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Guillem Balague has picked his World Cup XI - but do you agree with his selections?
Holland's home-based stars highlight the merits of the Dutch top division, writes Matt Stanger.
Matt Stanger looks at how Louis van Gaal masterminded a fine win in his final game with Holland.
Andy Burton previews the World Cup final with Jamie Redknapp, Tim Key, Geraint Hughes and Dale Tempest.
Darting Dutchman Raymond van Barneveld joins the fun as we ‘arrow’ in on Netherlands v Argentina.
Holland are over-reliant on Arjen Robben, says Paul Merson, and will lose to Argentina on Wednesday.
Arjen Robben's story had been written but his unique talent offers redemption, writes Adam Bate.
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