Scotland travel to Nijmegen for the second game in their European Championship qualifying group and it won't come much tougher than a game against the Dutch. If that wasn't bad enough, they go there on the back of a 6-0 trouncing from the Auld Enemy last month in Sheffield.
Stark said Aberdeen midfielder Jack was the only player to emerge with passmarks but he has largely stuck with the same squad for the Dutch test. Jack played in the November 2011 game in Nijmegan as goals from Jordan Rhodes and David Wotherspoon gave Scotland a famous win over the Netherlands.
And he sees no reason why history can't repeat itself. He said: "I think they underestimated us a bit. That night, we'd been on quite a good run, we'd been scoring a lot of goals and we had the belief.
"I don't see why it can't happen again. They'll maybe look twice and know we can pass the ball and we can play well as a team. They won't take it lightly and it'll be a tough test.
"In training you can see the ability is there and I don't see why we can't go on and have a good campaign."
Jack believes the young Scots can recover from the mauling by England. He said: "On the night it was a bad result and we just have to stick together as a team. We win as a team and we lose as a team.
"There is nothing we can do now, it was a friendly game and the next game is the most important one as there are three points to play for. You would rather lose a friendly than a competitive match where there are points to play for."
Stark has made it clear his side won't be as open as they were when they played England. Carlisle United striker Mark Beck and John Herron have been added to the squad to replace Hibs' Danny Handling and Partick Thistle midfielder Stuart Bannigan.
The former Aberdeen and Celtic midfielder has urged his men to take heart from that last win in Nijmegan.
He said: "We have to get back to being hard to beat. We're not going to go and open up. Any success you get against big teams is on the back of defending properly."