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Netherlands vs Estonia Prediction & Betting Tips, 19th November 2019

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Netherlands vs Estonia Euro 2020 Qualifiers Preview, 19th November 7.45 pm

The Netherlands have secured a spot at Euro 2020, which is something that they really needed after recent misfires in quantification for major tournaments. They get an easy game to round off with as they face Estonia who are bottom of Group C with just one point to show for their efforts. Read our Netherlands vs Estonia betting tips for more.

Netherlands vs Estonia Betting Odds*

Netherlands 1/33
Draw 16/1
Estonia 33/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 16th, 2019 at 10:24 p.m.)


Netherlands News and Form

The Dutch can take a nice deep breath of success and have no stress on their shoulders in this final group game. They secured qualification for the European Championship with a point away at Northern Ireland on the weekend. That was good enough for the Dutch as it means that the Irish cannot now overtake them. Defeat in that gamen and Northern Ireland did miss a penalty kick, and the Dutch would have been sweating a little bit.

The Netherlands are W2 L1 at home in this qualification campaign, the defeat happening against rivals Germany. The Dutch have tallied 19 goals in their 7 fixtures and have scored at least two goals in all three of their home fixtures. The Netherlands have scored at least two goals in each of their last six games played at home, competitive and friendly combined. The Netherlands have won only two of their last six European Championship home qualifiers (D1 L3).

Netherlands vs Estonia Head to Head

The Dutch are W4 D1 L0 in the head to head with Estonia
Estonia have failed to score in their two previous visits to the Netherlands
The Netherlands have scored at least two goals in all move previous games against Estonia
4 of the 5 previous meetings have ended over 3.5 goals

Estonia News and Form

A draw out on the road at Belarus is the only reward that Estonia have picked up in this campaign. It’s been tough going for them. They suffered a 1-0 loss in Ukraine on Thursday another game in which they failed to score. Estonia have netted just two goals in the qualification campaign, failing to score in five of their seven games played.

That’s how bad it has been. They have conceded at an average of exactly three goals per game as well. Estonia have taken a D1 L2 record on the road, failing to score in any of those fixtures. They are not likely going to remotely threaten the Netherlands in this one.

Netherlands vs Estonia Tips & Odds

Netherlands -3.75 Asian Handicap at 19/20
Over 4.5 goals at 11/10

* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 16th, 2019 at 10:24 p.m.)

Who will win – Netherlands vs Estonia Predictions

The Netherlands can run up a few goals here and it wouldn’t be a surprise if they covered a four-goal handicap. They have looked good in the attack in this campaign and considering that Estonia did lose 8-0 in Germany, the Dutch should be among the goals against them as well.

18th November 2019 / lee - Category: Euro Betting

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Northern Ireland vs Netherlands Prediction & Betting Tips, 16th November 2019

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Northern Ireland vs Netherlands Euro 2020 Qualifiers Preview, 16th November 7.45 pm

It is down to the wire now for Northern Ireland as they have to come up with three points in this one. Doing so would leave them level on points with the Netherlands with one game each left to play. Anything less than a win for Northern Ireland would likely see them eliminated on the night. Read our Northern Ireland vs Netherlands betting tips for more.

Northern Ireland vs Netherlands Betting Odds*

Northern Ireland 15/2
Draw 18/5
Netherlands 4/11
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 12th, 2019 at 1:18 p.m.)


Northern Ireland News and Form

Northern Ireland’s qualification hopes are not all in their own hands. They are three points behind both the Netherlands and Germany in the race for qualification. So not only are they going to have to go out and beat the Netherlands in this one, but then Northern Ireland would have to beat Germany in their final qualifier. Head coach Michael O’Neill is leaving his job to take over at Stoke. But he stays on until the end of the qualifiers.

The Irish are W4 L2 in their six matches, beating Belarus and Estonia in both respective meetings before falling to back to back losses against the Dutch and the Germans. Northern Ireland looked on course to cause a huge upset in winning in the Netherlands last time out, then looked set for a point with 10 minutes to go as the Netherlands levelled it up.

But the Dutch would go on to score twice in stoppage time to sink the Irish challenge. The defeats against the Netherlands and Germany were both by a two-goal margin. Northern Ireland were undefeated seven European Championship home qualifiers before dropping their game against Germany at Windsor Park in September.

