ICC World T20 Qualifier Stage 36th match of the league will be played today between Bermuda and Netherland. The match will be fought at Dubai International Stadium with a ground capacity of 25,000 peoples. Bermuda is a very low average team in the league until now. It can be a one-sided match today while Netherland is a very good team. No comparison between these two, If Bermuda is the land then Netherland is sky for them. Bermuda until now has not shown even an average performance in the league until now.
WHEN: Saturday, 26 October 2019
KICK-OFF TIME: 3:40 PM IST
VENUE: Dubai International Stadium
Have a look over TEAM SQUADs of NETHERLAND vs BERMUDA:
Max ODowd, Tobias Visee, Ben Cooper, Ryan ten Doeschate, Roelof van der Merwe, Pieter Seelaar, Scott Edwards, Timm van der Gugten, Paul van Meekeren, Brandon Glover, Shane Snater, Fred Klaassen, Antonius Staal, Philippe Boissevain
Dion Stovell, Oronde Bascome, Kamau Leverock, Terryn Fray/Deunte Darrell, Delray Rawlins, Janeiro Tucker, Onais Bascome, Rodney Trott (C), Alan Douglas, Sinclair Smith (WK), George O Brien, Malachi Jones, Derrick Brangman, Deunte Darrell/Terryn Fray, Macai Simmons, Charles Trott, Okera Bascome
Bermuda has played 5 matches till now and it’s quite shocking, they have not won even a single match. They are in the 7th position, the last position in the points table. They have nothing good whether it’s either bowling, batting or fielding. In the last match against SCO, they were bowling like playing with their kids. SCO hits 204 runs and BER made only 158 runs the highest score of Bermuda in the entire league.
On the other hand, NED has played 4 matches with 3 wins and 1 loss. They are on the 2nd position in the points table with 6 points. Before the last match, they had won all of the last three matches. But in the last match, the batsman of the team was looking lazy on the pitch and the first time team made a total of only 126 runs in this season. But the bowling is good, they take the match to 19 overs to complete their target.
From our point of view, NETHERLAND will be the winner today!