Netherlands vs Nepal Highlights – 24 June 2023 – 14th Match CWC Qualifier

Paudel: “We were short in runs. We knew the wicket will be challenging in the morning. We applied ourselves but we couldn’t capitalise on the starts, including me. Having said that, you can’t expect your lower-middle order steps up everytime. (Short-ball tactic) We had a plan but we couldn’t execute. We need to learn and go back home and see how we can improve in that area.”

Edwards: (Commanding win?) This was the first hurdle for us. We played really well. We’ll look through this and move on to the West Indies game in a couple of days. (Van Beek and O’Dowd) Logan has been awesome for us through the tourmament. Our whole unit bowled well today. Maxi was… [inaudible.]. Our plan moving on will be similar to this. Our brand of cricket is working. We’ll come up with some plans. If we bring our best, we’ll do well on Monday.”

Max O’Dowd – the Player of the Match:

“Disappointed not scoring the hundred but for me I just want to contribute to match-winning knocks. 90 in a winning cause is enough. (Chasing small score….tentativeness can come?) If we look at last game, we didn’t get in our space, so today it was about being positive and taking spin on. It was to take it to them. I didn’t want to let the middle order to get in and the game get tricky. (Sweep shot) You’ve got to ask Scott Edwards, not me! I do sweeping lessons with him. For me, it is to get my head as close to the line. Scott taught me how to sweep for two months before this.”

Netherlands vs Nepal Highlights today, Saturday 24-6-2023. 14th Match, Group A, ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Qualifier, Takashinga Sports Club, Highfield, Harare.

Toss: Netherlands chose to field.
Netherlands team: Vikramjit Singh, Max O’Dowd, Wesley Barresi, Bas de Leede, Teja Nidamanuru, Scott Edwards (c)†, Logan van Beek, Clayton Floyd, Shariz Ahmad, Aryan Dutt, Ryan Klein.
Nepal team: Kushal Bhurtel, Aasif Sheikh †, Bhim Sharki, Aarif Sheikh, Rohit Paudel (c), Kushal Malla, Dipendra Singh Airee, Gulsan Jha, Sandeep Lamichhane, Karan KC, Lalit Rajbanshi.

Head to Head In ODI’s: 2
Netherlands Won: 1
Nepal Won: 1
Netherlands ODI Rankings: 17th
Nepal ODI Rankings: 14th

Form guide
(last five completed ODI’s, most recent first)
Netherlands WLLLW
Nepal LWLWW

Match Timings: 7:00 AM GMT | 9:00 AM Local
Umpires – Ahmed Shah Pakteen, Asif Yaqoob
TV Umpire – Martin Saggers
Match Referee – Graeme Labrooy
Reserve Umpire – Jayaraman Madanagopal
Match number – ODI no. 4598

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