NZ vs NED Match Officials ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

NZ vs NED Match Officials ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 details are discussed below. On October 9, New Zealand will face the Netherlands in their second game of the ODI World Cup 2023. The game will be played in Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.

Given that Kane Williamson will be absent for the second game as well, Tom Latham will serve as the team’s captain once more.

The Black Caps, who also missed the first game, received some solace in knowing that Lockie Ferguson and Tim Southee will be available for selection for the game against the Dutch. Williamson’s absence suggests that Will Young will have another opportunity to open with Devon Conway.

Conway and Rachin Ravindra’s hundreds helped New Zealand destroy England in the inaugural World Cup 2023 match, defeating the reigning champions by nine wickets.

However, although displaying some signs of tenacity in their opening game against Pakistan, the Netherlands lost by an 81-run margin. Their captain Scott Edwards’ performance is concerning because he hasn’t scored more than 30 runs in each of his last four one-day internationals.

New Zealand vs Netherlands Match Officials

New Zealand vs Netherlands Match Officials for ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 includes big names given below:

  • Andrew Pycroft (referee)
  • Rod Tucker, Paul Reiffel (on-field)
  • Joel Wilson (tv umpire)
  • Nitin Menon (4th umpire)
  • Ian Bishop, Simon Doull, Katey Martin, Dirk Nannes, Mark Nicholas, Mark Howard, Natalie Germanos and Mpumelelo Mbangwa (Commentators)

NZ vs NED Match Predictions 

Prediction for the CWC 2023 match between New Zealand and the Netherlands 

The outcome will probably favor New Zealand, who are on a roll after their impressive victory over England on Thursday.

Another factor that may work in the Latham-led team’s favor is the fact that they easily defeated Pakistan in a pregame match at the same Hyderabad location. 

New Zealand will be seeking for a strong win to significantly improve their Net Run Rate, while the Netherlands will need to perform particularly well to grab two important points.

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