October 08, 2023 10:47 PM
Rob Esteva

New Zealand vs Netherlands Preview & Prediction | 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup | Group Stage

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When is New Zealand vs Netherlands on and what time does it start? New Zealand vs Netherlands will take place on Monday 9th October, 2023 – 09:30 (UK)

Where is New Zealand vs Netherlands taking place? New Zealand vs Netherlands will take place at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad, India

Where can I get tickets for New Zealand vs Netherlands? Click here for the latest ticket information for New Zealand vs Netherlands

What channel is New Zealand vs Netherlands on in the UK? New Zealand vs Netherlands will be televised live on Sky Sports

Where can I stream New Zealand vs Netherlands in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream New Zealand vs Netherlands live on Sky Go



Coach: Gary Stead

Captain: Tom Latham

  • New Zealand got their 2023 Cricket World Cup campaign off to a sensational start as they hammered defending champions England by nine wickets as they chased down 282/9 with relative ease in just 36.2 overs.
  • The bowling unit was outstanding despite being under strength while the batting of Conway and Ravindra was immense as both smashed unbeaten tons so there is every chance they go unchanged even if Kane Williamson is deemed fit again. Tim Southee and Lockie Ferguson are both close to a return and they may feature if Gary Stead decides to throw one or both of them back in.


Coach: Ryan Cook

Captain: Scott Edwards

  • The Netherlands put up a valiant in their opening match against Pakistan despite ultimately losing by 81 runs and while their bowling unit did well to restrict their opponents, their batting lacks the quality and depth against elite bowling attacks.
  • They have an injury concern over Logan van Beek so he could well miss out which would weaken them but otherwise they will likely go unchanged as they look to improve and test themselves against another quality outfit.


It is hard to make a case for the Netherlands against the top sides and they will be up against it once again here. Even if they have the occasional spell that goes their way, they ultimately lack the quality in this format to get a victory. New Zealand will be fired up to follow up on their outstanding opening win against England and even if complacency does creep in, or they are not quite at their best, they should still have more than enough in reserve to canter past the Dutch.

BETTING TIP: New Zealand to win

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