On Sunday, the Netherlands will face the Czech Republic in the Euro 2020 last-16 at the Puskas Arena, Netherlands vs Czech Republic in Nepali
The Dutch finished first in their group with three wins from three games and are the tournament’s top scorers with eight goals.
Frank De Boer’s side has scored at least twice in each of their last ten matches in all competitions, with Gini Wijnaldum scoring three times.
Jaroslav Silhavy’s team, meanwhile, advanced to the knockout stages as one of the best third-placed teams in the tournament after a win over Scotland and a draw against Croatia.
Given that the Czech Republic has only kept one clean sheet in their last eight matches, the Netherlands should be confident in continuing their strong scoring form this weekend.
Here’s how to watch Netherlands vs Czech Republic in Nepali time
Netherlands vs Czech in Nepali time
|Game||Netherlands vs Czech Republic|
|Date||Sunday, June 27|
|Time||9:45 pm NST|
Netherlands vs Czech Republic Match Preview
Luuk de Jong, a Sevilla striker, has been ruled out of the rest of the tournament due to a knee injury, despite just playing 10 minutes for the Netherlands in the competition.
There are no serious injury concerns for the Czechs going into the contest.
Netherlands vs Czech Republic Insights
- This will be the first meeting between the Netherlands and Czech Republic since October 2015, when the Dutch were beaten 3-2 in a EURO 2016 qualifier. Indeed, they have lost each of their last two games against the Czech Republic – both coming in qualifying for the previous European Championships in 2016.
2. Czech Republic and the Netherlands will face each other at the European Championships for the third time (excl. Czechoslovakia meetings), with both sides winning one game apiece previously. Their last meeting in the competition was a thriller at EURO 2004, in which the Czechs came from two goals down to win 3-2, following an 88th minute winner from Vladimir Smicer.
3. Since winning the tournament in 1988, the Netherlands have progressed from just two of their seven knockout stage games in the European Championship, beating Yugoslavia 6-1 in the 2000 quarter-final, and winning 5-4 on penalties against Sweden at the same stage in 2004.
4. Czech Republic have been eliminated in three of their last four games in the knockout stages of the European Championships – versus Germany in the final in 1996, Greece in the semi-final in 2004, and most recently, Portugal in the quarter-final of EURO 2012.