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Match Details

Ireland versus Netherlands, fifth Match, Oman Quadrangular Series 2019

February seventeenth 2019

Al Amerat Cricket Ground Oman Cricket, Al Amarat, Oman


Al Amerat Cricket Ground in Oman facilitated its first ever T20I prior in the year. In the four diversions played here, three groups have won batting second. Henceforth, business as usual can be normal in the last period of the quadrangular T20I arrangement. Additionally, the normal first innings score here is about 164,so it ought to be a high scoring occasion.


It is the last day of the quadrangular arrangement and the two groups get an opportunity of completing at the best. Truth be told, three groups are still in conflict with just the hosts Oman wiped out.

Netherlands have won both their diversions up until now and are in an extremely decent position to seal the best spot and the arrangement. In the two diversions, they pursued down around standard scores.

The best request got the main part of the keeps running in both the diversions and is looking in great touch. A success will enable them to secure the arrangement. Be that as it may, a shortfall may likewise do it however it'll all come down to the net run rate and the aftereffect of the Scotland-Oman amusement.

Ireland won the main diversion before they were beaten by Scotland. In spite of scoring 180, the bowlers neglected to safeguard the score. This misfortune implies that the last round of the arrangement turns into an unquestionable requirement win for them and they likewise need to trust they beat Netherlands by a better than average edge and expectation Scotland lose to Oman.

Straight on

Complete Matches – 8

Ireland – 2 (25%)

Netherlands – 5 (62.5%)

No Result – 1 (12.5%)

Structure (latest to most seasoned)

Ireland – L W L

Netherlands – W NR W L

Last match's Playing XI and conceivable changes


Paul Stirling (c), Kevin O Brien, Andrew Balbirnie, Lorcan Tucker, Simi Singh, Shane Getkate, Stuart Poynter (wk), Boyd Rankin, George Dockrell, Joshua Little, Peter Chase


Stephan Myburgh, Tobias Visee, Ryan ten Doeschate, Sikander Zulfiqar, Paul van Meekeren, Ben Cooper, Pieter Seelaar (c), Scott Edwards (wk), Fred Klaassen, Shane Snater, Roelof van der Merwe

The two groups may adhere to a similar XI.

My fantasy XI


Scott Edwards hasn't been required with the bat in this arrangement. Be that as it may, he has a decent T20 record. Actually, he made his T20 debut simply a year ago in June and have a strike-rate more than 150.

Elective: Stuart Poynter


Ben Cooper was superb in the last amusement as he guided Netherlands home with a strong 34-ball 50, which included five fours and a six.

Stephan Myburgh has got begins in the two amusements now and will need to change over them into a major one.

Tobias Visee has driven the Netherlands batting from the front. He has scored 115 keeps running in two innings and looks hungry for additional.

Paul Stirling has been Ireland's best batsman. He's struck a few great half-hundreds of years and has driven the group by model.

Choices: Shane Getkate, Andrew Balbirnie


Ryan ten Doeschate has stayed unbeaten in both the diversions up until this point. He has looked great in the center. He hasn't bowled much however in the main over he moved his arm over, he grabbed a wicket.

With three wickets, Simi Singh is at present the third most noteworthy wicket-taker in the arrangement.

In the mean time, Kevin O'Brien crushed a strong 65 in the last amusement and will need to proceed with that structure and help Ireland win this last diversion.

Elective: Roelof van der Merwe


Fred Klaassen has grabbed three wickets in two recreations in this arrangement. The left-arm pacer who takes the new-ball will look proceed with his great run.

Diminish Chase and George Dockrell have been costly however have gotten wickets normally. Henceforth, they will be a key piece of Ireland's set-up for the following diversion.

Elective: van der Gugten

Chief and Vice-commander: Kevin O'Brien and Paul Stirling

Player to keep an eye out for: Paul Stirling

The Ireland captain has been in phenomenal touch in the arrangement. He's as of now had scores of 71 against Oman and 56 against Scotland. Consequently, he will look proceed with his great structure and he is certainly one player to keep an eye out for.

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