Netherlands start off their 2016 Euro qualifying campaign with an away game against Czech Republic at the Sparta Stadium.
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The game is set for a 7.45 pm BST (12.15 am IST) kickoff with Sony Six broadcasting the match in India. Viewers can watch the match via live streaming online HERE.
Watch the game online in the US on ESPN Deportes and WATCH ESPN and ESPN 2, while viewers can also live stream the action HERE. UK audience can watch the match on ITV 4, while the game can also be live streamed HERE. The match can be watched in Netherlands on Nederland 3, with the live streaming option HERE.Viewers in Czech Republic can the live action on CT Sport, with an option to stream HERE
The Dutch side were disappointing in the 2012 Euros as they were knockout of the group stages of the competition, losing all three group games against Germany, Portugal and Denmak.
But that was a long time ago and the Dutch side made amends for their mistakes by doing well in the 2014 World Cup, where they eventually finished third with some convincing victories against Spain and Brazil.
Now, the Netherlands will be looking to continue their good form in the 2016 European Championships as well.
However, the tournament is still a long way away and the Dutch side will first need to focus on the qualifying stages.
Considering the sheer depth of their squad, Netherlands should be having a pretty easy time in the qualifiers even though they have not been placed in the easiest of groups (A) alongside the likes of Turkey, Czech Republic, Latvia, Iceland and Kazakhstan.
They will certainly not be taking things for granted as there has already been a number of upsets in the qualifying stages.
New Holland coach Guus Hiddink, who has already tasted defeat in his first game in charge against Italy in a friendly fixture, says that he may be sticking to former boss Louis van Gaal's 5-3-2 system that proved to be a success in the 2014 World Cup.
"There is the 5-3-2 which can give an extra dimension to the Dutch 4-3-3,'' Hiddink told Voetbal International. "We have just talked about that system. If we can get good results with 5-3-2 that is an added bonus. It gives us an extra option. If it is absolutely necessary for us we're really going to play 5-3-2.''
Holland are the favourites in this game against the Czech Republic even though they will be without the services of some key players including Ron Vlaar, Klaas Jan Huntelaar, and Arjen Robben.
The Czech Republic, on the other hand, haven't been in the greatest of forms as Pavel Vrba's side have not been able to record a win in their last four games.
They recently succumbed to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of USA in a friendly clash. And head coach Vrba believes that their finishing cost them the game.
"We have created more chances than the opponent but wasted too many chances - that's really rare,'' he told ESPN. "Some phases of our game are nice to watch, but our weakness is that we don't convert and our opponents then punish us.''
In the 2012 Euros, the Czech side were pretty impressive as they managed to top their group before finally losing to Portugal in the quarterfinals.
However, this time they will need to work hard to book their place in finals of the 2016 Euros.