Is Netherlands vs Wales on TV? Channel, live stream FREE, kick-off time and team news for UEFA Nations League tie


WALES return to UEFA Nations League action against Netherlands TOMORROW – and their hopes of progressing in this tournament are not looking promising.

The Dragons suffered a marginal defeat to Poland in their opening fixture despite taking the lead.

Wout Weghorst stunned Wales in Cardiff with a stoppage time winnerCredit: EPA
Brennan Johnson's first goal in a Wales shirt secured a point for the Dragons


Brennan Johnson’s first goal in a Wales shirt secured a point for the DragonsCredit: PA

And Rob Page’ men were involved in stoppage time drama in their last clash with Holland when Wout Weghorst’ last-gasp header cancelled out Rhys Norrington-Davies’ 92nd minute equaliser.

However, Nottingham Forest talisman Brenan Johnson managed to rescue Wales a point in the one all tie with Belgium.

Plus they’ll be eager to get revenge for what Louis Van Gaal’s men did to them in Cardiff.

What time does Netherlands vs Wales kick off?

  • Netherlands entertain Wales TOMORROW – Tuesday, May 14.
  • It is scheduled to kick off at 7:45pm UK time – 8:45 local time.
  • De Kuip will be the designated arena for this match which is home of Dutch side Feyernood and can hold around 51,000 fans.
  • Wout Weghorst’ 94th minute header sealed the deal when the sides met last week.
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What TV channel is Netherlands vs Wales on and can I live stream it?

  • Netherlands vs Wales will be broadcasted live on Box Nation or S4C in the UK.
  • Their will be pre-match coverage on Box Nation which will commence from 7:35pm UK time – 10 minutes before kick-off.
  • Subscription members of Box Nation can stream ALL the action live via the Box Nation website or app.
  • Whilst S4C is FREE through BBC iPlayer.

Team news

Louis Van Gaal is expected to go with a similar line-up to the one against Poland despite only managing a 2-2 draw.

However, Dutch keeper Jasper Cillessen should return between the sticks having shaken off his minor injury.

Elsewhere, Rob Page will most likely bring Aaron Ramsey back into the fold after Joe Allen was forced off early in the tie with Belgium.

And the Wales boss might be tempted into throwing Nottingham Forest ace Brennan Johnson in from the start having scored his first ever goal in a Welsh shirt last time out.

Latest odds

  • Netherlands to win 2/7
  • Draw 4/1
  • Wales to win 19/2

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication


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