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UEFA Nations League - Spain vs Germany

UEFA Nations League - Watch Spain vs Germany live in over 170 countries

November 16, 2020 By Oscar Rojas
A do-or-die clash between these football titans will decide which side will win this UEFA Nations League group, Get a hold of this match with our detailed guide.

What is Spain and Germany's form ahead of this match?

Spain gets to this clash on an uncharacteristic three-game streak without a win, including a loss against Ukraine and two one-all draws against the Netherlands and Switzerland. That last game made a lot of headlines due to Sergio Ramos' poor penalty-taking skills, as the Spanish center back was not able to find the back of the net after two attempts. In 2020, La Roja has won only two of their seven games, with one loss and four draws to complete their tally.

As for German, Die Mannschaft will enter La Cartuja Stadium with an eight-game streak without a loss, which includes four wins and four draws. Joachim Löw's men have won three of their last four games, including both of their UEFA Nations League matches against Ukraine, the last one finishing with a 3-1 score.

What is Spain and Germany's position in their UEFA Nations League group?

Spain surrendered the top spot in Group A4 of the UEFA Nations League after their draw against Switzerland last weekend. Luis Enrique's men have eight points up to this point, thanks to their two wins, two draws, and one loss in the competition. Sergio Ramos is still the team's top scorer in the tournament with two goals, both of them coming from the penalty spot.

Germany will enter this game as Group A4 leaders, with two wins and three draws to their name. Joachim Löw's men will have to step things up in the defensive end of their game, as they have not been able to keep a clean sheet in this tournament. As of now, Timo Werner is the team's top scorer with four goals, two of them coming in their last game against Ukraine.

Spain vs Germany - What does each team need to make it to the next round of the UEFA Nations League?

Sergio Ramos' missed penalties have proven costly to Spain, as La Roja are not in control of the group right now. If the Spanish side wants to make it to the final four of the competition, then Luis Enrique's men will have to beat Germany. 

On the other side, Germany will try to defend their unbeaten status and nab the ticket for the next round when they travel to Spain. A win or a draw will do the trick for Löw's men against Spain.

If there is a winner in this game, the loser could end their run in the competition in third place if Ukraine can manage to beat the loser's goal difference.

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

Spain - Injured: Sergio Busquets, José Gayá, Ansu Fati, Jesús Navas.

Germany - Injured: Robin Gosens, Joshua Kimmich, Jonas Hofmann, Nico Schulz, Marcel Halstenberg, Thilo Kehrer, Ridle Baku. Suspended: Antonio Rüdiger.

Spain vs Germany - Head-to-head

  • This will be the 25th game between these teams.

  • The first clash between Spain and Germany took place in 1935 and ended in a 2-1win for La Roja.

  • Spain has won 7 of their previous 24 games against Germany.

  • Germany has beaten Spain in nine of their previous 24 matches.

  • Germany enters this game on a three-match streak without a loss against Spain (one win, two draws).

  • The last two games between these teams have ended in similar one-all draws, including their previous UEFA Nations League encounter.

  • Spain's last win against Die Mannschaft took place in the 2010 FIFA World Cup semis.

  • Germany's last win in a competitive game against took place in the 1988 UEFA Euro. That game concluded in a two-nil win for the German side.

  • This will be Joachim Low's sixth game against Spain as Germany's boss. The German tactician has claimed only one win, with two draws and two losses against La Roja.

Broadcast info: Spain vs Germany

In Spain: fuboTV España, TVE La 1.

In Germany: Das Erste, DAZN.

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

In the U.S.: TUDN App, UniMás,, ESPN+, Univision NOW, TUDNxtra.

In France: L'Equipe Web. 

In Italy: 20 Mediaset.

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

In Argentina: DIRECTV Sports Argentina, DIRECTV Play Deportes

In Australia: Optus Sport.

In Brazil: Space Brazil, Esporte Interativo Plus.


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Spain 6 - 0 Germany

November 17, 2020 2:45pmEstadio Olímpico de Sevilla (Sevilla)

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