In a battle of unbeatens, the Netherlands came out on top 76-68 to improve to 3-0 in Group A.
Five players scored in double figures for the Dutch, who took a significant step towards qualifying after finishing the first leg with an undefeated record.
Netherlands coach Meindart van Veen has admitted that his team must play a lot better than they did against Iceland if they are to get a victory against Ireland in their EuroBasket Women Division B qualifier on Saturday.
Although the Dutch ran out 66-61 winners at the weekend, Van Veen was not happy with the performance.
The Netherlands stood firm in the face of a mammoth effort from Iceland's Helena Sverrisdottir to win Saturday's EuroBasket Women Division B qualifier 66-61 in Rotterdam.
Sverrisdottir had virtually kept her side in the match single-handedly with 25 points, 10 rebounds and two assists, but when she fouled out with 28 seconds left in the game, Iceland's victory hopes melted away.
The Netherlands women's side look likely to go into their upcoming EuroBasket Women qualifiers as one of the Division B favourites after a trio of handsome wins over Luxembourg.
The sides met on August 18, 19 and 20 as they both prepare for qualification to begin on September 9 but the hosts were outclassed by Meindart van Veen's team.
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