New Zealand vs Netherlands head to head stats and records ODIs 2023

The New Zealand vs Netherlands head to head stats and records in ODIs is completely in favour of the Black Caps. The two teams have met each other four times in this format and New Zealand has emerged victorious on all occasions.

This encounter between the two teams is just a few hours away and if you are looking for Netherlands vs New Zealand head to head records and stats, then you are at the right place.

New Zealand and Netherlands first took on each other in the 1996 World Cup, where the Kiwis emerged victorious by a massive margin of 119 runs.

After that, they locked horns again after 26 years and that was in a three-match ODI series in 2022. This time also, the Kiwis won by big margins of seven wickets, 118 runs, and 115 runs.

The Kiwis started off their World Cup 2023 campaign on a bright note as they defeated England by nine wickets. Devon Conway remained unbeaten on 152, whereas Rachin Ravindra smashed an unbeaten 123 to help New Zealand chase down a target of 283 with ease.

New Zealand vs Netherlands head to head
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Netherlands, on the other hand, delivered a spirited performance in their first match of this campaign but they still ended up on the losing side. The Dutch team bowled Pakistan out for 286, led by Bas de Leede's four-wicket haul.

They started their chase well with opener Vikramjit Singh scoring a fifty and De Leede also getting into the act with a half-century. But they lost their way and ultimately got bowled out for 205, losing the match by 81 runs.

Before these two teams meet in their second World Cup 2023 match, let's take a look at the New Zealand vs Netherlands head to head records and top performers. 

New Zealand vs Netherlands head to head team ODI records and stats

If we look at their recent record, which includes three out of their four matches, New Zealand have maintained their authority over the Dutch.

Total matchs played4
New Zealand won4
Netherlands won0
No Result0

New Zealand vs Netherlands head to head player stats (ODI)

ODI Batting Records

Will Young tops the scoring charts in New Zealand vs Netherlands head to head contests. He has amassed 224 runs at an average of 112, including two centuries.

Most runs

Will Young224
Tom Latham171
Martin Guptill114
Henry Nicholls78
CM Spearman68

Highest Indivudual Score

PlayerHighest Score
Tom Latham140*
Will Young120
Martin Guptill106
Will Young103*
CM Spearman68

Highest Average

Tom Latham171
Will Young112
Martin Guptill38
CM Spearman68
Stephen Flemming66

ODI Bowling Records

Most Wickets

With Six wickets in three matches, Kyle Jamieson is the highest wicket-taker in New Zealand vs Netherlands head to head contests.

Kyle Jamieson6
Michael Bracewell5
Matt Henry5
Blair Tickner5
Doug Bracewell3

Best bowling figures

PlayerBest bowling figures
Matt Henry4/36
Blair Tickner4/50
Michael Bracewell3/21
Chris Harris3/24
Kyle Jamieson3/45

Best Bowling Average

Matt Henry 13.40
Blair Tickner17.60
Michael Bracewell19.20
Chris Harris8.00
Kyle Jamieson18.33

New Zealand vs Netherlands: What happened in their last meeting?

In the last encounter between New Zealand and Netherlands, the Kiwis posted a massive total of 333/8 batting first, riding on centuries from Martin Guptill and Will Young. 

Netherlands, in response, started off well with an opening stand of 81. But they lost their way in the middle, getting bowled out for 218 in the end. As a result, the Black Caps won the match convincingly by 115 runs.

Match date: 4 April 2022

Venue: Hamilton, New Zealand

Match Result: New Zealand won by 115 runs

Match Scorecard

New Zealand

Guptillc Edwards b Klaasen106
Nichollsc Edwards b Klaasen2
Young lbw b Dutt120
Taylorc & b Van Beek14
M Bracewellst Edwards b Floyd3
De Grandhommec Edwards b Floyd4
D Bracewellc de Leede b Dutt22
Lathamc Edwards b Van Beek23
SodhiNot Out13
JamiesonNot Out6


Myburghc D Bracewell b de Grandhomme64
O'DowdLbw b D Bracewell16
SinghLbw b Henry25
De Leedeb Henry21
Edwardsc Latham b Jamieson9
Ripponc M Bracewell b Sodhi24
Seelarc Guptill b Henry0
Van Beeklbw b M Bracewell32
Duttc Taylor b Henry9
Floydb D Bracewell2
KlaasenNot Out1
Total218 All Out
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