NED vs NZ Dream11 Prediction: It won’t be wrong to state that Netherlands almost gave New Zealand a run for their money in the first T20I, but in the end the visitors held their nerves to ensure the hosts fell 16 runs short of the target.
The two teams will now square off against each other in the second and final T20I at the same venue where the first match took place. Having won the first T20I, the Blackcaps might look for some changes in the eleven to check their bench. Who could come in and who might get a rest? Let’s discuss.
Fixture Name: 2nd T20I, Netherlands vs New Zealand
Competition: Netherlands vs New Zealand T20Is
Date: 5th August
Time: 08:30 PM IST
Ground: Sportpark Westvliet, The Hauge
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New Zealand (148/7 in 20 overs) defeated Netherlands (132/10 in 19.3 overs) by 7 runs.
As we saw in the last game, seamers came into the party as the wicket was producing ample bounce and good carry through to the wicket keeper. Once again we can expect a similar sort surface especially after 24 hours of the first match.
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NED Playing 11
Bas de Leede
Logan van Beek
The opening batter will be one of the lynchpins in the batting order for Netherlands. He missed out of a decent knock in the last game, but will be a vital cog in this match.
All-rounder Bas de Leede was the top scorer in the last game and will be crucial in this match as well.
Michael Bracewell/Daryl Mitchell
Ish Sodhi/Michael Rippon
Lockie Ferguson/Jacob Duffy
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Martin Guptill was the top scorer for New Zealand in the last game with a crucial 45. Below are his T20I numbers.
Glenn Phillips has had an impressive start to his T20I career. He missed out on a big knock in the last game, but will be looking for one in this final T20I.
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WICKET-KEEPERS: Scott Edwards
BATSMEN: Martin Guptill, Finn Allen, Glenn Phillips
ALL-ROUNDERS: James Neesham, Bas de Leede
BOWLERS: Ish Sodhi, Blair Tickner, Logan van Beek, Ben Sears
For Small League, Head-to-Head contests: Martin Guptill, Ish Sodhi
For Grand League: Scott Edwards, Bas de Leede, James Neesham
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