NED vs IRE | 2nd ODI Match | 04-06-2021 14:00 |1|1|Preview & Guide Added | Match Finished

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

 Match:  NED vs IRE 2nd ODI Match Prediction  
 Time:   04 June, 02:00 PM (IST)  

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


 Info: 

  • Although Timm van der Gugten top scored for Netherlands with a crucial 49 from number 9 in the batting order in the first ODI, Max O’Dowd again looked assured at the top of the order. With the ball, captain Pieter Seelar led the way with 3-27 from his 9 overs.
  • Paul Stirling continued his impressive form in 2021 with a 112 ball 69 to take his average to 97.80 in this format this year. With the ball Craig Young and Joshua Little took 3 wickets each in the Ireland defeat.
  • With the gloves, Lorcan Tucker took two catches but only contributed 8 runs from 21 balls with the bat. For Netherlands, Scott Edwards made an 11-ball 1 run and did not take any catches in the game.
 Live Streaming
Live Streaming: The 2nd ODI Match will start at 02:00 PM IST and will be streamed live on Fancode.

 Weather & Pitch Report
⛅ Weather:
High of 26 with a good chance of some showers as the afternoon progresses.
🏟️ Pitch:
Runs were hard to come by on Wednesday with only William Porterfield and Andrew Balbirnine able to post a score with a strike-rate over 100.
 Toss Prediction
Netherlands won the toss and chose to bat first in the first ODI. We expect whichever captain to call correctly to choose to bat first and set an imposing total.

 Winning Chances: 

Who will win today match: NED vs IRE 2nd ODI Match Fantasy Team
Ireland looked in control for the most part of the match but lost crucial stages. After having the Dutch reeling at 53-5, they allowed them to get to 195 which proved to be tricky enough on a pitch helpful to the bowlers. Meanwhile, it is an excellent opportunity for Netherlands to register a series win over a Test playing nation. Their bowlers are looking in good form while credit must go to skipper Seelaar for leading the team brilliantly. Some crucial World Cup Super League points are on stake here. Ireland will start as favorites for NED vs IRE Today Match Prediction and expect them to bounce back strongly.

 Recent Form: 

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

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


 Team NEWS: 

 NED Team News: 
  • Although they posted a below par score, Netherlands will be elated that they managed to keep Ireland’s score to one run less than their total. There were no major weaknesses in the home side XI and we expect them to keep faith with the same players in this game.
 IRE Team News: 
  • With a team packed with experience, Ireland will have been bitterly disappointed to lose the first ODI from a very winnable position. However, this makes this second ODI even more important and we expect to see them keep faith with the same group of players.
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 NED Predicted11 

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

Paul Stirling
William Porterfield
Andy Balbirnie (c)
Harry Tector
Lorcan Tucker (wk)
Simi Singh
George Dockrell
Craig Young
Andy McBrine
Josh Little
Barry McCarthy
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 ℹ️ Match Finished  

 C & VC Options: 

Logan van Beek- 
van Beek has been impressive with the new ball and is looking in good wicket-taking form. He is also a capable batter down the order which makes him a good option for Captain,
ODI Career: Wkts 3, Bowl Avg. 33
van Beek this series: Wkts 2, Bowl Avg. 22
Paul Stirling- 
The opener battled hard for his knock in the last game but got out at a crucial time. He is a consistent scorer at the top and will look to take his side home this time.
ODI Career: Runs 4766, Avg. 39
Stirling this series: Runs 69, Avg. 69
Andy Balbirnie- 
The Irish skipper missed out in the last game but he has been an excellent No. 3 for the team. He will be expected to play a captain’s innings here.
ODI Career: Runs 2126, Avg. 21
Balbirnie this series: Runs 4, Avg. 4

 NED Key Players: 

 Max O’Dowd: 
The opener was going along nicely with 23 from 25 balls before being trapped lbw by Simi Singh. He won’t be content with that score and we can expect more runs on Friday. 

 Timm van der Gugten: 
The fast-medium bowler sent down 3 maidens and took the crucial wicket of Paul Striling. He was also Netherlands’ top scorer with the bat.

 Pieter Seelar: 
The captain led by example with the ball after contributing a 2-ball duck with the bat. His 2 wickets in the 47th over swung the game in his team’s favour.

 IRE Key Players: 

 Paul Stirling: 
Only three other players made double figure scores for Ireland so his 69 stood out. Although his strike-rate could improve, don’t expect him to change his approach too much in this match. 


 William Porterfield: 
After being recalled to the side, the opener contributed only 5 runs from as many balls. This is a time for experience and we expect to see a healthy score from Porterfield in this fixture.

 Joshua Little : 
Wednesday’s game was only his 8th ODI but he still chipped in with 3 important wickets and came within a whisker of batting his side to victory. He can contribute with bat and ball.

