The second one-day international (ODI) between ZIM and NED will be played in Harare on March 23. The hosts hope to keep the series alive. The Netherlands took a 1-0 series lead after winning the first ODI by three wickets. The African nation must win this game at home.
In the first ODI, Zimbabwe scored 249 batting first, with wicketkeeper-batsman Clive Madande leading the way with 74 batting seventh. Craig Ervine, the captain, and senior player Sikandar Raza returned to the team, but they only made a small contribution with the bat.
Teja Nidamanuru scored an unbeaten 110 to lead the Netherlands home in the chase in the penultimate delivery of their innings. Shariz Ahmad (30) and Colin Ackermann (50) were the other main players in the chase. The Netherlands is putting in a lot of effort to qualify for the 50-over World Cup in India, which begins on October 5.
The last will be played on November 19 according to reports. In order to directly qualify for the ODI World Cup, this ZIM vs. NED ODI series is part of the ICC ODI Super League. The top eight teams, including India, who will serve as hosts, will compete in a 13-team tournament for direct qualification.
From June 18 to July 9, Zimbabwe will host the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2023, which will select the final two teams for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 in India. Because they are not eligible for direct qualification, Zimbabwe and Netherlands will compete for the right to participate.
This series gets you ready for the same thing. South Africa and West Indies are also participating in a World Cup qualification series with these two teams. After the current series against the Windies, the Proteas will play a final ODI series against the Netherlands to try to qualify directly.
South Africa is ranked number nine, and the teams in the bottom two spots are Zimbabwe and the Netherlands. Sri Lanka and the West Indies are placed above and below them.
|Mar 21, Tue||1st ODI||Zimbabwe vs Netherlands||Harare||1.00 PM|
|Mar 23, Thu||2nd ODI||Zimbabwe vs Netherlands||Harare||12:45 PM|
|Mar 25, Thu||3rd ODI||Zimbabwe vs Netherlands||Harare||12:45 PM|
The rights to live stream the matches in the series between Zimbabwe and the Netherlands in India are owned by FanCode. To watch the three One Day Internationals live, fans will need to purchase a 49 subscription. Fans who subscribe to FanCode on a monthly or yearly basis can watch the series.
The Fancode app and website let Indian viewers watch the series live. Fans in Zimbabwe, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom will be able to watch the match on ICC.TV, just like they can anywhere else in the world.
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