Oman remained winless in the Super Six stage of the World Cup qualifying tournament, suffering its fourth straight defeat.
The race for second place in qualifying goes to the winning end, although Holland needs Zimbabwe to lose to Scotland. The Dutch also need to win their last match to have any chance of passing.
Entering the field, Dutch openers Singh and Max O’Dowd (35) started the game patiently, including sitting out a delay due to rain that reduced the match to 48 bpm.
The duo’s partnership of 117 runs was reached after 103 balls before O’Dowd was struck out by Iain.
Singh reached his debut century in ODIs with 102 balls before he was finally annihilated by batting into the mid-on. He made 11 fours and two sixes.
Scott Edwards (4), who scored 67 and 67 in his last two matches, was caught by Kalemullah and Mohammad Nadeem took his second wicket.
As the Netherlands needed to improve their clean running tempo, Bas de Lide increased his team’s scoring.scored, making a quick 39 from 19 balls with five fours and a six.
Reaching his half-century with 43 balls, the 39-year-old Barresi was ready for his second ODI ton, but he fell just short. His 97 strokes off 65 balls included 10 fours and three sixes.
In fact, Barresi was the first of three wickets for as many overs when Oman began to struggle. Bilal Khan did.7252
On Thursday, the Dutch will face Scotland.
Zimbabwe one win away
Hosts Zimbabwe can confirm their place in the World Cup in India with a win over Scotland in Bulawayo.
Sri Lanka, who finished first in the Super Six, qualified for the World Cup on Sunday, with the Chevrons two points behind them and in second place.
Zimbabwe’s main rivals are Scotland, who with four points are in third place and have an extra game.
In Harare, Ireland will face Nepal to decide seventh place, with the latter hoping to surpass their highest qualifying total of eighth place.