The Netherlands will be looking to maintain their chances of qualifying for the European Championships in 2016 with victory over Turkey this evening.
The Oranje will head into tonight’s match at the Amsterdam ArenA placed third in Group A with six points from four matches.
Guus Hiddink’s side are as many as six points behind the Czech Republic, who have won all four of their matches so far in the qualifying campaign and lead the table.
Meanwhile, Turkey find themselves fourth in the Group A standings with four points from as many matches.
Fatih Terim’s side have scored only five goals and have conceded as many as seven, while the Dutch have found the target 10 times and have conceded five.
It promises to be a hugely entertaining and fiercely competitive Euro 2016 qualifier in Amsterdam this evening, and this is how the Netherlands and Turkey will line up:
Netherlands XI: Cillessen, Van der Wiel, De Vrij, Martins Indi, Blind, De Jong (N), Afellay, Wijnaldum, Huntelaar, Sneijder, Depay
Turkey XI: Babacan; Aziz, Tufan, Balta, Gonul, Inan, Topal, Erkin, Tore, Sen, Yilmaz