Greece v Netherlands Match Preview & Best Odds

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Greece will look to avenge their defeat to the Netherlands earlier in their qualifying campaign when the two sides lock horns again this evening, therefore now is an excellent time to register a new betting account with any of our featured UK betting sites where you can get your hands on some amazing Greece free bets and other exceptional promotions for the 2024 European Championships. 

 

Greece v Netherlands Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 7.45pm UK Time, Monday 16th October 2023

 

Greece sit second behind leaders France in the Group B table but tonight they come up against a Netherlands side against whom they lost 3-0 in the last meeting earlier in the campaign.

Greece are edging ever closer to a place in next summer’s European Championships and Gus Poyet’s men can ensure a top two finish in Group B if they beat the morale-depleted Netherlands by four goals or more tonight. This does seem like a hugely unlikely scenario but Greece have been in excellent fettle since losing 3-0 to the Netherlands early last month, subsequent wins over Gibraltar (5-0) and the Republic of Ireland (0-2) lifting them ever closer to the finals.

Nevertheless, there’s still much work for Poyet’s men to do before they can relax, just three points currently separating them from third-placed Netherlands who have a game-in-hand. Greece also need to play group leaders France in their final qualifying group but even in a worst case scenario, the side will make it to the play-offs.

The Netherlands were plagued by injuries ahead of their meeting with France on Friday and it came as no surprise to see them lose 2-1 on home soil. As with Greece, the Netherlands can make it into the play-offs should they fail to finish in the top two in the group, on account of their UEFA Nations League exploits, however their main aim will be to overtake Greece between now and the end of the qualifiers.

The Netherlands brushed aside Greece to the tune of 3-0 a few weeks ago but Poyet’s men will be a tough nut to crack on their own turf, especially with much at stake. Nevertheless, Ronald Koeman’s Dutchmen were impressive in their narrow defeat to France last time out and we expect them to derail Greece’s plans by taking a maximum points haul in this one.

 

Back Netherlands to win and both teams to score at best odds of 15/4