GER vs NED Dream11 : Germany look to challenge for Group C’s top spot as Netherlands resume their qualification process today
After enduring a torrid time in the UEFA Nation’s League, Germany look to have find some much lost and yearned for form in the Euro 2020 Qualifying Round. Currently unbeaten in Group C and overall on a six match winning spree, the side will be looking to triumph over Netherlands today in a match of gigantic proportions, arguably one f the biggest fixtures in this round of the qualifiers.
Placed in second place in Group C, Germany will be well aware that a win today would place them level with Northern Ireland on points and ultimately move them into top spot on the brunt of a colossal goal difference. The side ended up trashing Estonia in their previous encounter in the group, a humongous 8-0 win which places the side in good stead ahead of today’s clash.
Elsewhere, having played just the two matches in the group, Netherlands get their life in the qualifiers back on track today after being involved in the Nations’ League. It was a match where they ultimately had to face defeat, going down 1-0 to Portugal, a result they’ll be looking to treat as a foundation of success ahead of next year’s Euro rather than being too down trodden because of it.
Placed third in the group at the moment with the one win and one defeat apiece, for Netherlands this match is an immense one. The side know they can’t afford any more slip ups, up against a Germany side who themselves have looked to massively overhaul things after enduring a torrid time in the fraternity over the course of the last year.
GER vs NED Match Prediction
This match is going to be an extremely competitive and closely contested one with the margins for error being negligible today. While Germany will be looking to craft goals in the early exchanges, expect Netherlands to lie back and allow Germany to hit them relentlessly, waiting for their chance to attack on the counterattack.
What serves Germany better is their ability to work the opposition defence and find goals presently, a narrative which should see them just about emerge winners from this clash.
Probable Playing 11
- Thilo Kehrer is out for Germany today due to an ongoing injury issue.
- Stefan de Vrij, Donny van de Beek and Bergwijn are all out of Netherland’s squad for this encounter, all due to prevailing injuries.
Neuer, Klostermann, Sule, Tah, Halstenberg, Gundogan, Kimmich, Kroos, Gnabry, Werner, Reus
Cillessen, Dumfries, de Ligt, van Dijk, Blind, de Roon, de Jong, Berghuis, Wijnaldum, Babel, Depay
UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Round
Match: Germany Vs Netherlands Group C
Date And Time: 8th September, Saturday- 12:15am IST
Venue: Arena Nationala, Bucharest
- Klostermann, Tah, Halstenberg, Werner
- Dumfries, de Ligt, Blind, de Roon, de Jong, Berghuis
GER vs NED Dream11 Goal-Keeper
With the two sides involved in a five goal thriller when they had met earlier in the qualification round this year, today’s match is set to be a goal feast as well. Both the sides are vulnerable to letting goals slip in and with a cleansheet unlikely for either side, we have opted for Germany’s Manuel Neuer for this one owing to his slightly better ability to keep out shots in between the two available options
GER vs NED Dream11 Defenders
With no cleansheet expected today, our agenda when picking out players in the backline was roping in names who are known to maraud their way forward for their sides and be a hefty part of their side attacking sojourns as well. This sees us bring in four defenders for this match, the two from either side with Germany’s CB Niklas Sule and fullback Lukas Klostermann being selected by us.
The same identity of players come in from Netherlands as well, names who can get involved in corners and freekicks and easily provide a goal or assist, seeing us opt for Matthijs de Ligt and Denzel Dumfries.
GER vs NED Dream11 Midfielders
With goals all too likely today as each side look to fulfil their aspirations of picking u the full three points, we have gone in for the attacking players from either side. Names who hold a pivotal role in traversing a goal for their side and be heavily involved in the play up the park come in, seeing us get Marco Reus and Joshua Kimmich from Germany.
From the opposition we have selected Frenkie de Jong and Marten de Roon to keep things balanced in this facet as well.
GER vs NED Dream11 Strikers
The one pick comes in from either side for us with Timo Werner coming into our side from Germany. He has scored 5 goals in 3 matches in the Bundesliga till now and is expected to emulate the same showings which have seen him come hot out of the blocks in Germany’s league.
Steven Berghuis completes our picks from this match with us brining in the Netherlands player as our last pick.
GER vs NED Dream11 Captain And Vice-Captain
We decided to venture in with Werner as our side’s captain while Kimmich is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.