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NET vs ENG: Netherlands decide to bowl first, David Willey will play for England

NET vs ENG: Netherlands won the toss and sent England to bat in the first of their three ODIs in Amstelveen.

NET vs ENG: Tom Cooper’s return to the Netherlands middle-order, the last ODI in 2013 was played :-

A late team change saw the return of Tom Cooper to the Netherlands middle-order, having played his last ODI in 2013. He replaced Teja Nidamanuru after last-minute submission of his paperwork.

For England, David Willey, along with Reece Topley and Sam Curran, play ahead of Bryden Cars to complete the three-man left-arm seam attack.

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Peter Seelar, “Learned a lot from the defeat against West Indies” :-

Netherlands captain Peter Seelaar said his team had learned from their 3-0 series loss to the West Indies; which ended earlier this month, in which the visiting team finished 2-0 in second place.

“It looks like a good wicket and what we’ve seen from the West Indies series is a good ground to chase,” he said.

NET vs ENG: England’s first match under coach Matthew Mott :-

England has not played an ODI since hosting Pakistan last summe; and it will be their first match under newly appointed white-ball coach Matthew Mott, who previously held the

Eoin Morgan, “If he had won the toss, he would have preferred to chase” :-

England captain Eoin Morgan said that if he had won the toss he would have chosen to chase.

“The wicket is looking good and the weather is fine so we don’t expect to see much change in conditions,” he added. “It’s great to have clarity in the direction we’re going, Mott is someone who has been fantastic around the group and he comes with a great reputation.” The game was about to start in hot and fine conditions.

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NET vs ENG: Playing XI of Netherlands :-

Netherlands: Vikramjit Singh, Max O’Dowd, Musa Nadeem, Bass de Leed, Tom Cooper; Scott Edwards (wk), Peter Seelaar (c), Logan van Beek, Shane Snater, Aryan Dutt, Philip Boisven

England’s Playing XI :-

England: Jason Roy, Phil Salt, David Malan, Eoin Morgan (c), Jos Buttler (wk), Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali; Sam Curran, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley

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