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 Netherlands vs Scotland 2nd ODI Match Prediction 

 Match:  NED vs SCO 2nd ODI Match Prediction  
 Time:   20 May, 2:30 PM (IST)  

 Series:: NED vs SCO ODI 
 Venue:  Hazelaarweg – Rotterdam, Netherland. 


 Info: 

  • Max O’Dowd hit 82 from 102 balls before being run out in the final over of Netherland’s innings on Wednesday. After three innings, he sits at the top of all batting averages in ODIs on 113.50. Vivian Kingma had a crucial role with the ball in the first ODI, taking 3 wickets and only conceding 21 runs from his 7 overs.
  • Gavin Main was the most impressive Scotland bowler on Wednesday, returning figures of 2-16 from his 7 overs which included 2 maidens. Mark Watt also took 2 wickets although his 6 overs went for 29 runs. With the bat, Richard Berrington hit 41, striking 3 sixes in his 43 ball innings.
  • Both wicket-keepers took 1 catch and weren’t particularly effective with the bat in the first ODI. Matthew Cross hit 1 run from 8 balls for Scotland with Scott Edwards making only 4 from 11 balls for Netherlands.
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 Weather & Pitch Report
⛅ Weather:
High of 14 with light rain and showers forecast in Rotterdam throughout Friday.
🏟️ Pitch:
Due to the rain which held up the start of the game, the ball didn’t come off the pitch onto the batsmen at a great pace. However, with Thursday’s forecast to be dry, the pitch may have a bit more pace by Friday.

 Winning Chances: 

Who will win today match: NED vs SCO 2nd ODI Match
Max O’Dowd and Kyle Coetzer are again the batsmen expected to post the big runs for their teams.

 Recent Form: 

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

SCO: 
L,  W,   W   L,  W,   
❌ ✅ ✅ ❌ ✅  

 Team NEWS: 

 NED Team News: 
  • 18 year old off-spinner Aryan Dutt made his ODI debut in the first game and returned figures of 1-10 from his 2 overs. He also hit a useful 8 not out and will be retained in this game. Max O’Dowd will be hoping for another batsman to keep him company for longer in this match
 SCO Team News: 
  • Kyle Coetzer’s side were not far from winning the first ODI and, after such a long break in the format, should take confidence from that. Hamza Tahir and Safyaan Sharif were expensive with the ball but we expect them both to retain their places 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)
Paul van Meekeren
Vivian Kingma
Saqib Zulfiqar
Aryan Dutt
Logan van Beek
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 SCO Predicted11 

Kyle Coetzer (c) 
Matthew Cross (wk)
Calum Macleod
Richard Berrington
George Munsey
Dylan Budge
Mark Watt
Safyaan Sharif
Gavin Main
Hamza Tahir
Ali Evans
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 ℹ️ Match Finished 

 C & VC Options: 

Vivian Kingma- 
The fast bowler picked up 3 wickets in the last match as he was the one who started the Scots collapse. He can be lethal with the new ball and is a genuine wicket taker.
ODI Career: Wkts 5, Bowl Avg. 25
Calum MacLeod- 
Scotland’s most experienced batter will have the responsibility to get them to a good total. He has a decent technique to play fast bowling and has shown his worth in the past when he scored a match winning century against England.
ODI Career: Runs 2189, Avg. 37
Differential Pick:
Pieter Seelaar- 
Dutch captain is a quality allrounder and can play a crucial role in this match. He is a good middle order batter and can bowl decent left-arm spin.
ODI Career: Runs 155, Bat Avg. 11, Wkts 50, Bowl Avg. 30

 NED Key Players: 

 Max O’Dowd: 
Brilliant on Wednesday, O’Dowd needs a score of 64 to retain his place at the top of the ODI batting averages. He hit 6 boundaries in his 82 in the first ODI. 

 Vivian Kingma: 
Netherland’s standout bowler from the first game with the most wickets and the best economy rate. His figures of 3-21 are his best in international cricket.


 Logan Van Beek: 
Recorded figures of 1-25 from 7 overs on his ODI debut on Wednesday. Only Kingma had better figures for Netherlands and Van Beek will be raring to go again at international level.

 SCO Key Players: 

 Kyle Coetzer: 
The captain will be disappointed with his 16-ball 9 although he did hit 1 six. Scotland need him to set the platform at the top of the innings. 


 Richard Berrington: 
Top scored for Scotland in Wednesday’s game in an innings which included 3 sixes. Apart from Gavin Main’s cameo at the end, Berrington also had the highest strike-rate for his side.

 Safyaan Sharif: 
Scotland’s leading wicket taker was unusually expensive with his 6 overs costing 41 runs and only picking up the wicket of opener Stephan Myburgh. Expect to see a response from Sharif in this game

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 Team Forms: 

 NED Team Form: 
Wednesday’s win means that Netherlands have now won their last three ODIs. Although there were signs of rustiness and they will want more batsmen to show up, winning is a valuable habit.

