The Netherlands hosts Ireland in a three-match one-day series, with the first match taking place on Wednesday 2 June at the Marshall Kierkegaard in the Utrecht. In this article, we will write about the live broadcast of the first match and the details of the series. The Netherlands played their last ODI series against Scotland two weeks ago. The series ended 1-1 as both teams won one game each.
IrelandOn the other hand, I last played against the ODI series Afghanistan In January of this year. The latter won all three games of the series. Ireland and Dutch A recently played each other in a three-match ODI series, beating Ireland 2-1. The series falls under the ICC CWC Super League. It is important to know that both teams will then face tough competition in the league. Each win gives the team 10 points.
The series is played in a dynamic bubble environment. Because COVID-19 Infected, fans are not allowed to enter the stadium.
Netherlands vs Ireland 2021, first international match, when, where to watch, details live broadcast
In India: 2 p.m. (2 p.m.)
10:30 local time in the Netherlands
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Holland: Zigo Sports
United StatesWillow TV
South Africa: Excellent game
Australia: Fox Sports
United Kingdom: Ski Sports Cricket
First International Netherlands and Ireland teams 2021
Peter Seller (captain), Scott Edward, Max O’Dot, Stephen Mayberg, Ben Cooper, Boss de Light, Tim van der Cocton, Logan van Peek, Fred Klaasen, Philip Boiseven, Vivian Kingma, Brandon Glover, Tobias Vogue, Nadim Ahmed, Saqib Zulfikari
Andrew Palberney (Cupid), Mark Adair, Gareth Delaney, George Dogrill, Josh Little, Andrew McBrain, Graeme McCarter, Barry McCarthy, Kevin O’Brien, William Porterfield, Simi Singh, Paul Stern,
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