Holland vs Spain: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for international friendly
HOLLAND are up against old World Cup rivals Spain in a mouth-watering international duel this week.
The two sides have come up against each other numerous times, most notably in the World Cup final in 2010, where Spain came out on top.
Both teams are preparing for crunch Nations League fixtures later on in the international schedule, with the Dutch currently four matches without a win.
What time does Holland vs Spain kick off?
- This friendly clash is set for Wednesday, November 11.
- Holland vs Spain kicks off at 7.45pm (BST) with coverage of the action starting at 7.30pm (BST).
- The game will take place at the world famous Amsterdam Arena in the Netherlands, giving Holland the home advantage.
What TV channel is Holland vs Spain on and can I live stream it?
- You can watch Holland vs Spain on Sky Sports Football.
- The game can be streamed from your Sky Go or NOW TV account, both of which can be downloaded onto your smartphone or tablet.
- You can grab a NOW TV pass from as little as £9.99.
The hosts will likely start with an attacking line-up as manager Frank de Boer has selected multiple key players in his squad.
They will be without two lynchpins in defence, however, as both Virgil van Dijk and Matthijs de Ligt remain injured.
Holland have called up the likes of Memphis Depay, Donny van de Beek, Gini Wijnaldum and Quincy Promes.
Spain could also pick a strong starting XI, as manager Luis Enrique looks to get his side back to their best.
Premier League stars David de Gea, Kepa Arrizabalaga, Eric Garcia, Ferran Torres and Sergio Reguilon are all in the squad.
- Holland 15/8
- Spain 29/20
- Draw 23/10
*Odds correct at time of publication.
What the managers are saying
Spain boss Enrique said: "I decided to summon Alvaro Morata because since he has returned to Juventus you can see a different player with many aspects improved in attack and defence.
"It is always a pleasure to have Álvaro again.
"Koke, I have always liked him, he is a player of the highest level.
"You just have to look at his numbers and his trajectory. Also, as a player he is a No 10."
"We are going to ask him for other things, but he will be nothing different from the usual Koke."
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