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Toss Winner - Netherlands won the toss and chose to bat first
England beat Netherlands by 6 wickets
England look to seal the series in the 2nd ODI against the Netherlands.
We predict that England will defeat Netherlands.
Tournament: England tour of Netherlands, 2022 | Format: ODI | Venue: VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen, Netherlands | Toss: To BatBet Now
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Not a result that would shock the world, but a performance that definitely did. England showed why they are the world champions, and in the process also showcased their bench strength while they annihilated Netherlands in the 1st ODI. A perfect display on all 3 fronts from the reigning World Champions, scoring almost 500 runs with the bat and also bowling the opposition out for 266 runs, winning the contest by a mammoth 232 runs.
The hosts, on the other hand, tried to put on a fight, but the task at hand was a mighty one. Scott Edwards and Max O’Dowd tried to salvage some respect by scoring (78) & (55) respectfully, but the English had a surplus of runs on the board and a quality bowling attack to prevent a miracle.
Not a way the Dutch would have wanted to start off the ODI series, but they would definitely be looking to bounce back from the crushing defeat. While the positives were few and far between, Netherlands would be happy with the intent the batsmen showed and would want the same and more in the 2nd ODI.
Scott Edwards and Max O’Dowd lead the way for the Dutch and were the only glimmer of hope they had in the defeat. In the second ODI, they would want a few more contributions as they go head to head against a dangerous English batting lineup. One would not expect a lot of positives from a bowling lineup who has just conceded 500 runs. The bowlers would want to show that this was just a bad day at the office and bounce back in the second ODI.
Key Players: Scott Edwards, Max O’Dowd, Pieter Seelaar & Logan Van Beek.
Vikramjit Singh, Max O'Dowd, Musa Ahmed, Bas de Leede, Tom Cooper, Scott Edwards (wk), Pieter Seelaar (c), Logan van Beek, Philippe Boissevain, Shane Snater, Aryan Dutt
Aryan Dutt, Tom Cooper, Scott Edwards, Shane Snater, Teja Nidamanuru, Tim Pringle, Logan van Beek, Vivian Kingma, Bas de Leede, Vikramjit Singh, Max O'Dowd
In Spite of missing a few key players, England not only showed their frightening bench strength but also why they are the reigning ODI World Champions. Not every day you get to see a side scoring almost 500 runs in an innings and having 3 batsmen scoring the 100-run mark individually. A perfect batting display from the English who not only dominated from the word go but were further dominant in the death as well. Whilst nobody can complain about that batting display, there are still serious question marks over Eoin Morgan and his form, which he would love to put an end to in the second ODI.
Everybody was looking forward to how the bowling would perform and they definitely passed with flying colours. Sam Curran who made a comeback from an injury which kept him out of the IPL, picked up 2 wickets while David Willey and Reece Topley did the same. Whilst, Moeen Ali did not get a chance to add to the total, he picked up 3 wickets for 57, showing why he is such a gun all-rounder in the modern game. Barring a major upset, England should continue on their merry way and clinch this 3 match series in the 2nd ODI itself.
Key Players: Jos Buttler, Dawid Malan, Moeen Ali & David Willy
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Phil Salt, Moeen Ali, Jason Roy, Brydon Carse, AU Rashid, Eoin Morgan, Liam Livingstone, David Willey, Jos Buttler, Reece Topley, Dawid Malan
The weather will be partly cloudy on match day, with a 1-3% chance of raining on match day. The maximum and minimum temperatures will be in the 21°C - 7°C range.
The weather will be partly cloudy at the beginning but will remain clear for most of the match. The temperature will range between 17 and 30°C. The wind will be flowing from the southwest at 18-21 kmh.
Batting first, sides have a win percentage of almost 60% in the last 25 games. And judging on how the pitch has played, putting on the runs on the board seems the safest bet.
Though they are playing after a gap of 11 months, the English squad is as dangerous as it was earlier. And if the first ODI is any indication of what is to follow, the Dutch bowlers will have a tough series on their hands. As per the stats, England is unbeaten in the last 5 ODIs. They have never lost an ODI against the Netherlands.
We predict that England will defeat Netherlands.
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