When Is Spain vs Germany?Spain vs Germany will kick off at 7:45pm UK Time, on Tuesday 17th November 2020.
You can watch the game live on Sky Sports.
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Spain v Germany betting previewSpain need a win to reach next year’s finals as they trail their opponents by one point. The Spaniards wasted great opportunity a couple of days ago, winning only one point on the road against Switzerland and missing two penalty kicks (Sergio Ramos missed both). Prior to that they suffered a surprising defeat at the hands of Ukraine (1-0). La Roja are now 6/4 with STS to end their three match winless streak against Germany.
Germany lead Spain by just a single point going into this final group match as courtesy of a convincing 3-1 victory against a depleted Ukraine few days ago. They they only need a point away to Spain on Tuesday to secure top spot and advance to the finals. Joachim Low's men are currently on a 12-game unbeaten run stretching back to September 2019 and bookmakers are pricing them 37/19 (with VBet) to win in Spain.
Probable Line-upsAlvaro Morata is in contention to feature in an attacking spot. The likes of Mikel Oyarzabal, Adama Traore and Marco Asensio are expected to support the former Atletico Madrid striker. Luis Enrique is also likely to stick with Unai Simon between the sticks while Jesus Navas, Sergio Busquets, Ansu Fati and Jose Gaya are on the sidelines.
Spain (4-2-3-1): De Gea - Bellerin, Ramos (c), P. Torres, Gaya - Merino, Busquets - Oyarzabal, Torres, Asensio - Morata
Joachim Low is expected to keep alterations to a minimum. Toni Kroos is available after serving a suspension against Ukraine while Julian Brandt and Luca Waldschmidt are expected to be benched again despite a good performance when coming off from the benc last Saturday. As a result, Timo Werner will lead the line, flanked by Serge Gnabry and Leory Sane. At the back, Matthias Ginter may move inside from right-back. Experienced figures such as Joshua Kimmich, Julian Draxler and Emre Can are currently missing while centre-back Antonio Rudiger serves a one-game ban.
Germany (4-3-2-1): Neuer (c) - Ginter, Süle, Koch, Max - Gündogan, Kroos, Goretzka - Gnabry, Sane - Werner
Head To HeadThe last two meetings between the two nations have ended in a draw. Germany are having issues when it comes to defending - they failed to keep a single clean sheet in this competition in the last eight appearances. As a result, we believe Joachim Low's men will not win in Spain.
Our Spain v Germany Betting TipsThe last two meetings between the two nations have ended in a draw. Germany are having issues when it comes to defending - they failed to keep a single clean sheet in this competition in the last eight appearances. As a result, we believe Joachim Low's men will not win in Spain.
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