The Netherlands will entertain Poland on Friday, this is one of the ties to look forward to considering that both teams are in top form at the moment.
Netherlands and Poland are through to the Euro 2021, the two sides are set up in offensive approach by their managers and there is no reason for either side to play defensively at this point of the competition.
Holland has regained their lost pride under Ronald Koeman before he was snatched by Barcelona, the interim manager Dwight Lodeweges looks very much a stop-gap solution, but having Netherlands former attacker Ruud van Nistelrooy as his assistant will hopefully ensure the attacking ethos remains.
The Dutch team was stopped by Portugal in the finals of the last edition of the Uefa Nations League.
Holland boast of attacking talents which are in top form at their various club level, Luuk de Jong helped Sevilla to Europa League glory and Memphis Depay hit a hat-trick for Lyon in France on Friday.
Kevin Strootman, Frenkie de Jong and Donny van de Beek are in line to add to the creativity in the midfield, with even defenders Virgil van Dijk, Stefan de Vrij and Nathan Ake able to contribute from set-pieces.
The Netherlands has not lost to Poland when playing at home in their last three encounters.
Poland finished at the bottom of the Nations League group two years ago, but the Eagles were able to clinch a 1-1 draw against Portugal and Italy away from home.
Jerzy Brzeczek’s men top their group in their Euro 2020 group, with a record of eight wins in 10 matches which were enough to put them six points clear ahead of second-placed Austria.
Poland has not suffered a defeat in their last five games.
Robert Lewandowski won’t be featured in this tie as he is given time to recover from Bayern Munich’s Champions League triumph against Paris Saint-Germain.
The responsibility of goal scoring will be shifted to Napoli frontman Arkadiusz Milik and Hertha Berlin forward Krzysztof Piatek, the attackers are expected to score at least a goal and it would be cool to stake on the multi-goal option of 1-3 goals @ the odds of 1.70 for the away team and for the home team, going by the same multi-goal option we say 2-3 goals @ 2.05 with BetPay.
HEAD TO HEAD:
In the last four meetings, the Netherlands won three clashes and one of those ties ended in a draw.
Poland 1-2 Netherlands, Netherlands 3-1 Poland, Poland 1-3 Netherlands, Netherlands 2-2 Poland.