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Netherlands went ice cold versus Iceland the first time they met in the Euro 2016 qualifying stage. On September 4 at 02:45 (GMT+8), it is time for revenge for the Oranje. During the first of this two-legged tie, the Dutch were embarrassed after failing to find the back of the net in Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík. Can the Netherlands outfit find it in them to gift Iceland their second loss here in the group stage?
Belgium, despite being the superior team, failed to get the three points versus Bosnia and Herzegovina the first time these two sides met. The Red Devils, still trailing Group B leaders Wales, get another chance to beat the Dragons and this time, they will be propelled by the home crowd at Stade Roi Baudouin in Brussels on September 4, 02:45 (GMT+8). With Bosnia and Herzegovina also desperate for a win, which side will prevail?
Norway and Bulgaria rarely meet on the turf, but the last time they played each other, which was during the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying, the Norwegians bested the Lions, 2-1, in Oslo. In the return leg which is on September 4, 02:45 (GMT+8), can we expect to see the same result despite Bulgaria playing on home soil in Sofia, with the knowledge that should they lose, they would sink lower in the Group H table?
Poland had an amazing 2-0 victory over powerhouse team Germany during their match in Warsaw last year. But now, it is Germany’s turn to host Poland, and with Joachim Löw’s men looking to overtake the Polish Group D table leaders, we can expect Germany to give no quarter to the visiting White Eagles on September 5, 02:45 (GMT+8). The challenge for Poland now is to register back-to-back wins against DFB Eleven. Can they do it?
It was indeed a lucky day for Republic of Ireland as they pulverised Gibraltar during their recent Euro 2016 qualifying group stage match. The final score was 7-0 as the host team ran amok in Dublin against an inferior Gibraltar defence. On September 5, 02:45, Gibraltar will have the chance to equalise with their Irish tormentors. But with morale possibly decimated after a seven-match losing skid, is Team 54 equipped to overcome The Green Army?