England 248-2 (Roy 101*; Buttler 85*) beat Netherlands 244 (Edwards 64, de Leede 56, O'Dowd 50, Willey 4-26) by eight wickets

Jason Roy and Jos Buttler put on an unbroken sixteen to take the 3rd wicket in only 20.1 overs. Jason Roy made an 86-ball 100

England hit a record of 245 overs in 30.1 overs to secure the 3-0 win over the Netherlands on the field in Amstelveen and take the World Cup Super League.

David Willey was the star of the England attack, scoring 4 for 36. He returned to clean up the lower order.

Roy was knocked off twice, at 51, by Edwards from Aryan Dutt. Then, inexplicably, on the 75th, Fred Klaassen, playing his first game in the series. 

England had started at a rapid pace. A nip-backer also bowled Phil Salt to score 49 off just 30 balls. Dawid set up on an off-stump only to have his legs.

England hit a record of 245 overs in 30.1 overs to secure the 3-0 win over the Netherlands on the field in Amstelveen and take the top spot in the World Cup Super League.

Buttler was able to spin after drinks, and It was Livingstone who took out the set that O'Dowd was playing for 50 after O'Dowd had posted the 68-ball half-century. 

The last ball of the third over caused an edged top push off Tom Cooper, but Liam Livingstone threw it away in the sun and pulled it away from the catch.

The Netherlands were longer than 10 overs with any boundaries in the middle of the overs, although both batters turned effectively. 

Roy Buttler and Buttler - batted with each other in an ODI only three times - continued to take on and hit every bowler the Netherlands employed.