Northern Ireland vs Netherlands Head to Head

The Netherlands earned a 3-1 home win in the first group meeting
The Dutch have won the last three meetings
Northern Ireland have scored in just one of the last three meetings
The last meeting in Belfast was in 1977 which the Irish lost 1-0

Netherlands News and Form

The Netherlands need one more win to get them to Euro 2020. They collected a narrow away win in Belarus in their last qualifier, taking them out to a four-match winning streak in the group. That started with a 4-2 away success in Germany, having lost at home against Die Mannschaft earlier in the campaign. So the Dutch are sat level with Germany on fifteen points from this campaign.

The goals have been flying around from the Dutch who are averaging just over three goals per qualifier. They have scored a total of ten goals in their three away qualifiers in this group. The Netherlands were on a six-match winless streak of away form (competitive and friendly) before the start of this qualification campaign. They have, however, won five of their last six European Championship away qualifiers (L1) and are on a four-match winning streak in such fixtures.

Northern Ireland vs Netherlands Tips & Odds

The Netherlands to win to nil at 11/10
Over 2.5 goals at 9/10

* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 12th, 2019 at 1:18 p.m.)

Who will win – Northern Ireland vs Netherlands Predictions

This is such a tough situation for Northern Ireland. They have to go for broke but have two massive games to come. They can be buoyed by nearly getting themselves a draw in the Netherlands last time out. Can they stir themselves for a big night at Windsor Park? The attacking threat of the Dutch looks too good. Away win.

14th November 2019 / lee - Category: Euro Betting

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Belarus v Netherlands Prediction & Betting Tips, 13th October 2019

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Belarus v Netherlands Euro 2020 Qualifiers Preview, 13th October 5.00pm

Belarus are out of the automatic qualification picture in Group C. This isn’t about them, it’s about the Netherlands who are in a three-way battle with Germany and Northern Ireland for one of the two automatic qualification spots. Will this be a tricky road trip for the Dutch? Read our Belarus v Netherlands betting tips for more.

Belarus v Netherlands Betting Odds*

Belarus 16/1
Draw 13/2
Netherlands 1/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 11th, 2019 at 9:12 p.m.)


Belarus News and Form

With a W1 D1 L4 record, Belarus are not going to reach Euro 2020 through the automatic qualification route. They will have a chance through the playoffs though because they won their Nations League group. In their six games, they have only scored three goals. Their campaign started with a 4-0 loss in the Netherlands, but will they be able to frustrate the Dutch back in Minsk?

Belarus have only lost two of their last seven home fixtures (W2 D3). They are without a goal in their last four on home soil though. In the group, they have only suffered narrow home losses against Germany and Northern Ireland while playing out a 0-0 draw with Estonia.

Belarus v Netherlands Head to Head

The Netherlands have won the last three meetings
Belarus beat the Netherlands at home in Euro 2008 qualification
Both teams have scored in three of the last four meetings
Six of the last seven meetings have gone over 2.5 goals

Netherlands News and Form

This isn’t about whether or not the Netherlands are going to suffer a shock upset. It’s whether they are going to break down Belarus on the night? The Dutch looked set for a 1-1 home draw against Northern Ireland on Thursday until they popped up with two goals in stoppage time to claim the win. That was their third win on the bounce, but they were far from convincing in that fixture, with Northern Ireland taking a deserved lead in the fixture.

The Netherlands are top of the group because of the head to head tiebreaker over Germany. They are on a W4 L1 record and hold the same record as Germany in goals scored and goals conceded. They aren’t in a position to drop points in a game which they should easily win. The Netherlands have won their last two road games, scoring 4 goals in each. But they were on a six-match winless streak of road form before that (D4 L2) granted against much tougher opposition than Belarus.

Belarus v Netherlands Tips & Odds

Netherlands 3-0 correct score 11/2
HT/FT Netherlands/Netherlands 8/13
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 11th, 2019 at 9:12 p.m.)

Who will win – Belarus v Netherlands Predictions

Belarus probably are not going to be able to stick out the full 90 minutes and keep the Dutch off the scoreboard. The Netherlands know that they have a job to do and aren’t likely to concede on their way to pick up three points.

