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Italy make the journey to the Netherlands on Wednesday evening as these two giants of international football go head-to-head at the Amsterdam Arena in an international friendly.
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The Italians were of course the surprise package of Euro 2012 as they made the final against all the odds, whereas Holland crashed out of the group stages. It was not a tournament to remember for the Netherlands and they are now looking to show they are still one of the best sides around, despite a massive flop in the summer.
When looking at their squad and the players at their disposal, it is difficult to know how Holland were so bad at Euro 2012. However, they now have the World Cup in their sites and will use this encounter to give some young players the chance to show what they can do.
Manager Luis van Gaal has given a call-up to the likes of Jonathon de Guzman, Daley Blind and Ola John and they could all make their full international debut on Wednesday evening, so are sure to be chomping at the bit to get onto the pitch.
They will be well supported by experienced players such as Robin van Persie and Dirk Kuyt, so there does look to be a decent balance in this Holland side.
Unsurprisingly, they are the favourites to come out on top at 6/5. You know that you are going to see a superb style of football from the Dutchmen and they will do all they can to keep the ball on the floor and carve the Italians open in this one.
As for Italy, they are likely to pride themselves on being tough to break down and Cesare Prandelli is sure to be devising a plan as to how his men can stop Holland scoring.
The Euro 2012 finalists do play the traditional style of Italian football, which is to stop a team finding the net and then winning by the odd goal, although under Prandelli, they do also experiment a bit and have a slightly more attacking mindset.
Mario Balotelli is in the squad for this one and he is full of confidence after grabbing a brace on his debut for AC Milan over the weekend. Balotelli is always looking to prove himself on the biggest stage and he is decent value at 7/1 to break the deadlock.
Another key man for the away team is Andrea Pirlo. The midfielder proved himself as one of the best around in the summer and we all know what he is capable of when on the ball – whether that be in open play or from a free-kick.
Italy can certainly challenge Holland in this one and with their recent results, could fancy their chances of coming out on top. They are an 11/7 shot right now for the win.
With the quality that is on show in this encounter, it is tough to see anything other than a cracking match in Amsterdam. All the action gets underway from 7.30PM on Wednesday evening.