Wales vs Netherlands LIVE: FREE stream, TV channel, team news for TONIGHT'S UEFA Nations League clash – latest updates | The Sun

WALES return to UEFA Nations League action with a feel good factor having finally secured World Cup football since 1954.

But they'll have to put the party on pause as the Flying Dutchman are in town and they are in formidable form.

  • Start time: 7:45pm GMT
  • FREE Live stream: S4C on BBC iPlayer
  • TV channel: Box Nation
  • Wales XI: To follow
  • Netherlands XI: To follow

Team news

Rob Page will be delighted to have cup out of the World Cup play-off against Ukraine unscathed.

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But the Wales boss could be tempted into resting some players with a numerous amount of fixtures to come.

Elsewhere, Louis Van Gaal also has a full strength side to select from, however, the Netherlands gaffer is expected to go with the same team who annihilated Belgium.

Latest odds

  • Wales to win 11/2
  • Draw 3/1
  • Netherlands to win 1/2

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication

  • Kieran Davies

    Welsh youngster talks about atmosphere

    Brennan Johnson spoke about the feeling at the final whistle against Ukraine:

    It's going to be a hard week to top and it probably hasn't sunk in yet. The scenes at the end against Ukraine were unbelievable. When I came on I just wanted to affect the game as much as I could. It means a lot to me as the …World Cup is another level. We want to be a part of it alongside these elite teams and we can do that.

    You watch the World Cup growing up and I can't believe we've made it. The thought of being on that plane is really exciting. Seeing what it means to the fans and so to take them to World Cup is really special. It was such a good moment to be on the pitch with them at the final whistle.

    Brennan JohnsonWales

  • Kieran Davies

    Somebody looking over Page’s Wales

    Wales took the lead against Ukraine when their captain Andriy Yarmolenko directed Gareth Bale’s free kick into his own net.

    Ukraine feel they had a stonewall penalty turned down when Joe Allen kicked out in his own penalty area.

    Wayne Hennessey proved to be the Welsh saviour as he made a string of saves to keep the impressive Ukrainians out.

  • Kieran Davies

    Welsh dragons changing history

    Robert Page achieved a feat that no Welsh manager has managed to accomplish in 64 years by guiding his country to the promised land of a World Cup finals.

    Qatar will be the swansong for a strong qualifying campaign holding off a strong Ukraine side in the final playoff in Cardiff.

    The Nations League fixture list will act as an opportunity for players to stake a claim for their place on the plane to Qatar this winter.

  • Kieran Davies

    Welcome to Wales vs Netherlands

    Wales resume their UEFA Nations League campaign with the visit of Netherlands to the ground where the parties have only just finished after victory over Ukraine in the World Cup qualifier playoff sent Robert Page’s team to the finals for the first time in 64 years.

    Cardiff will be buzzing from the euphoria of the win over Ukraine and will be hoping to see a much-changed side put in the sort of performance of players looking to be on that plane to Qatar.

    Louis Van Gaal has yet to suffer defeat in his third spell in charge of the national team, who started their Nations League campaign with an imperious 4-1 win in Belgium on Friday.

    Brennan Johnson looked a danger when he came on against Ukraine and is in line for a starting spot.

    Hero goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey is expected a rest with Danny Ward drafted back into the side.

    Jonathan Williams, Joe Morrell and Harry Wilson are all pushing for starting places as Page rotates his squad.

    For Van Gaal, Stefan de Vrij and Matthijs de Light are both candidates to start as Virgil Van Dijk begins his holiday.

    Vincent Janssen could return after missing out last week for his wedding.

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