NED vs IRE | 1st ODI Match | 02-06-2021 14:00 |1|1|Preview & Guide Added | Match Finished


 NED vs IRE Tips, Stats & Team for Today Match Prediction 

 Match:  NED vs IRE 1st ODI Match Prediction  
 Time:   02 June, 02:00 PM (IST)  

 Series:: NED vs IRE ODI 
 Venue:  Sportpark Maarschalkerweerd – Utrecht, Netherlands The. 


 Info: 

  • Max O’Dowd was the star for Netherlands in their recent 1-1 drawn ODI series with Scotland in Rotterdam. He hit 82 from 102 balls before being run out in the final over of the Netherlands win. Vivian Kingma was the most impressive bowler for the home side, taking 5 wickets in the series with his right-arm fast medium.
  • Paul Stirling hit the most runs for Ireland in their most recent ODI series earlier this year. He made back to back centuries but couldn’t prevent a 3-0 series defeat against Afghanistan. Andy McBrine took 6 wickets in the series, including his first five wicket haul in this format.
  • Both wicket-keepers are capable batsmen and have shown good form in recent games. Scott Edwards made 56 for Netherlands in their defeat to Scotland, whilst Lorcan Tucker made a career best 83 for Ireland in the first ODI against Afghanistan
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 Live Streaming
Live Streaming: The 1st ODI Match will start at 02:00 PM IST and will be streamed live on Fancode.

 Weather & Pitch Report
⛅ Weather:
High of 27 with some patchy cloud but no rain in Utrecht on Wednesday.
🏟️ Pitch:
The venue has only previously hosted T20Is between Italy and Germany back in 2019 so there is not a great deal of data to go on. However, the weather has been particularly dry of late so expect the spin bowlers to enjoy the surface.
 Toss Prediction
Netherlands won the toss and chose to bat first in both ODIs against Scotland. Ireland chose to bat and field first against Afghanistan without success. We expect whichever captain calls correctly to choose to bat.

 Winning Chances: 

Who will win today match: NED vs IRE 1st ODI Match Fantasy Team
Max O’Dowd and Paul Stirling are the batsmen expected to post the big runs for their teams.

 Recent Form: 

NED: 
L,   W,    W,    W,     L 
❌  ✅  ✅    ✅   ❌ 

ISU: 
L,    L,    L,    W,     L 
❌  ❌  ❌   ✅   ❌ 


 Team NEWS: 

 NED Team News: 
  • Placed 13th in the ICC ODI Rankings, Netherlands will see Ireland as one of the most beatable teams in the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League. However, the 1-1 draw with Scotland showed that they still have a lot of work to do and they will be delighted to have Timm van der Gugten, Fred Klaasen and Brandon Glover available for this series.
 IRE Team News: 
  • After going down 3-0 against Afghanistan earlier in the year, and losing 2-1 to England last summer, Ireland are in need of a successful series to get their campaign in the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League back on track. We expect to see William Porterfield and George Dockrell back in the XI.
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 NED Predicted11 

Max O’Dowd
Stephan Myburgh
Ben Cooper
Bas de Leede
Pieter Seelaar (c)
Scott Edwards (wk)
Fred Klassen
Vivian Kingma
Saqib Zulfiqar
Logan van Beek
Tim van der Gutgen
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 IRE Predicted11 

Paul Stirling
William Porterfield
Andy Balbirnie (c)
Kevin O’Brien
Lorcan Tucker (wk)
Simi Singh
George Dockrell
Mark Adair
Andy McBrine
Craig Young
Josh Little
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 ℹ️ Match Finished 

 C & VC Options: 

Vivian Kingma- 
Kingma’s recent form makes him a perfect pick for the fantasy team. He picked up 5 wickets at an average of just 8.80 in the last series against Scotland.
ODI Career: Wkts 7, Bowl Avg. 21
Paul Stirling- 
The explosive opener can take the game from the opposition in no time. If he stays on the wicket, he will enjoy the sunny conditions and can get a big score here.
ODI Career: Runs 4697, Avg. 39
Stirling vs NED: Runs 286, Avg. 47
Craig Young- 
The fast bowler will enjoy bowling with the new ball. After the retirement of Boyd Rankin, he is seen as someone who can extract some extra pace and bounce from the pitch.
ODI Career: Wkts 37, Bowl Avg. 27

 NED Key Players: 

 Max O’Dowd: 
No longer top of the worldwide ODI batting averages but still standing proud with 78.33 from four ODIs. His task is to get the innings off to a fast start. 

 Vivian Kingma: 
Netherland’s standout bowler in both games against Scotland. He recorded figures of 3-21 in the first ODI, his best in international cricket.

 Timm van der Gugten: 
the fast-medium bowler comes into this series with plenty of bowling in the County Championship under his belt. He has taken 13 wickets for Kent so far this season.

 IRE Key Players: 

 Paul Stirling: 
Regarded as one of the finest batsman ever produced by Ireland, Stirling has four centuries in his last six ODI games. He has also had plenty of white ball practice this year in the PSL and Abu Dhabi T10. 


