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Netherlands v Czech Republic -Stats and Preview- 27-6-21 Nervy dutch defense to be tested by on fire Shick

Match: Netherlands v Czech Republic

Competition: Euro 2021

Date: 27/6/21

Kick-off time: 5pm

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Head to head record

Last 5 matches – 

13/10/15 Netherlands 2 – 3 Czech Republic

09/09/14 Czech Republic 2 – 1 Netherlands

08/10/05 Czech Republic 0 – 2 Netherlands

08/09/04 Netherlands 2 – 0 Czech Republic

19/06/04 Netherlands 2 – 3 Czech Republic

Goal stats

  • Total match goals
Over 0.5 goals 100%
Over 1.5 goals 67%
Over 2.5 goals 67%
Over 3.5 goals 33%
BTTS - Yes 33%

Netherlands team goals

Over 0.5 goals 100%
Over 1.5 goals 100%
Over 2.5 goals 67%

Czech Republic team goals

Over 0.5 goals 100%
Over 1.5 goals 67%
Over 2.5 goals 0%

Corner betting stats

Netherlands corner stats

Average corners for: 4

Average corners against: 2

Over/ under corner % charts

Over 9.5 corners 25%
Over 10.5 corners 0%
Over 11.5 corners 0%

Czech Republic corner stats

Average corners for: 4

Average corners against: 3

Over/ under corner % charts

Over 9.5 corners 50%
Over 10.5 corners 25%
Over 11.5 corners 0%

Card betting stats

Netherlands Card stats

Averages

Yellow for: 0.5

Yellows against: 2

Top cards:

M De Roon – 1

Czech Republic Card stats

Averages

Yellow for: 1.5

Yellows against: 2

Top cards:

J Boril – 2

L Masopust – 1

A Hložek – 1

Injuries

Netherlands injuries & suspensions

Out: None

Doubtful: None

Suspended: None

Czech Republic injuries & suspensions

Out: None

Doubtful: None

Suspended: J. Bořil

Netherlands v Czech Republic Match Preview & Trends

Czech’s face tough task against inform Dutch

Budapest is the setting for this last 16 clash between The Netherlands and The Czech Republic. After impressing in the group stages with convincing wins over all three opponents, the Dutch are flying high despite some concerns about their defence in the media. With the winners of this tie set to face the victor of the Wales vs Denmark match in the quarter-finals in Baku, it should be a fascinating contest between two quality footballing sides.

After stuttering through Group D to qualify behind England, the Czech Republic will look to replicate their opening match performance where they tore Scotland to pieces at Hampden Park. With Shick up front they have the goal threat and the firepower to trouble the shakey Dutch defence. The Netherlands have been firing on all cylinders with plenty of goals and attacking flair on display. Ronald De Boer will know that knockout football will eventually test their suspect defensive line who are not as formidable in the absence of Virgil Van Dijk.

The Netherlands covered 320.8km in the group stages and maintained a passing accuracy of 86% and averaged 56% possession. The Dutch have made 140 passes into the attacking third with 94 of those in key areas. They have completed 8/37 crosses, which left them at 22%. In comparison, The Czech Republic has covered 345.8km in the first three games, maintaining a passing accuracy of 78% and averaged 46% possession. The Czech’s made 78 passes into the attacking third with 36 of those in key areas. They completed 15/54 crosses, which left them at 28%.

Key trends

The Czech Republic ranked lowest amongst the finalists for average shots on target (24.43%)

Denzil Dumfries of Holland is the only defender to score twice so far in the tournament

With only 32 shots on target in qualifying, The Czech Republic had the lowest of the 24 finalists.

Referee data

Ref: TBC

Felix Brych (Germany)

Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)

Carlos Del Cerro Grande (Spain)

Andreas Ekberg (Sweden)

Orel Grinfeeld (Israel)

Ovidiu Alin Hategan (Romania)

Sergei Karasev (Russia)

Istvan Kovacs (Romania)

Bjorn Kuipers (Netherlands)

Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)

Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz (Spain)

Michael Oliver (England)

Daniele Orsato (Italy)

Artur Manuel Ribeiro Soares Dias (Portugal)

Daniel Siebert (Germany)

Anthony Taylor (England)

Clément Turpin (France)

Slavko Vinčić (Slovenia)