Line-ups: Netherlands-Chile

Dirk Kuyt has been called into the Netherlands side by Louis van Gaal for the Group B decider against Chile.

The winners of the match will top the table and likely avoid playing hosts Brazil in the next round, with a draw enough for the Dutch due to their superior goal difference.

Spain and Australia meet at the same time in the other group game with nothing to play for but avoiding the indignity of finishing bottom of the group.

It’s been suggested that Kuyt could play as a left-sided wing-back while Robin van Persie is suspended after accumulating bookings against Spain and Australia.

Former Real Madrid pair Wesley Sneijder and Arjen Robben play in a 5-3-2 formation, with Jeremain Lens replacing van Persie.

Chile go with a number of La Liga representatives, including goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, Valencia loanee Eduardo Vargas and Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez.

It’s expected La Roja will line-up with the same back three formation that dispatched Spain in their last group outing.

Arturo Vidal misses the match having been a doubt for the entire tournament after undergoing knee surgery at the end of the season

Netherlands: Cillessen; Janmaat, De Vrij, Vlaar, Blind, Kuyt; De Jong, Wijnaldum, Sneijder; Lens, Robben

Chile: Bravo; Silva, Medel, Jara; Isla, Diaz, Mena, Aranguiz; Sanchez, Vargas, Gutierrez

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