Netherlands v Chile Betting
2014 World Cup - Group B
23rd June - KO: 5pm BST -
The Netherlands and Chile clash in what is a crucial final game in Group B. A win for either side will confirm who finishes top of Group B and who will finish runners up. The liklihood that the runners up will face Brazil in the 2014 World Cup second round. It promises to be an electric duel in Sao Paolo between two sides who love to strom forward, meaning goals could well be on the cards.
Netherlands can win the Group with a draw as they have a superior goal difference after beating Spain 5-1 and Australia 3-2. Chile beat the Australians 3-1 in their first game before putting Spain out of the competition with a 2-0 win on Wednesday.
The teams have never faced each other before but their similar styles, combined with the huge stakes, should make for an engrossing match at the Arena de Sao Paulo. Over 2.5 goals is a bet well worth considering in a must see game that could go either way.
|Monday 23rd June 2014|
|5.00pm||Netherlands v Chile||Betting Preview|
|Tips:||Huntelaar to score first @ 13/2|
|The draw @ 5/2|
|Over 2.5 goals @ 3/4|
Netherlands v Chile Odds
Match betting suspended...
Head to Head
No previous meetings
Arjen Robben (Holland) - The Dutchman is in the form of his life at the all-conquering Bayern Munich but while he has won a plethora of honours at club level both himself and his talented countrymen have yet to win anything on the international scene. The skilful winger will be looking to terrorise defences in Brazil and will be more than a handful for Chile.
Alexis Sanchez (Chile) - The striker known as "El Nino Maravilla" (Wonder boy) is undoubtedly Chile's main man. The immensely talented Barcelona hitman has won an abundance of trophies at club level and will now look to inspire his country on the biggest stage of them all. His goals will be crucial to La Roja's success in Brazil, and he is definitely worth considering as a 66/1 outsider to win the Golden Boot.
Netherlands have won 40.00%, drawn 10.00% and lost 50.00% of their last 10 games.
Netherlands have kept a clean sheet in 2 of their last 10 games, going on to win 4 and draw 1 of these matches.
Netherlands have failed to score in 3 of their last 10 games.
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