Netherlands vs Germany 25/03/19

25 March 2019

Germany’s journey in the European Championship qualifiers starts at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam as they take on the Netherlands.

The two have faced off against each other twice last year in the UEFA Nations League, with Germany failing to wrap up all three points in both H2Hs (D1, L1).

The hosts have started the qualifiers off on the right foot, securing a commanding 4-0 home triumph over Belarus. Unbeaten in the last five matches (W3, D2), Holland look to stretch their lossless run against Germany to four games (W1, D2). Ronald Koeman’s men have racked up a four-game home winning run in the build-up for this meeting, scoring 11 goals while conceding barely one in the process. What’s more, the Oranje have bagged 2+ match goals in eight of nine of their previous home outings, preserving a clean slate six times during the run.

Meanwhile, the visitors are currently going through a rough period having picked up just one victory in their last five games (W1, D2, L2). Die Mannschaft go into this encounter off the back of a 1-1 home draw with Serbia. Joachim Löw’s main worry ahead of this clash is the fact Germany failed to keep a clean sheet in five of six of their previous games, allowing over 1.5 goals per match three times in that period. Another frustrating fact for the visiting fans is that their idols have suffered three straight road defeats, conceding 2+ match goals in each while scoring only two along the way.

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