Spain vs Netherlands

The World Cup carries on into its second day, with the match between Spain and the Netherlands of Group B catching most of the focus. If you don’t have a TV to watch the match, which should be fantastic, or maybe don’t know where to find links for online viewing, we’re here to help.

Spain are the big favorites heading into the match and almost any match they’re playing. The two-time European champions and defending World champions, beating the Dutch four years ago in the final. A team built on ball movement, solid defense and quality midfield. Strikers? That’s a luxury that don’t always need, but maybe against the Netherlands, playing with five or even six players in defense, they’ll need more than ball movement to break the parking bus.

Louis van Gaal’s side isn’t looking at its best. Despite a comfortable qualifying campaign, this Dutch side isn’t filled with world class players. Yes, they still have Robin van Persie, Arjen Robben and Wesley Sneijder. It will be these three players with almost the entire attacking game resting on their shoulders, while the midfield behind them and especially the defense is filled with potential but mostly youth and inexperience.

Where to Watch

For those who don’t like streaming but want an application to use, Sopcast is an excellent option. After downloading it, you simply open the program where you can choose which channel you want to view. If you don’t know what channel you need, check out Sopcast Football Channel List.

For those who prefer streaming, there are plenty of excellent option. Wiziwig.tv is probably the best at providing quality links while also giving the viewer Sopcast options if he prefers. For the Spain – Netherlands match, this is the link, although streams will appear only one hour before the match begins.

Two other reliable and recommended sources for watching matches are First Row Sports, with one link currently up but more to follow closer to kick off, and the same goes for VIPBOX, offering plenty of links for the match in English, Spanish, German, Dutch and Portuguese.

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