Netherlands vs USA How to watch, live stream free, team preview, lineup and more

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Netherlands vs USA head to head today. The Netherlands will face the United States in the World Cup knockout stage for the fourth time in five years, with Louis van Gaal’s side having advanced to the Round of 16 after defeating Iran in the last group stage match.

Captain Christian Pulisic scored the game’s only goal, igniting wild celebrations and sending the USMNT into the first knockout phase for the third time in four finals competitions.

After failing to advance further on each of those times, the United States is aiming for a quarterfinals spot for the first time since 2002 against opponents they have never faced in a World Cup.

Here’s how to watch Netherlands vs USA live action in real-time:

Netherlands vs USA How to watch:

Viewers around the world can watch the action live on the following channels and here:

The Khalifa International Stadium will host this crucial Round of 16 matches. Here’s how to keep up with the action in some of the world’s most important cities.

When is USA vs Netherlands?

  • Date: Saturday, Dec. 3
  • Time: 10 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT in USA

Netherlands will take on the USA on Saturday, Dec. 3 at the Khalifa International Stadium in Al Rayyan, with kickoff set at 10 a.m. ET (18:00 local time in Qatar).

Here’s how that translates to time zones across some of the world’s major territories:

Kickoff time
Qatar18:00 (local)
USA10:00 ET
Canada10:00 ET
UK15:00 GMT
Australia02:00 AEDT*
India20:30 IST
Hong Kong23:00 HKT
Malaysia23:00 MYT
Singapore23:00 SGT
New Zealand04:00 NZDT*

Following day (Dec 4)

Lineups for Netherlands vs USA:

The most severe injury issue for the United States is Christian Pulisic’s pelvic contusion suffered when scoring the game-winning goal against Iran.

The Chelsea forward was replaced in that game and brought to a local hospital as a “precaution,” according to the team. Pulisic was seen celebrating with the team hotel players that night and told a reporter that he will be ready to play.

Josh Sargent was forced to leave the game after landing awkwardly on the ball. He was observed crying on the sidelines and underwent scans the next day. His condition is unknown, but a photo Tim Ream uploaded on Wednesday morning of him playing pool with Sargent showed the striker standing up and smiling.

USA’s expected lineup (4-3-3, from left to right): 1. Turner (GK) — 2. Dest, Carter-Vickers, 20. 13. Ream, 8. McKennie, 5. Robinson 4. Adams, Musah — 21, Weah — 24, Sargent — 10, Pulisic

Memphis Depay missed the Netherlands’ first group stage game, came off the bench for their second game, then started and played 60 minutes against Qatar.

It’s unclear how match-fit the Barcelona forward is currently after missing two months of club activity leading up to the World Cup, but he appears set to resume his career.

Georginio Wijnaldum, who injured his leg in August and could not join the squad, is the team’s prominent absentee.

Netherlands (5-3-2, right to left): 23. Noppert (GK), 22. Dumfries, 2. Timber, 4. Van Dijk, 5. Ake, 17. Blind — 15. De Roon, 21. De Jong, 14. Klaassen — 8. Gakpo, 10. Depay

Odds and prediction for the Netherlands vs USA:

The Netherlands are the favourite to extend their 18-match unbeaten streak, which includes five wins in their last six games.

The USA demonstrated their toughness by emerging from a group with three opponents ranked in FIFA’s top 20. Only one of Gregg Berhalter’s team’s last eight matches has produced more than two goals.

BetMGM (USA), Sports Interaction (Canada), SkyBet (UK), and Ladbrokes offer odds.

Reminder: All Moneyline bets in soccer are for entertainment, regardless of competition. If the game requires a winner and goes to extra time or penalties, a money line bet on a regulation draw wins, and the rest of the game is ignored.

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