Holland coach Louis van Gaal has no intention of allowing his players to ease off against Estonia on Friday, despite his team's position of strength in World Cup qualifying Group D.
Oranje have won all six of their matches to date and have a six-point cushion at the top of the standings over nearest challengers Hungary.
They have also notched 20 goals and only conceded twice, while Holland ran out 3-0 winners over Estonia when the two teams met in Amsterdam earlier in the competition
The odds are stacked heavily in favour of the Dutch as they prepare for Friday night's match in Tallinn, but Van Gaal insists that is no reason for his players to be cavalier in their approach.
``It was not as easy for us in the home game as the scoreline suggested,'' he said in a press conference.
``Maybe you remember that match. It was 0-0 at half-time and Estonia had the first chances.
``In the end we won 3-0 and we didn't play too badly. But we gave the ball away often and were lucky to get away with it.
``They are very well organised and will go for the full 90 minutes. So if you slack off, you can expect counter-attacks and then it becomes very difficult.
``With such a team you have to break up their play, and we will have to remember that on Friday.''
On paper, Estonia's results do not appear to reflect Van Gaal's concerns. The Baltic nation have won just twice in qualifying so far and are second from bottom in the group.
Captain Ragnar Klavan is hoping they can make home advantage count at a sold-out A. Le Coq Arena, but has told the fans they will need to be on side to make that happen - and that includes better time-keeping.
``Unfortunately, it tends to be the Estonian fans arrive at the stadium at the last minute and you will not be allowed to get to your seat during the national anthem,'' the Augsburg defender told the Estonian FA website.
``Things would get off to a much better start if, against one of the teams of the competition, we could be accompanied by a heated atmosphere, creating a positive mood with everyone standing together to sing the national anthem in the stands.
``It is important to the team that the supporters arrive early in the stands.''
Holland welcome Wesley Sneijder back into the side for the trip to Estonia.
The Galatasaray playmaker had been out of favour with Van Gaal because of concerns over the player's fitness, but was drafted in as a later replacement following injuries to Georgino Wijnaldum and Rafael van der Vaart.