North Macedonia vs Netherlands LIVE: Stream FREE, score, TV channel, team news CONFIRMED – Euro 2020 latest updates

HOLLAND take on North Macedonia as Euro 2020 Group C comes to a conclusion tonight.

The Dutch have already qualified after two victories, while lowest-ranked side North Macedonia are already out of the competition.

  • Kick-off time: 5pm BST
  • TV channel: ITV1
  • North Macedonia XI: To follow
  • Netherlands XI: Stekelenburg, Dumfries, Blind, de Vrij, de Ligt, van Aanholt, Wijnaldum, de Jong, Gravenberch, Malen, Depay.

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What time does North Macedonia vs Netherlands kick off?

  • The match kicks off at 5pm UK time – 6pm in Netherlands and North Macedonia.

What TV channel is North Macedonia vs Netherlands on and can I live stream it?

  • North Macedonia vs Netherlands is live on ITV1.
  • To stream the game live, head to the ITV Hub.

Can I watch North Macedonia vs Netherlands for free?

  • Yes. ITV is free to watch on TV and online for all UK viewers with a TV licence.
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    NETHERLANDS SUBSTITUTES

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    NETHERLANDS XI

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    NORTH MACEDONIA SUBSTITUTES

    12 Jankov, 22 Siskovski, 3 Zajkov, 4 Ristevski, 11 Hasani, 15 Kostadinov, 16 Nikolov, 18 Stojanovski, 19 K Velkovski, 20 Spirovski, 24Avramovski, 25 Churlinov

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    NORTH MACEDONIA XI

    1 Dimitrievski; 13 S Ristovski, 14 D Velkovski, 6 Musliu, 8 Alioski; 17 Bardi, 5 Ademi; 7 Trickovski, 21 Elmas, 9 Trajkovski; 10 Pandev

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    THE TEAMSHEETS ARE IN!

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    GOEDENMIDDAG

    Welcome to Amsterdam for our live Euro 2020 coverage of North Macedonia against Netherlands, one of the ties in this final round of games in Group C.

    The immediate destinies of these two countries may be confirmed, but there remains more than pride to play for at the Johan Cruyff Arena.

    With two wins from two, the Dutch have already sealed top spot and a Last 16 date in Budapest on June 27.

    However, a third victory on the spin will have the Oranje faithful believing they are more than just makeweights this time around, and will head to Hungary hungry for success.

    North Macedonia, meanwhile, are already packed for the return home, having lost their opening two matches in their inaugural international tournament – but this afternoon offers the chance for a fledgling nation to say goodbye to a legend.

    After two decades, 121 caps, and 38 goals, Goran Pandev is hanging up his international football boots (again) immediately after this fixture.

    The 37-year-old will want to head out on a high, and, having been part of the North Macedonia team that won in Germany three months ago, will know that the Lynxes have what it takes to upset Europe’s big guns in their own backyard.

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