With the FIFA World Cup 2022 currently on in Qatar, two of the four quarter final fixtures are scheduled for today Friday December 9.In the second match of the day, 2010 FIFA World Cup finalists will be up against 2014 finalists Argentina.In their football history, these two teams have played against each other on five different occasions.Their first meeting dates back to 1974 with the most recent one being at the 2014 FIFA World Cup semi final a match which Argentina won through post match penalties.
Over their last five meetings, Netherlands has won two matches, Argentina one with the rest two ending into draws.In their last five matches across all competitions, Netherlands has won four matches drawing in one while Argentina has won four matches as well losing one.
In their clash today which is scheduled for 10.00pm EAT, the center referee will be Antonio Mateu and the match will be played in Lusail Iconic Stadium.Below are the two teams probable lineups:
Andries Noppert, Jurrien Timber, Virgil Van Dijk, Nathan Ake, Denzel Dumfries, Marten de Roon, Frenki de Jong, Daley Blind, Davy Klaassen, Cody Gakpo and Memphis Depay
Emiliano Martinez, Nahuel Molina, Christian Otamendi, Marcos Acuna, Rodrigo de Paul, Erizo Fernandez, Alexis Mac Allister, Angel Di Maria, Lionel Messi and Julian Alvarez
Between these two teams, which one do you think will qualify for semi final tonight? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share, like and click on the follow button at the top right corner for more news.
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