Australia will take on the Netherlands for the following fixture of the FIH Pro League tomorrow which will take place in Amstelveen. The main four groups of the men's FIH Pro League met on June 19 to book a spot in the Grand Finals. Australia defeated Belgium in their last match 2-0 in Antwerp as they completed on the highest point of the focuses table. Australia will currently confront the group put on the fourth position in the FIH Pro League Grand Final in Amsterdam.
Netherland guaranteed their point against Argentina however they need one point to seal a spot in the Grand Final. A misfortune against Australia would mean will open the entryway for Great Britain. Henceforth, it will be a match of extraordinary importance to the Netherlands. Australia and the Netherlands have played 12 matches since 2013. Both the groups stand even in the no holds barred record, however this match would take one group over the other. Be that as it may, Australia lead the route against their partners regarding objectives.
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Jeroen Hertzberger, Pirmin Blaak, Thierry Brinkman, Jip Janssen, Bjorn Kellerman, Jorrit Croon, Jonas De Geus, Terrance Pieters, Micro Pruyser, Diede Van Puffelen, Glenn Schuurman, Sam Van Der Ven, Mink Van Der Weerden, Sander Baart, Billy Bakker, Joep de Mol, Derck de Vilder and Bob De Voogd
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