The Netherlands and Germany meet at Amsterdam ArenA, in a match for this phase of the Qualification Round for the European Championship (Qualifying Round). In the last 3 years there is only record of 2 direct confrontations between these two teams: one on 19-11-2018, which ended in a draw by (2-2), and another more recent on 13-10-2018, which ended in a victory of the Netherlands by (3-0).
The home team plays their second match in Group C, having won by (4-0) in their first match in this group stage, against Belarus. In the last 10 home matches for all competitions, the Netherlands won 8 and lost 2. Their offense has scored frequently, since they have scored goals in all of the last 10 matches. In their away matches there is a tendency for goals, since 9 of the last 10 matches have ended with Over 1,5 goals and 7 out of 10 have ended with Over 2,5 goals. In 15 games, they only got 1 comeback in the 7 games in which they suffered the first goal.
The Netherlands team comes to this match with a 4-0 victory against Belarus, thus registering the first victory in this qualifying phase for EURO 2020: the goals of the team were scored by Van Dijk, Depay (2) and Wijnaldum . The Dutch team usually acts in a traditional 4-3-3, privileging a style of play of constant offensive organizations. It should be noted that in this tactical drawing, the three most advanced players are Babel, Depay and Bergwijn, being the second athlete mentioned very fast and strong in the counterattack. For this game, Ronald Koeman must use an eleven very similar to the last game.
The visiting team had direct access to this group stage, so they will play their first match in this edition of the competition. In the last match that they disputed, for the Friendlies, they tied with Serbia at home (1-1). In the last 10 away matches Germany has a record of 4 wins, 2 draws and 4 losses. They have not been very strong defensively, since they have suffered goals in 8 of the last 10 matches. In 15 games, he suffered the first goal 9 times and only managed 2 comebacks. In the last 11 home matches for all competitions there is 1 period that stands out: they have suffered 7 of their 15 goals between minutes (76′-90 ‘).
Germany leaves for this match with a draw, a ball, at the reception to Serbia, in a friendly game. It should be noted that the Germans have not yet played for this qualifying phase for the European Championship of 2020. Similar to the rival of this round, the visiting team opts to act in a traditional 4-3-3, in which the three Most advanced players are Brandt, Sane and Wener. By acting on difficult terrain, we believe that the Netherlands will adopt a more defensive stance, with the objective of not becoming unbalanced. The coach Joachim Löw can count on all his players.