3/1 Holland to beat Latvia and money back if they don’t win

Holland will be resuming their inconsistent Euro 2016 qualifying campaign this Sunday, November 16 when they host Latvia at the Amsterdam Arena. This is a crucial Group A contest for both teams since Holland has already dropped six points in three games and the Latvians have dropped seven.  Iceland and the Czech Republic lead the group with each team winning three out of three while Holland has three points followed by Latvia with two. Kazakhstan and Turkey share the basement with just one point each.

The Dutch really need to get back on the right track and to make this game a sure thing for many bettors Betfair is offering 3/1 odds on the Netherlands to win. If they should happen to lose or draw then you’ll get your money back to a maximum of 10 pounds or euros, which means you don’t really have any risk to take. All you need to do is make a pre-match bet up to 10 pounds/euros on the Dutch to win at the normal odds. If you win you’ll get your regular winnings and you’ll also get a top up for the 3/1 odds enhancement in the way of free bets. This offer is open to new customers at Betfair whose accounts are registered in the United Kingdom or Ireland.

Holland has scored just four goals and allowed five in their three matches. They opened the group stage by losing 2-1 at the Czech Republic then beat Kazakhstan 3-1 at home before dropping a 2-0 decision in Iceland. Latvia drew 0-0 in Kazakhstan, lost 3-0 at home to Iceland and then drew 1-1 at home against Turkey. Guus Hiddink took over from Louis van Gaal as the Dutch manager this summer as Van Gaal headed to Man United. However, Hiddink is having a hard time getting the best out of his talented squad as the Dutch have lost four out of five with him in charge.

These two sides have met just once before when Holland came out on top 3-0 in a Euro 2004 match and they’ll be hoping to take all three points again this weekend. With attacking players such as Arjen Robben, Wesley Sneijder, Robin van Persie and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar in the squad the Dutch have all the skill needed to pull out a win, but Latvia will be looking to take advantage of their struggling opponents.