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|Bas de Leede||2||13||0||0||15.38|
|RE Van Der Merwe||9.0||0||57||1||6.33|
|Paul Van Meekeren||9.0||1||30||2||3.33|
With World Cup going ahead in full steam, we have two teams who missed out to get a spot in the marquee event locking horns with each other in two ODIs followed by the same number of T20Is beginning on 19th June. Considering that both the matches will count towards the calculation of ICC ODI Rankings, both the sides will be pretty serious about getting wins and proving superiority over the other. The series will start at Salland Cricket Club with the next ODI scheduled to be played here as well. The first and second T20I matches will be played at VOC Cricket Club, Rotterdam on 23rd and 25th June respectively. Quite surprisingly, the two countries didn't meet each other in the World Cup Qualifiers which were played last year. The last time they locked horns in an ODI encounter was way back in 2014.
With a focus on getting their combination right for the qualifiers and other important matches coming in the coming years and improving the bench strength, Netherlands have included Bas de Leede and Vivian Kingma in their 13-member squad for the upcoming series.
As compared to their last international encounter, back in February this year, Netherlands have plenty of changes. Ryan ten Doeschate is out playing county cricket in England. Also, Timm van der Gugden is one prominent name missing from this squad.
Netherlands couldn't do much damage in their quadrangular series played in February but still did reasonably well. They won two important matches in the series wherein the net run-rate decided the finalists of the series.
All in all, Netherlands look a fairly settled unit despite the presence of some new names. The likes of Roelof van der Merwe, Paul van Meekeren, and Vivian Kingma are required to play an instrumental role for Netherlands to emerge on top in the upcoming series.
Bas de Leede, Pieter Seelaar, Scott Edwards, Wesley Barresi, Ben Cooper, VJ Kingma, Tobias Visee, RE Van Der Merwe, Max O'Dowd, Fred Klaassen, Paul Van Meekeren.
Zimbabwe were left heartbroken in their World Cup Qualifiers' campaign and haven't been in the midst of the action as much as they would have liked. This series is likely to play a vital role in getting things back on track with T20 World Cup coming up next year.
They last played a series against UAE a few weeks ago but had a long barren patch before that. They were pretty successful in that series, winning it 4-0, with a couple of matches going down to the wire.
As compared to their squad in that series, we will see the addition of Brendon Taylor and Hamilton Masakadza to the team, which is only going to strengthen their balance. Although they are coming off a rather one-sided win, the inexperience in their batting lineup as well and clearly apparent in their campaign against UAE. That, however, should be solved with Masakadza and Taylor join back.
With the likes of Kyle Jarvis, Tendai Chatara, Christopher Mpofu bearing the bowling responsibilities, they have a relatively settled and experienced bowling unit. The all-rounders in Craig Ervine, Sean Williams, and Sikandar Raza add to the depth in their batting lineup and varieties in the bowling unit. Considering the balance of their squad and the recent performances, of course, it won't be easy to get past this Zimbabwean side.
Hamilton Masakadza, Solomon Mire, Craig Ervine, BRM Taylor, Donald Tiripano, Tendai Chatara, Sikandar Raza, Ainsley Ndlovu, Peter Moor, Kyle Jarvis, Sean Williams.
Both Zimbabwe and Netherlands missed out on qualifying for the ongoing Cricket World Cup and will be looking to improve, get their combination going, before the qualifiers for the next World Cup. They both have played a fewer number of matches than they'd have ideally wanted to and will be keen to go out and face each other in this series. Netherlands are without Ryan ten Doeschante which robs them of some balance, but the home advantage should make up for it. Zimbabwe, on the other hand, will have the services of Hamilton Masakadza and Brendan Taylor which strengthens their lineup. They are certainly a better-balanced unit and are therefore firm favorites to win the opening encounter of the series.
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