Courtois – The Blues Keeper is probably in the form of his life and will be booming with confidence as he starts against Holland in Goal.
Alderweireld – Even though he didn’t feature in the North London derby, there is a chance that he can feature for his national side in the friendly.
Kompany – After training with Belgium for the match, there is a high chance that he would start against Netherlands.
Vertonghen – There are few defenders as good as him in the world and in a key friendly like this he will start without a doubt.
Meunier – After scoring a wonder goal over the weekend, his confidence would be running high and would want to replicate the same performance against the Dutchmen.
Witsel – While there has been plenty of talk about Alex joining Juventus in the next transfer window or the one after that, his primary job for now is to give a solid performance against Holland as his team’s success will depend on it.
Defour – Steven seems to have rekindled his love for football and passionate performances at Burnley is reaping results. Playing very well he will get a much-deserved start.
Carrasco – The plaudits coming in doesn’t seem to end and his performance against Malaga for Atletico definitely established that sky’s the limit for him. Whatever success his team gets from this match, he will play an important role.
Mertens – When your manager thinks that you can keep Kevin De Bruyne out of the starting XI, you must be a very good player. This is true for Napoli Ace Dries Mertens who has been putting strong performances that are barring Bruyne’ entry.
Hazard – After a forgetful season last year, Hazard seems to have really found his form and is the driving force for Chelsea. He should able to put in a similar performance to sink the Dutchmen.
Lukaku – The striker is in the form of his life. Although he failed to score against a rampant Chelsea last weekend, Lukaku is a certain starter for the Red Devils.