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The preparations for the World T20 Qualifiers didn't start as per the plan for both Ireland and Netherlands as the first T20I of the trilateral series was washed abandoned without a ball bowled due to relentless rain. This series was never meant to be played and is scheduled only because the Euro T20 Slam was canceled at the last match. Now that the series is being played, we have Netherlands and Scotland taking on each other in the second match of this very short series being played on 16th September at the Village, Dublin.
While Scotland have played plenty of white-ball cricket this year, their participation in T20s has been way too little. They haven't featured in the shortest version of the game since the quadrangular series they played in Oman back in February this year.
However, they have a few players who have played T20 leagues across the globe and Scotland are certainly going to benefit from that. The likes of Calum MacLeod, George Munsey, and Richie Berrington have all done exceedingly well and will be the mainstays of this Scottish lineup.
Recently Scotland suffered an unexpected defeat at the hands of Oman in a fifty-over game, but they quickly shrugged that off and went on to win their remaining fixtures of the series. The management will be delighted looking at the development of Hamza Tahir and Mark Watt in the series. On paper, Scotland appear to be the strongest of the three sides in the tournament and will not be easy to get past in the upcoming fixture as well.
Kyle Coetzer, George Munsey, Calum MacLeod, Richie Berrington, Craig Wallace, Michael Leask, Ollie Hairs, MRJ Watt, Alasdair Evans, Safyaan Sharif, Adrian Neill.
Out of the three teams, the Netherlands have had the luxury of playing the most number of T20s this, and they'll be looking to take this experience as well as the confidence into the upcoming matches and in the World T20 Qualifiers.
They did pretty well in the two T20s they played against Zimbabwe as they stretched Zimbabwe hard and eventually managed a 1-1 draw in the series. The absence of Ryan ten Doeschate, Roelof van der Merwe, and Colin Ackermann could be a telling factor in this series. With Stephan Myburgh, Roelof van der Merwe, and Wesley Barresi absent from their lineup, the onus will be on the likes of Paul van Meekeren and Fred Klaassen to deal the damage with the ball.
As have the other two teams, Netherlands, too, have included a couple of new faces in their squad, and we may get to see them in action in the upcoming fixture. This team is not the full strength Dutch side that is competing in the series, but they still have plenty of firepower when it comes to the shortest format of the game. They will undoubtedly be the team to beat once the likes of Ryan ten Doeschate, Roelof van der Merwe, and Colin Ackermann makes it back to the squad, they will not be walkovers in the current series as well.
Tobias Visee, Max O'Dowd, Bas de Leede, Ben Cooper, Tonny Staal, Scott Edwards, Pieter Seelaar, Shane Snater, Clayton Floyd, Fred Klaassen, Paul Van Meekeren.
Check out the Dream11 fantasy lineup of the second T20I, between Netherlands and Scotland, of the Ireland triangular series.
With the first T20I of the series washed out, the importance of this match has grown significantly, at least for the Netherlands. This six-match series is a short one and both the sides will be looking to get the combination right going into the World T20 Qualifiers, which are to be played next month. Having said that, coming out on top in this series would be a true confidence booster for any side. Comparing man-to-man, it's hard to separate the two sides. However, Scotland are playing with their full strength side and have players with plenty of experience of playing the shortest version of the game. They also happen to offer a decent return on money with the odds of 1.8. For those reasons, betting on Scotland would be the way to go in this upcoming fixture.
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