Netherlands are hopping to win tonight in their international friendlies against Scotland. Home team have showed improvement in their last six matches winning four, drawing one and losing one.
In their last match in WC Qualifier, the won 0-7 against Gibraltar with 80% ball position and 35 shots at goal with 16 on target.
The goals for Netherlands were scored by Steven Berghuis (42'), Luuk de Jong (55'), Memphis Depay (61', 88'), Georginio Wijnaldum (62'), Donyell Malen (64') and Donny van de Beek (85'),While Gibraltar had 0 attempts with 0 shots on goal.
They have shown poor performance of late having lost two of the games, drawing three and winning one.
During World Cup Qualifier in Europe they won 4-0 against Faroe Island, in the game they had ball position of 65% with 12 attempts at goal with 6 on target, the goals were scored by John McGinn (7', 53'), Ché Adams (60') and Ryan Fraser (70').
Head to head:
They have met six times on their recent games starting from 7/11/2003 up to the 9/11/2017 and Netherlands have won all of the games.
Predictions: Over 2.5 goals or Netherlands wins.
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