The official line-up for the Netherlands-Belgium match in the UEFA Nations League



The technical staff of the Netherlands and Belgium national teams announced the official line-up for their match, which is scheduled to take place at 9:15 pm today, Sunday, in a fiery summit at the “Johan Cruyff” stadium, in the sixth round of the group stage of the European Nations League, and each of them bears the slogan “kidnapping the lead” in the summit. Today, in order to climb to the top of the standings of Group D in the European Nations League.


The composition of the Netherlands national team was as follows:


Goalkeeper: Pasphere.

Defence: Dumfries, Timber, Van Dyck, Akee, Blind.

Midfield: Pregios, Claassen, De Roon.

Forwards: Janssen, Berogon.


While the Belgium team was as follows:


Goalkeeper: Thibaut Courtois.

Defence: Dibast, Alderweireld, Vertonghen.

Midfield: Mounir, Onana, Witsel, Kasteen.

Forwards: Eden Hazard, Batshuayi, De Bruyne.


The Netherlands is at the top of Group D standings in the European Nations League, with 13 points, and 3 points behind runner-up Belgium with 10 points.


The Dutch national team played 5 matches in the group stage of the European Nations League, divided between 4 wins and a draw, and has not received any defeat so far.


The Dutch team defeated Poland 2-0 in an exciting match in the fifth round, at the National Stadium in Warsaw, while the Belgium team won 3 matches in the group stage of the continental competition, losing one and drawing in the other.


The Belgian team managed to snatch a deserved victory over Wales 2-1 in the fifth round at King Baudouin Stadium, while the Dutch mills received a strong blow during the last Poland match, as Memphis Depay and Frenkie de Jong were injured and the duo were replaced by Meeting.


The medical diagnosis of the Barcelona duo revealed that De Jong suffered from muscle tensions, and Depay had a knee injury.


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