Wales host the Netherlands in their UEFA Nations League 2022-23 Group A4 clash at the Cardiff City Stadium on Thursday, June 9. The match will kick off at 12:15 AM IST (Indian Standard Time).

Under manager Ryan Giggs, Wales started their UEFA Nations League 2022-23 campaign on a disappointing note as they suffered a 1-2 defeat against Poland in their opening fixture on Wednesday.

On the other hand, the Netherlands kicked off their campaign in an emphatic fashion as they thrashed Belgium 4-1 in their first match on Saturday. With three points on the board, Louis van Gaal’s Netherlands are currently leading the League A Group 4 standings while Wales are placed third.

Wales vs Netherlands odds for UEFA Nations League 2022-23

Wales: 6.80

Netherlands: 1.49

Draw: 4.30

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Wales vs Netherlands recent form

Wales will be brimming with confidence after The Dragons qualified for their first FIFA World Cup in 64 years as they pipped Ukraine 1-0 in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers on Sunday. 

Wales have registered two wins, two draws and one loss in their last five matches in all competitions.

The Netherlands rode on goals from Steven Bergwijn (40’), Memphis Depay (51’, 65’) and Denzel Dumfries (61’) to secure a thumping victory over Belgium on Saturday. 

The Oranje have registered three wins and two draws in their last five matches.

Wales: W, L, D, W, D

Netherlands: W, D, D, W, D

Wales vs Netherlands head-to-head in international football

The Netherlands have completely dominated Wales in international football, having won all eight matches that they have played so far. 

Wales vs Netherlands prediction and football betting tips for UEFA Nations League 2022-23

The Netherlands have the odds in their favour against Wales going into Thursday’s UEFA Nations League 2022-23 encounter. Going by recent form and past head-to-head record, the Dutch team is likely to continue their unbeaten run against Wales at Cardiff.

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