Netherlands entertains former World Champions Germany in the UEFA National League both sides keen to get the maximum points in Europe’s international tournament.
The Netherlands will be backing on their native support to get the job done against the regrouping football heavyweights in what will prove to be quite a task.
The Dutch will be keen to bounce back from their 2-1 frustrating loss to France in the opening fixture of the international match away from home and get the job done against the visitors.
Ronald Koeman charges have registered mixed results in their last five matches coming into the clash and will be targeting to be more consistent.
Holland has won two, lost one and drawn two of their last five matches coming into the big match.
Germany hit the road to face Netherlands hoping to put behind their disastrous World Cup poor run and get the job done in a tricky trip.
The Germans come into the clash in high spirits after beating fellow World Cup finalists Peru 2-1 in their last friendly encounter and more of the same will be in their cards.
Joachim Low charges are currently in indifferent form heading into the clash having managed two wins, suffered two defeats and registered one draw in their last five matches and the manager will be keen to see his charges return to their ruthless form.
The former World champions will relish a chance of bagging the maximum points against a credible opponent.
The home side will be counting on Olympique Marseille hitman Memphis Depay to get the job done and torment their rivals to a bitter defeat.
The visitors will be counting on their compact team display and goalscoring exploits of Bayern Munich goalkeeper Thomas Mueller to sink the home side.
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Germany has won two and three draws have been registered between the two sides in their last five matches.