Netherlands vs Czech Republic LIVE: Stream FREE, TV channel, team news and kick-off time – Euro 2020 latest updates
HOLLAND face Czech Republic in Budapest this evening for a place in the last-eight of Euro 2020.
Frank de Boer's side have been extremely impressive so far with three wins from three, while the Czechs reached this stage after finishing behind England in Group D.
- Kick-off time: 5pm BST
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What time does Netherlands vs Czech Republic kick off?
- The match kicks off at 5pm UK time – 6pm in the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Hungary.
- It will be played at the Puskas Arena, Budapest.
What TV channel is Netherlands vs Czech Republic on and can I live stream it?
- Netherlands vs Czech Republic is live on ITV1.
- To stream the game live, head to the ITV Hub.
What is the team news?
Luuk de Jong is out of the tournament after playing just ten minutes before picking up a knee injury.
Wout Weghorst and Liverpool target Donyell Malan will battle it out to fill the the vacant striker's spot in the team.
Marten de Roon is likely to return to the line-up after being rested against Czech Republic.
The Czechs played effectively their strongest eleven against England at Wembley despite already having qualified.
The biggest decision manager Jaroslav Silhavy is likely to have is whether to continue with Tomas Holes next to Tomas Soucek in midfield or bring in West Ham target Alex Kral.
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IT'S A KNOCKOUT
Things are getting serious now at Euro 2020.
After last night's drama, Italy and Denmark are safely through to the quarter-final stage of the competition.
Today looks set to deliver plenty with two more matches, the first of which is a tasty looking clash in Bucharest.
Holland take on the Czech Republic for a place in the last-eight, with Frank de Boer's side chasing a fourth-straight win in the tournament.
The Dutch have enjoyed being back in the big time and will relish this test against a Czech side who finished second in Group D.
The Czechs only win has so far come against Scotland, with Patrik Schick showing his class with three goals and counting.
Optimistic Three Lions fans will be looking at this pair and noting that England may yet face one in the last-four. Steady on.
But that's what is at stake now, every moment matters – 90 minutes, extra-time and then penalties if we need it.
The real competition has started, Holland vs Czech Republic is set for 5pm.
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