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Bangladesh vs Netherlands Match Prediction & Betting Tips

23 Oct 2022
Cricket Betting Prediction

It’s already been a phenomenal tournament and we’ve barely started - we’re ready again with some Bangladesh vs Netherlands betting tips! Can we pick some more winners for you? 

The action gets underway from 9.30 am IST from the Blundstone Arena in Hobart - looking for a cricket betting site with the best odds and betting platform? Check out our match preview below to see what’s on offer!


Bangladesh vs Netherlands Betting Tips - Bangladesh to win 

It’s hard to see any way in which the Tigers don’t beat the Netherlands here - they’ve had the rest, good preparation, and boast a better side on paper. That’s why we’re recommending a wager on the former as part of our Bangladesh vs Netherlands betting tips. 

The Netherlands scraped through to the Super 12s thanks to a shock defeat of Namibia by the UAE - if the result was different, they would not be here. They have struggled for fluidity and they’d be happy with registering any points in the Super 12 stage. 

There is some pride to salvage for an ever-improving Bangladesh side too - last year, they didn’t win a game at the Twenty20 World Cup. They won’t have a better opportunity to put that right than against an inferior Netherlands side. 

At 1.32 - they are big enough a price to warrant an interest bet! If you’d rather your free cricket betting tips to pack a bit more punch, check out our full match preview below/ .


Best Bet: Das Liton top Bangladesh Batsman

He’s exactly the profile of batsman that Bangladesh will need to fire if they are to go far in this tournament. He’s having an impressive 2022 so far - averaging 29.27 at a strike rate of 139.46. 

He was in good form in the recent tri-series against Pakistan - one of the few bright sparks of a disappointing result. 

He could be a good bet at odds of 3.85 to take advantage of a weak and inexperienced Netherlands bowling attack. 


Can Bangladesh Salvage Some Pride After the T20 World Cup Debacle?

The mission is clear for the Tigers - to register at least one victory and go one better than last year. Despite being the favourites, skipper Shakib Al Hasan is not taking anything for granted. 

He told reporters ahead of the match: “We will prepare for every game in the same way. Whether we are playing against Netherlands, South Africa, Zimbabwe, India or Pakistan, we will think and prepare properly against each of these teams. Netherlands were expected to play at this stage.”

There are no new injury headaches for team management to consider. 

Player to Watch: Ebadot Hossain

The young pacer bagged six wickets in a phenomenal win over New Zealand earlier in the year and has taken 27 wickets in all formats for his country - the second-highest behind Shoriful Islam. 

The fast pitches and bowling-friendly conditions early in this tournament could help the pacer get his tournament off to a flyer! 

You can back him at odds of 5.7 to finish the top bowler for Bangladesh. 

Predicted Playing XI

Soumya Sarkar, Litton Das, Shakib Al Hasan, Afif Hossain, Yasir Ali, Nurul Hasan (wk), Mosaddek Hossain, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, Hasan Mahmud

The Netherlands Engage In Fighting Talk!

There have been some strong words of encouragement from skipper Tom Cooper in the build-up to this clash, claiming a win for his charges over the Tigers would no longer be considered an upset. 

He told reporters at the pre-match conference: “There are some strong sides in the Super 12s stage, but we like our chances [against Bangladesh and Zimbabwe]. "We've come off a few competitive games, and Bangladesh are just starting out. They have had a [warm-up] game washed out, and just one practice game. We will hit the ground running. We have got close against these guys in the past. I don't see any reason that we can't knock them off tomorrow."

The Netherlands are expected to remain unchanged from their loss to Sri Lanka last time out. 

Player to Watch: Bas de Leede

The Netherlands all-rounder is enjoying quite a tournament. He’s taken seven wickets - the joint-second highest in the tournament so far and is contributing with the bat too! 

Were the Netherlands to pull off a shock victory, it’s likely de Leede would be at the heart of it. You can bet on him to finish top wicket-taker for his side at odds of 5.2.. 

Predicted Playing XI

Soumya Sarkar, Litton Das, Shakib Al Hasan, Afif Hossain, Yasir Ali, Nurul Hasan (wk), Mosaddek Hossain, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, Hasan Mahmud

Bangladesh vs Netherlands Head-to-Head

The Bangladesh vs Netherlands head to head record currently stands at 1-0 to the Tigers, who prevailed in an eight-run win in 2016. 

Rain Could Be A Factor

We are experiencing a wet and rainy start to the tournament down under, with some unseasonably unsettled conditions. Hobart has so far managed to dodge anything too serious, but light rain and cloud is forecast throughout Monday. 


This one can go to Bangladesh - they have the better side on paper and we weren’t blown away by the Netherlands in the qualifying round.

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