Merrybet Preview: Netherlands – Bulgaria: Expect but teams to find the back of the net

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The Dutch men’s hopes of qualification are in serious jeopardy and will have it all to do against their motivated visitors

Netherlands and Bulgaria will battle against each other at the Amsterdam Arena in Sunday afternoon’s Group A World Cup qualifier.

The Oranje come in this tie on the back of a heavy 4-0 defeat in the hands of France on Thursday. The result is a heavy blow on their qualification hopes as they have fallen to fourth place. The Dutch team have been in problem but are favourites for this one with Merrybet at (1.25).

The Lions came off a very impressive 3-2 win over Sweden that saw them move into third place, just one point behind the Blue-Yellows. Bulgaria have a better head to head than the Dutch and will fancy another massive win at odds of (10.00) with the same firm.

Vincent Janssen Netherlands

A draw is quoted at odds of (4.45).

Both sides have met previously 11 times and the Bulgarians surprisingly have the edge, though narrow with five wins, two draws and four defeats.

Two of those victories have come on Dutch territory and bookies offer the Eastern European nation to avoid defeat at odds of (3.05).

Both sides have been shaky at the back so punters can look towards goals been scored at each end of the pitch at (1.80).

Ivelin Popov Bulgaria Italy Euro 2016 qualifier 03282015

An outcome of more than two goals at (1.12) is another offer punters shouldn’t shy away from.

Tottenham Hotspur’s Vincent Janssen is the favoured Dutchman to find the back of the net anytime at odds of (1.75) with Merrybet, while it’s a tantalizing (4.25) for Ivelin Popov to do the same for Bulgaria.

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