In the second game of Group B for both these sides, Holland will look to build on one of the most shocking score lines of the World Cup so far, while Australia will need to battle in order to have any shot of advancing to the Round of 16. The teams are set to meet on June 18 at the Estádio Beira-Rio in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

The Dutch come into this game after demolishing Spain 5-1 about a week ago. Robin Van Persie and Arjen Robben were fundamental in the annihilation of Spain, and will surely once again play a major role against Australia. There was much talk before the tournament began that Holland was too young and inexperienced to perform well in Brazil. Well there showing against the current holders proved everyone wrong.  It will be interesting to see if the “Oranje” can ride the wave of confidence after their last performance, or if they will play down to the level of their opponents. Striker Robin Van Persie was quoted as saying, “After such a performance, the dynamics have naturally changed. However, as a country, we shouldn't get ahead of ourselves. We have to stay realistic.”

The “Socceroos” on the other hand come into game off a 3-1 loss to a strong Chilean side. Tim Cahill, as always was one of the bright lights on a dim day for the Australians. They will need to play at the tip top of their game in order to have any shot at getting a result against the Dutch. Despite calls for them to sit back and invite possession, the boys from down under have said that they have no plans to park the bus in front of net. There is no denying the fact that the Australians are heavy underdogs, but that is not always the worst thing. Expectations are low for the “Socceroos” but don’t look for them to bow down to the mighty orange of Holland.

The game is set to kick off at 12:00PM EST at the Estadio Beira-Rio in Porto Alegre. It can be seen on ESPN and in Spanish on Univision. If you want to live stream the match, simply go to WatchESPN here and  here for a live stream in Spanish.  Stay tuned as the Dutch are sure to put on another master class showing against the lowest ranking team in the World Cup.