T20 England VS Netherlands: Match Preview, Where to Watch, Live Streaming Information, Prediction, TV Info



England will play against the Netherlands in 29th Match to be held on Monday at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong.

The match will start at 9:30am GMT.

Where to Watch Live:

Following TV channels in respective countries will show the match live:

England – Sky Sports2

Netherlands – Eurosport

Bangladesh – Bangladesh TV, Gazi , Maasranga;
Pakistan – Ten Sports; PTV Sports;

India – Star Sports 2; Star Sports 3, Star Sports HD1
Afghanistan – Lemar TV;
Sri Lanka – CSN;
UAE – OSN Sports Cricket;
Africa – Supersports 2;

Online Live Streaming Information:

In Pakistan, click HERE / HERE.
In the US cricket fans watch it HERE.
In the UK, visitors can click HERE
In the Middle East, click HERE
In South Africa, Africa, click HERE
In Australia, click HERE
In Latin America HERE
In Europe, click HERE
In Sri Lanka, click HERE
In Canada, visit website HERE.

For LIVE SCORE, visit ESPNCricinfo.com.


In a last ditch effort to return home with some consolation, both England and the Netherlands will strive to win the match on Monday.

More than Netherlands, it would be the England team is more worried about their performance in the entire tournament this year.

In the past, Netherlands won against England in 2009 at Lord’s led by Tom de Grooth’s 49 chasing down 163. However, it is unlikely on Monday that the Netherlands would redo the feat.

Ashley Giles, England’s stand-in coach tipped to get full-time, said: “I made it very clear as we left the ground after the South Africa game
that we must prepare for the Netherlands as we would have if we’d beaten
South Africa.”

On the Netherlands match, he was equally rhetoric. “It’s a World Cup (World T20) game, playing for England and we need to win the match. Whether we’re in the competition or out of it winning games of cricket is important,” he said.

Netherlands will experience the conditions in the afternoon game. It has to shine its skills like disciplined bowling and direction-based batting.

Some Interesting Facts:

— Netherlands defeated England by four wickets in the ICC World Twenty20 2009.

— Both England and the Netherlands are out of semifinal spot in the ICC World Twenty20 2014.

— Both teams want to sign off on a positive note.

— The Netherlands’ Ravi Bopara has averaged 46.5 in T20Is since 2013.

— England has won two of its nine T20Is this year.

— Tom Cooper has scored 223 runs in six innings in the tournament, at an
average of 74.3 and strike rate of 145.8.

— Alex Hales needs 56 runs to become the third player after Kevin Pietersen and Eoin Morgan to score 1,000 T20I runs for England.

— Pieter Seelaar needs two wickets to become the third player after Ahsan Malik and Mudassar Bukhari to take 25 T20I wickets for The Netherlands.

Prediction: England may win as the Netherlands is still warming up to a big win.


England: Stuart Broad (capt), Michael Lumb, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Moeen Ali, Ian Bell, Ravi Bopara, Jos Buttler, Alex Hales, Luke Wright, Chris Woakes, Chris Jordan, Tim Bresnan, Jade Dernbach, James Tredwell, Stephen
Parry, Craig Kieswetter.

Netherlands: Peter Borren (capt), Wesley Barresi (wk), Mudassar Bukhari, Ben Cooper, Tom Cooper, Tom Heggelman, Ahsan Malik, Vivian Kingma, Stephan Myburgh, Michael Rippon, Pieter Seelaar, Michael Swart, Eric
Szwarczynski, Logan van Beek, Timm van der Gugten.

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