October 27, 2022 11:37 PM
Alex Sarwar

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

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When is Netherlands vs Pakistan on and what time does it start? Netherlands vs Pakistan will take place on Sunday 30th October, 2022 – 07:00 (UK)

Where is Netherlands vs Pakistan taking place? Netherlands vs Pakistan will take place at Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia

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

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

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



  • As widely expected, Netherlands were comprehensively beaten by India in their second ‘Super 12’s’ fixtures, with 56 runs the difference between the two nations as Netherlands got nowhere near their victory target of 180.
  • If Netherlands are to emerge victorious in this one, much you feel will depend on all-rounder Bas de Leede, who is currently enjoying a real breakthrough tournament on the world stage having taken nine wickets across the competition so far.


  • Pakistan’s T20 World Cup hopes are now officially hanging by a thread after once again coming out the wrong end of an absolute thriller, this time losing by one-run to Zimbabwe to remain pointless in their ‘Super 12’s group’.
  • Following consecutive defeats, Pakistan may look to make changes in a bid to try and turn things around but ultimately, it’s the mental aspect of their performances that need looking at, specifically the ability to close out games when the pressure is on.


Pakistan’s lack of ruthlessness when it really counts has cost them big time so far in Australia and they cannot allow themselves to be in a similar situation this time round. With the greatest respect, Netherlands are arguably the weakest side left in the tournament and whilst they have done excellently to reach the ‘Super 12’s’ stage, Pakistan contain superior individual players with both bat and ball. Babar Azam’s men should not be letting this match go the distance and should instead be winning it comprehensively. Failure to do so would see them understandably hammered by their supporters both back home and in the ground.

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