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Netherlands vs England 3rd ODI, Preview, Prediction, Predicted lineups, and all you need to know.



The third and last round of the ODI series between the Netherlands and England will be played on Wednesday, June 22. The VRA Cricket Ground in Amstelveen will have this challenge. Britain brushed away the Netherlands in the initial round of the series. The Netherlands couldn’t return in the subsequent game and experienced the misfortune of handing the English side the series in the second game itself.

Dutch captain Scott Edwards won the throw and picked to bat first. The game was decreased to 41 overs for each side and the Netherlands could figure out how to score 235 toward the finish of their innings. The English bowlers bowled well indeed and got seven wickets. Britain openers Jason Roy and Philip Salt moved forward and contributed intensely and their association established the groundwork for them to pursue down the aggregate.

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Date and Time

Date and Time: Wednesday, 22 June 2022, 02:30 PM IST.

Venue: VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen

Match Prediction

The English side has outflanked the Netherlands in the two rounds of the series up until this point. The hosts should be at their very best to challenge Eoin Morgan’s men in the last game and stay away from a whitewash. Britain seems to be a more settled unit and we anticipate that they should decisive victory in the series on Wednesday.

Prediction: England to win this encounter.

Probable Playing 11

England Probable 11

  1. Jason Roy,
  2. Philip Salt,
  3. Dawid Malan,
  4. Eoin Morgan (c), 
  5. Jos Buttler (wk),
  6. Liam Livingstone,
  7. Moeen Ali,
  8. David Willey,
  9. Brydon Carse,
  10. Adil Rashid,
  11. Reece Topley

Netherlands Playing 11

  1. Vikramjit Singh,
  2. Max O’Dowd,
  3. Teja Nidamanuru,
  4. Tom Cooper,
  5. Bas de Leede,
  6. Scott Edwards (c & wk),
  7. Logan van Beek,
  8. Tim Pringle,
  9. Shane Snater,
  10. Aryan Dutt,
  11. Vivian Kingma.

Pitch Report

The pitch at the VRA Cricket Ground is really great for batting. The hitters appreciate playing on this surface as the ball comes pleasantly onto the bat. The bowlers should be focused with their lines and lengths while bowling on this surface to hold the run-stream under tight restraints