Netherlands coach Ronald Koeman has revealed his 23-man squad for their UEFA Nations League semi-final tie against England next month, and it is largely made up of stars who play for Ajax Amsterdam and in the Premier League.
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Virgil van Dijk headlines the five-man list of players called up from England's top flight, with the others being Georginio Wijnaldum (Liverpool), Patrick van Aanholt (Crystal Palace), Nathan Ake (Bournemouth) and Davy Propper (Brighton & Hove Albion).
Veteran striker Ryan Babel, who is the second-most capped player (56 caps) in the squad behind Ajax star Daley Blind (62 caps), also got a call-up, despite being part of the Fulham side that was recently relegated to the Championship.
Blind is one of three Ajax players called up by Koeman, along with Matthijs de Ligt and Donny van de Beek, while Frenkie de Jong, whose move to FC Barcelona was made official a couple of weeks ago, is also in the squad.
Lyon defender Kenny Tete was forced to withdraw due to injury, and was subsequently replaced by Atalanta's Hans Hateboer.
Five players – Steven Berghuis, Terence Kongolo, Pablo Rosario, Wout Weghorst and Jeroen Zoet – were cut from the preliminary squad Koeman named earlier this month.
The winner of the clash between Oranje and England will face the winner of the other semi-final between Portugal and Switzerland, which will be decided on 5 June in Porto, while the third-place play-off and final will take place on 9 June.