Given the euphoric heights that England scaled last summer in Russia, it was always going to make for compelling viewing whenever they regrouped and went again. Despite the many sceptics who poo-pooed this new tournament format, the top-notch performances we're now accustomed to seeing under Gareth Southgate, have made these UEFA Nations League finals more compelling than even the best Scandi noir going. Here's everything you need to know about England v Holland this week.
When is it?
Thursday 6th June, 2019.
What time is kick off?
The game kicks-off at 7.45pm GMT.
Where is it?
Estadio D. Afonso Henriques, Guimaraes, Portugal - the home of Vitoria Sport Clube.
Which pubs are showing it?
You can find a list of all UK pubs showing UEFA Nations League semi-final right here. Just follow the link and search by location to see bars nearby showing England v Netherlands on TV.
What channel is it on?
The game will be shown live on Sky Sports Football /Sky Sports Main Event. Those with SkyGo can watch on the move whilst one off viewing packages can be purchased from Now TV.
Did you know?
England have won just one of the last eight meetings between these two nations. Jesse Lingard scored the only goal of the match at Amsterdam ArenA last March.
What happened last time?