The likes of van der Vaart, Affellay and de Jong (all movers around deadline day) have all been dropped from the squad while uncapped Feyenoord duo Clasie and Janmaat did receive the call and could both start.
With no van Bommel on the international scene any more there could be a place for Leroy Fer, who has been recalled to the squad having made his only appearance side two years ago.
Ricardo van Rhijn could earn his second start as well due to the absence of right-back Gregory van der Wiel.
Usual goalkeeper Volkan is injured so Gunok should start for the visitors, while Sahin and Emre coudl vie for a place in the midfield.
With Burak Yilmaz not fully fit the in form Umut Bulut may start as the lone striker.
Egeman Korkmaz will hope to start at centre-back but may miss out to Toprak and Kaya.
Holland will go into this game as strong favourites at home but know that in playing Turkey they face a tough start to their qualifying campaign. In turn, Turkey will be aware that the Dutch usually sail through qualification for major tournaments so will be keen for an early upset.
The visitors may line-up with just one striker, with Bulut favoured over Yilmaz, and look to their attacking wide men, with Arda in particular the key to any success they may have.
In the end Holland should be too strong in what is likely to be an entertaining affair with plenty of goals.
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