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Where: Estádio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre.
When: Wednesday 18 June, 17.00 BST.
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It’s the second match of the 2014 World Cup for these two Group B sides who had very different opening games, with Netherlands beating reigning champions Spain 5-1 and Australia succumbing to a 3-1 loss to Chile.
Therefore the Aussies need to win this match to have any realistic chance of reaching the last-16, but know they will be against it when facing Louis van Gaal’s in-form team.
Their demolition of the Spaniards on Friday showed that despite supposedly not having as many world-class stars as in the past, the Dutch are a superb unit and attack at will.
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie put any doubts over his fitness to rest by netting two in the last game, whilst Arjen Robben of Bayern Munich did the same and the duo make up a potent attack.
However, one positive for the Australians is that the Oranje have never beaten them and despite losing to the Chileans, Ange Postecoglou’s men showed some good offensive flair.
Tim Cahill netted his 33rd international goal in typical fashion with a fine header and the former Everton man will be their most lethal player in the box once again.
There is some bad news for the Socceroos as Ivan Franjic picked up a hamstring injury in their last encounter and will now miss the rest of the tournament and is expected to be replaced in the starting XI by Ryan McGowan.
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