How to watch Ecuador vs. Netherlands in 2022 FIFA World Cup Group A match originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago
Ecuador and the Netherlands both started the 2022 World Cup exactly as they wanted. But only one can be perfect in two matches as the two will face each other in their next match.
The two countries seeded in Group A each achieved 2-0 victories in their opening matches, Ecuador over Qatar and the Netherlands over Senegal.
Ecuador rolled to victory over the hosts in Sunday’s opener, with Enner Valencia scoring two goals. The Netherlands beat Senegal 2-0 after the match went scoreless for over 80 minutes. Cody Gakpo broke the tie in the 84th minute before Davy Klaassen put the game out of reach in stoppage time.
Now both Group A winners face each other. This is how you can watch Ecuador and the Netherlands in their match in Group A:
When is Ecuador vs. Netherlands in the 2022 FIFA World Cup?
Ecuador and the Netherlands will face each other at the Khalifa International Stadium in Al Rayyan on Friday, November 25.
What time is it Ecuador vs. Netherlands in the 2022 FIFA World Cup?
Ecuador-Netherlands kicks off at 11am ET and 8am PT, which is 7pm local time in Qatar.
How to watch Ecuador vs. Netherlands in the 2022 FIFA World Cup
The game will be broadcast on FOX in English and Telemundo in Spanish.
How Ecuador vs. Netherlands to stream in the 2022 FIFA World Cup
The game can be streamed online at FOXSports.com, the Fox Sports app, or on Peacock (Spanish).
Ecuador vs. Netherlands – Group A | 11 a.m. ET | Copa Mundial de la FIFA 2022 en Español on Peacock
Who are the players to watch in Ecuador vs. The Netherlands?
Valencia scored both goals for Ecuador in the opener and there is little reason to believe he will be stopped going forward. The 33-year-old has scored 37 goals in 75 appearances for the national team, including five in World Cup matches. It will be interesting to see how his knee holds up after leaving the game in Qatar in the 77th minute with a knock.
Virgil van Dijk plays for the Netherlands as team captain. The central defender of Liverpool, together with the FC Barcelona duo Frenkie de Jong and Memphis Depay, gives the Orange a potent attack.