Pakistan vs Netherlands head to head stats and records ODI 2023

The Pakistan vs Netherlands head to head record is a clean-sweep favouring the Men in Green.

Pakistan and the Netherlands faced each other for the first time in ODIs in 1996 and have locked horns against each other a total of six times in the format. Ahead of their upcoming clash, we dive deeper into some of these stats.

Pakistan are dominating the head to head record having won all the six matches against the Dutch. The two teams faced each other twice in World Cup as well with the last face-off happening in the 2003 mega event.

Matches played6
Pakistan won6
Netherlands won0
Tie0
No Result0

Pakistan vs Netherlands head to head team ODI records and stats

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The much-awaited ICC Cricket World Cup is underway and Pakistan will face the Netherlands in their opening match of the tournament.

Both teams are starting their campaign and will be looking to put up an impressive show. The match is set to take place on October 6 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad.

Pakistan have not had a great last month or so. They came into the Asia Cup on the back of a 3-0 win over Afghanistan in the ODI series. But everything went downhill since then for them as they failed to make it to the final of the Asia Cup.

Moreover, they conceded 340+ runs in both warm-up matches – against New Zealand and Australia.

Pakistan will have to be careful of the Netherlands who tend to punch above their weight. The Dutch performed exceptionally well in the qualifiers knocking the West Indies out of the competition.

Also, they have nothing to lose with not much expectations of them. Hence, expect the Men in Orange to come out hard and put pressure on Pakistan.

Pakistan are having a clear upper hand in ODI history over the Netherlands. But the latter side is looking confident having spent a lot of time in India in the lead-up to the competition and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Here’s a detailed look at how the two teams have fared in ODIs against each other:

DateWinnerWon byVenue
26/02/1996Pakistan8 wicketsLahore
21/09/2002Pakistan9 wicketsColombo
25/02/2003Pakistan97 runsPaarl
16/08/2022Pakistan16 runsRotterdam
18/08/2022Pakistan7 wicketsRotterdam
21/08/2022Pakistan9 runsRotterdam

Pakistan vs Netherlands head to head player stats (ODI)

Pakistan vs Netherlands head to head ODI Batting records

Most runs

Babar Azam enjoyed an exceptional in the ODI series against the Netherlands during the bilateral series played in 2022. Apart from him even Fakhar is in the list of most runs scored vs the Dutch. Can the duo go big yet again?

Player NameRuns
Babar Azam222
Tom Cooper193
Fakhar Zaman138
Saeed Anwar136
Vikramjit Singh116

Highest individual score

PlayerRuns
Fakhar Zaman (PAK)109
Babar Azam (PAK)91
Bass de Leede (NED)89
Saeed Anwar (PAK)83*
Babar Azam (PAK)74

Highest average (min. 100 runs scored)

PlayerAverage
Saeed Anwar (PAK)136
Agha Salman (PAK)101
Babar Azam (PAK)74
Tom Cooper (NED)64.33
Fakhar Zaman (PAK)46

Most centuries 

Player100s
Fakhar Zaman1

Most sixes

PlayerSixes
Shahid Afridi6
Tom Cooper4
Babar Azam3
Bass de Leede3
Saeed Anwar3

Pakistan vs Netherlands head to head ODI Bowling records

Most wickets

Naseem Shah is at the top of this list with 10 scalps to his name against the Netherlands. But he is not a part of the World Cup squad due to injury. Haris Rauf is the other bowler in the list, who will play the game, with six wickets. 

Player NameWickets
Naseem Shah10
Waqar Younis7
Haris Rauf6
Mohammad Wasim6
Vivian Kingma5

Best bowling figures 

Player NameFigures
Naseem Shah5-33
Waqar Younis4-26
Mohammad Wasim4-36
Haris Rauf3-16
Shahid Afridi3-18

Best bowling average (min. 5 wickets) 

Player NameAverage
Waqar Younis8.42
Naseem Shah11.10
Haris Rauf13.83
Vivian Kingma21.60
Mohammad Wasim22.16

ODI Wicket-keeping records 

Most dismissals (overall) 

Player NameDismissals
Rashid Latif7
Mohammad Rizwan3
Mohammad Haris2
Scott Edwards1
Jeroen Smits1

Most dismissals (single match)

Player NameDismissals
Rashid Latif3
Mohammad Rizwan3
Rashid Latif
Rashid Latif2
Mohammad Haris2

ODI Fielding records

Most catches (overall)

Player NameCatches
Rashid Latif6
Logan van Beek4
Tom Cooper3
Mohammad Rizwan3
Babar Azam2

Most catches (single match)

Player NameCatches
Rashid Latif3
Mohammad Rizwan3
Logan van Beek3
Rashid Latif2
Tom Cooper2

Individual ODI records

Most matches

Player NameMatches
Agha Salman3
Babar Azam3
Tom Cooper3
Bass de Leede3
Fakhar Zaman3

Pakistan vs Netherlands head to head: What happened in the last meeting?

Pakistan won the last ODI encounter against the Netherlands by a narrow margin of 9 runs on August 21, 2022, at the Schouten Zekerheid Stadion -HC Rotterdam in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Pakistan batted first and scored 206 runs in 49 overs, thanks to a half-century from Babar Azam (73). Naseem Shah was the pick of the Pakistani bowlers with 4 wickets.

The Netherlands chased the target valiantly and came close to winning, but they were eventually bowled out for 197 runs in 49 overs. Vikramjit Singh top-scored for the Netherlands with 50 runs.

Naseem Shah was named the Player of the Match for his outstanding bowling performance.

Match date: 21st August 2022

Venue: Rotterdam

Result: Pakistan won by 9 runs

PAK vs NED last match scorecard

Pakistan

BatsmanRunsOut
Abdullah Shafique2b Kingma
Fakhar Zaman26b van Beek
Babar Azam (c)91c & b Dutt
Agha Salman24c van Beek b Shariz Ahmad
Khushdil Shah2run out (Shariz Ahmad/Cooper)
Mohammad Haris †4c Cooper b de Leede
Mohammad Nawaz27c van Beek b de Leede
Mohammad Wasim11c †Edwards b de Leede
Naseem Shah3c van Beek b Kingma
Zahid Mahmood9run out (†Edwards/Kingma)
Shahnawaz Dahani0not out
Extras7
TOTAL206

Netherlands

BatsmanRunsOut
Vikramjit Singh50c †Mohammad Haris b Mohammad Wasim
Max O'Dowd3c Agha Salman b Naseem Shah
Musa Ahmad11b Naseem Shah
Bas de Leede5c †Mohammad Haris b Mohammad Wasim
Tom Cooper62c Fakhar Zaman b Mohammad Wasim
Scott Edwards (c) †6b Naseem Shah
Teja Nidamanuru24b Naseem Shah
Logan van Beek8c Mohammad Nawaz b Naseem Shah
Shariz Ahmad5run out (Mohammad Wasim/†Mohammad Haris)
Aryan Dutt5b Mohammad Wasim
Vivian Kingma1not out
Extras17
TOTAL197