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Netherlands v Germany betting preview
Netherlands have only lost just twice in 17 matchesNetherlands opened their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a 4-0 hammering of Belarus on Thursday. Ronald Koeman’s men have won eight of their last nine matches on home turf. Plus, Since losing 1-0 to England in Koeman’s first game at the helm, the Oranje have won all four home games by a combined score of 11-1, including 2-0 and 3-0 wins over France and Germany. The second defeat was a 2-1 loss to France last September in a Nations League clash. As to direct encounters, these sides last met in November as they played out a 2-2 draw in Germany
Kenny Tete is unlikely to feature after suffering a hamstring injury on Thursday while Denzel Dumfries is a major doubt. As a result, Atalanta Hans Hateboer should start as right back, completing the back four with Virgil Van Dijk, Matthijs De Ligt and Danny Blind. In midfield, Marten de Roon was substituted at half-time and could be dropped on bench. The likes of Georgino Wijnaldum and Frenkie De Jong are expected to retain their berth in the middle of the park. Memphis Depay will lead the line again after scoring a brace against Serbia, with Ryan Babel and Steven Bergwijn out wide.
Germany have won just two of their seven matches since the World CupAfter a horrendous summer where they exited Russia 2018 before the knockout rounds, Germany endured an underwhelming Nations League campaign, being relegated from their top-tier group which included France and Netherlands. Die Mannschaft prepared for this clash by drawing 1-1 with Serbia in a friendly. They failed to win any of their four Nations League matches, and away from home they have now lost three matches on the bounce. Joachim Low's men fell to a heavy loss in their last visit to Amsterdam as they fell to a 3-0 defeat at the Johan Cruyff Arena in October’s Nations League tie. That result
Joachim Low has decided to make a fresh start with a youthful squad. As a result the likes of Jerome Boateng, Matts Hummels, and Thomas Muller have been overlooked. Timo Werner did not exactly take his chance against Serbia and could lose his place to Marco Reus up top, while Leroy Sane and Serge Gnabry should flank the Dortmund star. Lukas Klostermann and Marcel Halstenberg are likely to start as wing backs, while Joshua Kimmich and Toni Kroos are expected to feature from the off in the middle of the park. Antonio Rudiger, Matthias Ginter and Niklas Sule will form the three man backline of the 3-4-3 starting system.
Netherlands v Germany Starting Lineups Netherlands (4-3-3): Cillessen; Hateboer, Van Dijk, De Ligt, Blind; De Roon, De Jong, Wijnaldum; Bergwijn, Depay, Babel
Germany (3-4-3): Neuer; Rudiger, Sule, Ginter; Klostermann, Kimmich, Kroos, Halstenberg; Gnabry, Reus, Sane
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