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Netherlands vs Wales Match Preview, Betting Tips, Best Odds
- Netherlands are on an amazing streak of now 12 games in a row without defeat.
- Wales where on the scoreboard at least once in their previous 10 matches.
- Netherlands saw over 2.5 goals in seven of their last ten matches across the tournaments.
- Over 2.5 goals happened in five of the visitor's last ten games this season.
Netherlands vs Wales betting tips, predictions and match preview. Latest team news, head to head stats and verdict on the big UEFA Nations League match in round 4 at de Kuip.
An exciting match should be on the cards this coming Tuesday when Netherlands bid welcome to Wales at de Kuip. Decision time is coming up in the group stages of the UEFA Nations League this season as we enter round four.
Whereas hosts Netherlands sit as number 10 in the FIFA world ranking, visitors Wales arrive as number 18. It certainly has the look of a close encounter on Tuesday.
We have reached the halfway line and Netherlands look at seven points as number one, while Wales sit as number four on one point.
Claiming seven points from their first three outings in the UEFA Nations League group phase, Netherlands are still in with a good chance of seeing the next stage. A win, or even just avoiding defeat in round four keeps them in the running. Netherlands only average a modest 1.5 goals per game in their last ten matches in this tournament, in which they scored 15 goals. They also conceded nine for an average of 0.9 per game. They kept their opponents from scoring two times.
Collecting only a single point in their first three games in the UEFA Nations League, Wales are looking at a round of do or die. Losing again will put out any hope of seeing the next round. Wales are currently not the most scoring team in the UEFA Nations League, as they only found the back of the net three times in three matches. This is an average of just one goals a game in which they conceded five times, an average of 1.7 per game. They managed zero clean sheets in of these.
- Netherlands have not lost 24 of the last 26 matches
- Netherlands have scored in 24 of the last 25 matches
- Netherlands have not lost 14 of the last 15 home matches
- In the last 5 matches in a row Netherlands played, both teams scored
- Netherlands have scored in 14 of the last 15 home matches
- Wales have scored in the last 10 matches in a row
- In 7 of the last 8 matches Wales played, both teams scored
- Wales have not lost 11 of the last 13 matches
- Wales have conceded in 7 of the last 8 matches
- In 3 of the last 4 away matches Wales played, both teams scored
Netherlands vs Wales H2H
Netherlands beat Wales in their last two meetings, as they followed up a 3-2 win with a 2-1 victory. Netherlands enter the match against Wales with a 4-0-0 record in their previous four encounters. A win rate of 100%, which is perhaps worth keeping in mind before you make a choice for your next accumulator, depending on your betting strategy.
Netherlands look well suited to take on any opponent presently, as their last 3 matches saw them gain 7 points. They ran out 1-4 and 1-2 against Belgium and Wales respectively. Their winning streak came to an end against Poland, who claimed a point in a 2-2 draw.
Netherlands so far pulled off a record of two wins, one draw and no defeats in the UEFA Nations League this season. Netherlands did not lose any of their last 7 matches on home soil.
Netherlands managed a strong return of four wins from their previous six matches on home soil, where they also drew two and lost none. They scored 21 goals and conceded six times.
Netherlands have an almost full squad available against Wales at de Kuip with only one player possibly missing.
Sidelined with an injury, Netherlands can't field Memphis Depay this coming Tuesday against Wales.
In their previous three matches, Wales beat Ukraine 1-0, lost 1-2 against Netherlands and drew 1-1 with Belgium.
Wales so far pulled off a record of zero wins, one draw and two defeats in the UEFA Nations League this season. Wales scored at least once in their previous 10 matches.
Wales managed two wins to two draws and two defeats in their last six games away from home. The scoreline from these matches says seven goals conceded and seven scored.
At the time of writing, Wales just have two players on the injured and absent list, as they prepare for their match this coming Tuesday. For instance, Wales won't be able to field Daniel James as he serves out a ban following too many cards.
Danny Ward won't be travelling with Wales this time, as he nurses an injury.