Netherlands need just a point to progress to the Nations League finals when they face Belgium on Sunday (7.45pm, UK time).
Louis van Gaal’s side will be looking to finish their Nations League campaign unbeaten and qualify for next year’s finals after winning four and drawing one of their opening five games in the competition. Netherlands made light work of Poland in midweek and will need just a point to qualify after demolishing Belgium 4-1 in the reverse fixture.
The Oranje finished runners up in the competitions’ inaugural campaign back in 2019 and will be hoping to go one step further this time and bring home the trophy.
Roberto Martinez will expect a performance from his side, even if they need a minor miracle to make it through to the finals in 2023.
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Netherlands team news
Memphis Depay came off with a knock in the second half against Poland and may not be risked here, with either Vincent Janssen, who provided an assist off the bench in that game or Wout Weghorst expected to come into the attack. Steven Bergwijn and Cody Gakpo brought their impressive starts in the Eredivisie onto the international stage after both finding the net against Poland and should both start again against the Red Devils.
Belgium team news
Romelu Lukaku is once again ruled out for Roberto Martinez’s side, so Michy Batshuayi should keep his place up top after scoring last time out against Wales. Kevin De Bruyne is unstoppable form at the moment having provided an assist in five consecutive matches for club and country, as well as opening the scoring against the Welsh.
Eden Hazard played 65 minutes against Wales and was “happy to start another match”.
“I’m happy when I play, and it was nice to play for the supporters here (in Brussels) again. Our first half was very good. I know what I can do. Now I want to get in shape for the World Cup. We’ll see what the coach decides, but I’m happiest when I play.
“When I play, I give it my all. It’s a delicate situation at Real Madrid. I feel like playing more, but I can’t do more.
“I’ve always said the old Eden Hazard will come back when he plays. I just need to get back into the rhythm.”
Scoreline prediction: Netherlands 1-1 Belgium
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