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Nepal versus Netherlands: Head-to-Head

Barring the fellow Asian Associate nations, Netherlands are among the few teams against whom Nepal have played the most, particularly in Twenty20 format.

Before earning the Twenty20 International status through the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh, Nepal had played against the Dutch twice both during the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifiers of 2012 and 2013.

Nepal had lost both the matches after they were restricted to 85 in 2012 and 110 in 2013 Qualifiers. The international journey between the two sides began in 2015 through at four-match Twenty20 bilateral series in Netherlands, which was ahead of the 2015 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier.

Since then Nepal and Netherlands have played against each other in six internationals with the European side having a 3-2 edge.

Overall, Netherlands have beaten Nepal in five out of the eight matches played. One match was washed out due to rain. Here is how the two teams fared in the internationals.

Nepal versus Netherlands Head-to-Head

Nepal tour of Netherlands — Nepal lost four-match T20I Series by 3-1

1st T20I – June 31, 2015

Netherlands: 134-5 in 20 overs (S Myburgh 67*; B Regmi 2-24)
Nepal: 116-7 in 20 overs (P Khadka 45*; A Malik 3-23
Netherlands won by 18 runs

2nd T20I – July 1, 2015

Netherlands: 172-4 in 20 overs (M Swart 76*, Ben Cooper 66; S Kami 2-21)
Nepal: 69 all out in 17.4 overs (S Vesawkar 18; M Rippon 3-11, Paul van Meekeren 2-8
Netherlands won by 103 runs

3rd T20I – July 2, 2015

Netherlands: 149-6 in 20 overs (S Myburgh 71*; K KC 2-24)
Nepal: 131-9 in 20 overs (P Khadka 36; A Malik 4-21)
Netherlands won by 18 runs

4th T20I – July 3, 2015

Netherlands: 139-7 in 20 overs (Roelf Van der Merwe 40*)
Nepal: 141-7 in 19.4 overs (P Khadka 54; A Malik 3-25)
Nepal won by 3 wickets

MCC Triangular series – July 29, 2018

Netherlands: 174-4 in 16.4 overs (Ryan Ten Doeschate 38, M Rippon 38*;
K KC 2-17)
Match by washed out by rain

Oman Pentangular Series- October 7, 2019

Netherlands: 133 all out in 19.3 overs (M O’Dowd 43; S Lamichhane 4-20, K KC 2-17)
Nepal: 134-6 in 19.5 overs (P Khadka 33, K KC 31)
Nepal won 4 wickets

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