 William Porterfield: 
The experienced Porterfield returns to the side and brings with him eleven ODI centuries since his debut in 2006. He hit 73 for North-West Warriors in the game before his recall.

 Mark Adair : 
The bowling all-rounder is still relatively inexperienced in international cricket but is another member of the Ireland squad who has plenty of cricket under his belt this year already.

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 Team Forms: 

 NED Team Form: 
The games against Scotland were Netherlands first in this format since June 2019. They will be better for the ODIs last month but may still lack sharpness at the top level.

 IRE Team Form: 
A 3-0 defeat to Afghanistan in the UAE earlier in the year does not smack of a team in great form. However, the conditions and surroundings in Utrecht should be more home-like for the Ireland team.

 SQUAD: 
 Netherlands: 

Pieter Seelaar (captain), Scott Edwards, Max O’Dowd, Stephan Myburgh, Ben Cooper, Bas de Leede, Timm van der Gugten, Logan van Beek, Fred Klaassen, Philippe Boissevain, Vivian Kingma, Brandon Glover, Tobias Visée, Musa Nadeem Ahmad, Saqib Zulfiqar.

 Ireland: 

Andrew Balbirnie (captain), Mark Adair, Ben White, George Dockrell, Josh Little, Andrew McBrine, Graeme McCarter, Barry McCarthy, Kevin O’Brien, William Porterfield, Simi Singh, Paul Stirling, Stephen Doheny, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker, Craig Young.

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 ‍Netherland 

Wicket Keeper:

Scott Edwards (Captain) –
3dwn, 3dwn, 6dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 5dwn,
56(66), 4(11), 9(15), 36(31)*, 11(26), 44(47)*,

Tobias Visée-
5dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn, 5dwn, Open, Open,
3(10), 0(1), 33(16)*, 42(32), 27(15), 19(8),
BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 5, Runs – 151, Avg – 30

BATSMAN :
Ben Cooper-
1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 2dwn, Open,
0(1), 10(10), 7(8), 5(10), 12(10), 0(2), 1(2),
DNB, DNB, DNB, DNB, 1/18(2), 0/19(3),
Stephan Myburgh-
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, DNB, 
Open, 40(69), 7(14), 17(11), 23(22), 1(1), DNB, 20(10),
Max O’Dowd – Right Arm Off-break
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
8(14), 83(102), 114(NA), 2(6), 59(81), 86(119)
0/11(1), DNB, 1/25(5), 2/8(2), DNB ,DNB
Musa Ahmad –
Open, Open, Open, Open
5(25), 40(15), 60(78), 19(52)
0/9(2), DNB, DNB, DNB
BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 6, Runs – 178, Avg – 44
(Domestic matches Stats & Scores)
ALL-ROUNDER :
Pieter Seelaar (c) – Left Arm Orthodox
BAT – 2dwn, 2dwn, DNB, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn
BAT – 21(56), 0(3), DNB, 12(22), 7(6), 17(NA)
BOWL – 0/12(3), 0/37(6), 0/8(2), DNB, DNB, 1/13(4)
Bas de Leede-
BAT – 4dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 2dwn, Open,
BAT – 0(5), 1(3), 0(8), 0(1), 17(19), 31(18)*,  
BOWL – 0/14(3), 1/17(4), 0/21(3), 2/67(10),
Logan van Beek-
BAT – 4dwn, 6dwn, DNB, 6dwn, 6dwn, 
BAT – 10(21), 24(21), DNB, 59(76)*, 1(4),
BOWL – 0/32(9), 1/25(6+1M), 1/17(3+1M), 1/34(10), 2/79(9),
Saqib Zulfiqar – Left Arm Orthodox
BAT – 5dwn, 2dwn, 6dwn, 3dwn
BAT – 12(26), 0(4), 1(4), 31(49)
BOWL – 0/9(1), 1/49(7), DNB, 0/9(1)
BOWLER : 
Philippe Boissevain-
1/49(8), 1/26(3), 1/5(2), 3/46(10), 4/35(10), 3/57(10), 2/12(4), 6/34(9)
Vivian Kingma-
2/23(8), 3/21(6+1M), 3/5(2+3M), 2/55(9+1M), 2/6(5), 2/25(9), 1/40(10), 1/31(9), 2/39(10)
Timm Van Der Gugten – Right Arm Medium Fast
0/49(7), 1/42(9), 1/36(7), 2/63(9+1M)
Fred Klaasen – Left Arm Fast Medium
0/38(4+1M), 2/53(10), 2/29(9+1M), 0/52(8+1M)
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 ‍Ireland  

