Netherlands will look to make it five wins out of five when they host Estonia for their World Cup Qualifier Group D tie Friday.
The Dutch are in command of their group, having so far earned a perfect 12 points out of four games, and apart from an unforeseen circumstance, it will be 15 points from five at the end of the 90 minutes against Estonia.
"Against Italy and Germany (in friendly games where they drew both) we showed what we are capable off against the bigger teams in the world and this creates expectations," Dutch team coach Luis Van Gaal said.
"Now we have to show it against Estonia and Romania (on Tuesday)."
Midfielder Wesley Sneijder is back in the squad after reigniting his career in Turkey following his move to Galatasaray from Inter Milan in January.
Netherlands, however, will be without goalkeeper Tim Krul and striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar due to injuries.
Estonia will be without injured duo Taavi Rahn and Gert Kams.
"I am very happy with the way he operates with Holland," Dutch striker Robin Van Persie told AD. "He is very clear, everyone knows where they stand. Van Gaal is a craftsman, he does everything he can to explain.
"I understand his choices. For his first match against Belgium (a friendly), I had a very good conversation with him. That was the first time we talked. He was very friendly, he laughs with everyone."
Van Gaal is expected to start with a youthful lineup, with an inexperienced but very talented and capable back four.
Expected lineups: Netherlands: Vorm; Janmaat, De Vrij, Martins Indi, Blind; De Guzman, Sneijder, Strootman; Lens, Van Persie, Robben.
Estonia: Pareiko; Jaager, Morozov, Klavan, Teniste; Puri, Vunk, Vassiljev, Kink; Lindpere; Oper.
Prediction: 4-0 to Netherlands