Chile's players run during a training session at the Palmeiras training center at Sao Paulo city, June 22, 2014. (REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado)
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Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal rates the current crop of players the best in the country's history but admitted they face a tough task in Monday's decisive World Cup match against Group B leaders the Netherlands.Chile are one of the surprise packages of the tournament so far, beating Australia 3-1 in their first match and then eliminating world champions Spain in a comprehensive 2-0 defeat. The Netherlands and Chile both have six points with reigning champions Spain and Australia on zero.Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli predicted a fast-paced match at the Corinthians arena against a side missing the suspended Robin van Persie, who is suspended, and Bruno Martins Indi, who is recovering from a concussion suffered in last week's game against Australia.
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