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Toss Winner - West Indies won the toss and chose to bat first
West Indies beat Netherlands by 20 runs
Netherlands’ search for face-saving win
West Indies to win
Tournament: West Indies tour of Netherlands, 2022 | Format: ODI | Venue: VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen, Netherlands | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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The Netherlands would be looking for a face-saving win in the third and final game of the 3-match series against West Indies. The hosts went down by 5 wickets in the last game in what was one of the worst batting collapses in recent memory. The side wasted a good start, and this would affect their confidence going into this game.
The Netherlands have never won an ODI against West Indies and this is likely to play in their minds. Their batting line-up is looking rusty, especially in the middle order. West Indies have already won the series and they would approach this game without any pressure. It would be interesting to see if the Netherlands can register a historic win against West Indies in this game.
Pieter Seelaar would be angry at his players after the big loss in the last game. They made a mess in the last game from a position of strength. They had put up a good show batting with a 101-run opening wicket stand. But poor shot selection led to the side losing 10 wickets for mere 113 runs. Having already lost the series Seelaar would be aiming for a face-saving win in this game.
Vikramajit Singh and Max O’Dowd have done well in both games and the pair will have to fire all cylinders here. Scott Edwards played a good knock, but the rest of the batting didn’t manage double-digit scores and runs would be needed in the middle order from Musa Ahmed and Bas de Leede. Seelaar and Teja Nidamanuru must contribute down the order for the side to win.
The bowling attack hasn’t had much to defend, and the side would expect early strikes from Ryan Klien and Logan van Beek in this game. Bas de Leede and Aryan Dutt will have to keep the scoring under check. Seelaar is an experienced bowler, and he needs to put up an inspiring performance with the ball in this game.
Pieter Seelaar (c), Max O’Dowd, Vikramjit Singh, Musa Ahmed, Bas de Leede, Teja Nidamanuru, Scott Edwards (wk), Logan van Beek, Aryan Dutt, Ryan Klein, Shariz Ahmed
Aryan Dutt, Ryan Klein, Musa Ahmed, Teja Nidamanuru, Logan van Beek, Pieter Seelaar, Vivian Kingma, Max O'Dowd, Vikramjit Singh, Scott Edwards, Bas de Leede
Nicholas Pooran would be happy with the unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. It was a good performance from their bowlers in the last game. However, the West Indies skipper would want to see a better show from his batsmen as they haven’t been at their best. The side would soon be hosting Bangladesh and their batsmen need to get into form
Shai Hope has played well, and he must set up a good opening wicket stand in the game with Shamarh Brooks. Nkrumah Bonner isn’t in the best of form, and he will look to add runs in the middle order with Pooran. Brandon King has played good knocks in both games and strengthens the batting with Kyle Mayers and Keacy Carty.
Alzarri Joseph has bowled well, and the side would like him to offer a good start with Mayers. Akeal Hosein troubled the Dutch batsmen with his variations in the last game and he will look to do the same with Hayden Walsh during the middle overs of the game. Anderson Phillip and Bonner shall look to do well in the supporting role.
Nicholas Pooran (c), Shai Hope (wk), Nkrumah Bonner, Shamarh Brooks, Brandon King, Keacy Carty, Kyle Mayers, Alzarri Joseph, Anderson Phillip, Hayden Walsh, Akeal Hosein
Jayden Seales, Brandon King, Akeal Hosein, Nicholas Pooran, Nkrumah Bonner, Kyle Mayers, Sherman Lewis, Hayden Walsh, Keacy Carty, Shai Hope, Shamarh Brooks
The skies over Amstelveen would be cloudy on June 04. The wicket has a lot of moisture, and the conditions would make it a challenge for the batsmen. Fast bowlers would get the ball to swing and under these circumstances, the side batting first in the game would be happy to have 270 runs on the board.
VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen has a lively surface where the fast bowlers get the ball to move in the air and off the surface. Stroke players have done well as the ball comes onto the bat nicely. Spinners don’t see much assistance from the surface and they have to solely rely on their variations.
The wicket has had assistance for the bowlers early in the game and in both games so far, the side chasing the score has won. The conditions would be challenging at the start of the game for the batsmen, and we expect the side winning the toss to bowl first on this track.
The Netherlands will be battling against history. They are searching for their first win against West Indies in this format and the performances in the two games so far have left too many questions. The side would need its middle order to click for them to win this game. West Indies haven’t had a great run with the bat, but they are a stronger side. Having already won two games, they will start favorites here.
West Indies to win
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