Netherlands vs Chile: Watch Sony Six TV for Free Live Streaming & Telecast of FIFA World Cup 2014 34th Match

Netherlands take on Chile for a battle that will decide who cements the top spot in Group B. The winner of the group will avoid a fearsome round two assignment against five-time World Cup winners Brazil.

Both teams have won their opening two games, putting them into the last 16 with a maximum six points each and sending reigning champions Spain and Australia crashing out

You can watch the live streaming of the Netherlands vs Chile match in India at livsports.in and for the viewers in USA, you can watch the match on Espn.go.com.  Football lovers can watch the live telecast of this match at Sony Six TV Channel.

NETHERLANDS VS CHILE MATCH FACTS

These teams have met once before in an international match. That encounter is older than the World Cup itself and took place in the Consolation Tournament at the 1928 Olympic Games. The match finished 2-2 and Holland were declared winners after drawing of lots, for which Holland won a silver trophy – which it passed on to the Chilean team in an act of sportsmanship!

Netherlands have played 11 World Cup matches against CONMEBOL countries and their track record is W6 D3 L2. The Dutch are undefeated (W3 D2 L0) in their last five. They last lost against a CONMEBOL side at the World Cup 20 years ago, 3-2 against Brazil in the quarterfinals. Their 1998 semifinal against Brazil stands a draw, even though Brazil ultimately prevailed in a penalty shootout.

Chile have faced UEFA sides on 19 occasions at the World Cup. Track record: W7 D3 L9. They have won two of their last three, after failing to win eight in a row.

Just like in 2006 and 2010, Holland have clinched a knockout stage berth with one group match to spare. In 2006, they drew 0-0 with Argentina in the remaining match, in 2010 they beat Cameroon 2-1.

By punching their knockout stage ticket, Holland continued a tradition of never having been eliminated in the (first) group stage at the World Cup. The Oranje were dismissed at the first hurdle in 1934 and 1938, but those World Cups did not feature a group phase and only contained knockout rounds.

Arjen Robben has raised his career total of World Cup goals to six. He needs one more to reach Dutch record holder Johnny Rep, who scored seven World Cup goals.

Netherlands have not lost a WC group phase match in 20 years. They were beaten 1-0 by Belgium in 1994.

These teams have met once before in an international match. That encounter is older than the World Cup itself and took place in the Consolation Tournament at the 1928 Olympic Games. The match finished 2-2 and Holland were declared winners after drawing of lots, for which Holland won a silver trophy – which it passed on to the Chilean team in an act of sportsmanship!

Netherlands have played 11 World Cup matches against CONMEBOL countries and their track record is W6 D3 L2. The Dutch are undefeated (W3 D2 L0) in their last five. They last lost against a CONMEBOL side at the World Cup 20 years ago, 3-2 against Brazil in the quarterfinals. Their 1998 semifinal against Brazil stands a draw, even though Brazil ultimately prevailed in a penalty shootout.

Chile have faced UEFA sides on 19 occasions at the World Cup. Track record: W7 D3 L9. They have won two of their last three, after failing to win eight in a row.

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