The Netherlands will play the final one-day international (ODI) against England on June 22nd at 2:30 pm at the VRA Cricket Ground in Amstelveen. England won the series 2-0 by defeating the hosts by 6 wickets and 13.5 overs in hand in the second ODI.
England won the series 2-0 as a result of the second consecutive defeat. England won its first bilateral series against the Netherlands. England set a world record with 498 runs in the first ODI, with centuries from Philip Salt, Joss Butler, and Dawid Malan. The Netherlands have now lost all five One-Day Internationals against England. England will be able to walk into the third ODI and wrap up the series 3-0.
The 3rd ODI between Netherlands vs England will take place on June 22nd, 2022 at VRA Cricket Ground in Amstelveen.
Match Details to Note
Match: Netherlands vs England, 3rd ODI, England Tour of Netherlands 2022
Date: June 22, 2022 (Wednesday)
Time: 2:00 PM IST
Venue: VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen
Netherlands vs England Team Previews
The Netherlands must have learned a lot from their first bilateral series against England. However, they have yet to demonstrate any resilience against the world’s number two team, England. Long-time captain Pieter Seelar retired before the second ODI due to persistent back pain. As a result, Scott Edwards will take the lead for the remainder of the game. Vikramjeet Singh and Max O’Dowd will bat first. O’Dowd, the West Indies series’ leading run-scorer, scored 55 runs in the first ODI with six fours and two sixes. The Netherlands will have high expectations for Singh, who has only scored 23 runs in the first two ODIs. Tom Cooper, the most experienced player on the team, will serve as the anchor in third place. Cooper has 40 runs in two One-Day Internationals.
In both games, the Netherlands’ middle order put in a lot of effort. The standout player in the Netherlands squad is Wicket Keeper and now Captain Scott Edwards. Edwards scored 72 runs off 56 balls in the first ODI, followed by a well-planned 78-run innings off 73 balls in the second. Without a doubt, he will be the player to watch in the third ODI. Bas de Leede, a right-handed batter, has so far hit 28 and 34. Teja Nidmanuru and Logan van Beek contributed 58 runs to the total in the second ODI. Van Beek, on the other hand, has been below average with the ball. He has only one wicket for 108 runs at a 6.75 economy rate.
As they have only taken 8 wickets so far, the Netherlands may experiment with their bowling unit. Shane Snater can be replaced by Fred Klassen. He has 25 wickets in 13 One-Day Internationals for the Netherlands. In addition, when Kent won the Vitality Blast in 2021, he was the second-leading wicket-taker (19 wickets). Aryan Dutt took two wickets for 55 runs in the second ODI.
Vikramjit Singh, Max ODowd, Tom Cooper, Bas de Leede, Scott Edwards (c & wk), Teja Nidamanuru, Logan van Beek, Tim Pringle, Shane Snater, Aryan Dutt, Vivian Kingma, Musa Ahmed, Pieter Seelaar, Philippe Boissevain, Fred Klaassen, Clayton Floyd, Ryan Klein, Shariz Ahmad
Predicted XI: Scott Edwards (c & wk), Fred Klaassen, Logan van Beek, Tom Cooper, Teja Nidamanuru, Bas de Leede, Tim Pringle, Max O’Dowd, Vikramjit Singh, Aryan Dutt, Vivian Kingma
Because the series is already decided, England’s captain may look to bring in an untested bench. Jason Roy and Philip Salt will continue to start the innings. After failing in the first innings, Roy scored 73 off 60 balls in the second. Salt, on the other hand, scored 77 runs off 54 balls to become the series’ leading run-scorer. He has 199 runs in this series, including a century and a half-century. The Netherlands side, like Salt, has no solution for Dawid Malan. In this series, the left-handed batter has 161 runs, including a century and an unbeaten knock of 36 in the second match.
Morgan advanced over Jos Butler, who was in fourth place. He returned with another duck instead of scoring the winning runs. It is preferable to place Jos Buttler in fourth place after his 70-ball-162-run innings in the first match. The English middle order will be completed by Livingstone and Moeen Ali. Livingstone scored 66 runs off 22 balls in the first ODI but only 4 in the second.
Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali, England’s spin duo, have taken four wickets in 33 overs. In the final ODI, one of them could be replaced by Sam Curran or Luke Wood. England’s pace attack will be led by David Willey, Reece Topley, and Bydon Carse. Willey has the most wickets in the series, with four. After going wicketless in the second ODI, Reece Topley may be benched. David Payne, a Gloucestershire pacer, could make his debut for the three lions.
Jason Roy, Philip Salt, Dawid Malan, Eoin Morgan (c), Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Jos Buttler (wk), David Willey, Brydon Carse, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley, Luke Wood, Sam Curran, David Payne
Predicted XI: Eoin Morgan (c), Moeen Ali, Jos Buttler, Brydon Carse, Sam Curran, Liam Livingstone, Dawid Malan, Adil Rashid, Jason Roy, Phil Salt, David Willey
Netherlands vs England Toss Prediction
Teams batting first have won 15 of the 27 One-Day Internationals. The average first-inning score at VRA is 242, while the average second-inning score is 202. The team that wins the toss bats first.
Pitch and Weather Conditions
The third One-Day International (ODI) between the Netherlands and England will be played at the VRA Cricket Ground in Amstelveen. The stadium has a capacity of 4500 spectators and has previously hosted 25 ODIs and 16 T20Is. On this ground, there are two 400+ scores. The first ODI of this series saw England score 498 runs.
The weather will be fine for the game. The temperature will range between 13 and 24 degrees Celsius. The wind will be blowing at 14-15 km/h from the northeast. The pitch is conducive to batting. The ball comes off the bat easily. If England bats first, a high score is expected.
Netherlands vs England Match Prediction
The first two ODIs have shown that the current Netherlands squad is nowhere near the England squad. Following a 232-run victory in the first game, England defeated the hosts by six wickets in the second. They have a perfect ODI record against the Netherlands. It’s 5-0! And will almost certainly be 6-0 after the series finale.
England is the favourite to beat Netherlands at the odds of 1.01.
- Team England won the series 2-0 with a six-wicket victory over the Netherlands in the second one-day international.
- England is unbeaten in their last seven One-Day Internationals.
- In one-day internationals, England is 5-0 against the Netherlands.