Here’s everything you need to know to stream Italy vs Netherlands live on Wednesday in UEFA Nations League action.
- When: Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2:45pm ET
- Where: Gewiss Stadium in Bergamo, Italy
- Competition: UEFA Nations League
- Broadcast: ESPN2 and TUDN
- Streaming Services: ESPN+ and FuboTV
Italy vs Netherlands: Preview
Italy and the Netherlands both drew 0-0 draw in their Sunday matches. They remain two of three teams separated by just a point in Group A1. Wednesday’s clash will be in Italy, and points will be at a premium since third-placed Poland is playing at home against last-place Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Italy got all three points when these teams met in Amsterdam in September. The Dutch will need to get at least a point if they have any hopes of winning the group.
Here’s how Italy lined up in the last match:
- Donnarumma; Palmieri, Acerbi, Bonucci, Florenzi; Jorgino, Veratti, Barella; Pellegrini, Belotti, Chiesa
Here’s how Holland lined up in the last match:
- Cillessen; Blind, van Dijk, de Ligt, Dumfries; de Jong, de Roon; Promes, Wijnaldum, Malen; de Jong
According to the BetMGM oddsmakers (as of October 14):
- Italy, +105 (wager $100 to win $105)
- Holland, +275
- Draw, +240
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Italy vs Netherlands live stream: How to watch UEFA Nations League matches
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