Look forward to the Netherlands – Poland with Staatsloterij and win free tickets!

Friday, June 10, 2022 at 10:15 PM• Stefan Coerts • Last update: 12:11

The Dutch national team will take on Poland on 11 June in the context of the Nations League. Orange wiped the floor with Belgium in Brussels last week. Do the men of national coach Louis van Gaal also impress in De Kuip against Robert Lewandowski and co? Look forward to this duel with the Staatsloterij, a proud partner of the KNVB for many years.

The Orange squad started the Nations League excellently last Friday with a resounding 1-4 victory over the Red Devils† Immediately afterwards, Van Gaal praised two outstanding players. According to the national coach of Orange, Frenkie de Jong and Steven Bergwijn played a decisive role in achieving the enormous victory. Van Gaal wants to use the Nations League matches to grind into what he sees as the ideal 5-3-2 formation towards the World Cup. In addition, Van Gaal wants to get a better picture of potential Orange customers during this international match. Jerdy Schouten and Jordan Teze made their debut against Wales. That Vincent Janssen can celebrate his much-discussed return against Poland with playing minutes against Poland seems a real possibility.

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Thanks to his two goals against Belgium, Depay has climbed to third place on the all-time top scorers list of Orange. The Barcelona attacker skipped over Patrick Kluivert, now has 41 goals for the Dutch national team and only has to tolerate Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (42) and Robin Van Persie (51). Depay hopes to further increase his goal tally against Poland and may face a future teammate on the pitch in the person of Robert Lewandowski. The 33-year-old goal machine opened the score against Belgium on Wednesday, but then went down with big numbers against the irritated Red Devils (6-1).

The Netherlands and Poland have faced each other fourteen times in the past. Both countries met before in the Nations League in 2020. At the time, Steven Bergwijn became match winner with a minimal victory (1-0) against the Orange in the Johan Cruijff ArenA, after which the Dutch team managed to win another victory over Poland two months later, thanks to late goals from Depay and Georginio Wijnaldum. In any case, the statistics speak in favor of the Orange on Saturday evening. The five most recent mutual encounters were all won by the Dutch national team.

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