Portugal host Netherlands at Estádio Do Dragao in the first ever UEFA Nations League Final. Ronaldo scored a hat-trick against Switzerland and is set to be the difference maker once again.
Portugal have lost only one of their last 11 matches against the Netherlands, both teams have scored in five of their latest seven meetings.
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Portugal are backed to add the UEFA Nations League title to their European Championship crown with victory on home soil against the Netherlands.The last meeting was a friendly in March 2018 in Geneva, Netherlands recording a 3-0 win with Memphis Depay, Ryan Babel and Virgil van Dijk scoring the goals.
Portugal vs Netherlands Head-To-Head Record
Poland have had the edge against Netherlands in competitive fixtures, winning the last three matches at the 2004 European Championship, 2006 World Cup and 2012 European Championship.
Last 3 matches
- March 26 2018: Portugal 0-3 Netherlands
- August 14 2013: Portugal 1-1 Netherlands
- June 17 2012 (neutral venue): Portugal 2-1 Netherlands
Total head-to-head matches played: 13
- Portugal wins: 7
- Netherlands wins: 2
- Draws: 4
Portugal Form & Team News
Portugal qualified for the UEFA Nations League Final after a 3-1 win against Switzerland in the semi-finals. Captain and talisman Cristiano Ronaldo was the hero for the Seleção with a hat-trick including two goals in the final minutes.
Ronaldo has scored three goals in his last three competitive games against Netherlands stretching back to the 2004 European Championship. Ronaldo is my tip in the anytime goalscorer market at 2.15 and 4.00 in the first goalscorer market at bet365.
Manager Fernando Santos selected Nélson Semedo at right back and started Bruno Fernandes and João Félix against Switzerland. 19-year-old Félix had a tough time and might start on the bench against Netherlands.
Netherlands Form & Team News
The Netherlands reached the UEFA Nations League Final after a 3-1 extra time win against England. Matthijs de Ligt made an error and gave away a penalty that was converted by Marcus Rashford, but he redeemed himself by heading in a corner to send the match to extra time.
Two defensive howlers from England allowed Netherlands to score twice, Memphis Depay’s shot saved but Quincy Promes’ effort going in via Kyle Walker that made it 2-1.
Both players were involved in their third goal, Depay picking up a loose pass and squaring to Promes who made no mistake from close range.