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The Netherlands beating Senegal 2-0 had nothing to do with superiority. For most of the game, the Dutch team looked very average. In fact, Van Gaal needs to thank opponent goalkeeper Edouard Mendy for both goals.

For 83 minutes of that match, Senegal easily contained the Orange. However, that changed when the Chelsea goalkeeper failed to connect with a cross and Gapko scored a header. As for the 2nd goal, it came on the 8th minute of injury time when Mendy put the ball in the path of Klaassen. 

While the xG (1.05 to 0.88) of that match would suggest the Netherlands had the slight upper hand, the result was wrong. The fact is the Dutch failed to create anything worthwhile, and they needed a handout to win. 

In that last match, Memphis Depay wasn’t deemed fit to start. However, he was able to play the final 30 minutes, and he’s likely to start ahead of Vincent Janssen today. Other than that, we expect the Dutch to start with the same players and line up with a 3-5-2.

Meanwhile, in the opening round, Ecuador outclassed Qatar! While the scoreline was just 2-0, the writing was on the wall after just three minutes. Enner Valencia was unfortunate to have a goal chalked off for offside, but 13 minutes later the same player made it 1-0. After slotting away a penalty, the Fenerbahce striker doubled up on 31 minutes. From then on in, the South American team went into cruise control and it looked easy!

After picking up a knock against Qatar, Valencia was substituted. Nevertheless, that move was precautionary, and he’s almost certain to lead the line again. If coach Alfaro changes formation to contain a more difficult opponent, Jeremy Sarmiento could replace Michael Estrada.

To summarise, we are expecting the Tricolors to handle the Dutch. This team is exceptional at adapting, and they won’t be giving much room to their opponent. With the draw included, all in!


Odds: 2.19