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 Team Forms: 

 NED Team Form: 
Two wins from their three ODIs this year shows decent form from the hosts. Another win in this game and we can begin to speak of them as a genuine contender for qualification for the 2023 World Cup.

 IRE Team Form: 
Ireland have now lost 4 consecutive ODIs and need to halt this poor run of form as soon as possible. However, the showed they are not far away from turning a defeat into a win.

 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) –
4dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 6dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 
1(11), 56(66), 4(11), 9(15), 36(31)*, 11(26), 
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, 1dwn, 2dwn,
6(8), 0(1), 10(10), 7(8), 5(10), 12(10), 0(2), 
DNB, DNB, DNB, DNB, 1/18(2), 0/19(3),
Stephan Myburgh-
Open Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, DNB,  20(30), 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, Open
23(25), 8(14), 83(102), 114(NA), 2(6), 59(81),
DNB, 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 – 3dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, DNB, 2dwn,
BAT – 0(2), 21(56), 0(3), DNB, 12(22), 7(6),
BOWL – 3/27(8+1M), 0/12(3), 0/37(6), 0/8(2),
Bas de Leede-
BAT – 4dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 2dwn, Open,
BAT – 0(5), 1(3), 0(8), 0(1), 17(19), 31(18)*,  
BOWL – 0/4(1), 0/14(3), 1/17(4), 0/21(3), 2/67(10),
Logan van Beek-
BAT – 6dwn, 2dwn, 4dwn, 6dwn, DNB,
BAT – 29(48), 21(59),  10(21), 24(21), DNB, 
BOWL – 2/44(9+1M), 0/32(9), 1/25(6+1M), 1/17(3+1M), 1/34(10), 2/79(9),
Saqib Zulfiqar – Left Arm Orthodox
BAT – 5dwn, 5dwn, 2dwn, 6dwn, 3dwn
BAT – 23(54), 12(26), 0(4), 1(4), 31(49)
BOWL – 0/16(2), 0/9(1), 1/49(7), DNB, 0/9(1)
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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
7dwn
49(53)
1/25(6+3M), 0/49(7), 1/42(9), 1/36(7), 2/63(9+1M)
Fred Klaasen – Left Arm Fast Medium
1/28(10), 0/38(4+1M), 2/53(10), 2/29(9+1M), 0/52(8+1M)
Brandon Glover – Right Arm Medium Fast
1/46(8+1M), 1/37(10), 0/22(4), 0/19(5)

 ‍Ireland  

Wicket Keeper :
Lorcan Tucker –
4dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn,
8(21), 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, Open,
5(5), 33(35), 73(97), 3(17), 0(7), 11(35),
Andrew Balbirnie (captain) –
1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
4(3), 85(110), 5(6), 2(10)*, 126(151), 5(10),
Paul Stirling – Right Arm Off-break
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open,
60(112), 30(26), 16(16)+1/21(5), 64(26),
Harry Tector – Right Arm Off-break
2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn,
0(3), 47(63), 20(31), 0(5), 57(50)*, 2(7),
DNB, 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 – 6dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn
BAT – 17(32), 23(39), 32(53), 38(67)
BOWL – 1/31(8+1M), 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 – 5dwn,  4dwn, 4dwn, ABN, 4dwn,
BAT – 45(69),  2(5), 5(10), ABN, 1(3), 38(39),
BOWL – 1/28(7+3M), 1/34(10), DNB, 1/36(6), 1/29(5), 1/31(9+1M), 1/30(8),
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)
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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, 3dwn, ABN, 3dwn, 3dwn,
11(38), 67(99), 88(86), ABN, 58(83), 17(12),
0/19(3), 2/37(10), 0/20(4), 0/17(2), 0/15(2), DNB,
Josh Little – Left Arm Medium Fast
3/32(9+1M), 1/38(10), 1/37(7+2M), 2/26(5), 1/61(7), 1/56(10),
Barry McCarthy – Right Arm Medium Fast
0/48(8), 1/42(7), 6/39(10), 2/18(4+1M), 3/64(9+1M)
Craig Young – Right Arm Fast Medium
3/34(9+1M), 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: Netherland won the toss & elected to Bat birst.
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 Other C & VC Options: 

Logan van Beek- 
van Beek has been impressive with the new ball and is looking in good wicket-taking form. He is also a capable batter down the order which makes him a good option for Captain,
ODI Career: Wkts 3, Bowl Avg. 33
van Beek this series: Wkts 2, Bowl Avg. 22
Paul Stirling- 
The opener battled hard for his knock in the last game but got out at a crucial time. He is a consistent scorer at the top and will look to take his side home this time.
ODI Career: Runs 4766, Avg. 39
Stirling this series: Runs 69, Avg. 69
Andy Balbirnie- 
The Irish skipper missed out in the last game but he has been an excellent No. 3 for the team. He will be expected to play a captain’s innings here.
ODI Career: Runs 2126, Avg. 21
Balbirnie this series: Runs 4, Avg. 4

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