Wicket Keeper :
Lorcan Tucker –
2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn,
18(16), 58(52), 14(43), 3(12), 10(18),
BAT – Match – 48, Innings – 43, Runs – 1152, Avg – 30
Stephen Doheny –
Open, Open, 1dwn, Open, 1dwn,
11(14), 5(12), 13(29), 12(22), 0(7),
BAT – Match – 17, Innings – 14, Runs – 352, Avg – 27
BATSMAN :
Kevin O’Brien –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open,
4(14), 39(47), 38(30)*, 0(1), 37(47), 
William Porterfield-
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open,
33(35), 73(97), 3(17), 0(7), 11(35),
Andrew Balbirnie (captain) –
1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
85(110), 5(6), 2(10)*, 126(151), 5(10),
Paul Stirling – Right Arm Off-break
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, 
30(26), 16(16)+1/21(5), 64(26), 17(18),
Harry Tector – Right Arm Off-break
2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn,
47(63), 20(31), 0(5), 57(50)*, 2(7),
DNB, 0/26(4), 0/20(3), DNB, DNB,
ALL-ROUNDER :
Andrew McBrine –
(Domestic LA Matches Scores- Wil Bat in Lower order for International Matches)
BAT – 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn
BAT – 23(39), 32(53), 38(67)
BOWL – 2/39(10), 2/36(9), 1/43(10),
Mark Adair – Right Arm Fast Medium
BAT – 5dwn, 5dwn, 5dwn, 5dwn, 1dwn,
BAT – 13(10), 12(9), 25(23)*, 36(35)*,
BOWL – 0/19(5+1M), 2/33(9+1M), 1/46(7+2M), 2/57(9+1M), 3/27(5+1M),
Simi Singh – Right Arm Off-break
BAT – 4dwn, 4dwn, ABN, 4dwn, 4dwn,
BAT – 2(5), 5(10), ABN, 1(3), 38(39),
BOWL – 1/34(10), DNB, 1/36(6), 1/29(5), 1/31(9+1M), 1/30(8),
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Graeme McCarter – Right Arm Medium Fast
BAT – 7dwn, DNB, 6dwn
BAT – 23(16), DNB, 3(7)
BOWL – DNB, 1/26(6), 6/32(10), 2/36(2)
BOWLER :
Gareth Delany –
Open, Open, 6dwn, 5dwn
16(9), 6(11), 7(13), 6(24)
1/41(10), ABN, 1/63(10), 0/38(6),
George Dockrell –
3dwn, 3dwn, ABN, 3dwn, 3dwn,
67(99), 88(86), ABN, 58(83), 17(12),
2/37(10), 0/20(4), 0/17(2), 0/15(2), DNB,
Josh Little – Left Arm Medium Fast
1/38(10), 1/37(7+2M), 2/26(5), 1/61(7), 1/56(10),
Barry McCarthy – Right Arm Medium Fast
1/42(7), 6/39(10), 2/18(4+1M), 3/64(9+1M)
Craig Young – Right Arm Fast Medium
2/42(9+1M), 4/55(10), 1/34(6+1M), 1/13(4), 2/37(9+1M)
Peter Chase – Right Arm Medium Fast
1/33(5+1M), 1/23(7+1M), 0/28(4), 0/41(7),
Graeme McCarter – Right Arm Medium
DNB, 1/26(6), 6/32(10), 2/36(5+2M), 1/30(9+1M) 2/27(6+4M),
BOWL – Over – 158, Wkt – 24, Sr – 40
Ben White – Legbreak
DNB, 2/53(10), 1/38(10), 3/16(6), 0/17(2),
BOWL – Over – 33, Wkt – 2, Sr – 99
David O’Halloran – Right Arm Medium Fast
4/44(7), 1/19(5+1M), 1/21(2), 0/23(8), 2/20(8), 0/31(8)

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 ℹ️ Match Finished 

Toss: NED choose to bat First
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 Other C & VC Options: 

Vivian Kingma- 
Kingma’s recent form makes him a perfect pick for the fantasy team. He picked up 5 wickets at an average of just 8.80 in the last series against Scotland.
ODI Career: Wkts 7, Bowl Avg. 21
Paul Stirling- 
The explosive opener can take the game from the opposition in no time. If he stays on the wicket, he will enjoy the sunny conditions and can get a big score here.
ODI Career: Runs 4697, Avg. 39
Stirling vs NED: Runs 286, Avg. 47
Craig Young- 
The fast bowler will enjoy bowling with the new ball. After the retirement of Boyd Rankin, he is seen as someone who can extract some extra pace and bounce from the pitch.
ODI Career: Wkts 37, Bowl Avg. 27

 Make necessary changes if any player absent 

*Above GL Team Guide Images for Guide only. 
*You can make necessary changes as per your choice. 
*Above Team maybe Highly risky so play at your own risk. 
*for final team check here in the last 15mins of the match deadline. 

*You can also make some other combination by changing 1-2 players with help of Team Guide.

Best of Luck.

 Disclaimer: > Fantasy Cricket is a game of skill and luck is also very much important to win the grand league in dream11 or any other fantasy cricket leagues. We have covered the skill part.


> We have mentioned the expected playing 11 as per our cricket knowledge. You can change the fantasy team once the playing 11 is out.

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