Netherlands vs. Austria live score: Euro 2024 result from Group D match as Dutch seek top spot

The Netherlands have their eye on top spot in Group D as they conclude the Euro 2024 round-robin stage against a vibrant Austria side in Berlin.

Ronald Koeman’s team came from behind to beat Poland 2-1 in their opening game before playing out a tense 0-0 draw against France, a result that put them in first place on goals scored.

Results in Group B on Monday mean the Netherlands and France are each at least assured of a place in the knockout stages as one of the best third-place sides at a minimum.

Austria will be aiming to leapfrog the Dutch and maybe France as well after a superb 3-1 win over Poland at the Olympiastadion last week that ensured their opponents were the first team eliminated from Euro 2024.

The Netherlands were 2-0 winners when the countries met at the same stage of Euro 2020, with Memphis Depay and Denzel Dumfries the men on target.

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Netherlands vs. Austria live score

  2nd Half Goal scorers
Netherlands 2 Gakpo 47′, Depay 75′
Austria 3 Malen OG 6′, Schmid 59′, Sabitzer 80′

Confirmed lineups:

Netherlands (4-2-3-1, right to left): 1. Verbruggen (GK) —  2. Geertruida, 6. De Vrij, 4. Van Dijk, 5. Ake (15. Van de Ven) — 24. Schouten, 16. Veerman (7. Simons) —  18. Malen (9. Weghorst), 14. Reijnders (8. Wijnaldum), 11. Gakpo —  10. Depay.

Austria (4-2-3-1, right to left): 13. Pentz (GK) —  5. Posch, 15. Lienhart (19. Baumgartner), 2. Wober, 8. Prass — 6. Seiwald, 10. Grillitsch (14. Querfeld) — 23. Wimmer (20. Laimer), 18. Schmid (24. Weiman), 9. Sabitzer — 7. Arnautovic.

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Netherlands vs. Austria kickoff time

This Euro 2024 match kicks off from Olympiastadion on Tuesday, June 25 at 6:00 p.m. local time in Berlin, Germany.

Here’s how that time translates across some of the major territories around the globe:

  Date Kickoff time
USA/Canada Tue, Jun. 25 12 p.m. ET
USA/Canada Tue, Jun. 25 9 a.m. PT
UK Tue, Jun. 25 5 p.m. BST
Australia Wed, Jun. 26 2 a.m. AEST
India Tue, Jun. 25 9:30 p.m. IST

Netherlands vs. Austria lineups, team news, starting 11

The Netherlands lost both midfielders Frenkie de Jong and Teun Koopmeiners to injury in the week leading up to the tournament but did not appear to suffer any fresh injuries in the opening two games.

Joey Veerman is back in midfielder after being dropped for Jeremie Frimpong against France, and there’s a change to the whole of the right flank, with Lutsharel Geertruida and Donyell Malen coming in. Tijjani Reijnders is the No. 10 instead of Xavi Simons.

Netherlands starting lineup (4-2-3-1, right to left): Verbruggen (GK) —  Geertruida, De Vrij, Van Dijk, Ake — Schouten, Veerman —  Malen, Reijnders, Gakpo —  Depay.

Netherlands subs: De Ligt, Simons, Wijnaldum, Weghorst, Frimpong, Bijlow, Van de Ven, Blind, Brobbey, Maatsen, Zirkzee, Dumfries, Flekken, Bergwijn, Gravenberch

Austria boss Ralf Rangnick tweaked his starting lineup ahead of the Poland win and changes have been made for Tuesday.

Max Wober and Philipp Lienhart start in central defence, with Kevin Danso left out. 

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Veteran Marko Arnautovic, who replaced Michael Gregoritsch up front on Friday, keeps his starting spot after scoring a spot-kick last time out. Wolfsburg winger Patrick Wimmer also steps in after being sent on in place of midfielder Florian Grillitsch early in the second half against Poland, while Alexander Prass is another dynamic option who earns a start at left-back.

Austria starting lineup (4-2-3-1, right to left): Pentz (GK) —  Posch, Lienhart, Wober, Prass — Seiwald, Grillitsch — Wimmer, Schmid, Sabitzer — Arnautovic.

Austria subs: Lindner, Trauner, Danso, Gegoritsch, Hedl, Querfeld, Mwene, Kainz, Baumgartner, Laimer, Daniliuc, Seidl, Weimann, Entrup, Grull

Euro 2024 Group D standings

If the Netherlands match France’s result against Poland they will finish top and a point will mean they finish in the top two. Austria need a point to secure qualification but their earlier defeat to France means they must beat the Netherlands to finish first or second.

  Name of team GP W-L-D GD Pts
1. Netherlands 2 1-1-0 1 4
2. France 2 1-1-0 1 4
3. Austria 2 1-0-1 1 3
4. Poland 2 0-0-2 -3 0

Netherlands vs. Austria stats, head-to-head record

Austria have lost seven successive matches to the Netherlands, with their most recent victory coming in a friendly prior to the 1990 World Cup. Their last competitive triumph against the Oranje came during qualification for the 1986 World Cup.

Netherlands Draws Austria
9 4 6

Netherlands vs. Austria live stream, TV channel

Here’s how to watch this Euro 2024 match across selected areas of the world’s major regions:

  TV channel Streaming
USA FS1 Fubo, Fox Sports app/website, ViX
Canada TSN2, TVA Sports 2 TVA+
UK BBC Two BBC iPlayer/website
Australia  — Optus Sport
India Sony Ten 1 JioTV, Sony LIV
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USA: Netherlands vs. Austria from Olympiastadion will be televised in the United States on FS1, with Spanish-language streaming via ViX. The game is also available to stream on Fubo, which is currently offering a FREE seven-day trial. 

Radio coverage of the match can be followed on SiriusXM FC.

UK: This Netherlands vs. Austria Euro 2024 match will be broadcast in the UK on BBC Two. Streaming can be found on BBC iPlayer/website.

Canada: TSN and TVA (French) will be providing coverage of this match.

Australia: Australia’s sole broadcaster for Euro 2024 is Optus Sport.

India: Euro 2024 matches are available to stream on JioTV and Sony LIV and Netherlands vs. Austria can also be viewed on Sony Ten Network on TV.

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