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Holland and Argentina will meet in Sao Paulo on Wednesday with a place in the World Cup final up for grabs.
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While the Dutch have dazzled on their way to the last four with their brand of attacking football not to mention the tactical nous of their coach, Louis Van Gaal catching the eye, the Argentines have slowly got into their stride as the tournament has progressed.
While Lionel Messi inspired their passage to the last 8, it was the much-maligned Gonzalo Higuain that provided the winning goal in the narrow 1-0 win over Belgium.
The goal was the Napoli’s man first of the competition and with the likes of Angel di Maria and Ezequiel Lavezzi finally offering support to Messi, Argentina will be full of confidence going into the clash.
Holland meanwhile may have lost some of the sparkle of that group stages but their manage hasn’t, his decision to replace keeper Jasper Cillessen with Tim Krul for the penalty shootout with Costa Rica proved inspirational as the Newcastle stopper saved two penalties to seal a 4-3 success for his nation.
Cillessen is set to return between the sticks for the clash with Argentina but with the likes of Memphis Depay, Leroy Fer and now Krul all making an impact from the bench Van Gaal has shown his value as a manager this tournament.
Neither side has any major worries ahead of the game with Argentina set to welcome back left back Marcos Rojo set to return after missing the clash with the Belgians.
Holland and Argentina have met just 8 times in their history however four of those have taken place at a World Cup. Their first meeting came in 1974 when a Johan Cruyff inspired side won out 4-0 on their way to a final defeat to West Germany.
Four years later they met again, this time in the final with Argentina avenging their defeat four years earlier in stunning fashion claiming the trophy with a 3-1 win.
In 1998 they were paired together in the quarter-finals with Holland winning 2-1 while their most recent meeting at this stage came in the group stages of the 2006 world cup in Germany which ended 0-0.
Overall Holland hold the edge winning four of their 8 clashes with a 2-1 competitive record.