12th October 2019 / lee - Category: Euro Betting

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Netherlands v Northern Ireland Prediction & Betting Tips, 10th October 2019

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Netherlands v Northern Ireland Euro 2020 Qualifiers Preview, 10th October 7.45 pm

If Northern Ireland could win this fixture, they would be in a great position to secure themselves qualification for Euro 2020. A draw out of it wouldn’t be a terrible result for them. The Irish are sat in second place in Group C, three points ahead of the Dutch but having played a game more than their opponents. Can they dig out a result on the road? Read our Netherlands v Northern Ireland betting tips for more.

Netherlands v Northern Ireland Betting Odds*

Netherlands 1/7
Draw 13/2
Northern Ireland 16/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 9th, 2019 at 3:20 p.m.)


Netherlands News and Form

The Netherlands will move ahead of Northern Ireland on the tie-breaker if they collect three points in this one. It’s a huge home fixture for them. The Dutch are sat at W3 L1 in their four games so far in the group, the one-loss happening against Germany. But they showed some character to come back and beat the Germans in their second group meeting, putting four goals past Die Mannschaft.

The Netherlands have tallied 14 goals in four group games. That is twice as many as Northern Ireland have managed in five fixtures. The Dutch have scored exactly four goals in three of their four group games so far. The Netherlands are on a poor sequence of form in home European Championship qualifiers. They are only W1 D1 L3 in their last five such games on home soil. The one win there was against Belarus. If they win this, they are in the driving seat for qualification at the expense of Northern Ireland.

Netherlands v Northern Ireland Head to Head

Northern Ireland have only beaten the Netherlands once before
The Dutch have won the last two meetings
Northern Ireland have failed to score in three of their last four against the Netherlands
This is the first meeting since 2012, a friendly

Northern Ireland News and Form

The Irish have had a good campaign, winning all four of their games against Belarus and Estonia. But then came a stiffer challenge of meeting Germany for the first time in the group and the Irish fell to a 2-0 loss in Belfast. So a response in this one against the Dutch would be huge for Northern Ireland. A victory would leave them in a great position, a draw, not too bad off. They, have to get something out of their back-to-back fixtures against the Dutch or they will be done and dusted.

Northern Ireland have won five of their last six games (competitive and friendly) but as expected the goals don’t fly in from them frequently. The Irish are undefeated in their last four away European Championship qualifiers (W3 D1) and have lost just one of their last seven on the road in such fixtures. Northern Ireland have collected a clean sheet in just one of their last five European Championship qualifiers away from Windsor Park. It’s a big one, can they hang in there and avoid defeat against the free-scoring Dutch?

Netherlands v Northern Ireland Tips & Odds

Over 3.5 goals at 11/8 odds
The Netherlands to win to nil at 4/6
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 9th, 2019 at 3:20 p.m.)

Who will win – Netherlands v Northern Ireland Predictions

The Dutch are in pretty good shape at the moment and given Northern Ireland’s misfire against Germany in their last qualifier, that leans towards this being a difficult night away from home for the Irish. The Netherlands to win to nil.

9th October 2019 / lee - Category: European Football Betting

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Germany v Netherlands Prediction & Betting Tips, 6th September 2019

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Germany v Netherlands Euro 2020 Qualifiers Preview, 6th September 7.45pm

Germany will be looking to make it four wins from four in Group C of Euro 2020 qualifying and they have already gotten the better of the Netherlands once. So this becomes a big game now for the Dutch who could see their chances of automatically qualifying for next summer’s tournament become a lot slimmer if they lose. Read our Germany v Netherlands betting tips for more.

Germany v Netherlands Betting Odds*

Germany 10/11
Netherlands 11/4
Draw 13/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on September 4th, 2019 at 3:52 a.m.)


Germany News and Form

After their World Cup 2018 and Nations League fixtures, Germany are on track to reach Euro 2020. They have won each of their three opening games of qualification, scoring thirteen goals in the process. Germany started their campaign with a 3-2 win in the Netherlands. That was a big statement from Die Mannschaft having taken just one point from their two games against the Dutch in the Nations League last year.

