Argentina vs. Netherlands Live – World Cup , Date, time, odds

Netherlands vs Argentina

The Netherlands will take on Argentina in the quarterfinals of the 2022 World Cup after both sides came through their Round of 16 ties on Saturday.

The Dutch eased to a 3-1 win over the United States in the day’s earlier game before Argentina beat Australia 2-1 to qualify as Lionel Messi bagged on his 1000th career appearance.

And that means the two sides will now face off in a heavyweight clash with a place in the semifinals at stake.

Read on for more details around the match, including TV information, kickoff time, betting odds and historical meetings between the two nations.

When is Netherlands vs Argentina ?
Date: Friday, December 9
Time: 22:00 (local)
The Netherlands will face Argentina in the quarter-finals at Lusail Stadium in Lusail on Friday, December 9, with kickoff at 22:00 local time in Qatar.

Here’s how that translates into time zones across some of the world’s major territories.

Kickoff time
Qatar 22:00 (local)
USA 14:00 ET
Canada 14:00 ET
UK 19:00 GMT
Australia 06:00 AEDT*
India 00:30 IST*
Hong Kong 03:00 HKT*
Malaysia 03:00 MYT*
Singapore 03:00 SGT*
New Zealand 08:00 NZDT*

* Following Day (Saturday, Dec. 10)

Netherlands vs Argentina live stream, TV channel
Here’s how you can watch all the action in some of the major global territories.

Here’s how you can watch all the action in some of the major global territories.

Date Time TV Channel Streaming
USA Fri, Dec. 9 14:00 ET Fox,
Fox Sports site/app,
Telemundo Deportes site/app,
Canada Fri, Dec. 9 14:00 ET TSN 1, RDS (French) TSN site/app,
RDS app
UK Fri, Dec. 9 19:00 GMT BBC One BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website
Australia Sat, Dec. 10 06:00 AEDT SBS SBS On Demand
India Sat, Dec. 10 00:30 IST Sports 18 Voot, JioTV
Hong Kong Sat, Dec. 10 03:00 HKT Now TV (Ch. 616, 618) Now TV
Malaysia Sat, Dec. 10 03:00 MYT Astro FIFA World Cup 1 Astro GO
Singapore Sat, Dec. 10 03:00 SGT StarHub TV FIFA World Cup, Singtel FIFA World Cup 141 Singtel TV GO, CAST,
StarHub TV+, MeWatch
New Zealand Sat, Dec. 10 08:00 NZDT Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports Sky Go, Sky Sport NOW

Netherlands vs Argentina odds

Argentina are fancied by the sportsbooks to come through this clash, holding a slight advantage over the Netherlands in the early betting.

Sports Interaction make them 2.17 to win the match in 90 minutes, while Netherlands are 3.33 to do likewise.

The draw is 3.12, while no goal being scored in 90 minutes is a big 7.80 — which is perhaps no surprise given the wealth of attacking talent that will be on display.

Netherlands vs Argentina history

The Netherlands and Argentina have faced each other on nine previous occasions with – rather remarkably – five of those coming at World Cups.

It is the Dutch who hold the advantage on head-to-head, with four wins to Argentina’s three while two meetings have ended in draws.

Here, we look back at every clash between the two nations at a World Cup.

1974 World Cup, West Germany

The Netherlands smashed Argentina in the second group phase of this World Cup, with Johan Cruyff scoring twice in a 4-0 victory.

However, a Rinus Michels-led team considered among the greatest to have graced the tournament ultimately went on to fall short in the final, losing to hosts Germany.

1978 World Cup, Argentina

The Dutch followed up that near miss by making the final again in 1978 but were left heartbroken again by the host nation – this time Argentina.

Golden Boot winner Mario Kempes scored twice in a 3-1 win decided in extra time.

1998 World Cup, France

Dennis Bergkamp scored one of the iconic goals in World Cup history in the 90th minute of this 2-1 quarterfinal win for the Netherlands.

Unfortunately, for the Dutch, they would bow out in the semifinals after losing a penalty shootout to Brazil.

2006 World Cup, Germany

A rare forgettable World Cup clash between these two nations occurred when they were drawn together in Group C of the 2006 edition of the tournament.

A 0-0 draw ultimately helped both make it to the knockout stages, though the Netherlands only got as far as the Round of 16, while Germany went out in the semis.

2014 World Cup, Brazil

Argentina broke Dutch hearts again eight years ago, winning a semifinal penalty shooutout following a 0-0 draw in Sao Paulo.

However, Lionel Messi and Co. subsequently fell short in the final, where an extra-time goal from Mario Gotze handed Germany the trophy.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *