Holland v Germany Nations League betting preview and tips
The top two teams in Euro 2020 qualifying Group C clash at the Johan Cruyff Arena, with Netherlands having famously gotten the better of Germany recently when landing victory in their Nations League group.
The Dutch claimed a 3-0 victory over Die Mannschaft at exactly the same stadium on 13 October, with Ronald Koeman’s side really announcing that they were back as a European force after previously missing out on the 2018 World Cup.
Since then, they have drawn 1-1 away to Belgium before beating France at home and then coming from two goals down in Gelsenkirchen to qualify for the Nations League finals.
The squad boast arguably the world’s best central defender in Virgil van Dijk while his Liverpool team-mate Gini Wijnaldum provides the Netherlands with a strong spine and there is more experience in the form of Daley Blind and Kevin Strootman.
There are also two young Ajax midfielders who are destined for a big career and we should expect more from Frenkie de Jong and Donny van de Beek who have both already enjoyed a handful of appearances at the tender age of 21.
As for Germany, the FA keep the faith with Jogi Low despite a dismal showing at the 2018 World Cup and then relegation being suffered in the Nations League. It has caused the manager to have something of a clearout.
There were three uncapped players called up to the latest squad, with Nico Schulz, Serge Gnabry, Kai Havertz and Jonathan Tah among the other players with just a handful of caps for their national side.
Incredibly it means that 24-year-old Joshua Kimmich is the third most capped player in the German squad behind Manuel Neuer and captain Toni Kroos, with Germany attempting a rebuild job which might take some time.
With this in mind, we’re happy to side with the Dutch to land a victory and we can back them on the Asian Handicap meaning we get our money back should the game end all square.
Netherlands @ 2.40 with bet365