Last Updated: 23/06/14 6:58pm
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FT: The referee signals for full-time and Holland are 2-0 winners thanks to goals from Leroy Fer and Memphis Depay!
Holland are winning Group B with maximum points. Credit has to go to Robben, who darted forward from the Chile corner. Depay was in space and the Bayern Munich winger unselfishly picked him out at the back post to net his second goal in as many games.
The ball finds its way to Jara over on the left after a Sanchez corner. He delivers one towards the near post but Medel is unable to direct his header on target.
Fer pulls his weight defensively to put Sanchez's corner behind before De Jong clatters the Chile striker inside the area to concede another one.
Holland are understandably in no rush here and there's a brief break in play as Kuyt is down and suffering from cramp. Van Gaal is preparing a final change.
Chile think they have a penalty but the linesman's flag is raised as Pinilla goes down under the close watch of Blind.
Chile are starting to pile men forward now as Diaz and Pinilla exchange passes. Mena whips one in from the right but Vlaar stands firm.
CHANCE! Chile almost force an equaliser from a corner with Medel causing problems in front of goal. Valdiva strikes but is unable to find a way through the crowded box.
That was Fer's first touch since coming on and his first Holland goal. The corner was played short to the feet of Janmaat who whipped one towards the six-yard box. Fer rose well and powered it beyond Bravo to open the scoring.
CHANCE! Depay drives forward and is invited to shoot, forcing Bravo into an acrobatic save to tip it over the bar for a corner.
CHANCE! Kuyt rises well to meet Robben's corner from the right but he can't guide it on target with Bravo rooted to the spot.
Robben is bundled over by Medel and Holland have a free-kick in another crossing position. Sneijder stands over this one with men forward in the box.
Beausejour and Vargas both challenge for the same ball at the back post after a decent ball in from Aranguiz and it goes behind for a goalkick.
Kuyt brings the ball forward on the wide before finding Depay but Chile are quick to close him down and the move comes to nothing.
Chile get the go-ahead to make their first substitution of the evening as Francisco Silva makes way for Jorge Valdiva in an attacking change.
Depay's first involvement is to concede a free-kick after clipping Silva and Chile come forward. Jorge Sampaoli is lining up a change for Chile.
CHANCE! Bravo is then forced into action at the other end as Robben's left-footed effort needs pushing away.
CHANCE! Some great trickery and balance from Sanchez sees him skip away from Lens and into the area. The angle is tight but he manages to get a shot away on goal, only for Cillessen to palm it away with two hands.
Daley Blind is the first Dutchman to have his name taken in the book after bringing down Sanchez. Chile have a free-kick which Diaz will deliver into the area.
Chile have another penalty appeal waved away as Sanchez goes down under the challenge of Cillessen. The referee is having none of it but replays suggest that Chile should have at least had a corner.
De Jong and Wijnaldum are unable to combine on the right and Beausejour comes in with a strong challenge to break down the Holland move. This second half is really yet to get going.
Robben's free-kick is cleared only as far as Sneijder on the edge of the box. He shapes to shoot on the half volley but Isla is quick to charge him down and block the strike.
Lens is dragged to the ground by Jara and Holland have a free-kick in an attacking position which they will look to get into the area. Robben will deliver.
Beausejour brings it over the halfway line but Chile are outnumbered and he is forced to go back. Silva's control is then sloppy as he allows the ball to roll out for a throw.
Isla is caught by Kuyt on the touchline and Chile are awarded another free-kick. They again decide to play it short before Medel's long ball forward is cut out by Janmaat.
Chile play a free-kick short on the halfway line before looking to mount an attack. Holland have men back in numbers though.
Sanchez picks up the loose ball from around 35 yards out and decides to unleash a strike on goal. We've seen him hit spectacular efforts in the past but that was not one of them as it sailed well over the bar.
Holland appear to have started this second half with more of an attacking mentality than they showed in the first. They're still to carve an opening since the break but are pushing men forward in search of one.
Lens brings the ball down before exchanged passes with Sneijder. He works his way into the area but is unable to turn into space as he finds himself outnumbered by Chilean defenders.
Louis van Gaal does not look best pleased as he steps into his technical area to issue some instructions. Holland also have a number of players sent to warm up.
There's not too much happening on the pitch right now, so it's worth pointing out that Holland will win Group B if the score remains the same. Spain are beating Australia 1-0 in the other game but that has no bearing on this one.
Holland are sitting rather deep but momentarily threaten as Lens tries to muscle his way into a shooting position on the edge of the area. Chile get it clear.
Bravo's goalkick is disappointing as he hits it straight out for a throw-in inside the Chile half. Robben chases down the loose ball before Sneijder is penalised for using his hand.
