October 24, 2022 2:13 AM
Alex Sarwar

Bangladesh vs Netherlands – Super 12 – Preview & Prediction | 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup

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When is Bangladesh vs Netherlands on and what time does it start? Bangladesh vs Netherlands will take place on Monday 24th October, 2022 – 05:00 (UK)

Where is Bangladesh vs Netherlands taking place? Bangladesh vs Netherlands will take place at Blundstone Arena in Hobart, Australia

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

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

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



  • Bangladesh begin their ‘Super 12’s’ campaign with a clean slate and hoping that they can finally conjure up a high-quality performance following a miserable run of form leading into the tournament.
  • As you would expect, veteran all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan will be vital to their hopes of success, but ultimately the lesser-known players among the Tigers’ squad need to step up themselves.


  • Netherlands eradicated the demons of last year’s T20 World Cup failings by reaching the ‘Super 12’ stage this time round, with wins over the UAE and Namibia enough for them to qualify as the 2nd-placed side in Group A.
  • This stage of the competition will pose a significant test to a Netherlands’ batting line-up that doesn’t look the strongest on paper, but opener Max O’Dowd’s 71 not out against Sri Lanka showed that he has the ability to score significantly against a high calibre of bowling.


Bangladesh are likely to be seen as favourites ahead of this encounter, but it’s hard to ignore just how poor their results have been across the past few months. Beaten by Zimbabwe, knocked out of the Asia Cup early on and failing to gain a single victory in a recent tri-series against New Zealand and Pakistan put into perspective just how bad it’s been for them over what is now an extended period of time. Netherlands meanwhile, are riding the crest of a wave despite losing their most recent T20 World Cup fixture against Sri Lanka. They have had the group stage to get to grips with the tournament and high-pressure situations that can occur, whilst Bangladesh have played (and lost) one warm-up match last Monday against Afghanistan. When taking this in account, backing Netherlands to upset the odds and overcome the Tigers looks a shrewd play.

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