England’s Phil Salt
Appearing nationwide coach Ryan Prepare dinner has introduced his choice for the three World Cup qualifying matches towards reigning world champion England on 17, 19 and 22 June. Essentially the most notable identify is Tom Cooper, who performed his final worldwide match for the Dutch nationwide staff in 2016. Shane Snater, knowledgeable at Essex, and Tim Pringle have additionally been added to the squad.
The 35-year-old right-handed batsman Cooper has targeted primarily on enjoying as knowledgeable in Australia, West Indies and England. He has a powerful observe file: 976 One Day Worldwide runs with a batting common of 48.8, 404 T20i runs (28.85, strike fee 132.0), 6,533 First Class runs (34.93) and 5,501 Record A runs (41.08). Earlier this yr he performed within the Australian Large Bash for Brisbane Warmth.
With a younger squad, the Netherlands is constructing on the matches that have been not too long ago performed towards the West Indies. England has opted for an skilled squad which on common is 30 years outdated.
Captain Pieter Seelaar: “After a really aggressive collection towards the West Indies, we tackle the reigning world champions England, taking numerous positives from the matches towards the West Indies into the upcoming Sequence. In saying that, there are additionally areas we have to enhance with the intention to be as aggressive towards England.”
Excessive Efficiency Supervisor Roland Lefebvre: “We’re more than happy with the arrival of Tom Cooper, who brings with him an enormous quantity of expertise. Lately, some vital gamers of the Dutch nationwide staff have stopped (Ryan ten Doeschate, Stephan Myburgh and Ben Cooper, ed.). The provision of Dutch gamers employed by English counties can be restricted. The information and expertise, but additionally the mentoring function that Tom could have throughout the younger Dutch nationwide staff, is of nice worth. Tom is on the market for the remainder of the worldwide fixtures.”
That schedule offers for 3 extra World Cup qualifying matches towards Pakistan this summer season and two T20s towards New Zealand, each in August.
The Dutch choice will nonetheless be diminished from the present eighteen to fifteen gamers. A newcomer to the squad is 19-year-old Tim Pringle. The left arm spinner is the son of Chris Pringle, who performed within the Netherlands within the ‘90s and likewise performed for the New Zealand nationwide staff on the time.
Netherlands squad: Pieter Seelaar (captain), Scott Edwards (wicketkeeper), Musa Ahmad, Shariz Ahmad, Logan van Beek, Philippe Boissevain, Tom Cooper, Aryan Dutt, Clayton Floyd, Vivian Kingma, Fred Klaassen, Ryan Klein, Bas de Leede, Teja Nidamanuru, Max O’Dowd, Tim Pringle, Vikramjit Singh, Shane Snater
England squad: Eoin Morgan (captain), Moeen Ali , Jos Buttler , Brydon Carse , Sam Curran , Liam Livingstone, Dawid Malan, David Payne, Adil Rashid, Jason Roy, Phil Salt, Reece Topley,, David Willey, Luke Wooden
The matches on this ‘Sportsbuzz.com Summer season of Cricket’ within the Netherlands happen throughout the framework of the ICC Tremendous League, which affords a view of the ICC Cricket World Cup that will probably be held in India on the finish of 2023. The Netherlands certified for the Tremendous League in 2017.
ODI historical past: win for England
In cricket historical past, there have been three World Cup encounters by which the Netherlands at all times had probabilities. In 1996 (in Peshawar) England made 279 runs for the lack of 4 wickets (Hick 104*, Thorpe 89). With 230-6 the Netherlands got here nearer than the English would have hoped (Van Noortwijk 64, Zuiderent 54).
In 2003 – throughout the World Cup in South Africa – the Netherlands made solely 142 runs in 50 overs (Tim de Leede 58*, Anderson 4-25). England made that for 4 wickets (Knight and Vaughan each 51, Van Bunge 3-16). A salient element is that Anderson remains to be enjoying Check Cricket and Tim de Leede’s son, Bas, is now within the Dutch squad.
The World Cup match in Nagpur in 2011 may have resulted in a Dutch victory. The Netherlands made at least 292-6 (Ten Doeschate 119, Swann 2-35). But England handed that monster rating on the final minute (Strauss 88, Trott 62).
Twenty20: two wins for the Dutch
Within the shorter sport format Twenty20, the Netherlands managed to win twice towards England. In 2009, England made 162-5 (Wright 71) at Lord’s in London. The lads in Orange (De Grooth 49, Anderson 3 23) defeated England on the final ball of the match because of an overthrow.
In 2014, the Netherlands didn’t appear to have scored sufficient runs in Chattogram (Bangladesh) with 133-5 (Barresi 48, Broad 3-24). Nevertheless, Logan van Beek (3-9) and Mudasser Bukhari (3-12) handed England (88 all out) a historic defeat.
• Friday 17 June, 11:00 AM 1st ODI (CWCSL) Netherlands v England VRA Amstelveen
• Sunday 19 June, 11:00 AM 2nd ODI (CWCSL) Netherlands v England VRA Amstelveen
• Wednesday 22 June, 11:00 AM third ODI (CWCSL) Netherlands v England VRA Amstelveen
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