The No.1 team in the Fifa World Rankings look to extend their stranglehold on qualifying Group E with what looks like a home-banker against Giampaolo Mazza's minnows
Van der Wiel, Heitinga, Mathijsen, Pieters
Van Bommel, Maduro
Kuyt, Sneijder, Elia
Bacciocchi, Della Valle, Andreini, Simoncini
Marani, Mazza, Bugli, Gasperoni
Nigel de Jong and Arjen Robben are set to be missing for the Dutch after the Manchester City man hobbled out of his side's clash with Swansea; while Robben continues to nurse a groin injury.
Georginio Wijnaldum could make his debut for his national side after showing great form towards the end of last season.
San Marino have a full squad to choose from for their tricky trip to the Netherlands. Veteran talisman Andy Selva is set to start despite being released by Hellas Verona at the end of last season. Meanwhile, Giampaolo Mazza's side possess plenty of experience, with their defence boasting 119 caps in total.
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- Netherlands are currently rated as the top team in the world by Fifa for the first time in their history.
- Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has scored 10 international goals since the 2010 World Cup, including a hat-trick against San Marino.
- The Oranje are on course to qualify for their second successive tournament with a 100 per cent record.
- San Marino are yet to score a goal in their qualifying campaign for Euro 2012.
- The minnows are ranked over 200 places behind their adversaries in the most recent Fifa rankings.
- San Marino's last victory came over seven years ago - against Liechtenstein.