A fine win from the Netherlands which takes them through to the second round. Austria will need to get something from their third match against the Ukraine.
- 2nd Half
- Depayde Jong82'
- de RoonGravenberch74'
- van AanholtWijndal65'
- 1st Half
- de Roon14'
- Depay (P)11'
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Malan races through on goal but smashes the ball wide of the goal from a fairly narrow angle.
Good defending from Hinteregger to deny Wijnaldum a goal to seal a fantastic performance. Initially the ex-Liverpool man turned him in the box but he recovered to win a sliding challenge.
Chance for Onisiwo after a fine ball from Kalajdzic but he heads tamely straight at the keeper.
Luuk de Jong comes on for Depay.
Alaba hits a superb effort that curls just wide of Skelenberg's post with the keeper scrambling.
Ulmer puts in a cross which Ake heads clear.
There have been far more talented Dutch sides but they look very well organised, as they have all competition barring a five minute spell against the Ukraine.
Lazaro takes the corner and de Ligt just touches the ball behind for a corner. A bit too close for comfort.
Immediately Lazaro's pace looks like it could be dangerous getting behind the Dutch defence and forcing Ake to c oncede a corner.
Lazaro comes on for Baumgartner in a last throw of the dice for Austria.
Bachmann gets a yellow card for running to the linesman to implore for an offside.
GOAL FOR NETHERLANDS! Malen breaks the offside trap and squares for Dumfries to finish past the despairing dive of Bachmann who got a hand to the effort.
Ake, Malen and Wijndal come on for Blind, Weghorst and van Aanholt for the Dutch.
Laimer and Gregoritsch come off for Grillitsch and Kalajdzic for Austria.
Wijnaldum wins the ball just outside the box and feeds van Aanholt but the Crytal Palace wing back couldn't get the ball back to the midfield general.
So close! A deep corner from Depay is headed back into the danger area by Weghorst where de Vrij sees a header stopped by Bachmann and then de Ligt hits the rebound towards goal but it is deflected wide.
Austria have not won in the Netherlands since the Wunderteam did so in 1933 and do not look like breaking this hoodoo tonight.
Baumgartner races into the Dutch box dangerously but cannot get a cross in.
Austria are having some good possession in the third quarter of the field, from the half-way line to 25 yards from the Dutch goal but cannot play a pass through the very organised Dutch defence at the business end of the field.
Great play from Wijnaldum to stop an Austrian attack and then he gets a shot in at the other end, after a run from Dumfries, which is blocked.
Austria get us back underway.
A fine half for the Netherlands the only fault being they are not further in front.
Austria just cannot get close to putting the Netherlands under pressure. A real rethink needed at half time.
Wijnaldum with a poor shot this time after van Aanholt set him up in the penalty area but his tame effort was easily blocked.
What a miss! Depay with the goal gaping, after Weghorst unselfishly squared the ball following van Aanholt's superb diagonal ball, sidefoots high and wide of the target.
A long-range effort from Hinteregger was hit well but Stekelenburg could see it going over all the way.
Austria showing more quality in possession now.
De Ligt blocks an effort from Baumgartner with his head, before the ball bounces and collects him in a painful region.
Depay with a chace through on goal after another error from Alaba, he was from a fairly tight angle but his shot looked to have the keeper beaten at the near post only for it to swerve into the near side-netting.
The game looks very comfortable for the Dutch at present. Toying with Austria in possession.
Weghorst gets to the edge of the box and tries to centre the ball but Alaba blocks the cross.
Bit of a rash tackle from de Roon on Gregoritsch and he also picks up a yellow card.
Alaba was given a yellow card for the challenge that led to the penalty.
GOAL FOR NETHERLANDS! Just a three-step run up for Depay before he slammed an unstoppable penalty low to the keeper's right.
PENALTY! The referee does not take long to view the action and points to the spot.
De Vrij goes down under a challenge from Hinteregger and the referee waves lay on and then Dunfries is stood on by Alaba in the box - the referee is now going to look at the television.
Van Aanholt tried to slide in Weghorst but his pass is too strong.
Good burst into the box from Ulmer and he went down under a challenge from Dumfries but the referee rightly waved away the claim.
Depay looks to break into the left hand side of the penalty area but Laimer snuffs out the danger with a strong tackle.
The Netherlands get us underway...
The sides are making their way out onto the field now.
The Netherlands' best player in their 3-2 win over the Ukraine was Georginio Wijnaldum and PSG will certainly not have buyer's remorse seeing how influential he was in the middle of the park. It will be interesting if Austria have plans to limit his influence tonight.
The Netherlands are favourites at around 4/6, with Austria as big as 5/1 though that price is being brought in with some bookies, unsurpisingly as it looks quite inviting.
Back to this tournament, both impressed in their first game but also showed vulnerabilities. It could potentially be a fine game if they come out to play but it really wouldn't be surprising if Austria in the lion's den look to play for a draw.
The two nations share the distinction of being two of the best and most influential footballing sides of all time, yet both failed to win the World Cup, with the Austrian Wunderteam falling at the semi-final in 1934 to Italy (perhaps aided by the referee, a dining partner of Mussolini) and of course for the Netherlands, they lost the famous final to West Germany in 1974.
Both sides won their first game so it will be interesting to see how they approach this second match with a point effectively guaranteeing them a spot in the second round.
The only change for Austria sees Michael Gregoritsch replace Sasa Kalajdzic. Goalscoring sub Marko Arnautovic is unavailable after receiving a one-match ban for his offensive celebration.
So a big inclusion for the Oranje, with Matthijs de Ligt back in the side replacing Jurrien Timber.
This is the Austrian xi who will take the field at the Amsterdam ArenA...
This is how the Netherlands will be lining up...
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's coverage of the Euro 2020 Group C clash between the Netherlands and Austria. I'm Ciaran Baynes and I'll be following the match with you.