Holland (Netherlands) Vs Slovakia World Cup 2010 Live, Highlights, Preview and Team News

Bert van Marwijk will be expecting more of the same from his thus far victorious Dutch side.

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June 27, 2010 - Durban, South Africa - epa02226397 The Netherlands coach, Bert van Marwijk, trains his team for the upcoming Round of 16 match against Slovakia in the FIFA 2010 Soccer World Cup, Durban, South Africa, 27 June 2010.

Netherlands coach Bert van Marwijk has a full squad to choose from to face the Slovakia, although Arjen Robben is again likely to start on the bench. Gregory van der Wiel should return at right back in place of Khalid Boulahrouz.
Slovakia coach Vladimir Weiss is likely to stick to a similar line-up to the one that shocked holders Italy 3-2. One enforced change will be in midfield, where Zdeno Strba is suspended. Kamil Kopunek is favourite to deputise.
Suspended: Strba (Slovakia); One booking from suspension: De Jong, Van Persie, Van der Wiel, Kuyt, Van der Vaart, Van Bronckhorst (Netherlands); Durica, Sestak, Weiss, Vittek, Pekarik, Mucha (Slovakia). (BBC Sport)

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Holland will look to continue their 100% World Cup run in Durban as they take on a Slovakian side who must be full of confidence after their superb victory over 2006 World Cup holders Italy. Bert van Marwijk must be pleased with his sides showing thus far but will probably also believe they can bring things up an extra gear and will also know that he has a squad jam packed with quality who he has to believe can get past Vladimir Weiss’s over achievers.

Highlights of previous World Cup matches these two have taken part in.

Cameroon 1-2 HollandSlovakia 3-2 Italy

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