NED vs ENG Dream11 Team Prediction, Fantasy Tips: Netherlands vs England 1st ODI
The Netherlands will take on World Cup champions England in the first three ODIs at the VRA Cricket Ground in Amstelveen on Friday (June 17). England limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan said that he will manage his workload to give him the best chance of helping the team win the World Cup.
The 35-year-old, who has been battling an injury and has been in poor form recently, is expected to lead England to a successful T20 World Cup campaign in October and November, but said his 50-over It is too early to think about the title. Defense in 2023. “It’s a long way to go,” he said of the ODI World Cup.
He said, ‘I have to reach T20 first. I’m going to take it as my contribution, managing my body. At the moment, I still feel that I am contributing and still feel that I can contribute to the World Cup win. This is an important campaign for me.”
Morgan took charge of the limited-overs side in December 2014, helping them win the 50-over competition in 2019 before guiding England to the Twenty20 World Cup final two years later. He suffered a low-grade quadriceps injury after playing back in January – a consecutive game in a T20I series against the West Indies but is expected to play all three ODIs against the Netherlands next week.
Morgan said, “Some of our international games are one after the other, I did it in the West Indies where I played on Saturday, Sunday and then injured myself before the game on Wednesday.”
Netherlands vs England, 1st ODI
Venue: VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen
Date & Time: 17th June at 2.30 PM IST
Live Streaming & TV Details: Fancode
NED vs England Dream11 Prediction
Wicketkeeper: Phil Salt
Batsmen: Vikramjit Singh, Tom Cooper, Max O’Dowd, Liam Livingstone, Jason Roy
All-rounders: Sam Curran, Logan van Beekie
Bowlers: Reece Topley, Fred Klaasen, David Willey
Captain: Max O’Dowd
Vice Captain: Vikramjit Singh
NED vs England Probable Playing XI
Netherlands: Vikramjit Singh, Max O’Dowd, Moses Ahmed, Bass de Lead, Tom Cooper, Scott Edwards (wk), Peter Seelar (c), Logan van Beek, Aryan Dutt, Ryan Klein, Vivian Kingma
England: Jason Roy, Phil Salt, David Malan, Eoin Morgan (c), Liam Livingstone, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley