Wales Vs Netherlands (Friendly): Match preview

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Thursday, November 12th, 2015 | 0

Wales Vs Netherlands – International Friendly (2015)

In the first match day of international friendly match’s Wales who have recently placing the Euro Qualification round for the first time in last month, will play against Netherlands, who have eliminate from Euro final round after 1984. Among them, their 8th head to head will bring up on this Friday at Cardiff City Stadium on 12:45 AM BST, 18:45 PM GMT time.

Wales Vs Netherlands friendly

Match Overview:

Tournament      : International Friendly

Match              : Wales Vs Netherlands

Match day        : Friday, 13th November, 2015

Match Venue    : Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff (Caerdydd))

Kick-off           : 12:45 AM BST, 18:45 PM GMT

Live Telecast TV Channels:

  • Sky Sport Plus HD
  • Sportklub HD Croatia
  • Sport TV Africa
  • Fox Soccer Plus
  • SuperSport 5 Digitalb
  • ESPN Australia

This is for the first time of the history, West England country Wales confirmed their Euro qualification from Group B this year. Other hand Netherlands eliminate from the qualification round on their run of Euro 2016.

So far among them 7 head to head was held and all 7 match had lost by Wales. Most recent match among them was held at 2014 and the match was lost by Wales as usually by 2-0 goals. In this run on 7 defeats Wales have a 7-1 goals defeats by 2010 world cup finalist Netherlands. Including this in total 21 goals scored by Netherlands against Wales’ 3 scoring goals.

On the way of qualifying in Euro 2016 Wales have lost only one matches which was also on 9th games against Bosnia-Herzegovina by 2-0 goals, but it does not make any effect to their first Euro qualification. On last match of last month Wales confirm the final round by defeating Andorra at home by 2-0 goals.

Natherlands this year played 2 friendly match, in the first one they defeats Spain by 2-0 goals at home but in the second match they lost by 3-4 goals against USA at home as well.

Wales Squad

Wayne Hennessey, Chris Gunter, Ashley Williams (captain), James Collins, Neil Taylor, Joe Ledley, David Vaughan, Andy King, David Edwards, Joe Allen, Jonathan Williams, Sam Vokes, Simon Church, David Cotterill. Gareth Bale.

Netherlands Squad:

Jasper Cillessen, Karim Rekik, Daley Blind, Terence Kongolo, Kenny Tete, Georginio Wijnaldum, Wesley Sneijder, Ibrahim Afellay, Robin van Persie, , Memphis, Klaas Jan Huntelaar, Jeremain Lens, Nigel de Jong, Arjen Robben, Gregory van der Wiel

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This is Toqui Tahmid a webmaster and sports reporter at Tsmplug

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