Netherlands vs. Spain Match preview
The international break is set to continue this Wednesday, with the Netherlands taking on Spain on Wednesday in a friendly match. The Dutch team will be aiming to end their poor performance in their last four games, whereby they suffered two defeats while drawing twice in the process. On the other hand, Spain’s run of fifteen matches undefeated was put to a halt for the very first time.
- Less than two goals have been scored in the last five matches played by Netherlands home and away.
- Spain has registered three clean sheets in their last five home and away matches.
- Dutch has registered only one win in the last five played matches
- Spain has won twice, drawn twice, and lost once in the last five played matches.
- Dutch in their last four UEFA National League won once, drew twice, and lost once.
Netherlands vs. Spain Head to Head
The pair have met twice in World Cup, on 11-7-2020 where Spain carried the day with a 1-0 victory. The two teams then met again in June 2014, where the Netherlands seemed to revenge mercilessly by thrashing Spain 5-1.
Again they met in an International friendly and Netherlands once more seemed to have the upper hand by registering another 2-0 victory. The first goal netted by Stefan de Vrij 13’ and Davy Klaassen 16’.
These teams have not yet raised any course of alarm for they have no injury or suspension concerns so far.
Netherlands vs. Spain Prediction
The clash between these two has been entertaining for they are closely equal. Spain so far has played fairly well despite the loss of 1-0 against Ukraine, they will aim at redeeming themselves from that defeat. On the other hand, Dutch come to this match with some confidence because they have been beating their opponent severally and they aim to keep the streak. The host team has a slight home advantage.
Our topbets pundit is predicting a home win for this match, Betway backing the results with 3.02 odds while 1XBet is giving 3.10 odds
In the clash against these two teams, both sides have back been striving to keep a clean-sheet against each other and we expect both teams to have the same defensive mechanism, whereby we expect a No Goal.
- World Cup 11-07-2010 Netherlands 0-1 Spain
- World Cup 13-06-2019 Spain 1-5 Netherlands
- International Friendly Games 31-03-2015 Netherlands 2-0 Spain
Therefore the pair could end up registering a No both teams to score market and Betway is backing the result at 2.10 while 1Xbet has 2.055.
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