Germany and the Netherlands will play their next Euro 2020 qualifying game on Friday, 6th September at the Volksparkstadion.
Germany and the Netherlands will play each other on Friday in their next Euro 2020 qualifying match. Germany are currently second in Group C with 9 points having won all three of their qualifying games so far. The Netherlands are behind them in third place with 3 points having won one game and lost another. However, they have played one match less than Germany.
Germany have been in excellent form in recent months. They defeated Estonia 8 – 0, Belarus 0 – 2 and the Netherlands 2 – 3. The Netherlands have not been as consistent. They defeated England to reach the Nations League final, but then lost the final 1 – 0 to Portugal. They also enjoyed a 4 – 0 victory over Belarus in March this year.
The teams have played each other twice in recent months with the first game ending in a 2 – 2 draw and the second Germany won 2 – 3. They also played in October last year and the Netherlands won the game 3 – 0. Since 1910, the teams have met 43 times with Germany winning 16 games, the Netherlands winning 11 and 16 games ending in draws.
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