Netherlands vs Germany: Predictions, teams, betting tips, live stream, TV - Uefa Nations League 2018 preview

By On October 09, 2018

Netherlands vs Germany: Predictions, teams, betting tips, live stream, TV - Uefa Nations League 2018 preview

Netherlands vs Germany
Uefa Nations League
Venue: Amsterdam ArenA
Date: Saturday 13 October
Kick-off: 7:45pm BST

One of, if not the biggest rivalry in European international football reignites in Amsterdam on Saturday night, though rarely has it done so with both of the protagonists having so much to prove.

A 0-0 draw with France and a 2-1 friendly win over Peru during the last international break have steadied the ship a little for a Germany side wh ich avoided sweeping, knee-jerk changes to both playing and coaching staff after their nightmare World Cup.

The Netherlands also squeezed past Peru, but lost their Nations League opener to France in Paris. They have, however, shown signs of life under Ronald Koeman, who has called up a further four potential debutants, having already overhauled the side since taking over in February.

TV, online and live stream coverage

UEFA Nations League: How does the competition work?

The match will be shown live on Sky Sports' Mix channel and is available via Now TV with a day pass on offer for £7.99. Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app.

You can follow all the action with Standard Sport's LIVE match blog.

Tickets

Ticket information can be found on the KNVB (Dutch FA) website here.

Prediction

Betting tips via Betfair | UK users only | Subject to change

  • ​Germany to win 2-1 15/2
  • ​Netherlands to win 13/5
  • ​1-1 draw 6/1

< strong>Click here to find the latest match odds and place a bet.

​Head to head

(Getty Images)

These two sides have met 40 times, including three times at World Cups and five times at European Championships. Germany have won 15 matches, with 15 ending in draws and the Dutch winning the other ten.

Team news

​Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger has pulled out of the Germany squad with a groin problem, as has Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz, with Juventus midfielder Emre Can called up for the first time in almost a year as cover.

Joachim Low is also without Manchester City star Ilkay Gundogan and Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus.

Ronald Koeman has left Roma youngster Justin Kluivert out of a squad that includes four new faces.

Brighton midfielder Davy Propper was a late withdrawal after picking up a knock against West Ham on Friday, but Koeman has opted not to call up a replacement.

Source: Google News Netherlands | Netizen 24 Netherlands

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