Netherlands and Poland face off in the UEFA Nations League 2022-23 at the De Kuip in Rotterdam on Sunday, June 12. The match will kick off at 12:15 AM IST (Indian Standard Time).

The Netherlands will assess Matthijs de Ligt for the Poland fixture after he picked up a knock in the previous match against Wales. The likes of Memphis Depay, Daley Blind, Denzel Dumfries and Vincent Janssen could return to the playing XI or atleast make the bench having been rested in the last game.

For Poland, there are no fresh injury concerns.

Netherlands vs Poland odds for UEFA Nations League 2022-23

Netherlands: 1.38

Poland: 8.00

Draw: 5.00

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Netherlands vs Poland recent form

Netherlands have had an unbeaten start to their UEFA Nations League 2022-23 campaign, with victories over Belgium (4-1) and Wales (2-1). The Group 4 leaders are unbeaten across all competitions since September 2021 and are poised to maintain the streak against a struggling Poland side.

Poland, on the other hand, are coming off a disappointing 1-6 loss to Belgium. The Polish team have lost just two games since June 2021 and need to be at their utmost best to pull off a miraculous victory against an in-form Oranje team.

Netherlands: W, W, D, W, W

Poland: L, W, W, D, L

Netherlands vs Poland head-to-head

Netherlands command a superior advantage in the head-to-head record against Poland with eight wins in 17 games. Poland, meanwhile, have won just three matches, with their last victory coming in 1979.

The Dutch have won the last five head-to-head games in succession, including two victories coming in the 2020 UEFA Nations League.

Netherlands: 8

Poland: 3

Draw: 6

Last five meetings:

Poland 1-2 Netherlands

Netherlands 1-0 Poland

Poland 1-2 Netherlands

Netherlands 3-1 Poland

Poland 1-3 Netherlands

Netherlands vs Poland prediction and football betting tips for UEFA Nations League 2022

Thanks to their dominant form since September 2021 and advantage in the head-to-head, Netherlands are the outright favourites to beat Poland this Sunday.

Poland will depend on the influential Robert Lewandowski to keep their faint hopes of victory alive but fans can expect a possible one-sided show in Rotterdam.

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