Both Holland and Norway run the risk of being eliminated depending on the result in Rotterdam on Tuesday night, with the Dutch needing just a point, but Norway needing a win.
Saturday night saw both nations inexplicably drop points, with Norway drawing at home to Latvia, opening the door for Holland to confirm their progression as group winners with a win over Montenegro, and it looked a certainty being 2-0 up with 82 minutes played, but they also went on to draw, meaning this tie is essentially a winner-takes-all clash with Turkey breathing down their necks.
A draw for the Dutch on home soil would mean only a 13-0 win or greater for Turkey against Montenegro could see them leapfrogged at the top of the group, but as unlikely as that is, anything but a Dutch win here will be a surprise anyway, considering Norway are missing their superstar, Erling Haaland. They had 25 shots in their draw with Latvia, failing to find the net with any of them, and in a game where they will have far fewer chances, wasting opportunities at a similar rate will be costly.
With a lot riding on this game, Holland will be at full strength again, and their last three home games have seen them score 16 goals.