Match Preview: Estonia 0-4 Netherlands Prediction and Betting Tips 09.09.2019

Estonia – Netherlands Predictions

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Estonia 0-4(0-1) Netherlands

Date: 09.09.2019 | Match at: 19:45 | League: Euro – Qualification – Round 6 | Tip: HT/FT – 2/2 | Odds: 1.34 | Bookie: Bwin


Match Preview

Estonia’s woeful European qualifying (ECQ) campaign continued after they conceded a 92nd minute winner last time out (L4). In fact, only bottom-ranked San Marino (20) have conceded more goals than Estonia (14) after four matchdays.
Interestingly, eight of Estonia’s last 12 home qualifiers (WCQ, ECQ) have produced under 2.5 goals, three of which were against top-20 ranked nations. Moreover, four of their five home games in the last European qualifying campaign ended 1-0 either way.
However, the hosts have conceded an average of 3.5 goals per match in the four previous H2Hs, conceding an average of 2.0 goals during the second half across those meetings. Meanwhile, the Netherlands journey here after netting four second-half goals for the first time since the 2014 World Cup, as they beat Germany 4-2 last time out.
Furthermore, the visitors have won their last four fixtures vs UEFA opposition ranked outside FIFA’s top-50, each by at least a two-goal margin, whilst their last match against any nation ranked within ten places of Estonia ended 5-0 (vs Luxembourg).
Additionally, all four matches in the above sequence saw the Netherlands open the scoring within 30 minutes, and two of the previous three saw them go ahead inside the first ten minutes.
Players to watch: Erik Sorga (EST) netted a second-half equaliser last time out, he leads the Estonian Meistriliiga scoring charts by a ten-goal margin (23 goals).
Netherlands star Frenkie de Jong scored his first international goal last time out with only his second attempt on goal from his first ten caps.
Stat attack: Estonia were awarded five or fewer corners in each of their previous five competitive home matches.
Both teams have scored at least two goals in both H2Hs on Estonian soil.
Only four of the 55 competing sides have scored more than the Netherlands’ ten-goal haul after three match days.