Who to Watch in Holland and Belgium

With the international break coming up, and the World Cup in Russia just around the corner, we figured we'd take a look at the best players in the Dutch and Belgian Leagues - who should you be looking out for in the Qualifiers. You can watch most of these guys play week-in, week-out at https://www.voetballivestream.tv, but the best of them will probably be playing in the Premier League soon!

You don't need to be a regular watcher of the Eriedivisie on livestream.services to know that the Netherlands have been struggling to perform at their best in the latest Qualifying campaign - this is clear by the results that include a 2-0 loss to Bulgaria.

In the UEFA Euro’s 2016, Netherlands could not even qualify either but despite these recent failures, the Dutch league has vast amount of talented figures that are on the rise who might be able to take the helm of the Dutch squad someday and try to switch their fortunes for the better.

Bart Ramselaar is a 21 years old midfielder who has already been called up to represent the senior team of the Netherlands squad at the international stage. During his debut season with PSV, Ramselaar managed to make 29 appearances and things can only get better for this youngster who has already been able to showcase his outstanding dribbling skills who has a bright future lying ahead not only for his club but also for his national side.

Another one of the highly-rated youngsters that is currently performing in the Eridivisie is Dabney dos Santos who joined the senior squad of AZ Alkmaar at the age of 18 and has consistently managed to make over 25 appearances a season while avoiding injuries.

Adam Maher is not such a young performer as those previously mentioned but nonetheless, he still remains to be on the younger side of most top footballers in the sport with his current age being just 24. The Dutch midfielder was lured to AZ for a fee of around €8 million, re-signing for the club that he made his name at, after it didn't quite work out at PSV. Back at home, he looks likely to be a key player.

Meanwhile, Belgium used to struggle trying to simply make it past the group stages, but more recently have reached the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup as well as the UEFA Euro’s, which shows that they have talent in abundance.

Romelo Lukaku and Eden Hazard are a few of the more well-known and hands down top Belgium players that are currently performing in the Belgium and both of them have made a huge impact despite still being relatively young, their influence is undeniable with each of them already having made at least 60 caps at the international stage.

Another player worth tracking and watching on socagol is Youri Tielemans - the man of the hour in the world of Belgian soccer as the 20 year old midfielder was recently signed by AS Monaco for a price tag of €20 million. It was with Anderlecht where Tielemans started to showcase his skills as he helped Anderlecht in lifting the league title on 2 occasions and was named as the Belgian Young Professional Footballer of the Year back to back on 2013 and 2014.

Anderlecht recently let go of Tielemans but managed to secure the services of another Belgian player who is on the rise as they extended the contract of Leander Dendoncker until 2021. Leander Dendoncker is a 22 year old defensive midfielder who was recently been linked to a move to the Italian outfit AC Milan.

One last talent to watch out for is Dion Cools, another top performer who might not be as known as others but it’s very likely that his name will start to spread around the world of football and hopefully the rest of the other on the rise players can provide Belgium with the final push that they need in order to finally lift a major international competition.