The first game of the three-match ODI series between Netherlands and West Indies will be played at the VRA Cricket Ground in Amstelveen on Tuesday, May 31. The match will start at 2:30 PM IST.
Netherlands vs West Indies odds for the 1st ODI
West Indies: 1.10
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Netherlands vs West Indies recent form
Netherlands’ most recent outing in ODI cricket was in April 2022 when they locked horns with a mighty New Zealand. And as one might have predicted, they were humbled 0-3. Before that, they took on Afghanistan in a three-match ODI series which they lost 0-3 as well.
Interestingly, Netherlands’ last win in the 50-overs format dates back to June 2021 when they completed a 3-0 clean sweep over Ireland.
Like the Netherlands, West Indies, too, have lost each of their last two ODI series. This includes a 0-3 defeat against India in February 2022 and a surprise 1-2 defeat against Ireland in January.
Netherlands: L, L, L, L, L, W
West Indies: L, L, L, L, L, W
Netherlands vs West Indies head-to-head
Netherlands and West Indies have played just two ODI matches against each other in the past and the latter has won both of them. One of those meetings came during the World Cup qualifier in 2018. West Indies scored 309/6 in a rain-affected match and won the game by 54 runs through the DLS method.
Netherlands vs West Indies prediction and cricket betting tips for 1st ODI
While the teams haven’t really enjoyed a great run of form in 50-overs cricket, West Indies’ experience will play a big role in the first ODI on Tuesday. Although the team is missing quite a few first-team regulars like Jason Holder and Shimron Hetmyer, they still have enough firepower to walk out victorious.
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