Northern Ireland vs Netherlands – 2020 EURO Qualification:This Saturday night in Belfast, Northern Ireland host the Netherlands
On a match counting towards the qualification stage for the next European Championship.
Northern Ireland are in 3rd place of the Group C of this qualification stage for the EURO 2020 with 12 points conquered, thanks to a record of 4 victories, 0 draws and 2 losses.
Their goalscoring ratio counts with 8 goals scored and 7 goals conceded, with the team presenting an average of 2.5 goals per match.
Their record at home has been positive, with the team getting 2 wins on the 3 rounds played as hosts. On the last round, they have gotten a loss by 3-1 on the trip to the Netherlands.
The Dutch side occupies the 1st place of Group C of this qualification stage for EURO 2020 with 15 points conquered, thanks to a record of 5 victories, 0 draws and 1 loss.
Their goalscoring ratio counts with 19 goals scored and 7 goals conceded, presenting an average of 4.3 goals per match.
Their record away from home has been strong, with the team getting 3 wins in 3 rounds played away from home. On the last round, they have gotten a victory by 2-1 on the visit to Belarus.
I believe there is value in exploring the winners’ market in favour of the Dutch, alongside the “Over 1.5 Goals” line.
Netherlands know that they ensure their presence in the EURO 2020 in case they manage to beat Northern Ireland knowing that besides this motivational aspect, the Clockwork Orange is heavily superior in terms of individual quality.
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Northern Ireland vs Netherlands – Betting Tips: :
Northern Ireland come into this match with chances of qualifying since they have already managed to get 12 points on the 4 encounters played against the two weakest teams of the group. However, against Netherlands and Germany, they still haven’t gotten any point and not even the home advantage should change that trend. The “Over 1.5 Goals” line should also be surpassed, reminding that the Netherlands are currently one of the strongest teams in the world when it comes to offensive production, having scored 2 ore more goals in 8 of the last 10 matches they’ve played.