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Netherlands v Turkey: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

The final quarter-final of Euro 2024 sees two of the tournament's entertainers go head-to-head at the Olympiastadion in Berlin as the Netherlands take on Turkey.

The Dutch produced an impressive attacking performance as they saw off Group E winners Romania in the previous round - with a strike from Cody Gakpo and a brace from Donyell Malen securing the victory for Ronald Koeman’s side.

Turkey, meanwhile, got the better of an impressive Austria side in the round of 16 as two strikes from defender Merih Demiral helped the Crescent-Stars on their way to the quarter-finals.

Netherlands v Turkey

How to watch Netherlands v Turkey and TV channel

Netherlands v Turkey is available to watch live in the UK and will be broadcast on ITV1 and ITVX.

Netherlands v Turkey kick-off time, date and venue

Netherlands v Turkey is due to take place at the Olympiastadion in Berlin - home to Hertha Berlin - with kick-off scheduled for 20:00 BST on Saturday 6th July.

Netherlands v Turkey stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

The Dutch edge the head-to-head record with six victories from their 14 total meetings, while Turkey have claimed the bragging rights on just four occasions.

The last two meetings both provided plenty of goals and excitement.

The 2022 World Cup qualifiers saw the Crescent-Stars claim a stunning 4-2 victory in Istanbul, thanks to a hat-trick from striker Burak Yilmaz, while the Oranje got their own back in their home meeting by thumping Turkey 6-1 in Amsterdam - with Memphis Depay going home with the match ball.

Netherlands v Turkey head-to-head record (H2H)

Netherlands wins




Turkey wins


*H2H stats refer to all competitions

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Netherlands v Turkey team news

Netherlands team news

Steven Bergwijn was substituted at half-time in the 3-0 victory over Romania due to injury and the former Tottenham man is likely to be unavailable for selection for this quarter-final clash.

Bayern Munich defender Matthijs de Ligt is also a doubt for Ronald Koeman as he recovers from an illness.

Turkey team news

Turkey captain Hakan Calhanoglu is back available for the Crescent-Stars after serving his one game suspension, however midfield duo Orkun Kokcu and Ismail Yuksek will miss out after picking up yellow cards against Austria.

However, the biggest blow came with the news that two-goal hero against Austria, Merih Demiral, has been handed a two-match suspension.

Eight of Vincenzo Montella’s side are in danger of missing the semi-final through suspension if they pick up yellow cards against the Dutch, including star youngsters Kenan Yildiz and Arda Guler.

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