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How to watch Vitesse vs Sparta Rotterdam in the 2016-17 KNVB Cup semifinal: start time and online

There aren't many chances for US-based fans to see Matt Miazga play in the Netherlands, but this might be one of them.

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Matt Miazga has started the last couple of games for Vitesse, returning to the lineup after senior center back Maikel van der Werff his second serious injury of the season. The young American's last stint as a starter for Vitesse was cut short by a string of poor results, but he has worked his way back into favor with head coach Henk Fraser and  the team won the last game Miazga started (against Go Ahead Eagles on Sunday, February 26) - so perhaps he hangs on to his place in the lineup.

Vitesse's 3-1 win over Go Ahead Eagles snapped a two-game losing skid and kept the team in the hunt for a top-seven finish in Eredivisie.

Sparta also won its last league outing - 1-0, over NEC - ending an 11-game winless streak in the league that had seen the club drop into relegation trouble.

Neither team has a great record in the KNVB Cup in recent years. Vitesse has never won the trophy, but is a three-time runner-up, most recently in 1990. Sparta is a three-time winner of the competition, but last lifted the Cup in 1966. The Rotterdam club was last in the Cup final in 1996.

Both teams would surely regard a Cup final as a highlight of the season.

Per WorldSoccerTalk.com, here's where to find the game:

Sparta Rotterdam vs Vitesse - KNVB Cup Semifinal

When: 2:30 pm, Eastern; Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Where: Sparta Stadion - Het Kasteel, Rotterdam, Netherlands

TV: nope

Online: BeIN Sports Connect; fubo.tv; follow @MijnVitesse on Twitter for lineups and updates