Van der Vaart: Holland will beat England 2-0
Published 22:30 23/02/12 By Darren Lewis
Rafael van der Vaart will be acting as a double agent over the next week when he turns out for club and country.
The Spurs forward lines up against Arsenal in the north London derby on Sunday.
And he is then set to play for Holland in next Wednesday's friendly against England - a game that could see him playing against his club-mates Kyle Walker and Scott Parker.
The Dutchman is expecting to come out on top at Wembley, and has even made an early score prediction.
"I think we are going to win 2-0!" he joked. "I know the players from Tottenham and I hope for England that they will have a great Euros, as the fans deserve to have a good summer.
"It's going to be a good game, and of course it's always fun to play against players you play with at your club.
"So I hope I'll be going back to my club with a smile."
Spurs pulled off a sensational victory at the Emirates last season, fighting back from 2-0 down at half-time to win 3-2.
This season, Harry Redknapp's men have also beaten their arch-rivals 2-1 at White Hart Lane.
Victory on Sunday will send them 13 points clear of the Gunners and keep them on the coat-tails of table toppers Manchester City and United.