Germany are W4 D2 in their last six games (competitive and friendly). They are on a four match winning streak in European Championship qualifiers as well, having scored at least two goals in each of those four victories. If you dial into their home form in the European Championship qualifiers, then it makes for some impressive reading. They have won 11 of their last 13 home qualifiers (D2) and have suffered just one loss in such a fixtures since November 2016.

Germany v Netherlands Head to Head

Germany won 3-2 in the group’s first meeting
In last year’s Nations League the Dutch took four points against the Germans
Germany are W8 D11 L9 in the head to head against the Netherlands
Six of the last seven meetings have gone over 2.5 goals

Netherlands News and Form

The Netherlands are W1 L1 from their opening two games of qualification. They are playing catch up in fixtures because of their participation in the Nations League Finals, where they lost the final 1-0 to Portugal. It has been just a bit of patchy form creeping into their game recently. They are W2 D1 L2 in their last five played now. After failing to reach the World Cup 2018 that Nations League surprise group win was a huge lift for them.

They can’t afford to lose this game and have a nine point gap open between themselves and Germany as that would be a tremendous amount of ground for them to make up. The other problem for the Dutch in the group is Northern Ireland who won their opening four games. The Netherlands do though have a guaranteed place in the qualification play-offs if they can’t make the top two in Group C. That was their reward for topping their Nations League group.

Germany v Netherlands Tips & Odds

Germany to win & both teams to score at 5/2
Over 3.5 goals at 6/4
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on September 4th, 2019 at 3:52 a.m.)

Who will win – Germany v Netherlands Predictions

Germany will recognise the massive step towards qualification that they can take if they pick up three points at home against the Netherlands. We expect them to come out strongly and get the visitors under pressure. The Dutch haven’t quite been at it in their last few games. Home win, but both teams to score.

5th September 2019 / lee - Category: Euro Betting

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Netherlands v Germany Prediction & Betting Tips, 24th March 2019

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Netherlands v Germany Euro 2020 Qualifiers Preview, 24th March 7.45pm

This will be a heavyweight duel in Amsterdam as the Netherlands play host to Germany. In the Nations League, the Dutch collected a 2-0 home victory over Die Mannschaft. Will they be able to get their qualification campaign for Euro 2020 off to a flyer by producing another home success over their big rivals? Read our Netherlands v Germany betting tips for more.

Netherlands v Germany Betting Odds*

Netherlands 7/5
Germany 17/10
Draw 13/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on March 22nd, 2019 at 8:34 p.m.)


Netherlands v Germany Preview

On Thursday night the Netherlands played host to Belarus in their opening Euro 2020 qualification fixture and produced a 4-0 success. This game against Germany will be the toughest home game that they get in their qualification campaign. If they make it two wins from two to start, that would put them well on the path to booking a spot in next summer’s competition. Back in the Nations League campaign last year, the Netherlands topped their group ahead of France and Germany.

They are currently undefeated in their last four fixtures which saw them take home wins over Germany and France, while picking up draws away at Belgium and Germany. The Netherlands have only lost one of their last nine international fixtures, winning four of those. They are currently on a three-match winning streak at home, scoring at least two goals in each of those games. The last six meetings between the two rivals have ended up over 2.5 goals.

Germany are still on the hunt for some much-improved form and consistency. They had a disaster at the 2018 World Cup as they bowed out in the group stage. Then on top of that towards the end of last year, they were relegated from their UEFA Nations League group. During that Nations League campaign, they lost both of their away games against France and Netherlands.

In their last eight games, Germany have only managed to pick up the two victories. They warmed up for their Euro 2020 qualification campaign with a 1-1 home draw against Serbia. Germany were nowhere near at full strength in that game though. They have been struggling at the back with only two clean sheets in their last 14 international fixtures. Without counting their games at the 2018 World Cup, Germany are on a three-match losing streak away from home. Can they pull themselves together in Amsterdam? Germany have failed to score in their last two visits there.

Who will win – Netherlands v Germany Predictions

The Netherlands look the clear better of the two at the moment and they have every chance of making it six points from six at the start of their Euro 2020 qualification campaign. They are the ones with confidence and the form and the Netherlands to win out 7/5 odds in the outright winner market appeals* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on March 22nd, 2019 at 8:34 p.m.)

23rd March 2019 / lee - Category: Euro Betting

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