ESPN3/WatchESPN/MUTV: Netherlands v Ecuador Live Friendly Stream

AMSTERDAM (Sporting Alert) — Manchester United forward Robin van Persie starts for the Netherlands in today’s World Cup 2014 warmup game against Ecuador at Amsterdam ArenA in Holland.

Netherlands v Ecuador Live Friendly Stream on ESPN3/WatchESPN

Van Persie, who declared himself fully fit, following a knee injury that sidelined him during the middle part of the season, will come against his fellow Man United club-mate Antonio Valencia, who starts for Ecuador.

Manchester United, on the club’s official station, MUTV, will broadcast the game live for fans to follow online on their computers, phones or tablets. Live streaming in the United States will be on here watch buy viagra brand jack london essay help me write my essay for free proofreading by reading a document aloud steps for writers composing essays professionalism term paper enter is homework helpful research viagra cialis combo writing a research papaer viagra timeline genuine viagra for sale traveling with friends essay essay argument topics case study business role viagra to vision problems levitra knox short essays about life get link depakote viagra interaction sample dissertation findings chapter write my research paper grant proposal how to write a good proposal get link thesis font history go here, as well as WatchESPN App

Both teams are using the game as part of their preparation for next month’s World Cup 2014 in Brazil and live streaming will be on MUTV for those in the UK and Ireland.

It is also believed that United are streaming the game to soon to be named manager Louis van Gaal.

The Orange have been drawn in World Cup Group B alongside defending champions Spain, Chile and Australia, while Ecuador will play in Group E with Switzerland, Honduras and France.

Netherlands: Cillessen, Veltman, Martins Indi, Kongolo, De Vrij, Janmaat, Blind, Clasie, Wijnaldum, Depay, Van Persie.
Subs: Zoet, Vlaar, Van Aanholt, De Guzman, Verhaegh, Fer, Huntelaar, Kuyt

Ecuador: Banguera, Guagua, Erazo, Carlos Parades, Bagui, Valencia, Noboa, Montero, Castillo, Rojas, Caicedo.
Subs: Cevallos, Ibarra, Martinez, Wila, Ramirez, Quinonez, Ayovi, Saritama, Achilier, Gruezo, Bone, Dominguez

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