TURKEY host Holland as the World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign kicks off this week.
Norway, Montenegro, Latvia and Gibraltar make up Group G.
When is Turkey vs Holland?
- Turkey vs Holland will kick off at 5pm on Wednesday, March 24.
- That's 8pm in Turkey and 6pm in the Netherlands.
- The Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul plays host.
- When the sides last met back in 2015, Turkey were 3-0 winners in Konya as they beat the Dutch to a Euro 2016 spot.
What TV channel and live stream is Turkey vs Holland on?
- Turkey vs Holland will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Football.
- Sky begin their coverage 4.55pm.
- Sky Sports Football will also be showingSerbia vs Republic of Ireland following this match.
- To stream the game live, head to your Sky Go account.
- Non-Sky Sports subscribers can still watch all the action with a Now TV Day Pass from £9.99.
What is the team news?
Injured defenders Virgil van Dijk and Nathan Ake continue to miss out for Holland, while Mainz centre-back Jerry St. Juste and Ajax midfielder Ryan Gravenberch could make their full international debuts.
For Turkey, Liverpool centre-back Ozan Kabak and AC Milan midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu have been named in a strong squad.
What are the World Cup 2022 qualifiers this week?
- Portugal vs Azerbaijan (19:45)
- Serbia vs Republic of Ireland (19:45)
- Finland vs Bosnia-Herzegovina (19:45)
- France vs Ukraine (19:45)
- Estonia vs Czech Republic (17:00)
- Belgium vs Wales (19:45)
- Turkey vs Netherlands (17:00)
- Gibraltar vs Norway (19:45)
- Latvia vs Montenegro (19:45)
- Cyprus vs Slovakia (19:45)
- Malta vs Russia (19:45)
- Slovenia vs Croatia (19:45)
- Germany vs Iceland (19:45)
- Liechtenstein vsArmenia (19:45)
- Romania vs North Macedonia (19:45)
- Spain vs Greece (19:45)
- Sweden vs Georgia (19:45)
- Bulgaria vs Switzerland (17:00)
- Italy vs Northern Ireland (19:45)
- Israel vs Denmark (17:00)
- Moldova vs Faroe Islands (19:45)
- Scotland vs Austria (19:45)
- Andorra vs Albania (19:45)
- England vs San Marino (19:45)
- Hungary vs Poland (19:45)
- Republic of Ireland vs Luxembourg (19:45)
- Serbia vs Portugal (19:45)
- Belarus vs Estonia (17:00)
- Czech Republic vs Belgium (19:45)
- Montenegro vs Gibraltar (14:00)
- Netherlands vs Latvia (17:00)
- Norway vs Turkey (17:00)
- Russia vs Slovenia (14:00)
- Croatia vs Cyprus (17:00)
- Slovakia vs Malta (19.45)
- Armenia vs Iceland (17:00)
- North Macedonia vs Liechtenstein (19:45)
- Romania vs Germany (19:45)
- Georgia vs Spain (17:00)
- Kosovo vs Sweden (19:45)
- Bulgaria vs Italy (19:45)
- Switzerland vs Lithuania (19:45)
- Kazakhstan vs France (14:00)
- Ukraine vs Finland (19:45)
- Denmark vs Moldova (17:00)
- Austria vs Faroe Islands (19:45)
- Israel vs Scotland (19:45)
- Albania vs England (17:00)
- Poland vs Andorra (19:45)
- San Marino vs Hungary (19:45)
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