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Netherlands and Estonia are pitted against each other in UEFA EURO Qualifiers 2020. Netherlands vs Estonia match is set to be played on Tuesday (November 19). Both the teams are in group C in UEFA EURO Qualifiers 2020 football tournament. While Netherlands is already through to Euro 2020, Estonia is on the bottom of the points table and has no chances of making it to the Euro 2020.

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Netherlands failed to qualify in the last two editions of Euro 2016 and 2012 and therefore have showed a very impressive performance this time. Netherlands is on the second spot in group C points table. They have won 5 games out of 7 of which one ended in a tie. Nethelands won against Belarus (4-0), Germany (4-2), Estonia (4-0), Northern Ireland (3-1) and Belarus (2-1).

They lost to one match to Germany (3-2). Netherlands' previous game against Northern Ireland ended in a goalless tie. Talking about Estonia, they have nothing to lose in the match as they have no chances to make it for Euro 2020. Estonia lost six matches out of seven they played. One game ended in a draw. Below are the live streaming, live telecast and match details of Netherlands vs Estonia match.

Northern Ireland will be wondering what might have been if Steven Davis had been able to convert his penalty during their 0-0 draw with the Netherlands on Saturday.

Unfortunately for though for the Green and White Army, the Rangers man blazed his spot kick over the bar and ended their hopes of qualifying automatically for Euro 2020.

Joachim Low's ​announcement that he would no longer select Mats Hummels or Jerome Boateng has left Germany with something of a defensive crisis after injuries to Niklas Sule and Antonio Rudiger, meaning that Mathias Ginter and Robin Koch will likely start at the back.

They are as strong as ever up front though, with the in-form ​Serge Gnabry - who has five goals in six Euro 2020 qualifiers - set to start alongside Timo Werner.

For Northern Ireland, ​Hull City's Josh Magennis is expected to lead the line again after coming very close to scoring against the Netherlands.

Jonny Evans has been part of the ​Leiceser City defence that has conceded fewer goals than any other team in the Premier League, and will form a familiar back four along side Craig Catchcart, Stuart Dallas and Jamal Lewis.

There was a period between 1983 and 1996 when Northern Ireland went five games unbeaten against Germany, winning two and drawing three.
Since then though, the Germans have won every one of the eight fixtures the two sides have played against one another.

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