Here is how Holland and Wales will line up for this evening’s friendly in Amsterdam, including players from Manchester United and Liverpool.
Holland starting XI: Cillessen, Vlaar, de Vrij, Martins Indi, Blind, Janmaat, de Jong, Sneijder, Fer, van Persie, Robben
Wales starting XI: Hennessey, Gunter, Taylor, Gabbidon, Chester, Ledley, Allen, Robson-Kanu, King, Williams, Church
Wales face Holland at the Amsterdam Arena this evening without star duo Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey. The Real Madrid attacker is recovering from a leg muscle injury while the Arsenal midfielder is being rested.
Chris Coleman is also without Ashley Williams and James Collins, meaning this will be a youthful set-up against Louis van Gaal’s men with the likes of James Chester and Tom Lawrence involved. Liverpool's Joe Allen will be hoping to have a good game following the disappointment of missing out on Premier League glory at the end of last season.
The new Manchester United manager is putting the finishing touches to his World Cup preparation, with this match Holland’s last before they head to Brazil.
The Dutch are in a tough group, with Spain, Chile and Australia, so they will be hoping to iron out any issues in their squad this evening.
With Kevin Strootman injured, van Gaal has switched to a 5-3-2 formation ahead of what will be his swansong as manager of his national side.