GELSENKIRCHEN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 19: Kenny Tete of The Netherlands ad Timo Werner of Germany compete for the ball during the UEFA Nations League A group one match between Germany and Netherlands at Veltins-Arena on November 19, 2018 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. (Photo by Matthias Hangst/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Both teams have been drawn into Group C, where only two of five nations will qualify to the European tournament

In less than two months, the Netherlands beat Germany 3-0 at home while also scrapping a 2-2 draw in their last visit.

This means seeing the Nationalmannschaft demoting to the UEFA Nations League B, closing the terrifying year 2018.

And now, they have been drawn together into Group C of the Euro 2020 qualifying tournament.

Both teams will face each other twice, starting in March of next year, will also playing against Nothern Ireland, Estonia and Belarus.

From this team, only Belarus and Estonia are yet to participate in the final tournament, while the Northern Irish only played once four years ago.

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The Netherlands and Belarus, are the only teams on this group that are guaranteed a spot in the Playoffs in case they don’t qualify here.