Netherlands face Bosnia and Herzegovina in UEFA Nations League Group A1 – all you need to know.
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Netherlands face Bosnia and Herzegovina in UEFA Nations League Group A1 in Amsterdam on Sunday 15 November at 18:00 CET.
Where to watch the game on TV
As they stand
• The Netherlands are third in the section with five points; one adrift of second-ranked Italy, and two behind leaders Poland. They are without a win in three competitive games (D2 L1) since kicking off with a 1-0 home win against the Poles.
• Bosnia and Herzegovina are three points adrift at the foot of the section with only two draws to show for their efforts so far. They will be unable to avoid relegation to League B for the next edition of the UEFA Nations League if they lose in Amsterdam.
• The teams met for the first time on Matchday 3, drawing 0-0 in Zenica.
What the coaches say
Frank de Boer, Netherlands coach: "The past two days we have been tested twice, so we have all had enough sticks in our noses. We would like to get to the final tournament, but to do that we will have to win tomorrow. In Bosnia it was 0-0, but we had at least five good chances in the second half. We should definitely have won."
Dušan Bajević, Bosnia and Herzegovina coach: "It will be different [to the previous meeting in Zenica], It will be a harder game, but I believe we can play well and hope for a good result. No one can predict the outcome, but we must play responsibly and well. It will not be easy for [the Netherlands] either. They have fast players and they hold the ball. That doesn’t mean they are better than us and will win."