Match: Netherlands vs England, (NED vs ENG, 3rd ODI)
Date: June 22, 2022 – 2 PM IST
Venue: VRA Ground, Amstelveen, Netherlands
Where and what time to watch the match live in India
England’s tour of the Netherlands will not be televised in India. However, you can catch all the live action on the online streaming platform FanCode. Watch the third ODI on FanCode application at 2 PM IST on June 22.
Netherlands vs England, 3rd ODI:
The world champions England made light work of the Netherlands to secure the series with 2-0 lead. The third and final ODI of the series will take place at the same venue in Amstelveen – VRA Ground on Wednesday, June 22.
The second match of the series saw England claim the victory by six wickets on Sunday. In a rain-curtailed contest, Scott Edwards was terrific for the hosts with 78 off 73 to propel the team to a good total of 235/7 in 41 overs. Chasing the target, Jason Roy and Phil Salt demolished the Dutch bowlers. The duo added 139 runs in 17 overs for the first wicket. Roy scored 73 off 60 while Salt blasted a 54-ball 77 as they chased down the target in 36.1 overs.
Earlier in the series, Jos Buttler obliterated the Netherlands with his 162* off 70 while Salt and Dawid Malan scored their maiden centuries. England posted a record total of 498/4 and won the game by 232 runs.
Pitch Report and Weather Forecast for NED vs ENG, 3rd ODI
VRA Ground in Amstelveen has usually produced flat batting pitches. A total of 27 ODI matches have been played here, with the average first innings score of 245. The first match of the series witnessed England hammering a record 498 while Netherlands posted 235 in 41 overs in the second game.
The weather at Amstelveen on Wednesday is expected to be mostly sunny with a little to no chance of precipitation. The temperature will hover around 23°C.
Netherlands – Expected XI and Team News
Netherlands’ former skipper Pieter Seelaar, who missed the second game, announced his retirement due to back issues. The hosts made three changes in the previous game, bringing in Teja Nidamanuru, Tim Pringle and Vivian Kingma.
Probable XI – Vikramjit Singh, Max O’Dowd, Bas de Leede, Tom Cooper, Scott Edwards (c/wk), Teja Nidamanuru, Logan van Beek, Aryan Dutt, Shane Snater, Tim Pringle, Vivian Kingma
England – Expected XI and Team News
England made one change in the last game, with Sam Curran resting and Brydon Carse coming in. Having sealed the series, the visitors are likely to make a few changes to give other players opportunities.
Probable XI – Jason Roy, Phil Salt, Dawid Malan, Eoin Morgan/Sam Curran, Jos Buttler (wk), Liam Livingstone, Brydon Carse/Luke Wood, Moeen Ali, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley
Head to head record of NED vs ENG
Total Encounters – 5
Netherlands Won – 0
England Won – 5
3rd ODI: Five players to watch out for in the NED vs ENG match
Here we take a look at five key players you must pick in your MPL fantasy XI:
Jason Roy: Batter, England
One of the best white-ball openers,.Jason Roy has a good record in the fifty-over format. He has scored 3732 runs from 100 ODIs at an average of 40 while striking at 107. Roy has smashed nine hundreds and 21 fifties in the format. He was dismissed cheaply in the first game but bounced back exceptionally with 73 off just 60 balls. Priced at 9.5 credits, Roy can be a good C/VC option.
Phil Salt: Wicketkeeper Batter, England
Phil Salt is marked as the future permanent opener for England. He has the most of his opportunities in the absence of Jonny Bairstow with back to back quality performances. Salt hammered 122 off 93 in the first game and followed it up with 77 off 54. Salt averages 60 from five ODIs and is a good C/VC option. He’s priced at 8.5 credits.
Jos Buttler: Wicketkeeper Batter, England
Jos Buttler is arguably the best white-ball batter in the world currently. The England superstar has 4034 runs to his name from 150 ODI games at an average of 40 and strike rate of 121, including 10 centuries and 20 half centuries. Buttler was exceptional in the first game with an unbeaten 162 off 70 balls and could even be a great captaincy option if England bat first. Buttler is priced at 10.5 credits.
Scott Edwards: Wicketkeeper Batter, Netherlands
The 25yr old Scott Edwards is a key player for the Netherlands. The middle order batter has played 21 ODIs and has scored 628 runs at an average of 37 while striking at 83, including seven fifties. Edwards has been in superb touch, scoring three fifties in the last four innings. He smashed 72* off 56 in the first game of the series and followed it up with 78 off 73. Edwards is priced at 9 credits.
David Willey: Bowler, England
David Willey is a very handy cricketer with great new ball value and batting potential. He has picked 73 wickets from 54 ODI matches at an economy of 5.64 with four four-fors. The left hander also averages 25 with the bat in list A cricket. Willey has been good in the series, claiming 2/42 and 2/46 in two innings. He will cost you 8.5 credits on the MPL app.
MPL Fantasy XI
Note: The players recommended here need not be a part of the Playing 11 on game day. Users are advised to do their own research also and follow official sources and create their teams.