FANTASY Dashboard - Championship Week - Match 2 - Dream11 European Cricket Championship - T10 CRICKET LIVE

NED XI Group StageTimeline: W W W W W W L W NR W (Avg Score For 130, Avg Score Against 92) 

SPA Group StageTimeline: LW NR W W W L W L W L (Avg Score For 119, Avg Score Against 113) 



Captain: Sebastiaan Braat

Wicketkeeper: Ratha Alphonse

Projected Top Order: Musa Nadeem AhmadClayton FloydBoris GorleeSebastiaan Braat

Projected Opening Bowlers: Vivian KingmaRyan Klein

Spin Options: Clayton FloydJulian de Mey

Coach: Pierce Fletcher



Sebastiaan Braat, skipper with six T20 international matches to his name. A dynamic, fast bowling all-rounder with vast experience facing top quality opposition. Hasn’t enjoyed much opportunity to impress with the bat, but has managed 129 runs in nine innings at a SR of 235. Has picked up 11 wickets with the ball including a best return of 3-10.

Boris Gorlee, young, up and coming talent, has represented the Dutch under-19 team, mustered an unbeaten 55 off 29 balls to bag his first man of the match award vs Romania. Third highest scorer for NED XI racking up 172 runs in eight innings.

Musa Nadeem Ahmadstar batsman, the left hander is the second highest run scorer for NED XI hammering 196 runs in nine knocks at a strike rate of 228. Has also picked up a couple of wickets and is a good outfielder.

Clayton Floyd, talented all-rounder and canny left-arm spinner. Mustered 115 off just 35 balls vs Romania in Week 2 racking up an historic first ever T10 international hundred. His knock included 15 towering maximos. Top scorer for NED XI amassing 245 runs in eight innings and is the joint top wicket taker for his side picking up 12 wickets.

Julian De Mey, slow left arm orthodox, highly effective in the middle overs, joint top wicket taker for NED XI scalping 12 wickets in 10 games including a best return of 3-12.

Ryan Klein, right arm fast bowler, became only the second bowler to take a T10 international HAT-TRICK - scalping 3-14 vs Austria. Has taken a total of EIGHT wickets in nine games.


Captain: Christian Munoz-Mills

Wicketkeeper: Awais Ahmed

Projected Top Order: Awais Ahmed, Hamza Saleem, Jack Perman, Yasir Ali

Projected Opening Bowlers: Atif MehmoodAdeel Raja

Spin Options: Jack Perman, Yasir Ali

Coach: Dave Gelling


SPAIN Key Players:

Kuldeep Lal, has caught the eye in ECS comps over the last two seasons for his all-round performances. Second highest wicket taker for SPA scalping 12 wickets in 10 games with a best return of 3-6. Scored an entertaining 46 off 20 balls opening the innings vs BEL to bag his first man of the match award of the tournament.

Hamza Saleem, Prodigiously talented all-rounder, who made his international debut in the recent T20 Series win over Germany. Can make things happen with the ball and a quality left-hand bat, who can clear the fence with ease. Top scorer in Group A racking up 226 runs in 10 innings including three man of the match awards, showcasing his exquisite hitting. Plundered an unbeaten 65 off 28 balls vs Sweden in the second qualifier.

Awais Ahmed, destructive wicket keeper batsman, likes to take control of the game from ball one, third highest scorer for SPA racking up 170 runs in 10 innings including a quickfire 45 off 18 balls vs Norway.

Zulqarnain Haider, right arm pacer, has been impressive with the ball bowling good lines. Third highest wicket taker for Spain scalping 11 wickets in 10 games.

Jack Permanclassy top order batsman, impressed with his quick run-scoring ability in the opening week where he finished second highest scorer for SPA racking up 184 runs in eight innings.



Hosts Spain make their first Championship Week appearance alongside Group B winners Netherlands XI. SPA will be without their top wicket taker Thomas Vine and might struggle to pick up wickets in the death overs. NED XI are a strong side, winning nine off their 10 games in Week 2 and will start strong favourites.


Match Prediction: Netherlands XI (NED XI) to win at a canter.



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