Frank De Boer's side started their European Championships campaign with a hard fought win against Ukraine, a Denzel Dumfries header which nudged The Netherlands ahead despite throwing away a two goal lead.
Austria also gained three points from their first game, coming back from a goal down against North Macedonia after Goran Pandev opened the scoring. As expected David Alaba was influential and Foda will be hoping his side can pull off another positive result.
Matthijs De Ligt is potentially available to start following a groin injury which has seen him out since early June. De Boer was asked about his young star he stated that: "He will play, no doubt about it."
There are no injury concerns for the Austrians so it is likely that they will field a similar starting eleven to their first group game.
Ones To Watch
Memphis Depay was marked out of the game against Ukraine with three men surrounding the Lyon man at every opportunity.
Wout Weghorst scored on his international tournament debut and was able to capitalise on space afforded to him by scoring despite only two shots on goal. Up against Austria centre back Martin Hinteregger, Weghorst scored three goals last season so will be relishing the idea of coming up against him again.
Marcel Sabitzer is one of star men in this Austria side and grabbed himself an assist and will be looking to get himself on the scoresheet in the Johan Cruijff Arena. He was involved in 11 Bundesliga goals and combined with Arnautovic, Kalajdzic and Michael Gregoritsch he should add to his tally.
Netherlands: Stekelenberg, Dumfries, De Ligt, De Vrij, Ake, Van Aanholt, De Roon, Wijnaldum, De Jong, Weghorst, Depay
Austria: Bachmann, Lainer, Lienhart, Alaba, Hinteregger, Ulmer, Laimer, Baumgartner, Schlager, Sabitzer, Arnautovic
Where To Watch
The game will be broadcast live on BBC One as part of the EURO 2020 coverage, with kick off at 20:00 BST.