The Netherlands face Ghana tonight in another international friendly.
The game is available to watch online live streaming from the Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam, with KO at 19:30 GMT.
Holland and Ghana will both continue their world cup preparations when they meet in Rotterdam later tonight.
Both teams will be taking part in Brazil with Holland paired with Australia, Chile and current champions Spain while Ghana face a difficult task against Germany, Portugal and the USA.
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The Dutch were impressive during qualifying, dropping just two points (a 2-2 draw away to Estonia) in their 10 games. Such was their form that they were one of the first qualifiers for Brazil.
Since then they have gone off the boil somewhat drawing three and losing one of their four games. The draws have come against fellow world cup participants Japan, Colombia and Ecuador with their only defeat coming against France.
With Louis van Gaal yet to name his final 23 for the tournament there is still a number of fringe players who could force their way in the Manchester bound managers thinking.
Wesley Sneijder and Arjen Robben could both feature after they missed the draw with Ecuador last time out while Daryl Janmaat will miss out with a slight injury.
Ghana meanwhile have a host of experience in their side with the likes of ndre Ayew, Kevin Prince Boateng, Sulley Muntari, Michael Essien, and Asamoah Gyan all established stars.
Kwesi Appiah’s men warmed up for the clash with a 6-1 hammering against a local select, a game that saw Chelsea star Christian Atsu score a hat-trick. The winger, who spent last season on loan with Vitesse, has been tipped as a star in the making.
The Black Stars, runners up in this year’s African Nation Championship, reached the round of 16 in their World Cup debut in 2006 in Germany and reached the last eight four years ago in South Africa.
The two countries last met just before the 2010 World Cup, with the Dutch running out 4-1 winners in a friendly in De Kuip thanks to goals from Dirk Kuyt, Rafael van der Vaart, Robin van Persie, and Sneijder.
On that occasion, the Dutch went all the way to the final before losing to Spain and another win this time round could prove the perfect send off for Van Gaal and his men.