• Posted on: 17 June 2022

The Netherlands are slight underdogs ahead of their UEFA Nations League clash with hosts Belgium on Friday according to the soccer betting odds from soccer betting sites worldwide. The two teams will get their 2022/23 Nations League campaign underway by facing each other at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels later this week.

Both Belgium and the Netherlands have already booked their place at this year's World Cup tournament in Qatar. The two teams qualified from the European section automatically. Belgium won their group ahead of Wales to secure their place in Qatar, while the Netherlands won their group ahead of Turkey for a place in Qatar. The Belgians were at the last World Cup tournament in Russia four years ago, while the Dutch team will return to the World Cup stage in Qatar later this year after missing out on the Russia 2018 World Cup.
The Netherlands and Belgium are in Group A4 of the current UEFA Nations Le

ague season alongside Wales and Poland. Poland and Wales have already faced each other on Wednesday evening in the first game in Group A4.
Poland were favourites for the Wales game according to the soccer betting odds from various soccer betting sites and the Polish team lived up to their status after they came from behind to beat Wales 2-1 at home. After a goalless draw in the first half, Swindon Town midfielder Jonathan Williams gave visiting team Wales the lead seven minutes into the second half before Jakub Kaminski and Karol Swiderski came off the bench to score and turn the game on its head for Poland. Lech Poznan winger Kaminski scored the Poland equaliser on 72 minutes before Charlotte FC attacker Swiderski scored the winner five minutes from time to secure the three points on offer for the home team.