Will 2019 runners-up Netherlands be returning to the UEFA Nations League Finals next June?
On Thursday night, Oranje maintained their advantage at the top of Group A4, beating Poland in Warsaw.
Cody Gakpo broke the deadlock, before Steven Bergwijn, after playing a neat one-two with Vincent Janssen, secured the victory at Stadion Narodowy.
Louis van Gaal’s side therefore remain unbeaten in the Nations League, only dropping points in a 2-2 draw with Poland in Rotterdam.
Belgium are the only side who can deny their neighbours top spot, after they beat Wales 2-1 in Brussels in mid-week.
The first half was the Kevin De Bruyne show; the midfielder beautifully breaking the deadlock with the outside of his boot, before putting it on a plate for Michy Batshuayi.
So, Roberto Martínez’s team are three points behind the Dutch, but are very much up against it as they bid to finish top.
Following Holland’s 4-1 victory at King Baudouin Stadium, Belgium need to win by three clear goals to usurp them, given that the second tiebreaker is head-to-head record.
Thus, it’s likely to be party time at Johan Cruyff Arena for the Oranje faithful.
Remember, the Group A4 winners not only qualify for the Nations League Finals, but will host them too next June.