India V/S Netherlands T20 World Cup Match 2022 Overview

India V/S Netherlands T20 World Cup Match 2022:- It will be Team India’s second T20 World Cup match against the Netherlands on October 27. The game will take place at the world-famous Sydney Cricket Ground. For the first time in T20I history, India and Netherlands will face off. 

India V/S Netherlands T20 World Cup Match 2022 Overview

After their thrilling win over arch-rival Pakistan on October 23, India will now play the Netherlands in their second T20 World Cup match on October 27. Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) will host the game, and the weather is expected to be normal. After winning against Pakistan by a narrow margin in a last-ball thriller, Rohit Sharma’s Indian team is confident heading into this match.

Indian bowlers performed well without Jasprit Bumrah and maintained India’s advantage during a high-stakes match. In the first game, Virat Kohli’s performance stood out as the most significant takeaway for the Indian team. Although the star-studded Indian team may think this game is a walk in the park, the former champions are not to be underestimated.

They intend to pick up two valuable points while maintaining a healthy net run rate. The Netherlands, however, defeated the UAE and Namibia to advance to the Super 12. In a match played on October 24, Bangladesh defeated the Dutch by just nine runs. It was the Netherlands’ performance, which kept their opponents to a middling score and nearly exceeded the total, that made the headlines.

When the Scott Edwards-led group faces the formidable Indians on October 27, they will look to perform at their best. It is worth mentioning here that India and Netherlands have never played each other in a T20I match.

Weather & Pitch Reports

Weather in Sydney is expected to be pleasant, and there will be no chance of rain disrupting the game. The ideal temperature for the evening will be around 18 degrees Celsius, with temperatures remaining in the lower range. It is expected to be humid, with a relative humidity of 60%, and cloud cover is possible to a 10% degree.

According to the ESPN report, the pitch will favor batters, so runs may come in a flurry. As the game progresses, it is likely that the pitch will open up and benefit the team starting batting later.

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