Holland need to score two goals in the next 45 minutes or they're likely going to exit the European Championships after the group stage. Since the first 20 minutes, they've rarely threatened, and thus, Bert van Marwijk has made two changes: Rafael van der Vaart has come on for the captain, Mark van Bommel, and Klass-Jan Huntelaar, the popular striker, has come on for Ibrahim Afellay.
Van der Vaart will play in a double pivot with Nigel de Jong. It's a very different role to the one he plays at Tottenham, and requires him to cut down on long passes; that's for Wesley Sneijder. Instead, van der Vaart will increase Holland's ball circulation. The problem, though, is that Holland become more susceptible to conceding chances through the midfield, but they have to go for it.
Klass-Jan Huntelaar will come on and play through the middle. He's a classic poacher, and if he gets a chance, he will probably score. Bringing him on, though, means Robin van Persie goes to the right side of Holland's attacking three midfielders, a position he isn't at his best at. Holland look like they're out of ideas, really, and pushing van Persie to the right might not change that, as he'll likely just come inside.