Latest Holland v Chile free bets as The Netherlands face Chile to decide who will top Group C at the World Cup.
Holland and Chile will do battle for top spot on Monday evening, after the pair won both of their first two World Cup games.
With the prospect of the second placed team facing the holders Brazil, both will want to top the group to ensure a more favourable last 16 tie.
Holland have scored eight goals in their two World Cup matches so far and followed up their thrashing of Spain with a dramatic win over Australia.
At 2-1 down, Holland needed a Robin Van Persie goal to even the game up, before Memphis Depay’s late winner.
Chile were simply too good for Spain when the pair met on Wednesday evening and La Roja helped eliminate the holders.
Eduardo Vargas and Charles Aránguiz scored first half goals to set Chile on their way, before frustrating Vicente Del Bosque’s side in the second period.
Monday’s match will be the first between the two in international history.
World Cup best: Holland three time runners-up (Most recent 2010); Chile third place (1962)
2010 World Cup: Holland runners-up; Chile last 16
Van Persie is suspended for the game with Chile, after he picked up his second booking of the tournament against Australia.
Jermaine Lens and Jan Klaas-Huntelaar will battle it out to replace the Holland captain, with the Schalke forward favourite to get the nod.
Bruno Martins-Indi went off injured in the Australia win and is a doubt for the match with Chile.
Jorge Sampaoli is unlikely to alter his side after their superb performance against Spain on Wednesday evening.
The fitness of Arturo Vidal is still a question; however the Juventus man will keep his place in the side as Chile aim for top spot.
Alexis Sanchez and Eduardo Vargas will continue up front and hope to cause a Holland defence the same amount of problems they did Spain.
Holland (4-3-3): Cillessen, Janmaat, Vlaar, de Vrij, Blind, de Guzman, Sneijder, De Jong, Robben, Depay, Huntelaar
Chile (4-4-2): Bravo, Isla, Medel, Jara, Mena, Vidal, Aranguiz, Diaz, Silva, Sanchez, Vargas