Vlaar reads the game well to cut out Sanchez's dangerous looking ball into the area. Blind then goes in strong before Holland eventually get it cleared.
Blind concedes a free-kick over on the right and the second half has started just like the first with Chile seeing plenty of the ball.
Kuyt's cross is cleared and Chile break. Sanchez twists and turns into space on the edge of the area. He tries to feed a team-mate into space but gets his pass all wrong as it goes out for a goalkick.
HT: The referee signals for half-time and it's 0-0 in Sao Paulo. Chile have seen more of the ball and have had the better of the chances through Gutierrez, while De Vrij and Robben have both come close for Holland. 0-0.
Sneijder whips a free-kick into the area before Lens is unable to fire through the crowded box. Chile eventually win a free-kick and are afforded a breather as went enter one minute of added time.
CHANCE! Gutierrez should score as he creeps away from his marker to meet Diaz's delivery and head wide from six yards out.
Lens brings down Mena just inside the Holland half and Chile have another free-kick about 40 yards out. Diaz is shaping as though he will loft this into the area.
Gutierrez spreads it out wide for Mena who does well to keep the ball in play and cut it back across goal. Vargas just can't get ahead of his man in time, though, and the move breaks down.
Sanchez comes deep to collect the ball and look for an opening. Kuyt is being forced to help at full-back and he puts it out for Chile throw.
CHANCE! Sneijder wins the ball after tussling with Diaz and sets Robben away. There's only one thing on his mind as he drives over the halfway line and beyond a handful of Chile defenders. He bears down on goal before dragging his effort just wide.
Chile play the free-kick short but it comes to nothing as Wijnaldum clears. Both sets of fans are excellent voice despite the lack of goalmouth action this first half.
Sanchez turns away from Blind before being hacked down by the Dutch full-back. Chile free-kick and a chance to pump a ball into the area.
Chile are again appealing for a penalty after Sanchez went to ground inside the area under the close watch of Kuyt. Play is waved on.
CHANCE! Holland's best chance of the game so far falls to De Vrij at the back post, but he is unable to guide his flying header on target after a great cross from Robben's free-kick.
Jara drags Robben to the ground and Holland have a free-kick in a crossing position out wide on the right. The Bayern Munich man stands over it and will deliver an inswinger into the area.
Mena's pass is loose and Robben comes away with it. He drives forward but is unable to pick out De Jong before Blind's cutback across the box fails to find anyone in orange.
Chile appeal for a penalty as Aranguiz goes down under the challenge of Blind. The referee waves it away but Jorge Sampaoli looks convinced on the touchline.
Other than that earlier effort from Gutierrez, neither side has really managed to create a clear-cut chance. Chile are dominating the possession stakes with almost 75 per cent of the ball so far.
Diaz clips the heels of De Jong and Holland win a free-kick on the halfway line. There have been 11 fouls conceded in this game already!
Robben is wasteful on the ball as he gives it away inside the Chile half. They try to break quickly but the move comes to nothing and Holland regain possession in defence.
Sanchez twists and turns away from Blind after some smart build-up play from Chile. He tries to feed Vargas into the wide areas but his ball is over-hit and it goes harmlessly behind for a goalkick.
Sneijder fires a curling effort towards the near post but Bravo is equal to it as he parries it away before smothering the loose ball.
Holland have a free-kick in a promising position now. Blind and Sneijder eye it with Vlaar among the men forward from the back.
Lens is bundled over by Silva after a ball over the top and the Chile man is the first player to go into the book.
That chance seems to have alerted Holland somewhat as Wijnaldum fires well wide at the opposite end following a probing run from Robben.
CHANCE! Straight off the training ground, Sanchez plays a low corner towards the feet of Gutierrez. The winger times his run perfectly but sees his first-time effort fly over the bar.
Diaz's free-kick goes all the way to the back post where Mena is arriving. He tries to return the cross put manages to win a corner in doing so. Good spell for Chile.
Sneijder clips the legs of Vargas have Chile have a free-kick in a decent crossing position. Diaz will launch one into the box.
Chile have certainly started the better of the two sides and look the most likely to open the scoring. Holland are yet to find any kind of rhythm whatsoever, although they are in possession as the ball is brought over the halfway line.
Chile break at speed with Mena down the right. He cuts one back towards Aranguiz who dummies on the edge of the area, Sanchez is arriving at the back post but is unable to profit as he loses his footing at the crucial moment.
Medel needs to be strong once again as he stops Lens in his tracks. The Dutchman appears to have come off worse in that challenge and stays down in pain.
Vlaar looks for the run of Robben with a long ball but Medel muscles in to get across and usher it behind for a goalkick.
