Zimbabwe will host a three-match ODI series against the Netherlands to finish their ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League and host a qualifier. Prepare.
3 Match ODI Between Zimbabwe and Netherlands
Zimbabwe will benefit from the return of important players Alexander Raza and Ryan Burl, as well as the selection of Blessing Mujarbani, Sean Williams, and Tendai Chatara, who missed the last Test series against the West Indies due to injuries.
The Netherlands boasts a formidable lineup, but 19-year-old Aryan Dutt has replaced all-rounder Bass de Liede due to a heel injury.
Both countries will utilize this ODI series to prepare for the Cricket World Cup qualifier in Zimbabwe on 21, 23, and 25 March, where ICC Men’s Cricket will compete for the remaining two World Cup 2023 spots.
Zimbabwe will host all the 3 matches
Zimbabwe and the Netherlands share the bottom two Super League rankings and already dispute eight direct qualification berths for the Cricket World Cup later this year. lack
In the week after their Zimbabwe tour, the Netherlands will play two ODIs in South Africa, gaining further format and situational experience. The two series complete 24 Dutch Super League fixtures.
Since the Netherlands hosted Zimbabwe in 2019 and scored over 200 in both matches, this is only the second time sides have met in the ODI series.
Zimbabwe won their only previous ODI when Andy Fowler scored 71 to win the 2003 Cricket World Cup.
Head coach Ryan Cook will miss the Zimbabwe and South Africa trips due to his IPL employment as fielding coach for Sunrisers Hyderabad. Netherlands temporary coach Ryan van Neeckerk.