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Turkey and Romania will be hoping that Holland will do them a favour on Friday night when the penultimate round of games gets underway in Group D.
The two countries currently sit third and fourth in the group, one point behind second place Hungary, however with Turkey away to Estonia, Romania travelling to Andorra and Hungary taking on Holland, the group could have a very different look to at by the end of the night’s action.
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Turkey will be confident of getting a result against an Estonian side that has failed to reproduce the form that saw them reach the play offs for Euro 2012.
The Baltic state has won two games, drawn 1, lost 5 and just scored 6 goals in their 8 games to date, with 16 goals conceded.
Turkey were comfortable 3-0 winners when the side’s met in September 2012 and will be hopeful of avoiding a shock prior to their final game against the Dutch in Istanbul.
Romania meanwhile will be confident of sealing their place in the play offs as they follow up their clash against whipping boys Andorra with a home time against Estonia. The Romanian lost to Turkey 2-0 at home last time out, their third defeat of the group heavy home and away losses to Holland however wins over Turkey away and Hungary have kept them in contention.
Hungary meanwhile will be hoping that Balázs Dzsudzsák can continue his impressive return of four goals in four games at the Amsterdam Arena.
The left-winger was a member of the PSV Eindhoven side that won the Dutch title in 2008 and scored at the stadium and has a strong inside knowledge of the Dutch game after spending three and a half years in the Eredivisie title in 2008.
The 26-year-old, now with Dinamo Moscow, scored against the Oranje last September but Hungary were eventually beaten 4-1 and they face a big ask to secure a win over the 2010 FIFA World Cup runners-up.
Hungary, who will head into the game without the their captain Zoltán Gera, István Kovács, Roland Júhász and Ádám Szalai through injury, will be hoping that Holland, who have already qualified for the 2014 edition – will take their eye of the ball.
Should Hungary upset the odds on Friday, then they will head into Tuesday’s game comfortable in the knowledge that a win over Andorra, at home, will seal a first play-off place since defeat by Yugoslavia on the road to the 1998 World Cup regardless of results elsewhere.