Portugal meet Spain in an international friendly on Wednesday evening, with both sides using the game as preparation for their key upcoming UEFA Nations League fixtures as Peter Lynch brings you the latest live streaming news.
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What TV Channel is Portugal v Spain on?
The match is being shown live on Bet365‘s live streaming service in the UK, which is available to watch through their website tonight.
What time does Portugal v Spain match kickoff?
The match kicks off at 19:45PM at Estadio Jose Alvalade on Wednesday 7th October 2020.
Lisbon’s Estadio Jose Alvalade hosts the highly-anticipated encounter, with the nations last coming together in the group stages at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
It was Sochi that played host to that thrilling battle, where Cristiano Ronaldo stole the headlines with a stunning hat-trick in the 3-3 draw.
He twice put his country in front, only to be pegged back on both occasions by Diego Costa. A fantastic strike from Nacho then put Spain in front for the first time, but Ronaldo had the last laugh as his phenomenal free-kick secured a point in the 88th minute.
Aside from their previous meeting, the pair head into the match in fine form.
The home side have nine wins from their last ten, with their opponents unbeaten in their last 13 games.
Unsurprisingly, bookies cannot separate the sides, with both available at 8/5 to win the game.
Another draw can be backed at 12/5.
And another 3-3 thriller has been given odds of 40/1.
Either nation to win and both teams to score is currently 4/1, with a draw and both teams to score available at 10/3.
Despite the friendly nature of the meeting, it’s a hugely important period for both countries ahead of their tricky Nations League matches that follow.
Portugal arguably have the tougher schedule as they travel to France then host Sweden in Group A3.
Spain meanwhile meet Switzerland and Ukraine in Group A4.
Both sit top of their respective groups after two games, and so will be keen to continue their impressive run in the competition.
Portugal have relied heavily on star player Ronaldo in their recent fixtures, with Spain looking to captain Sergio Ramos and teenage sensation Ansu Fait for their inspiration.
The hat-trick hero of last time out, Ronaldo will once again be the dangerman for the hosts. But 17-year-old Fati may just be the main attraction on Wednesday.
The Barcelona youngster capped his first international start with a goal in the win against Ukraine, becoming the country’s youngest ever goalscorer in the process.