Netherlands vs West Indies 2nd ODI Match prediction - Who will win today’s match between NED vs WI?
West Indies's Shai Hope was the player of the match in the first ODI for a match-winning unbeaten knock of 119 runs off 130 balls
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The Netherlands is scheduled to face West Indies in the second ODI match of the series on 2 June 2022. West Indies won the first match of the series by seven wickets as they chased the target of 247 runs. Hence, the Windies will look to wrap up the series today by winning the match against the Dutch.
On the other hand, the Netherlands put up a good fight with the bat but failed to restrict West Indies from chasing the target. They will look to improve their bowling in this match to equalize in the series.
Venue: VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen.
Date & Time: June 02, 2:30 PM IST
Where to Watch Live: FanCode
Teams will prefer to bat second, as in the first match, West Indies chased the target easily. After winning the toss, teams will look to put the opposition to bat first. Anything around 250-260 will be a par score on this ground.
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Probable Playing XIs for NED vs WI
Max O’Dowd, Vikramjit Singh, Musa Ahmed, Bas de Leede, Teja Nidamanuru, Scott Edwards (wk), Pieter Seelaar (captain), Logan van Beek, Aryan Dutt, Ryan Klein, Vivian Kingma.
Shai Hope (wk), Nkrumah Bonner, Shamarh Brooks, Nicholas Pooran (captain), Brandon King, Keacy Carty, Kyle Mayers, Alzarri Joseph, Anderson Phillip, Hayden Walsh, Akeal Hosein.
Probable Top Performers
Probably the best batter of the match
This West Indian opener was in great touch in the first match of the series as his knock of unbeaten 119 runs off 130 balls ensured an easy win over the Dutch. He looked solid at the crease and hopefully, he continues his good form in this match also to help WI in wrapping this series one match earlier.
Probably the best bowler of the match
All eyes will be on Akeal Hosein once again as he had a great economical outing in the first match. He took two crucial wickets in nine overs by conceding only 29 runs at an economy of 3.2. His economic spell will be crucial again in this match to restrict the Dutch to a par score.