Nations League: Netherlands vs Poland

The Netherlands welcomes Poland at home Johan Cruyff Arena, in Group A1 of the Nations League, when both teams want a winning start because the group has strong Italy. Both teams had tickets to the Euro 2020 finals, but the Netherlands did not have a new general after the departure of coach Ronald Koeman and the representative of Eastern Europe completely took advantage of this opportunity to get points.

Ronald Koeman restored pride and hope to the Dutch team after some catastrophic decline before being lured by Barcelona. The interim head coach Dwight Lodeweges looks a lot like a defense, but having Ruud van Nistelrooy as his assistant will hopefully ensure the attack characteristics remain. The Dutch reached the Nations League final last time, standing above both the last World Cup champions France and Germany in a tough group before overtaking England in the semi-finals. The Netherlands lost to Portugal in the decisive match but was back with a solid Euro 2020 campaign to qualify with Germany. 2 matches against Die Mannschaft, they share 1 victory with their opponent. At the club level,

Poland finished at the bottom of the group in the Nations League two years ago but won a useful 1-1 draw against Portugal and Italy. Jerzy Brzeczek then led the Eagles to the top spot in Euro 2020, with 8 wins in 10 games enough to keep them six points ahead of Austria. It was not the strongest performance and talented striker Robert Lewandowski was sidelined by this clash, as he recovered from Bayern Munich's Champions League win. However, Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik and Hertha Berlin striker Krzysztof Piatek are more than capable of leading the attack, Piotr Zielinski is the choice of the diligent midfield and West Brom's Kamil Grosicki side by side. With a lot of experience in the defense and Wojciech Szczesny or Lukasz Fabianski in the middle of the goal, this is a very well balanced set.