Estonia vs Holland by Sunshine
In the last official match before this one, Estonia played against Latvia back in August and tied 1:1 in not that quality match. Hosts had to play with a man less since 43rd minute, but managed to take the lead in 68th minute, while the tempo of the match felt from then on, as both technicians made several changes at that time.
Still, they failed to keep the lead for a longer period, as the guests have equalized in 74th minute, with none of the sides trying and caring actually too much for the victory. Estonia is currently fifth in their qualifying group having already six points less than second placed Hungary, while their aspirations towards some surprising qualification have vanished after six matches played. They were defeated four times, against Romania, Turkey, Hungary and Holland without scoring a goal in those matches and that describes their quality the best. Their left back Morozov is suspended for this game, while important and experienced striker Opers (played in Holland for a few years) has decided to retire and won't be a part of the national team anymore as well.
Holland, on the other side, is coming into this game from a 1:1 draw against Portugal away from home few weeks ago. They came better and much stronger at the start of the game, getting a 1:0 lead in 17th minute, however Portuguese were the ones who took over the control later during the game.
They were more dangerous and have fairly equalized with a goal three minutes before the full time whistle when they used inactivity of Dutch defense. Before that match, they had a small tourney in Asian, ending it with victories over China 2:0 and Indonesia 3:0. Having a 6-0-0 record in the qualifying group, there is no doubt that Holland will take the ticker for the World Cup very quickly, being one of the fastest European sides to get it. Left back Blind is left out from the mission due injury problem, as well as midfielder van der Vaart and attacking midfielder Wijnaldum from PSV. Sim de Jong and Huntellar are also out, while winger Sneijder returns to the team, same as talented midfielder Maher.
There is no doubt that the Dutch side is much more quality and should have no problems showing it with a couple of goals victory at least. Their first clash ended as a 3:0 victory for the Holland and tonight's game should be the same.