Australia vs Netherlands Live Stream – 2014 World Cup Match
After the scoring champion Spain debut, the team of van Gaal now seeks to begin to make the classification against the Socceroos, who cannot afford another defeat. Watch Australia vs Netherlands Online using this amazing method to watch all the games of the world cup on your computer!
The strategic and soccer beating he gave Holland to Spain debut was left behind. Forms and the humiliation that submitted to his rival, was a small revenge for what happened in the final of South Africa 2010. But in Orange, they know that they will only have his true rematch if July 13 lifted the World Cup at Maracanã Stadium. And, to achieve that, they must first make sure the qualification for the second round, something that can start to be defined if they defeat Australia at the start of the second date of Group B.
A triumph at the Beira-Rio in Porto Alegre would leave the European Assembly a step to take his place in the second phase, which could even be secured if, three hours later, Spain does not beat Chile in the other match of the area. By the side of the Socceroos, there is no margin for error: after the fall in the first game against the set of Jorge Sampaoli, another defeat would leave them virtually eliminated too early in the competition.
Facing the party, despite the exhibited very good performance in the 5-1 over the world champion, Louis van Gaal discusses modifying the system of five defenders that managed to disable the neat Vicente de el Bosque team game. The coach had warned that the alignment of the start was due to the potential of rival by what, in a party that must be you propose, is likely to Holland back to the 4-3-3 that characterizes it since times of the historical Clockwork Orange, beyond that, in principle, the names will be the same.
In Australia, which debut showed important desatenciones in the background, coach Ange Postecoglu plans will make a single modification in search of improved performance in that area of the field: Ryan McGowan will replace Iván Franjic. It remains to be seen whether that is enough to contain Robin van Persie and Arjen Robben.
Australia: Ryan; Spiranovic, Wilkinson, Davidson, McGowan; Jedinak, Milligan, Bresciano; OAR, Cahill, Leckie. Coach: Ange Postecoglu.
Netherlands: Cillessen; Janmaat, Vlaar, Vrij, Martins Indi; Blind, Guzmán, Jong; Sneijder, Robben, van Persie. Coach: Louis van Gaal