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UEFA Euro Qualifying - TV and streaming options to watch Norway vs Spain

October 10, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
La Roja needs one more win to secure their spot in next year's tournament, but the Norwegian side is eager to keep their chances alive.

What has been Norway and Spain's form in the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers?

Norway is currently on a five-game streak without a loss, but only two of those games have ended with the Nordic side winning all the points. Lars Lagerback's men have struggled to get results at home, with only one win and two draws coming from their games held in Norway.

Spain has been perfect throughout the qualifiers, winning six out of six games. The Spanish side has scored the most goals in this group (17) while they also have the best defensive unit (3 goals conceded). One of the three teams that has been able to score against La Roja was Norway, in the reverse fixture between these teams a few months ago.

What is Norway and Spain's position in Group F of the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers?

Norway is currently fourth in Group F of the qualifiers, with two wins, three draws and one loss (against Spain). The Lions are not in danger of losing their fourth spot, but if they end up losing, their chances of playing in the continental competition could very well fade away.

Spain is the top team in this group with 18 points, and it would take a disaster to see La Roja missing out on the continental competition next year. Spain could secure their spot in next year's tournament if both Sweden (11 pts) and Romania (10 pts) fail to win their respective games.

Norway vs Spain - Head to head

  • This will be the 7th game between these teams, including competitive fixtures and friendly games.

  • Spain has claimed four wins out of their six previous meetings against Norway.

  • Norway's only win against Spain took place in the 2000 UEFA Euro, where the Norwegian side claimed all the points thanks to a goal by Steffen Iversen for a 1-0 score.

  • The previous game between these teams ended in a 2-1 win for Spain on Matchday 1 of the ongoing Qualifiers.

  • Spain's most recent trip to Norway ended in a 3-0 win for La Roja in the 2004 UEFA Euro Qualifiers.

Norway vs Spain - Who's in and who's out?

Norway's coach Lars Lagerback was forced to leave 19-year-old starlet Erling Haaland out of the squad due to an injury, while Ruben Gabrielsen also joins the team's absentee list. Striker Ola Kamara will watch this game on his TV set since he has been snubbed by the coach since the International break that took place in June.

Spain's coach Robert Moreno will not have some top-notch names around for this game, as he decided to leave Isco, Dani Parejo, Sergi Roberto and Paco Alcácer out of the squad. Furthermore, Jordi Alba just made it back to the pitch after an injury, which forced the tactician to take it slow with the left back. On the other side, left back Sergio Reguilón and striker Gerard Moreno could be making their international debuts with La Roja.

Broadcast info - Norway vs Spain

In Norway: TV 2 Norway, TV2 Sumo.

In Spain: TVE La 1, fuboTV España.

In the U.K.: Sky Sports Football, SKY GO Extra.

In France: L'Equipe Web, L'Equipe.

In Germany: DAZN.

In the U.S.: TUDN USA, UniMás, ESPN+, TUDN en Vivo, Univision NOW.

In Canada: TSN2, TSN GO.

In Mexico: Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Sky HD.

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Norway 1 - 1 Spain

October 12, 2019 2:45pmUllevaal Stadion (Oslo)

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