What TV channel is Holland vs Spain? Live stream, kick-off time and team news

The Netherlands will be looking to bounce back from a series of disappointing results in a tough game against Spain. Holland have only won one of their last five matches, whereas Spain suffered a shock defeat to Ukraine last time out.

Holland vs Spain team news

Davy Klaassen is back in the Netherlands squad, and could earn his first international cap since 2017.

Georginio Wijnaldum, Patrick van Aanholt, Donny van de Beek and Memphis Depay are all eligible to play.

Spain boss Luis Enrique has called up starlet Marcos Llorente to the senior squad for the first time.

But there’s no place for Leeds striker Rodrigo, who is recovering from coronavirus, or Liverpool’s Thiago Alcantara, who is injured.

Netherlands squad: Bizot, Cillessen, Krul, van Aanholt, Ake, Blind, Hateboer, Veltman, De Vrij, Wijndal, Van de Beek, De Jong, Klaassen, Koopmeiners, Wijnaldum, Vilhena, Babel, Berghuis, Ihattaren, De Jong, Malen, Depay, Promes, Stengs

Spain squad: De Gea, Kepa, Simon, Reguilon, Gaya, Martinez, P. Torres, Ramos, Garcia, Roberto, Navas, Merino, Koke, Busquets, Rodri, Llorente, Fabian, Canales, Oyarzabal, Gerard, Morata, F. Torres, Olmo, Traore

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What time does Holland vs Spain start?

Kick-off is set to take place at 7.45pm UK time, at the Johan Cruijff ArenA in Amsterdam.

What TV channel is Holland vs Spain?

The match will be televised on Sky Sports Football, with pre-match coverage starting at 7.40pm.

How to live stream Holland vs Spain

You can watch the match in full and live via the Sky Go app on your computer, mobile or tablet, if you’re a Sky Sports subscriber.

What has been said?

Netherlands boss Frank De Boer has envisaged a very promising future for his Netherlands squad.

He said: “A lot of young talents are knocking on the door. Michel Bakker at Paris Saint-Germain and Sven Botman just plays every game since he signed with Lille.

“[Ryan] Gravenberch is doing fantastic, also at an international level. He is also certainly a candidate that comes to mind.

“You really have a lot of young talents knocking on the door.”

Spain manager Luis Enrique has heaped praise on Juventus striker Alvaro Morata.

The forward struggled during his spell at Chelsea and Atletico Madrid, but appears to have found his feet once again.

“I decide to call him because since he has returned to Juve you can see a very different player, especially in terms of confidence,” said Enrique.

“I am talking about his performance in attack, defense and his confidence.”

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