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Hockey World League: India to take on Netherlands in semi-final

All India Radio Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Hockey World League: India to take on Netherlands in semi-finalIndia will take on world Number four the Netherlands in their final Pool B match of the Hockey World League Semi-Final in London today.
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News video: Ready For The Match Against The Netherlands- Harmanpreet

Ready For The Match Against The Netherlands- Harmanpreet 01:33

India’s final group stage match of the Hockey World League semi-finals is against the Netherlands. India come into the match in good form, with a 4-1 win over Scotland, followed up with a 3-0 win over Canada and later the big on Sunday, where India thrashed Pakistan 7-1.

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