The Dutch national cricket team will take on West Indies in Amstelveen on Tuesday. The first match in what was billed as the best Dutch season of cricket to date.
three one day international matches in Pakistan
After the West Indies tour ends next Saturday, the VRA Cricket Ground in Amstelveen will host three One Day Internationals each in England in mid-June and Pakistan in August. Both the series will be part of the World Cup Super League.
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Willing to demonstrate intent and brand
Ahead of Tuesday’s match, captain Peter Sealer said the young Dutch team does not have a regular coach Ryan Campbell. who is recovering from a heart attack? But ready to showcase your intention and brand of cricket against some of the best teams in the world.
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“We have managed to spend the last few weeks together as a team and are confident this will provide the coziness and team unity needed to play high-quality cricket throughout the series,” Cook told Dutch News. Exposure Sealer understands that consequences may be secondary. Pointing to the bigger picture in focus: Exposure.
The series, part of the series, part of the World Cup Super League, is the route to the 50-over Cricket World Cup to held in India in 2023. This is the first time the West Indies have toured the Netherlands since 1991. Be ready to grab 30 crucial points of the Super League. Meanwhile, their Caribbean counterpart is in eighth place, winning just five games out of 15.
West Indies, a T20 powerhouse, has won the T20 World Cup twice, in 2012 and 2016, but are still in transition with their ODI set-up after losing their last two ODI series against India and Ireland. Sealer is confident that the Dutch can take advantage of the home conditions to turn things around.
Netherlands:- Peter Sealer (c), Scott Edwards (wk), Shariz Ahmed, Logan van Beek, Philip Boiseven, Aryan Dutt, Clayton Floyd, Fred Klaasen, Vivian Kingma, Ryan Klein, Bass de Lead, Moses Nadeem Ahmed, Teja Nidamanuru, Max O’Dowd, Vikram Singh, Tony Stahl
West Indies:- Nicholas Pooran (Captain), Shai Hope (VC), Nkrumah Bonner, Shamar Brooks, Keesey Carty, Akil Hossein, Alzarri Joseph, Brandon King, Sherman Lewis, Kyle Meyers, Anderson Phillip, Rovman Powell, Jaden Seals, Romario Shepherd, Hayden Walshow