Kick off: 13 October @19:45 CET
Venue: Amsterdam ArenA (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Head to head record
Czech Republic vs Netherlands 2-1 (Euro 2021 qualifier)
Czech Republic vs Netherlands 0-2 (2006 World Cup qualifier)
Netherlands vs Czech Republic 2-0 (2006 World Cup qualifier)
Netherlands vs Czech Republic 2-3 (Euro 2004)
Czech Republic vs Netherlands 3-1 (Euro 2004 qualifier)
Last 5 matches
Kazakhstan vs Netherlands 1-2 (Euro 2021 qualifier)
Turkey vs Netherlands 3-0 (Euro 2021 qualifier)
Netherlands vs Iceland 0-1 (Euro 2021 qualifier)
Latvia vs Netherlands 0-2 (Euro 2021 qualifier)
Netherlands vs United States 3-4 (International friendly)
The win over Kazakhstan came at a cost as both Jasper Cillessen (25/0) and Tim Krul (8/0) suffered injuries, meaning they are unavailable for the final Euro 2021 qualifier against the Czech Republic.
Kenneth Vermeer (5/0) and Maarten Stekelenburg (54/0) have been called as replacements, with inexperienced Jeroen Zoet (1/0) expected to start in goal at Amsterdam ArenA.
Gregory van der Wiel (46/0) was added to the squad after Daryl Janmaat (26/0) had suffered an injury, and he is back in contention after missing the Kazakhstan game through suspension.
Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Zoet – Tete, Bruma, Van Dijk, Riedewald – Wijnaldum, Blind, Sneijder – El Ghazy, Huntelaar, Depay.
Netherlands to win and both teams to score is available at 11/4 special price.
Last 5 matches
Czech Republic vs Turkey 0-2 (Euro 2021 qualifier)
Latvia vs Czech Republic 1-2 (Euro 2021 qualifier)
Czech Republic vs Kazakhstan 2-1 (Euro 2021 qualifier)
Iceland vs Czech Republic 2-1 (Euro 2021 qualifier)
Slovakia vs Czech Republic 1-0 (Euro 2021 qualifier)
Important midfielder Borel Dockal (20/6) is banned for the final Euro 2021 qualifier after picking up this third yellow card of the campaign, but that is not going to be a problem considering that the Czech Republic have already qualified.
Forward David Lafata (37/8) has failed to make the trip to Netherlands due to a minor injury, with Tomas Necid (31/8) and Milan Skoda (4/2) both expected to start.
Petr Cech should be recalled after he was rested against Turkey, whereas Jaroslav Plasil (94/6) could also play a part after recovering from injury. Mario Holek (8/0) had earlier withdrawn from the squad.
Probable starting line-up (4-2-3-1): Cech – Gebre Selassie, Suchy, Prochazka, Kadlec – Plasil, Pavelka – Sural, Skoda, Skalak – Necid.
*Netherlands will only qualify if they win and Turkey lose at home to Iceland. Home win is available at 1.40 (2/5).
*Oranje scored 17 goals in last 7 home games. They are 1.57 (4/7) to score two goals or more.
*Czech Republic registered 11 goals in last 6 away matches. Both teams to score is 2.15 (23/20).