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Match: Netherlands vs Germany
Competition: UEFA Nations League
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Netherlands vs Germany live streaming: Match preview
Both of these sides will be looking to kick start their Nations League campaigns after decent opening performances.
Ronald Koeman is trying to revitalise Oranje after their failure to qualify for the last two tournaments.
They looked as though they were going to hold World Champions France to a draw in Paris but, a late goal, saw them lose 2-1.
Germany too are in a period of rebuilding.
Die Mannschaft crashed out in the World Cup group stages in a feeble attempt to retain their world title.
Joachim Löw did mange to retain his job but was under serious pressure as his side hosted the new World Champions.
They were the better side in Munich, but could not score the vital goal, and the game finished scoreless.
With France looking strong this could be a key match as both desperately try to avoid finishing bottom.