ENG vs NED 3rd ODI: The Netherlands is hosting England for a three-match ODI series. After a week of blockbuster entertainment by England, the Netherlands will aim to revive their shattered reams as their senior members return to play the final game of the series after being relieved from their County duties. England has taken a 2-0 lead in the series and will aim for a whitewash.
The heroics of Jos Buttler, Philip Salt, and Liam Livingstone helped England to register a historic total of 498 runs in the first ODI. England swept the second ODI by six wickets to seal the series. However, the Dutch’s growing intent to save their pride might not align with England’s interests to win the upcoming fixture.
Netherlands: L L L L L
England: W W W W W
Well, the picture is clear that the underdogs will face the heavyweights in a contest of prestige.
Jos Buttler: Buttler has been in scintillating touch at the ongoing series. With a magnificent knock of 183 runs in the first game, it will be interesting to see how Buttler responds in the final game.
Eoin Morgan: Morgan has been the center of England’s white-ball cricket. His performance will be closely monitored as he returns back in form ahead of the T-20 World Cup.
Logan van Beek: Beek has been the solitary performer for the Netherlands in the ongoing series. With paramount experience and a dedication to performing, Beek will likely smash runs in the death.
ENG vs NED 3rd ODI: Team News
Netherlands: Paul van Meekeren and Fred Klaasen have confirmed their availability for the final game of the series and will likely make it in the XI.
England: Luke Wood and David Payne’s ODI debut could get prolonged as England will probably go with the same winning combination.
ENG vs NED 3rd ODI: Predicted XI
Vikramjit Singh, Max O’Dowd, Fred Klaasen, Tom Cooper, Bas de Leede, Scott Edwards (c/wk), Teja Nidamanuru, Tim Pringle, Logan van Beek,, Shane Snater Paul van Meekeren
Jason Roy, Phil Salt, Dawid Malan, Jos Buttler (wk), Eoin Morgan (C), Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, David Payne, Luke Wood, Brydon Carse, Adil Rashid
The same piece of turf will come into play at the VRA Cricket Ground where high-scoring totals were registered in the first two games. The wicket will be hard and the pacers might get swing in the early stage. The spinners will come into action in the latter half of the game. Overall, we can expect another high-scoring game.