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Holland overcame an impressive Ukraine comeback to secure all three points in their Euro 2020 opener thanks to Denzel Dumfries' late winner on Sunday.

That could prove to be the confidence lift the Dutch needed to stake their claim in the tournament as they get set for a tricky test against Austria.

After two late goals grabbed them a win over North Macedonia, the Austrians know a big result against Holland will send them into the last-16.

However, they will have to do so without Marko Arnautovic, after the forward was banned for one match by UEFA due to him insulting an opponent during his goal celebration.

Holland will fancy their chances with Arnautovic out of the picture, but with problems for each side in defence, we could be set to see some goals.

Holland will be looking to build on their late opening win over Ukraine
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When is the match and how can I watch?

Holland play against Austria in their Euro 2020 Group C encounter on Thursday 17 June at the Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam.

Viewers in the UK will be able to watch the game on BBC 1, with coverage starting at 7:30pm before kick-off at 8PM.

The game will also be available to stream via the BBC iPlayer.

For a full list of Euro 2020 match dates, times and TV channels, click here.

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Team news

Frank de Boer is not expected to make too many changes to his Holland side, although Owen Wijndal may replace Crystal Palace fullback Patrick Van Aanholt at left wing-back.

Centre back Matthijs de Ligt has returned to full training after picking up a groin injury and is likely to return to the side.

In recent games de Boer has used a three-at-the-back system, which means one of Jurriën Timber, Stefan de Vrij or Daley Blind will drop to the bench in order for de Ligt to play.

Likely Holland lineup: Stekelenburg; De Ligt, de Vrij, Blind; Dumfries, de Roon, de Jong, Wijnaldum, Wijndal; Depay, Weghorst

Austria will also likely start with a very similar team, barring the suspended Aurnautovic.

Likely Austria lineup: Bachmann; Dragovic, Alaba, Hinteregger; Schlager, Rainer, Ulmer, Lahmer, Sabitzer; Kalajdzic, Baumgartner.

Will Austria cause an upset? Have your say in the comments below.

Austria are currently top of Group C, with three points and a goal difference of +2. Holland are in second place, also with three points, but with a goal difference of +1.

The team that finishes top of Group C will play their Round of 16 match on Sunday 27 June, at 5PM, at the Puskas Arena, Budapest. That game will be against the third placed team in one of their Group D/E or F.

The team which finishes in second place in Group C will play on Saturday 26 June, at Wembley Stadium at 8PM. That match will be against the winners of Group A, which may likely be Italy.

Austria will play Ukraine in the last of their Group C matches on Monday 21 June, at 5PM at the National Arena, Bucharest.

Holland's final game will be on the same day, also at 5PM, against North Macedonia, at their home stadium and Ajax ground, the Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam.

Odds

Holland are unsurprisingly the favourites to win the match with Grosvenor Sports at a well priced 4/7, while Austria are very much considered the outsiders at 24/5.

Holland – 4/7

Draw – 16/5

Austria – 24/5

Holland striker Memphis Depay scored the joint second most goals for Lyon in Ligue 1 this season (20), and is 11/10 to score, and 18/5 to score first vs Austria.

*Odds supplied by Grosvenor Sports and are subject to change. Please gamble responsibly.