WC qualifying: Group D preview
Holland have already qualified for the 2014 World Cup as Group D winners, but three sides are battling for the remaining qualification spot.
Hungary, Turkey and Romania are engaged in a three-way showdown for the runners-up spot. Hungary are one point above Turkey and Romania, but it is the last of those three teams that arguably have the best chance of finishing second to the Dutch as they have the easiest remaining two fixtures.
While Hungary and Turkey must each play Holland, Romania face Group D lightweights Andorra and Estonia. Attacking midfielder Cristian Tanase is desperate for Romania to book their first appearance at a World Cup since 1998.
"It would be incredible to play at the World Cup. It is the greatest honour to represent your country in this competition," he said.
"Of course we'd love to replicate the success of previous generations. I hope it happens one day because the potential is certainly there."
Tanase is hoping that Holland play their part in helping Romania realise their World Cup dream.
He said: "Our 2-0 loss to Turkey was a disappointing result because none of us really considered the possibility of losing.
"We shouldn't have lost that game, especially when you bear in mind how well we played and the number of chances we created.
"I have faith in Holland and believe they can beat Hungary and Turkey, or at least get a point from those games."
Hungary travel to Amsterdam and then host Andorra, while Turkey visit Estonia before entertaining Holland in Istanbul.
With the Dutch in full command of Group D, it is the race for second that is providing the entertainment and it promises to be a thrilling climax to the pool.
Whipping boys Andorra have yet to score a goal in their qualifying campaign, conceding 24 in their eight successive defeats, and host Romania.