The potentially decisive World Cup qualifier between the Netherlands and Norway could go to empty stands due to high infection pressure in the country, newspaper.
It has long been speculated whether the match would go to empty stands due to the pressure of infection in the Netherlands.
On Thursday, the Netherlands registered 16,364 new coronary cases, which is far above the previous infection record of 12,997 cases and was registered in December 2020.
The government sat according to The Telegraph in long meetings on Thursday to discuss what they should do with the infection pressure in the country, and the newspaper no announces that the important battle will go to empty stands as a result of the new and comprehensive national measures.
. The measures are expected to be confirmed on Friday night.
The match will be played in Rotterdam, where both Marcus Holmgren Pedersen and Fredrik Aursnes play their home matches for Feyenoord. The stadium De Kuip houses 50,000 spectators and would probably be a huge boost for the oranges in the battle for a World Cup place.
The settlement will most likely be a group final for the victory in group G. The winner of the group will secure a World Cup place in Qatar next year.