Aranguiz ghosts forward once again and Sanchez spots him from deep with a smart ball over the top, but the Chile midfielder has just strayed offside.
Chile are growing in confidence and Vlaar has to be alert to hook clear Aranguiz's low cross after a surging run into the area.
Half chance for Chile as Vargas heads well over the bar from inside the area. Mena was unable to find an opening but Gutierrez hooked the loose ball towards Vargas who was just unable to direct it on target.
Robben spots the run of Kuyt but the Chile defence is equal to it as they clear their lines. Lens then concedes a free-kick for challenging unfairly with Silva in the air. Busy start for the referee!
Robben is bundled over by Jara and Holland have a free-kick in quite a promising position. Robben stands over it and will look to loft one into the area.
Still no sights of goal for either side just yet and the opening stages have been very much a physical battle. Chile are dominating possession so far.
Sneijder delivers a free-kick into the area but Vargas is able to hook it clear. Chile come forward as Medel looks for Sanchez but the striker can't quite bring it under control to keep the ball in play.
Despite the scorching sunshine in Sao Paulo, this game has started at quite a frantic pace as Cillessen hoofs up-field under pressure from Vargas.
Medel brings the ball out of defence and it is Chile who have seen the most of it so far in these opening minutes. Jara is wasteful, though, as his long ball forward rolls behind for a goalkick.
Chile win another free-kick in the centre circle after De Jong is adjudged to have handled it. Mena is unable to reach the long ball forward but Chile regain possession and will build from deep.
Robben is penalised after clipping Medel and Chile win a free-kick just inside their own half. Fairly lively start in Sao Paulo.
Sanchez threatens down the right and Kuyt flies in with a strong challenge. The Barcelona man wants a throw-in but it goes Holland's way.
Lens wins the ball in midfield as Holland bring it forward and probe for an early opening. Chile stand firm though and win a free-kick as Medel is brought down.
Chile get us underway! They are wearing all white while Holland are in their traditional orange strip for the first time this tournament.
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Right then, the teams are out in Sao Paulo. The stadium is a mixed sea of red and orange as the players go through the national anthems. Top spot goes to the winner here, simple as that.
This is the first meeting between the two since the 1928 Olympics and Holland won that game by the drawing of lots after a 2-2 draw that time around!
Holland are the slight favourites tonight at 13/8, with the draw at 12/5 and a Chile win priced at 17/10 with Sky Bet. There are also a number of Price Boosts available including Holland to win 3-1 at 25/1, Memphis Depay to score first at 8/1 or a Chile 2-0 win at 16/1.
The loser of this one are likely to come up against Brazil in the knock-out stages - providing that they can top Group A - but both sides would undoubtedly prefer to face the hosts at a later stage of the competition. Chile have never won three consecutive World Cup games within the same tournament though.
Thanks also to Fihannah Baxter who has emailed in to predict a thriller: "I'm thinking Netherlands will finish off in style 5-2 Robben to shine."
Chile don't boast the greatest of records against European sides at the World Cup - having only won two of their last 11 - while Holland have not lost a World Cup group game since 1994. The Dutch took nine points from their group in 2010 and that is very much on the agenda tonight.
We had an idea that Chile would be a force when they dispatched England at Wembley late last year, but their 2-0 win over Spain last Wednesday really turned heads as they outclassed the current holders. They face a tough test tonight, though, with Louis van Gaal's Holland also looking strong and in equally as impressive form.
Thanks to Chris Green from Huddersfield who was the quickest off the mark on the email. He's predicting another goal-fest today. "I see this game ending in a 2-2 draw," he says.
As for Chile, they make just the one change from their 2-0 win over Spain. Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal was a doubt with an Achilles tendon problem and Jorge Sampaoli has decided to take no risks with Felipe Guiterrez coming in.
So there are the teams and Louis van Gaal has made three changes from the team that edged past Australia last week. Jeremain Lens, Georginio Wijnaldum and Dirk Kuyt all come in as Robin van Persie, Martins Indi and Jonathan de Guzman are rested. Arjen Robben captains the side.
Holland team: Cillessen, Vlaar, De Vrij, Blind, De Jong, Janmaat, Sneijder, Robben, Kuyt, Lens, Wijnaldum.
As ever, you can get involved with your thoughts and score predictions throughout the evening. You can either Tweet me: @ryanparrish1919 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll get some posted here in the build-up to kick-off.
Good evening and welcome to the live text commentary as Holland take on Chile at Sao Paolo's Arena Corinthians. Having won both of their opening Group B games, the two sides have already booked their places in the last-16, but top spot is still up for grabs for tonight's winner. Holland have a superior goal difference so a draw would be enough for them to win the group. Team news will be here shortly...