Netherlands will face a tough test at nine in the quarter-finals on Thursday when they arrive in Paris, France, in the seventh round of the first round of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers in Russia.
The Netherlands face the risk of missing out on the next World Cup, where they are third in their group three points behind leaders Sweden and France.
The 34-year-old striker, Robin van Persie, is in the squad for the first time since 2015.
The Dutch team for the match included Jasper Silesen (Barcelona), Martin Stekelinberg (Everton), Gerwin Zewell (PSV Eindhoven), for the defense: Naithin Ake (Bournemouth English), Daly Blind (Manchester United), Wesley (Southampton), Joel Feltman, Matisse de Legget (Ajax), Karim Thin (Hertha Berlin), Titi (Lyon), Stephane de Frei (Lazio).
Midfielders: Donnie van Beck (Ajax), Marco van Ginkel (PSV Eindhoven), Philhina (Feyenoord), Casper Bruper (Brighton), Wesley Sneijder (Nice France)
Defenders: Memphis DePay (Lyon), Bache Doust (Sporting Lisbon), Vincent Jansen (Tottenham Hotspur), Robin van Persie (Fenerbahce), Quincy Promes (Spartak Moscow), Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich)
While the French team faces many absences in the game today, like Real Madrid defender Rafael Faran, Benjamin Mende of Manchester City and Gabriel Sedibe of Monaco due to injury, while Didier Deschamps, the director of the team "Duke" to exclude the newly departed Osman Dembli Barcelona Club Of Borussia Dortmund as a result of his recent appearance in the games, and the spotlight will be on Mbaby, who is close to moving to Paris Saint-Germain from Monaco.
The World Cup qualifying system provides for the top teams to go directly to the World Cup, while the top eight teams will be again among the nine teams to play a playoff supplement to settle the remaining four cards.