The Netherlands went all the way to the Nations League Final last season, only to suffer a narrow 1-0 defeat to Portugal. The Dutch topped a particularly different Group A1 that included both France and Germany and managed to secure two wins, one draw and just a single defeat.
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In the Nations League Semi-Finals, the Netherlands needed extra time to defeat England 3-1 but their luck ran out against the Portuguese.
Where and when is Netherlands v Poland being played?
The match is played on 4th September 2020 at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam. Kick off time is 19:45.
Poland also participated in the Nations League A last time out but finished bottom of the Group A3 behind Italy and the eventual winners Portugal, failing to win a single game in the process. Netherlands and Poland have locked horns 15 times over the years and it’s the Dutch that edge the head to head record with 6 wins, 6 draws and just 3 defeats.
The visitors are without star striker Robert Lewandowski.
The hosts haven’t called upon the services of experienced utility man Daley Blind but are packed with talent and experience throughout their squad.
Jasper Cillessen (56 caps), captain Virgil van Dyjk (33 caps), vice-captain Georginio Wijnaldum (62-caps), and forward Memphis Depay (51 caps) provide the impressive spine of this side, who will no doubt be one of the favourites to win the tournament.
There is no Robert Lewandowski for the visitors as the world-class striker enjoys a well-earned rest after another impressive season with Bayern Munich.
The pressure is therefore on Arkadiusz Milik to score the goals in Lewandowski’s absence, with the Napoli man already netting 14 goals in 49 appearances for his country.
West Brom’s Kamil Grosicki has also made the squad along with experienced defender Kamil Glik, while Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is likely to get the nod ahead of West Ham’s Lukasz Fabianski.
We’re expecting lots of goalmouth action from this game but without Lewandoski in their side, it’s the Dutch that are more than likely to supply the majority of the goals.
Over 2.5 goals have been scored in each of the last four meetings between these two countries as well as in five of the Netherland’s and three of Poland’s last six international matches.
The hosts are unbeaten in their last six games, picking up five wins and a draw, so you can see why we have predicted a win for the hosts and over 2.5 goals to be scored in the process.