 SCO Team Form: 
There is nothing like a run of games to get your form up. Perhaps if Scotland had played more matches in recent weeks they could have got over the line in this game. They will be better prepared after Wednesday’s fixture.

 SQUAD: 
 Netherlands: 

Pieter Seelaar, Tobias Visée, Ben Cooper, Max O’Dowd, Bas de Leede, Vikramjit Singh, Scott Edwards, Aryan Dutt, Philippe Boissevain, Paul van Meekeren, Vivian Kingma, Tonny Staal, Sebastiaan Braat, Julian de Mey.

 Scotland: 

Richie Berrington, Dylan Budge, Kyle Coetzer, Matthew Cross, Alasdair Evans, Michael Leask, Calum Macleod, Gavin Main, George Munsey, Adrian Neill, Safyaan Sharif, Hamza Tahir, Craig Wallace, Mark Watt.

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 MSC Frankfurt 

*All Stats & Scores are of ECS T10 Krefeld Matches, Unless Specifically mention of T10.
Wicket Keeper:
Habib Rahman –
DNB, DNB, DNB, Open
DNB, DNB, DNB, 21(13)*
Sultan Ahmad – 
Open, Open, 6dwn, 3dwn, 8dwn
18(NA), 31(NA), 9(NA), 53(NA), 0(NA)
BATSMAN :
Zabiullah Arjubi –
5dwn, 5dwn, DNB, 6dwn, 5dwn
16(28), 0(0)*, DNB, 8(6)*, 15(18)
T20 – BAT – Match – 12, Innings – 11, Runs – 112, Avg – 16
Hamza Sayed Ameer –
Open, Open, 5dwn
4(3), 23(14), 5(6)
T20 –
2dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn
1(5), 9(6), 26(14), 22(18), 37(13)
T20 – BAT – Match – 10, Innings – 10, Runs – 157, Avg – 18
Sekandar Khan –
ECS T10 Scores
1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 3dwn, 1dwn,
0(1), 18(14)*, 2(4), 0(2), 21(19)*, 10(6), 25(14), 
1/5(1), 1/9(1), DNB, 0/2(1), DNB, DNB, 0/3(1),
T20 – BAT – Match – 10, Innings – 10, Runs – 232, Avg – 46
BOWL – Match – 11, Innings – 3, Wkt – 2
Adel Khan – Right Arm Medium Fast
ECS T10 Scores
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open,
20(12)*, 7(4), 9(11)*, 11(13), 4(4), 63(32)*,
DNB, 0/8(1), 1/21(2), 0/15(2), 3/4(2), 1/24(2), 
T20 – BAT – Match – 12, Innings – 12, Runs – 217, Avg – 18
BOWL – Match – 12, Innings – 10, Wkt – 14
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ALL-ROUNDER :
Muslim Ashraf – Left Arm Orthodox
ECS T10 Scores
DNB, 3dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn
DNB, 36(14)*, 11(5), 0(3)
1/10(2), 1/17(2), 2/10(2), NA
T20 – BAT – Match – 7, Innings – 4, Runs – 60, Avg – 15
BOWL – Match – 7, Innings – 7, Wkt – 11
Qader Khan – Right Arm Medium Fast
ECS T10 Scores
2dwn, DNB, 4dwn, 3dwn, DNB, DNB, DNB,
16(6)*, DNB, 13(16), 4(7), DNB, DNB, DNB,
0/5(1), 0/13(2), 3/13(2), 1/15(2), DNB, 0/5(1), 3/16(2), 1/20(2), 2/34(2), NA, 0/35(3)
T20 – BAT – Match – 11, Innings – 8, Runs – 140, Avg – 24
BOWL – Match – 11, Innings – 9, Wkt – 13
Daud Muhammad – 
ECS T10 Scores
2dwn, 6dwn, DNB, 2dwn, DNB, 4dwn
13(5), 20(7)*, DNB, 0(1), DNB, 18(9)*
0/11(1), 0/19(2), 0/9(1), 0/16(2), 1/21(2),
T20 – BAT – Match – 11, Innings – 6, Runs – 21, Avg – 4
BOWL – Match – 11, Innings – 10, Wkt – 11
Shahid Afridi –
ECS T10 Scores
DNB, DNB, Open, Open, Open, DNB,  Open,
DNB, DNB, 41(10)*, 4(2), 50(22), DNB, 24(12),
1/3(2), 0/6(1), 0/12(1), 0/16(1), 0/3(1), 1/11(2), 
T20 – BAT – Match – 12, Innings – 12, Runs – 309, Avg – 28
BOWL – Match – 12, Innings – 12, Wkt – 16
Qutub Schebeckkhel –
DNB, DNB, 6dwn, 5dwn, Open, Open, Open,
DNB, DNB, 18(11), 12(6), 0(4), 1(5), 9(9), 0(0)
0/17(2), 0/8(2), DNB, DNB, 0/27(3), DNB,
BOWLER : 
Wasil Noori – 
2018
2/12(4+1M), DNB, 1/9(1)
Nafees Buttar-
ECS T10 Scores
2dwn, DNB, 3dwn, DNB
32(11)*, DNB, 1(2), DNB
0/10(1), 0/5(1), 1/12(2), 0/18(1.2),
T20 –
6/12(4), 3/12(4), 1/4(1), 0/19(1)
BOWL – Match – 4, Innings – 3, Wkt – 10
Sajid Khan Afridi – Right Arm Medium Fast
Open, 2dwn, 4dwn, Open, 1dwn
8(4), 12(9), 35(25), 78(25), 11(11)
0/19(2), 0/33(4), 1/17(4), 3/10(3), 0/16(2)
T20 – BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 4, Runs – 167, Avg – 42
BOWL – Match – 4, Innings – 4, Wkt – 3
Waheed Ahmed Haji –
0/11(1), 0/21(2), 1/12(2), 2/5(1+1M), 1/20(2), 3/15(4), 0/24(2), 1/36(3), 1/16(2)
T20 – BAT – Match – 5, Innings – 1, Runs – 28, Avg – 28
BOWL – Match – 5, Innings – 5, Wkt – 7
Waseem Khan — Right Arm Medium Fast
2/7(2), 1/4(1), 0/4(1), DNB, DNB, DNB, 1/18(2), 0/3(1)
BOWL – Match – 6, Innings – 5, Wkt – 3

