The Netherlands will be taking on Pakistan in their Pool D match, at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubhaneshwar, on December 9. The second match in the night will determine which team will make it to the quarterfinals of the 2018 Men’s Hockey World Cup.
In their head-to-head record in the Hockey World Cup (HWC) history, Pakistan and Netherlands have played 11 times against each other. In those matches, Pakistan has won in 6 games; whereas, Netherlands came out on top on 3 occasions, while the remaining 2 ended in a draw.
Talking about their rivalry in recent times, Netherlands and Pakistan have clashed thrice in the last five years. The former has been a step ahead with 2 victories, while Pakistan could win only 1. Men's Hockey World Cup 2018, Updated Points Table: Australia Tops Pool B Standings, China & Ireland on 2nd & 3rd Spots Respectively!
Currently, the Netherlands is on the second spot of Pool D rankings at 2018 Men's Hockey World Cup. With a win and a loss in the two matches, the Netherlands has 3 points in its kitty. On the other hand, Pakistan has a loss and a draw in the two games that they have played so far. Pakistan has earned only a point in the tournament so far. Hockey World Cup 2018 Schedule, Timetable in IST: Check Out Complete Fixtures, Venue of FIH 2018 Men's Hockey WC Matches in Odisha.
Come Sunday; it will be an exciting match at the Hockey Men’s World Cup 2018, later tonight. It will be an interesting contest for the fans as it will determine which team will qualify for the quarter-finals of the Hockey World Cup 2018. Stay tuned with us for all the latest updates about 2018 Men's Hockey World Cup!