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Spain vs England UEFA Euro 2024 Final Match Preview, Head-to-head, Possible Lineups and Fantasy XI Prediction

Read the full match preview, head-to-head stats, possible starting lineups, and Fantasy XI Prediction of Spain vs England UEFA Euro 2024 Final at the Olympiastadion Berlin in Germany on 15th July, Monday.

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Spain vs England UEFA Euro 2024 Final Match Preview

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Luis de la Fuente's Spain will face Gareth Southgate's England in the UEFA Euro 2024 Final match at the Olympiastadion Berlin, Germany on 15th July, Monday. England have some world-class players in their squads but haven't played attacking football throughout the campaign. On the other side, Spain looks like a far more stable team. They knocked out France in the Semi-Final while Jude Bellingham's side beat the Dutches in the Semi-Final. From possible starting XIs to Fantasy predictions, here is everything you need to know about the Spain vs England Final match in the UEFA Euro 2024.

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Match Details

  • Match: Spain vs England - UEFA Euro 2024 Final

  • Date: 15/7/2024

  • Time: 12:30 am (IST)

  • Venue: Olympiastadion Berlin, Germany

Spain vs England UEFA Euro 2024 Final Venue

How to watch the Spain vs England UEFA Euro 2024 Final match?

The Live streaming of the Semi-Final match between Spain and England will be on the Sony Liv app. The Spain vs England football match will also be telecast live on India's Sony Sports TV network.

Spain vs England: Head-to-Head stats

Spain and England have played 27 games against each other. England have a lead, winning on 14 occasions while Spain have won 10 clashes against the Three Lions. The other 3 matches have ended in a draw.

  • Matches Played: 27
  • Spain won: 10
  • England won: 14
  • Draws: 3

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Team News

Spain

Spain will get a huge boost for the final with Robin Le Normand and Dani Carvajal returning from suspension. They will be starting in place of Nacho Fernandez and Jesus Navas. Nacho and Navas both played with their hearts out against France but Carvajal and Le Normand are the sure starters.

The reports of Alvaro Morata picking up his second yellow card of the tournament in the 2-1 extra-time win over hosts Germany in the quarter-finals proved false but, Spain were handed an injury scare over Morata. When a security guard slipped and crashed into his knee during the post-match celebrations, it seemed like he had sustained an injury.

But, De La Fuente said that Morata would be fit and would start the game. Unai Simon has been a wall at the goal and Laporte has also performed consistently throughout the tournament. Olmo is one of the best players in the tournament and he will start with Rodri and Ruiz in the midfield.

Williams and Yamal who will turn 17 before the final will start in the wing. Yamal became the youngest scorer in the history of the Euros when he scored a sensational goal outside the box against France in the semi-final. He will try to carry on his performance in the final too.

Lamine Yamal in the practice

England

Southgate is relying on a 3-4-2-1 system for England and is expected to do the same against Spain in the Final. Luke Shaw is fit and will try everything to start ahead of Kieran Trippier in the Final. After coming off the bench in the last two games and replacing Trippier at half-time in Dortmund, the Manchester United defender has looked very good.

Watkins scored the winner in the semi-final and would like to start ahead of Harry Kane but it will most likely not happen. Kane has been a disappointment for much of the tournament despite scoring three goals. He hasn't played his best game so Southgate should think twice before starting him on Monday.

Manchester United's young talent Kobbie Mainoo is giving nightmares to every opposition midfielder right now. Rodri has already faced Mainoo a couple of times and he knows what the 19-year-old can do. Foden also hasn't impressed the fans but is a big player and is expected to step up. Saka and Rice are having a good tournament and they would like to carry on those performances in the Final. 

England celebrate after their semi-final victory

Possible XIs

Spain's possible starting lineup:

Simon; Carvajal, Le Normand, Laporte, Cucurella; Olmo, Rodri, Ruiz: Yamal, Morata, Williams

England's possible starting lineup:

Pickford; Walker, Guehi, Stones, Trippier; Bellingham, Mainoo, Rice; Foden, Kane, Saka

Spain vs England: Fantasy XI Prediction

Unai Simon; Dani Carvajal, Aymeric Laporte, John Stones, Cucurella; Kobbie Mainoo, Rodri, Jude Bellingham; Lamine Yamal, Dani Olmo, Bukayo Saka

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