All The Details Required For Netherland Vs Ireland: Fixtures, Squad And Stream Details

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Netherlands vs Ireland ODI series 2021: Fixtures, squad, streaming details

Netherland will play their first game in the tournament, nearly a year after its inauguration in 2020 with the series against Ireland. The Netherlands has had a decent warm-up against Scotland in late May. They are the 13th member of the ICC’s Cricket World Cup Super League. Netherlands vs Ireland ODI series 2021.

The Netherlands is set to play three-match series against Scotland starting from 2nd June to 7th June. The Netherlands vs Scotland surely looks like close combat. Netherlands vs Ireland 1st ODI will be played at Sportpark Maarschalkerweerd

 

Here are the details for all ODIs:

1st ODI – June 2, 2:00 PM IST (10:30 AM Local Time)

2nd ODI – June 4, 2:00 PM IST (10:30 AM Local Time)

3rd ODI – June 7, 2:00 PM IST (10:30 AM Local Time)

 

Live Streaming Of Netherlands Vs Ireland 1st ODI

FanCode had acquired up the live streaming rights of the two Netherlands vs Scotland ODIs in India after an agreement with Cricket Netherlands. Fans will only have to buy a pay ₹15 to watch the first ODI of this series. There is a special discounted rate if fans wish to buy the pass for the entire series, they will have to pay only a fee of ₹29. The original price of the pass for the three ODIs is ₹60.

 

Netherlands vs Ireland Series Squads

Netherlands Squad: Pieter Seelaar (captain), Scott Edward, Max O’Dowd, Stephan Myburgh, Ben Cooper, Bas de Leede, Timm van der Gugten, Logan van Beek, Fred Klaassen, Philippe Boissevain, Vivian Kingma, Brandon Glover, Tobias Visée, Musa Nadeem Ahmad, Saqib Zulfiqar

Ireland Squad: Andrew Balbirnie (captain), Mark Adair, Gareth Delany, George Dockrell, Josh Little, Andrew McBrine, Graeme McCarter, Barry McCarthy, Kevin O’Brien, William Porterfield, Simi Singh, Paul Stirling, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker, Craig Young.

Netherland’s debut series in the CWC Super League will be the most important they will play. Netherland is further lined up with big guns for higher-profile series against the likes of Pakistan, England, South Africa, and New Zealand. 3 matches against old rivals Ireland are far more likely to decide their first ambition of avoiding a last-place finish.

 

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