Italy v Netherlands Live Stream + Football Match TV Schedule and Online Video of Goals, Highlights and Replay

Italy World Cup 2014 Live Stream

Italy vs Netherlands Live: watch Italy and the Netherlands increase the intensity of their preparations for the Euro 2016 qualifiers next week as they clash at the Stadio Comunale San Nicola, Bari, on Thursday evening. Italy and Holland fans can watch the big match live on TV or on the internet via live stream through a link provided below. The Italy vs Netherlands game is broadcast online on Thursday September 4, 2014, at 19.45 p.m. After full time, a comprehensive online replay package of the Italy vs Netherlands clash, a video featuring all goals and highlights, will be available to watch here on demand. You can watch Italy vs Netherlands live via the stream linked below on all major handheld and laptop devices including smart-phones and tablets.

New eras dawn for gli Azzurri and the Netherlands alike after these two sides experienced markedly contrasting World Cup campaigns in Brazil during the summer. The game in Bari on Thursday night will be former Juve coach Antonio Conte’s first game in charge of the national side after departing the Juventus Stadium in order to succeed Cesare Prandelli as Italy manager after the latter’s group phase exit in Brazil. Conte assumes the running of the Azzurri having led Juve to three successive Serie A titles; Italy fans are optimistic, therefore, that the squad’s fortunes look set to improve under his tutelage.

Holland, by contrast, surprised many commentators by thrashing Spain 5-1 in their opening group game in the World Cup before pressing on to reach the Semi-Finals where they exited at the hands of Argentina. The Dutch, though, have lost the seminal influence of Louis Van Gaal as manager after his high-profile appointment at Old Trafford. Guus Hiddink has large shoes to fill, therefore, as he assumes the running of the national side for the second time in his career; a win on Thursday would do much to settle Dutch fan’s fears that the KNVB have, in Hiddink, appointed a spent force as manager of an aging team.

Italy vs Netherlands Live Stream

The Italy vs Netherlands tie will give us good insight into how these two sides are shaping up heading into the start of formal qualification for France 2016 next week. The game can be viewed live in the UK, the US, Australia, Canada on beIN Sport, a channel available with subscription to all Sky Digital, UPC Digital, and BT Television customers. For those of you unable to get the game on television, however, you can watch the game live via the high-quality, uninterrupted live stream here.

A few minutes before the Italy vs Netherlands match, come back here on TechNews.org in order to find out everything that you need to know about live stream of the game. And, at the end of the match, fans can check back on TechNews.org and enjoy looking back on some of the best moments of these two sides’ meeting last year as well as watch back all of the goals and highlights of the most recent Italy vs Netherlands game.

Italy & Netherlands Match Preview

Both Conte and Hiddink have considerable injury and suspension lists with which to contend ahead of their opening fixture in charge of their new teams.

Italy will be without the likes of Mario Balotelli (suspension for Tuesday), Giorgio Chiellini (calf), Gabriel Paletta (back) and Daniel Osvaldo (hamstring) going into the game in Bari. One can expect to see a restructured Azzurri side take to the field on Thursday ahead of the competitive game against Norway on Tuesday. The line up could look something like the following: Buffon; Ranocchia, Bonucci, Astori; Darmian, Parolo, De Rossi, Marchisio, De Sciglio; Giovinco, Immobile.

Holland are similarly without the attacking trio of Arjen Robben (ankle), Klaas Jan Huntelaar (illness) and Rafael van der Vaart (knock) in preparation for their Tuesday game against the Czech Republic; while Jordy Clasie (hamstring) and Ron Vlaar (calf) are also unavailable.  Hiddink has called up Celtic’s Virgil van Dijk and Paris Saint-Germain’s Gregory van der Wiel as replacements for the latter pair, while Luciano Narsingh of PSV has also been summoned.

A possible Dutch XI could be: Cillessen; Janmaat, Veltman, De Vrij, Martins Indi, Verhaegh; Blind, Wijnaldum, Sneijder; Van Persie, Depay.

Italy & Netherlands Game Video of Goals and Highlights

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