5Iceland looking to repeat over Oranjehttps://img-1-3.cdnnetworks.net/en/cdn/cmsi/11966.jpg
Iceland have never won against Netherlands since the first meeting of these two teams back in 1973. But in 2014, the table has turned and finally, the Icelanders were able to beat the Dutch, 2-0. On September 4, 02:45 (GMT+8) in Amsterdam, these two sides will once again battle in another Euro 2016 qualifying match. Can Iceland book back-to-back victories versus Netherlands? Or will the Oranje re-assert their supremacy over Strákarnir okkar?
Thomas Vermaelen, Adnan Januzaj and Vincent Kompany were recalled by Belgium for the upcoming match against Bosnia and Herzegovina on September 4, 02:45 (GMT+8). In their last assignment, Belgium lost 1-0 to Wales. Now at full strength, can the Red Devils secure the three points against the Dragons? Bosnia and Herzegovina are currently fifth in Group B with eight points, and are underdogs when they travel to Stade Roi Baudouin, despite winning recently against Israel.
Lodged at mid-table in Group H, both Norway and Bulgaria are hopeful they can win on September 4, 02:45 (GMT+8) at the Stadion Vasil Levski and contend for the final tournament slot. Should Norway emerge victorious, they get to remain in the top half of the table, and even ascend higher. A win by the Lions however will allow Ivaylo Petev’s men to dislodge Norway at number three and relegate them to fourth place.
Undefeated Poland will put their 4-2-0 W/D/L slate in the Euro 2016 qualifying on the line battling 2014 World Cup champions Germany on September 5, 02:45 (GMT+8) in Frankfurter Volksbank Stadion. Germany are expected to do better this time around, as host team that recently flunked versus Poland when Joachim Lowe’s squad visited the White and Reds in Warsaw. The incentive for Germany are avenging the Warsaw loss and capturing the top Group D spot.
As Gibraltar get ready to face Republic of Ireland on September 5, 02:45 (GMT+8) at the Estádio Do Algarve in São João da Venda, one thing is on the mind of Team 54 fans: can Jeff Wood’s squad break the horrible streak of defeats the team has recorded as of late? In the Euro 2016 qualifying alone, this still-winless team only has one goal to their credit, versus 34 goals against after just six matches.