  VfB Gelsenkirchen 

*All Stats & Scores are of ECS T10 Krefeld Matches, Unless Specifically mention of T10.
Wicket Keeper :
Swapnil Varhade –
ECS T10 Scores
Open, Open, 2dwn, 3dwn
10(9), 47(27), 1(3), 1(2)
T20 –
2dwn, 4dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 1dwn
2(12), 46(17)*, 23(26), 56(27), 28(15)*
T20 – BAT – Match – 7, Innings – 6, Runs – 178, Avg – 44
Mirwali Jabarkheel –
ECS T10 Scores
Open, Open
8(7), 4(2)
T20 –
1dwn, 1dwn, Open, 1dwn, 1dwn
3(10), 61(45), 6(15), 4(7), 65(39)
T20 – BAT – Match – 9, Innings – 8, Runs – 190, Avg – 27
Afzal Pathan –
DNB, 6dwn, 1dwn, Open, 6dwn, 6den
DNB, 8(17), 37(63), 4(12), 1(8), 0(0)*
BAT – Match – 5, Innings – 4, Runs – 50, Avg – 13
BATSMAN :
Suliman Hugakhil – Right Arm Medium
ECS T10 Scores
Open, Open, Open, Open
3(5), 24(18)*,  10(10), 32(23)
T20 –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
1(4), 7(13), 1(6), 7(9), 17(14)
2/17(4), DNB, 0/13(1), 0/7(2), DNB
T20 – BAT – Match – 9, Innings – 9, Runs – 97, Avg – 10
BOWL – Over – 9, Innings – 5, Wkt – 5,
Sivasai Yeesakonu-
ECS T10 Scores
6dwn, DNB
12(8)*, DNB
1/3(1), 0/14(1)
T20 –
2dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 2dwn
8(10), 41(23)*, 40(24), 46(48)
1/29(2), 2/8(1+1M), 0/12(3), 0/27(4)
T20 – BAT – Match – 11, Innings – 11, Runs – 234, Avg – 23
BOWL – Over – 11, Innings – 9, Wkt – 6
Ebnimin Qanee-
DNB, 1dwn, Open, DNB
DND, 5(10), 0(2), DNB
T20 – BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 2, Runs – 5
Phanish Rachuru –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
1(9), 0(0), 36(33), 51(26)*, 7(13)
T20 – BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 6, Runs – 127, Avg – 25
Mezeyn Kamal –
8dwn, DNB, DNB, 2dwn, 3dwn, 1dwn
2(3)*, DNB, DNB, 1(15), 3(9), 12(17)
DNB, 2/8(1), DNB, DNB, DNB
BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 4, Runs – 24, Avg – 10
Kamran Khan – Medium Fast
ECS T10 Scores
4dwn, DNB, 5dwn, DNB
11(13), DNB, 0(1), DNB
1/7(1), 2/7(1), DNB, 2/4(2)
T20
DNB, 3dwn, 7dwn, 6dwn, 6dwn
DNB, 8(9), 0(2), 31(16)*, 6(5)
DNB, DNB, 0/5(.2), 0/20(4), DNB
BAT – Match – 9, Innings – 6, Runs – 51, Avg – 12
BOWL – Over – 9, Innings – 4, Wkt – 0
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ALL-ROUNDER :
Arfan Malik  – Right Arm Medium Fast
ECS T10 Scores
1dwn, 1dwn, 3dwn, 2dwn
12(6), 0(0)*, 1(2), 13(10)
1/12(2), 0/4(1), 0/16(1), DNB
T20 –
2dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn
10(5), 52(29), 11(4), 63(20)
0/15(2), 0/36(3), 0/11(3), DNB
BAT – Match – 10, Innings – 8, Runs – 211, Avg – 30
BOWL – Over – 10, Innings – 8, Wkt – 7
Nihal Mattoo – Right Arm Medium Fast
6dwn, DNB, 4dwn, DNB, 6dwn, 5dwn, 4dwn
2(3), DNB, 1(2), DNB, 5(6), 1(4), 1(3)
0/4(1), 0/13(1), 1/19(3), 0/23(2), 1/8(2), 
BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 5, Runs – 29, Avg – 8
BOWL – Over – 6, Innings – 6, Wkt – 9
Arvind Raju –
Shahidullah Arman – Right Arm Off-break
ECS T10 Scores
2dwn, DNB, 4dwn, DNB
5(4), DNB, 2(5), DNB
2/9(2), 1/8(2), 1/11(2), 1/2(1)
T20 –
7dwn, 5dwn, 6dwn, 5dwn
18(11), 2(3)*, 15(16), 6(7)
1/12(2), 2/13(2), 0/12(1), 0/18(2)
T20 – BAT – Match – 9, Innings – 7, Runs – 108, Avg – 27
BOWL – Over – 9, Innings – 9, Wkt – 11
Rubesh Palaniappan – Right Arm Medium
ECS T10 Scores
5dwn, DNB, DNB, DNB
13(9), DNB, DNB, DNB
0/15(1), 1/8(2), 1/9(2), 1/9(2)
T20 –
3dwn, 4dwn, DNB, 4dwn, 3dwn
25(44), 15(14), DNB, 5(6), 0(5)
DNB, 0/16(4), 2/22(3), 2/12(2), 0/17(2)
BAT – Match – 7, Innings – 5, Runs – 45, Avg – 9
BOWL – Over – 7, Innings – 5, Wkt – 5
Sahalom Dhaly –
ECS T10 Scores
3dwn, DNB, 1dwn, 1dwn
0(3), DNB, 28(24), 37(23)*
DNB, 0/15(1), 4/3(2), DNB
T20
5dwn, 6dwn, 3dwn, DNB, 6dwn
26(24), 0(3), 1(2), DNB, 18(40)
0/27(3), 2/19(4), 1/2(1), 1/17(3), 2/20(5)
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 4, Runs – 82, Avg – 27
BOWL – Over – 4, Innings – 4, Wkt – 5
BOWLER :
Shrutarv Awasthi – Right Arm Medium
2/11(2+1M), 0/13(1), 2/3(2), 0/25(3)
T20 – BOWL – Over – 5, Innings – 5, Wkt – 4
Anil Kavi – Right Arm Off-break
0/8(1), 1/12(1), DNB, 2/13(2)
T20 – BOWL – Over – 2, Innings – 1, Wkt – 2
Vignaesh Sankaran – Right Arm Off-break
ECS T10 Scores
1/6(2), 1/10(2)
T20 –
2/19(4), DNB, DNB, 1/22(4), 0/11(1)
T20 – BOWL – Over – 5, Innings – 3, Wkt – 3
Mubashir Hussain – Right Arm Medium Fast
0/8(1+1M), 6/12(4), 2/27(3), 1/8(2)
T20 – BOWL – Over – 9, Innings – 9, Wkt – 19
Neeraj Hukeri- Right Arm Medium Fast
0/8(1), 0/13(3), 3/19(2+2M), 3/9(4)
T20 – BOWL – Over – 5, Innings – 4, Wkt – 6

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 ℹ️ Match Finished 

Toss: Netherland won the toss & elected to Bat first.

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 Other C & VC Options: 

Vivian Kingma- 
The fast bowler picked up 3 wickets in the last match as he was the one who started the Scots collapse. He can be lethal with the new ball and is a genuine wicket taker.
ODI Career: Wkts 5, Bowl Avg. 25
Calum MacLeod- 
Scotland’s most experienced batter will have the responsibility to get them to a good total. He has a decent technique to play fast bowling and has shown his worth in the past when he scored a match winning century against England.
ODI Career: Runs 2189, Avg. 37
Differential Pick:
Pieter Seelaar- 
Dutch captain is a quality allrounder and can play a crucial role in this match. He is a good middle order batter and can bowl decent left-arm spin.
ODI Career: Runs 155, Bat Avg. 11, Wkts 50, Bowl Avg. 30

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