VS. Where: Koning Boudewijnstadion in BrusselsHow many spectators: 46.000How late will the game start: 20:45 METExpected Dutch supporters: 1000 Stats: FIFA Ranking of both country's since it's introduction: Last 7 results Belgium: Last 7 results Netherlands: Results between both country's: Overall: Visual: Most important games (friendly's excluded): Interesting player market value development Belgium NT vs Dutch NT in a Transfermarkt-column set from high to low (currency in English Pounds): Some "recent" games to remember: The Dutch losing from the Red Devils at WC 1994: The draw at WC 1998 with the Kluivert vs Staelens incident: The Crazy 5-5 in 1999: With Belgium players going to the biggest clubs in the world and the Dutch NT crashing out of Euro 2012, is this a game of the future team vs a past team? Will we now face a period where Belgium will dominate more on the world stage and grab the headlines, while Netherlands will start to struggle to even qualify? Or will van Gaal be able to phase in new exciting prospects and let the team play to the best of their ability? Will we see a team resisting their new coach or will we see a fresh and exciting Dutch NT that tries to win the hearts and minds of the footballing world? Expected is at least a hungry Dutch NT that wants to prove themselves to the new coach and try to put on a good show for the country after the humiliating exit from Euro 2012. Both nations will use this friendly to fine tune the team and prepare for their WC qualifier games in the month after this game. However a match between the country's passes as a classic and is a game on it's own. The preliminary squads are known and posted already on this forum. When the final squads are determined by the coaches in a few days, they will be posted in this thread.