When is it? How can you watch it? All you need to know about the UEFA Nations League Group A4 game between Netherlands and Wales.
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Netherlands and Wales meet in UEFA Nations League Group A4 on Tuesday 14 June.
Netherlands vs Wales at a glance
When: Tuesday 14 June (20:45 CET kick-off)
Where: Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam
What: UEFA Nations League Group A4 fixture
How to follow: Build-up and live coverage will appear here
Where to watch Netherlands vs Wales on TV
Netherlands: Cillessen; Teze, De Ligt, Martins Indi; Hateboer, Koopmeiners, F. de Jong, Malacia; Janssen, Gakpo, Lang.
Wales: Hennessey; B. Davies, Mepham, Rodon, Burns; Wilson, Smith, Ampadu, Thomas; Johnson, James.
Wales (most recent match first): DLWLDW
Derek Brookman, match reporter: The Dutch showed great spirit, resilience and mental toughness to draw 2-2 with Poland on Saturday, though Memphis Depay, who missed an added-time penalty, said the result felt like a defeat. He and his team-mates will have to pick themselves up for the visit of a Wales team buoyed by their late equaliser against Belgium. A win for the Dutch would make them uncatchable for Rob Page’s side and clear favourites to top the group.
What the coaches say
Louis van Gaal, Netherlands coach: "Winning is very important in the lead up to a World Cup. I really don’t want us to lose. Now we are top of our Nations League group. Also in terms of head-to-head results result against Belgium, I don't see them beating us 4-1. That said, the process is more important than qualifying for the next round of the Nations League."
Rob Page, Wales coach: "We've had a few injuries as it's been such an intense camp, but it's the most positive camp that we've had. We wanted to expose our younger players to quality opposition and I've been really pleased with our performances. There's a tremendous amount of positives to come out of this camp. The tides have turned, we respect our opposition, but we don't fear anyone."
What happens after the UEFA Nations League group stage?
The four group winners in League A will advance to the knockout finals with, in principle, one appointed as hosts. The semi-finals will be played on 14 and 15 June 2023 with the final and third-place play-off to follow on 18 June.
The teams finishing fourth in the groups in League A will be relegated to League B for the 2024/25 edition.