NZ vs NED Dream11 Prediction: A historic series for the Netherlands reaches its penultimate game as New Zealand is all set to take on the Dutch in the 2nd ODI in Hamilton. New Zealand comfortably took the first game home easily on the back of debutant Blair Tickner’s four wickets and Will Young’s unbeaten century. This was New Zealand’s 10th victory in bilateral ODI’s in their past 11 matches. For the Netherlands, it was their fourth consecutive loss in the past 7 games, having lost their last series against Afghanistan 3-0.
Fixture Name: 2nd ODI, New Zealand vs Netherlands
Competition: New Zealand vs Netherlands ODI
Date: 2 April, 2022
Time: 6:30 AM IST
Ground: Seddon Park, Hamilton
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Seddon Park, the venue for the second ODI has been known for its evenly poised battle between bat and ball. The average ODI score in the 33 games at the venue batting first is 245. The team chasing at Seddon Park have won 22 games compared to the 11 won by the team batting first. Both captains will be looking to bowl first. Picking more all-rounders and bowlers will be beneficial for your Dream 11 teams.
Colin de Grandhomme
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Ross Taylor Stats in ODI
Arguably New Zealand’s greatest-ever batsman will be hanging up his boots once this series comes to a close. His white-ball record speaks for itself and it will be a moment to cherish if he retires with a flourish and his iconic tongue wad celebration. Playing his penultimate and 235th ODI, his average of 47.97 is among the best.
|234||8587||47.97||51/21||73, 12, 4, 7, 11|
Henry Nicholls Stats in ODI
The southpaw has had a pretty good run with the bat, scoring good runs across all formats. He continued his purple patch scoring 57 runs in the first game. Opening the batting with Martin Guptill, he will likely play the anchor, taking his innings deep and finishing with a flourish in the final overs. He is also a gun fielder, always picking up a catch or two every game.
|53||1466||36.65||12/1||10, 49, 13, 18, 57|
Matt Henry Stats in ODI
New Zealand’s bowling leader in the absence of Tim Southee and Trent Boult, Matt Henry is on the brink of a milestone. He is one wicket away from 100 ODI wickets. His numbers are phenomenal and there is no reason why he won’t turn in a fabulous performance in the second game. His strike rate is 29.55, meaning he picks up a wicket every 29 balls, a great stat to have in limited-overs.
|56||99||25.95||5.27||1/40, 1/26, 1/48, 4/27, 1/31|
Bas de Leede
Logan van Beek
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Michael Rippon Stats in ODI
Hands down the best Dutch player during the first game in Mount Maunganui, Michael Rippon scored a fifty and also picked up 2 wickets. He will look to continue his impressive form in the second ODI as well. He could be the player to look out for and a potential captaincy candidate for your Dream 11 teams.
|7||138||12||2/0||51 and 3/23, 3 and 2/46, 67 and 2/32|
Logan van Beek Stats in ODI
The right-arm quick was the only other Dutch bowler to pick a wicket in the first game. He has started his international career well, picking up 8 wickets in his first 6 games at a miserly economy rate of 4.1. He could be in the wickets once again in Hamilton and could play a part in the Netherlands upsetting the Kiwis.
|6||8||24.75||4.1||2/44, 1/34, 3/29, 1/34|
Max O’Dowd Stats in ODI
For the Netherlands to level the series, they will need to fire with the bat no matter when they bat. And for them to fire, Max O’Dowd has to get going. His average of 49 is brilliant, and to go with a strike rate of 73.45 is nothing short of impressive. He has 3 fifties and will look to get a fourth in just 10 games.
|9||343||49||3/0||23, 36, 36, 9, 4|
According to the New Zealand vs Netherlands today match prediction, New Zealand are the favourites to win this match.
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Wicket-keeper: Tom Latham
Batsmen: Will Young, Henry Nicholls, Max O’Dowd
All-rounders: Michael Rippon, Colin de Grandhomme, Pieter Seelar
Bowlers: Matt Henry, Blair Tickner, Phillippe Boissevain, Kyle Jamieson
For Small League, Head to Head Contests: Will Young, Pieter Seelar
For Grand League: Michael Rippon, Matt Henry
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