Get £5 World Cup Free Bet With The Dazn Bet Argentina vs Netherlands Betting Offer

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Argentina will be looking to reach the last four of the World Cup for the second time in three editions, but an exciting and unpredictable Netherlands side stand in their way – read on to see how you can claim £5 in World Cup free bets to use on this intriguing quarter-final clash.

Following one of the biggest World Cup upsets of all-time in their group opener with Saudi Arabia, pre-tournament favourites Argentina have clawed their way back into contention after winning their subsequent three matches, scoring twice in each.

The Netherlands meanwhile have proved an incredibly tough opponent, remaining one of three unbeaten teams left in the tournament and Louis Van Gaal’s blend of youth and experience have all the assets to prevail here.

How to Claim Dazn Bet’s Argentina vs Netherlands £5 Free Bet Offer

This match-up is one of the toughest fixtures to predict so far at this year’s World Cup, which should translate into plenty of value for bettors.

£5 in free bets courtesy of Dazn Bet afford users the opportunity to explore their extensive match markets, so check our guide below as to how to claim.

  1. Register with Dazn Bet HERE
  2. Make an account and deposit £5 to use on a qualifying bet (1/2 or more).
  3. Your £5 free bet will be credited into your account wallet to use on any market with odds of 1/2 or greater.
  4. Find your Argentina vs Netherlands selection and load it on to your bet slip.

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Argentina vs Netherlands Preview, Predictions and Tips

A repeat of the 1978 World Cup final on Friday evening sees two international football heavyweights go toe-to-toe for a place in the final four. 

Rumblings of potential early exit by Argentina were quickly put to bed as 35-year-old Lionel Messi whipped out his magic hat against Mexico to quell the nerves of La Albiceleste.

Lionel Scaloni’s men have been far from the convincing, 35-game unbeaten side we expected prior to the tournament, but they have a tenacity to win and a monumental following in Qatar which has made them feel like the home side at times.

Meanwhile, the Netherlands have improved game-by-game, and Louis Van Gaal’s third stint in charge of the Dutch has seen him go 18 games unbeaten. Breakout star Coady Gakpo has proved just why he is one of the most sought after stikers in world football, while a supporting cast of Memphis Depay and Frankie De Jong are characteristic of Van Gaal’s pragmatism.

In our eyes, we think this quarter-final will go the distance – the Netherlands were quite content to let the USA have the ball in the round of 16, and Argentina have averaged the second highest possession average so far with 65%.

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