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The 2022 FIFA World Cup quarterfinals get underway on Friday with the Netherlands and Argentina wrapping up the action for the day. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. ET from Lusail Stadium, with broadcasts available on Fox and Telemundo.

Argentina are making their return to the quarters after making a round of 16 exit in 2018. They were able to get past the round of 16 this time without much trouble, logging a 2-1 win over Australia as Lionel Messi scored his third goal in his fourth match of the tournament. Messi is looking to end his World Cup career on top with his first-ever FIFA World Cup title, and Argentina’s first since 1986. But first, they’ll have to get past an impressive Dutch side.

The Netherlands cruised to the quarters for the third straight time after comfortably sending the United States home with a 3-1 win in the round of 16. The Dutch side missed out on the 2018 World Cup, but finished as runners-up in 2010, followed by a third place finish in 2014. Now they’ll look for redemption against Argentina, who advanced to the final in 2014 with a penalty shootout win over the Netherlands in their semifinal matchup.

Argentina are the favorites to win this match, priced at +125 on the moneyline at DraftKings Sportsbook. The Netherlands aren’t far behind, sitting at +260 while a draw in regular time is +220.

Netherlands vs. Argentina

Date: Friday, December 9

Start time: 2 p.m. ET

TV channel: Fox, Telemundo

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Netherlands: After crashing out of the World Cup in 2014 at the hands of Argentina, Louis van Gaal and the Netherlands recognize that they have a score to settle in this match. A confident team playing the style their manager wants, the occasion won’t be too big for the Oranje. Coady Gakpo has been impressive scoring three goals so far during his tournament but their keeper Andries Noppert has been the star performer of the side. Due to how long he can go without making saves he has to stay ready during matches but has done just that. Noppert also isn’t concerned with the prospect of facing a penalty from Messi — not that he should be as Messi has already missed a penalty during this tournament.

“I’m always ready for that, and he can also miss, we saw it at the beginning of this tournament,” Noppert said. “So he’s the same like us – a human. For sure he’s good, but for sure I can catch the penalties.”

Argentina: If Argentina plays their game, they should be able to emerge with a victory in the match. After a shock loss to Saudi Arabia to open the World Cup, Argentina has been able to manage games and keep them in control to do just enough to advance. It felt like Australia may play their way through and Argentina will need to avoid allowing too many set plays to the Netherlands but the midfield of Alexis Mac Allister, Enzo Fernandez, and Rodrigo De Paul gives the team a large platform to build from.

By Jack