Ex-Liverpool star Dirk Kuyt starts in the Dutch attack against Chile with Manchester United star Robin Van Persie rested.
Netherlands: Cillessen, Vlaar. De Vrij, Blind, De Jong, Janmaat, Sneijder, Robben, Kuyt, Lens, Wijnaldum
Chile: Bravo, Mena, Isla, Silva, Sanchez, Vargas, Gutierrez, Medel, Jara, Aranguiz, Diaz
Louis van Gaal’s Netherlands side will be looking to finish the World Cup group stage with a 100% record from their three games.
The Dutch are in good goalscoring form with eight in their first two matches though the defence looked a little shaky in the match against Australia.
Van Gaal has made several changes for this match, which will allow key players to come in and apply some pressure ahead of the first knock out round.
Chile have been one of the surprise packages of the tournament so far, shocking many in their last game with a solid win over Spain.
They play aggressive attacking football and press high up the pitch to win possession back as soon as they have lost the ball inside their opponent’s final third.
They too will be looking to get out of the group stage with another win under their belts, which will set them up well for the last 16.