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GROUP B | FINAL - MATCH 24 (ECC21.048) NETHERLANDS XI (NED XI) v AUSTRIA (AUT) 1500 GMT | 1700 CET | 2030 IST

NED XI Timeline: W W W W W W L W NR (Avg Score For 130, Avg Score Against 88) 

AUT Timeline: W W L W L W W W NR W (Avg Score For 121, Avg Score Against 111) 

 

NETHERLANDS XI (NED XI)

Captain: Sebastiaan Braat

Wicketkeeper: Asad Zulfiqar

Projected Top Order: Musa Nadeem Ahmad, Clayton Floyd, Boris Gorlee, Sebastiaan Braat

Projected Opening Bowlers: Vivian Kingma, Ryan Klein

Spin Options: Clayton Floyd, Julian de Mey

 

NETHERLANDS XI Key Players:

Sebastiaan Braat, skipper with six T20 international matches to his name. A dynamic, fast bowling all-rounder with vast experience facing top quality opposition. Hasn’t enjoyed much opportunity to impress with the bat, but has managed 111 runs in eight games at a SR of 241. Second highest wicket taker for NED XI picking up 10 wickets.

Boris Gorlee, young, up and coming talent, has represented the Dutch under-19 team, mustered an unbeaten 55 off 29 balls to bag his first man of the match award vs Romania. Second highest scorer for NED XI racking up 159 runs in seven innings.

Musa Nadeem Ahmad, star batsman, the left hander finally came good against Romania on Tuesday mustering an unbeaten 63 off 20 balls. He also picked up two wickets and plucked two outstanding catches. Has plundered a total of 149 runs including back-to-back fifties.

Clayton Floyd, talented all-rounder and canny left-arm spinner. Mustered 115 off just 35 balls vs Romania on Tuesday racking up an historic first ever T10 international hundred. His knock included 15 towering maximos. Top scorer in the tournament amassing 245 runs in seven innings and has taken NINE wickets.

Julian De Mey, slow left arm orthodox, highly effective in the middle overs, top wicket taker for NED XI scalping 12 wickets in eight games including a best return of 3-12.

Ryan Klein, right arm fast bowler, became only the second bowler to take a T10 international HAT-TRICK - scalping 3-14 vs Austria. Has taken a total of EIGHT wickets in seven games.



AUSTRIA (AUT)

Captain: Razmal Shigiwal

Wicketkeeper: Abrar Bilal

Projected Top Order: Iqbal Hossain, Zeeshan Goraya, Razmal Shigiwal, Abrar Bilal, Mirza Ahsan

Projected Opening Bowlers: Aqib Iqbal, Sahel Zadran

Spin Options: Sahel Zadran, Sahil Momin, Abdullah Akbarjan, Iqbal Hossain

 

AUSTRIA Key Players:

Abdullah Akbarjan, talented left-arm slow bowler with good pace variations, is generally very economical, scalped TWO HAT-TRICKS at FanCode ECS Austria Vienna. He is a handy batsman too. Leading wicket taker for AUT picking up 11 wickets.

Razmal Shigiwal, hard hitting batsman, started off with a bang plundering 96 runs in just 28 balls including 11 HUGE maximos against Romania. Second highest scorer for Austria mustering 215 runs in eight innings.

Iqbal Hossain, aggressive opening batsman, second highest scorer in the tournament, hammered 241 runs in seven innings including a blistering 64* off 29 balls vs HUN. Has bagged three man of the match awards.

Noor Khan, right arm medium pacer with plenty of ECS experience, joint second highest wicket taker for Austria scalping SIX wickets in nine overs. He is also a handy batsman.

Aqib Iqbal, young, energetic fast bowler, capable of swinging the ball in the air and off the deck, second highest wicket taker for AUT picking up SEVEN wickets with a best return of 3-4.

 

Deservedly, Netherlands XI progressed through to the final finishing ahead of Austria in the standings after the first qualifier was abandoned. Austria had to work hard for the win against Portugal in the second qualifier. The two best teams in the group have reached the final and both will be keen to take the extra point with them in the Championship Week.

 

Match Prediction: Netherlands XI (NED XI) to win comprehensively and make it 3-0 against Austria.

 

 

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