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Last Update on: October 3rd, 2023 at 04:10 pm

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India Playing 11 vs Netherlands: ICC World Cup 2023 Warm Up Match. India take on the Netherlands in their final warm-up game in Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday(October 3). The match starts at 2 pm IST. The venue already has had two warm-up games washed out and this is very likely to be the third.

The Indian team reached Thiruvananthapuram on Sunday without Virat Kohli. He is expected to join the side on Monday (October 2). India will be led by Rohit Sharma in this World Cup. Their previous match against England was washed out due to rain. 

India are heading into this World Cup after a 2-1 ODI series win against Australia. They also won the Asia Cup 2023 title under Rohit who is now eyeing to win the ODI World Cup as well. The Men in Blue have played two ODIs against the Netherlands all won by India.

India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, England, and the Netherlands are 10 teams part of the ICC World Cup 2023. The ICC World Cup 2023 final will take place on November 19. The tournament starts on October 5. 

 ICC World Cup 2023 will be played in a round-robin format. Hence, each team will face the other team once during the league stage. A total of 48 games will take place among 10 teams during ICC World Cup 2023 across 10 different venues in India. In this article, we predict India’s likely playing XI against the Netherlands. 

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India Playing 11 vs Netherlands: ICC World Cup 2023 Warm-Up Match

Rohit Sharma (C)

IND vs AUS Match Preview– 3rd ODI, 2023
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Rohit will open the batting for India. He has been in good form since the Asia Cup and played the last ODI against Australia. He has been very vocal about finding his 2019 World Cup form. 

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