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The Netherlands face Czech Republic at the Ferenc Puskas Stadium on Sunday looking to book a place against Denmark in the quarter-finals of Euro 2020.

Frank de Boer's side collected maximum points against Ukraine, Austria and North Macedonia in the group stages with captain Georginio Wijnaldum one of the standout performers.

The soon-to-be PSG midfielder was handed the reigns in the absence of Virgil van Dijk who suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury in October. The Liverpool defender opted to continue his rehabilitation with the Reds as he recovers from the injury in preparation for the upcoming Premier League season.

Netherland's midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum celebrates scoring his team's second goal

Holland shook off the scare that Ukraine had given them in the opening match as they squandered a two-goal lead only for Denzel Dumfries to head home at the death. They went onto score five unanswered goals in their remaining two games against Austria and North Macedonia to become one of three teams with a 100 per cent record.

Czech Republic were top of Group D going into their final group game against England after they picked up four points from their opening two games as Patrik Schick helped them to the summit.

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However England picked up the three points thanks to Raheem Sterling's header and the Czech's slipped to third as Croatia defeated Scotland 3-1 to claim second place.

In-form Schick will now be hoping to replicate the feat that Milan Baros achieved 17 years ago as the former Liverpool striker won the Golden Boot at Euro 2004 in Portugal as they reached the semi-finals.

How far will Holland go at Euro 2020? Have your say in the comments below.

Czech Republic's forward Patrik Schick (L) has been in form during Euro 2020


How to watch Holland vs Czech Republic?

ITV will be the broadcaster for the match, with kick-off at 5pm BST.

It will also be available to be streamed live on the ITV Hub.

Coverage starts at 4:15pm.

Who is in charge?

Russian official Sergei Karasev will be in charge of the match in what will be his third Euro 2020 match.

For the neutrals, they will be happy to know that in each of the two matches that he officiated, there has been at least two goals in both.

What has been said?

Holland Frank de Boer told UEFA.com: "What would be a success for this tournament? If we get to the last four, then we have done well. Ultimately we want to be getting paraded down the canals [of Amsterdam] on a boat: that is the ultimate goal. We not only want to reach the final, but also to win it. Then the tournament is completely successful. We are now focusing only on the Czech Republic; we have a lot of work to do to deal with the Czechs."

Czech Republic head coach Jaroslav Šilhav explained: "We have analysed all the Netherlands' games and they had about 30 chances. We simply must effectively and responsibly defend as a team. It is not about the Dutch tactical system but about their massive attacking power. We must work hard as a team, work hard and be dangerous in attack. If we do not come up win an exceptional performance, we will not succeed."

Match Odds

Holland – 7/10

Draw – 14/5

Czech Republic – 22/5

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