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Holland need only a point against already-eliminated host nation Qatar to book their place in the World Cup knockout stages.
At the moment, Holland are top of the group by virtue of a superior fair play record compared to the South Americans.
Holland need just a point to book their place in the World Cup last-16 as they take on Qatar
Hosts Qatar are out already, having lost both of their matches against Ecuador and Senegal
The current Group A table shows Holland and Ecuador needing just one point to progress
On matchday three, both Holland and Ecuador know a point will be sufficient to see them into the last-16 - and a potential meeting with England.
But the Dutch undoubtedly have the more straightforward fixture on Tuesday as they take on Qatar, who have so far lost 2-0 to Ecuador and 3-1 to Senegal to crash out early.
Sportsmail takes you through everything you need to know about the Group A encounter.
When is Holland vs Qatar?
The two concluding matches in Group A will kick-off at the same time, making for a potentially nail-biting finale.
Holland vs Qatar and Senegal vs Ecuador are the final games and will be played simultaneously.
The games will begin at 6pm local time in Qatar on Tuesday, which equates to 3pm in the United Kingdom, 10am EST in the United States and 1am on Wednesday in Australian Eastern Standard Time.
Date: Tuesday November 29
Kick-off times: 6pm Qatar, 3pm United Kingdom, 10am EST United States and 1am Australian Eastern Standard Time.
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How to watch the match
In the United Kingdom, the Holland vs Qatar match will be broadcast live on ITV 1 and STV, with their coverage getting underway at 2pm.
Streaming will also be available through ITVX and STV Player.
The match between Senegal and Ecuador will be shown simultaneously on ITV 4, also from 2pm.
In the United States, the match will be broadcast or streamed on FOX, Universo, fubo TV, DirecTV Stream, Peacock Premium, Vidgo and Sling Blue.
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Australian viewers can tune into the game via SBS, who will be televising every match during the 2022 World Cup. SBS On Demand will also stream the fixture for those on the move.
If you're unable to watch