The Orange women work with a full group for the last group match at the World Cup, Thursday in Reims against Canada. National coach Sarina Wiegman stood on the training field with all her 23 players on Wednesday.
Stefanie van der Gragt, just like Tuesday, participated in most of the training at the Center de Vie Raymond Kopa. The defender had to skip the second group match against Cameroon (3-1) due to knee problems.
Van der Gragt starts on the bench against Canada, so that Anouk Dekker, who returned from a suspension against Cameroon, will probably once again form a central duo with Dominique Bloodworth in the back.
With both six points, the Netherlands and Canada are already certain of a place in the eighth finals and compete for the first place in group E.
The Wiegman team needs a draw to finish at the top because it has scored more than Canada.
KNVB has sold more than 6,000 tickets
With a group win, the Orange squad will play Tuesday in the eighth finals in Rennes against the number two in group D (England, Japan or Argentina) and in a defeat on Monday in Paris against the number two in group F (United States or Sweden).
The Netherlands-Canada catches Thursday at 6 pm in the Stade Auguste-Delaune in Reims and is led by the French referee Stéphanie Frappart.
The KNVB has sold more than 6,000 tickets. The supporters gather for the competition in the fan zone, behind the Notre-Dame cathedral in the center of Reims.
For security reasons, the French authorities allow a maximum of 3,000 fans into the fan zone. The Orange Parade starts about 1.5 hours before the kick-off, a journey of 1.6 kilometers to the stadium.
See also: The program, the results, the positions and the top scorers of the World Cup