#FIFAWorldCup Match Today || Netherlands vs Ecuador Team News , Channel And Odds #Qatar2022

Ecuador and the Netherlands both won their opening matches, and their game Friday will pit two strikers, Ecuador’s Enner Valencia and Dutch forward Memphis Depay, against each other.

Valencia scored both of Ecuador’s goals in the 2-0 win over Qatar before leaving with a sore knee but is set to play Friday.

Depay returned from a hamstring injury to lead the Netherlands in its 2-0 win over Senegal. He came off the bench in that game but is looking to start against Ecuador.

A win for either team would likely guarantee advancement out of Group A.

Netherlands v Ecuador

Match starts at 18:00 Cairo time (GMT+2). Stay tuned

Venue: Khalifa International Stadium

Referee: Mustapha Ghorbal (Algeria)

England wary of FIFA World Cup upset against US
England scored six goals in its opening World Cup game against Iran, but it was the two it conceded that concern coach Gareth Southgate and provide hope for the United States.

“By the end we looked sloppy,” said Southgate of the 6-2 win over Iran on Monday. He also warned the US would be coming “full-throttle” in Friday’s Group B match.

The tournament has already produced some shocking results, including Saudi Arabia’s win against Argentina and Japan’s upset over Germany.

It’s hard to have much confidence in Qatar after what we saw on Sunday. Ecuador dominated the match and thoroughly deserved the win. Senegal is already without Sadio Mane and looks set to be without midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate. He’s a big part of Senegal’s midfield. But even without Mane and Kouyate, Senegal should have enough to eliminate the Qataris from knockout round contention and set up a pivotal match with Ecuador on Tuesday.

This really is a wide-open group but the host nation got off to a terrible start as they were outclassed by Ecuador and Qatar now have a very small chance of reaching the knockout rounds.

There’s no doubting that the Netherlands and Senegal are the favorites to advance as Virgil van Dijk will lead the Dutch as they look to make up for missing the 2018 tournament, but Senegal are missing main man Sadio Mane through injury as they aim to better their best-ever finish of reaching the quarterfinals in 2002.

As for Ecuador, they look like an incredibly solid team who are set up very well to counter and proved that against Qatar.

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