The Netherlands have scored more than one goal in seven of their last ten home games. Only in one of the last four matches the Netherlands have not conceded. Only in one of the last six matches the Netherlands did not score against Spain. Only one of the last seven away matches Spain have not conceded.Bet Now!
The Netherlands went to a friendly match with Mexico in early October under the guidance of a new coach Frank de Boer. The 0:1 defeat to Mexico was quite unexpected and alarming, given that after that the Dutch could not beat Bosnia and Herzegovina (0:0).
In the away match with Italy, they managed to catch hold of a 1:1 draw, thanks to which the “orange” did not allow the Italians to break away. Now the Netherlands are the third in the group with five points, but Poland is the first to lose only two points.
It makes sense to note the call to the national team of Tonny Vilena from Krasnodar, as well as the return to the composition of Davy Klassen, aimed to replace Martin de Rohn.
However, life in the group did not work out easy. In the last round Spain lost unexpectedly with a score 0:1 to Ukraine, calling into question the status of the undisputed favorite of the quartet. After four rounds the Spaniards are the first in the group, but they are only one point ahead of Germany and Ukraine, which also have their own views on the first place.
There were no serious surprises in the announcement of the application for the upcoming matches. Luis Enrique, Alvaro Morata and Marcos Llorente returned to the team.
Today, both mentors are likely to use the nearest reserve. Young players will have the opportunity to show themselves and it makes sense to wait for goals scored. Neither the Dutch nor the Spaniards are reliable in defense.
We believe that the match will be productive. Forecast is a total over 2.5 goals. In BC 1xBet this outcome is offered with odds of 2.03.
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