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Netherlands v Northern Ireland betting preview
Netherlands have won their last 14 games held in RotterdamNetherlands enjoyed a double victory against Germany (4-2) and Estonia (0-4) last month. Manager Ronald Koeman put his men back on track after losing 3-2 at home to Germany in their second qualifier. The Dutch are now third in the Group C, three points shy of Germany and Northern Ireland but they have a game in hand. The Oranje also finished second in last year’s Nations League, showing their a completely different team from the one that missed out on both Euro 2016 and World Cup 2018. This is the first of two meetings between the teams in the next month.
Jeroen Zoet and Davy Propper have withdrawn from the home squad due to respective groin and hamstring injuries. Marten De Roon should be handed the third spot in midfield alongside Gini Wijnaldum and Frenkie de Jong. Up front, the youngster Donyell Malen is likely to partner Ryan Babel and Memphis Depay, with Quincy Promes viable alternative for Koeman. Elsewhere Joel Veltman and Denzel Dumfries are vying for the starting spot at right-back.
Northern Ireland won their opening 4 games of the campaign but lost to Germany last time outNorthern Ireland are joint-top with Germany, three points above the Netherlands. They have proven incredibly tough to beat under Michael O’Neill having conceded just four goals in six matches coming into this clash. Anyway, the Green and White Army are fresh of a disappointing defeat at the hands of Germany (2-0) last month. They had just 26% of the ball and lost the shot count 21-5. As to direct encounters, Northern Ireland have drawn twice and lost twice on their four previous visits to the Netherlands and failed to score in four of their last 6 games against the Oranjes.
Norwich's Jamal Lewis has beeng forced out by injury leaving just Jonny Evans of Leicester and Watford’s Craig Cathcart as top-flight players available. Conor Washington is expected to get the nod over Josh Magennis and Kyle Lafferty up front although Michael O'Neill has added Linfield forward Shayne Lavery to his squad for this trip. Former Scotland Under-21 winger Matty Kennedy could be in line for a debut after switching his international allegiance.
Netherlands v Northern Ireland Starting Lineups Netherlands (4-3-3): Cillessen; Veltman, De Ligt, Van Dijk, Blind; De Jong, Wijnaldum, De Roon; Malen, Babel, Depay
Northern Ireland (4-5-1): Peacock-Farrell; Dallas, Cathcart, J. Evans, Lewis; McNair, Saville, Davis, C. Evans, McNair, McGinn; Washington
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