Nations League final prediction, kick-off time, TV, live broadcast, team news, h2h results, odds – .

Nations League final prediction, kick-off time, TV, live broadcast, team news, h2h results, odds – .

The two nations will face off for glory in Milan in the second edition of the UEFA competition after both winning an exciting pair of four matches.

A brace from Manchester City’s Ferran Torres saw Spain end the record 37-game unbeaten game for defending European champions Italy on Wednesday night at San Siro.

24 hours later, Theo Hernandez pulled off a spectacular timeout to cap an incredible second-half riposte as the reigning world champions stunned No.1-ranked Belgium in Turin.

It was exactly the kind of boost France needed after their hugely disappointing Euro 2020 campaign and a few disappointing World Cup qualifying draws, while Spain will be keen to claim more silverware to overcome his very first semi-final loss of the summer.

Kick-off date, time and location

Spain v France is scheduled to kick off at 7.45 p.m. BST on Sunday, October 10, 2021.
The match will take place at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy.

Where to watch Spain vs France

TV channel: Sunday’s final will be televised live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football, with coverage starting at 7:30 p.m.
Direct: Sky Sports subscribers will also be able to watch the match online through the Sky Go app.
You can also follow all the action with Standard Sport’s LIVE match blog.

The news of the Spain team vs France

Ferran Torres was injured after his first-half brace against Italy at 10, but expects to be fit for Sunday’s final.
However, Spain boss Luis Enrique made a more cautious note, saying: “I don’t know how Ferran will be.
“He had a blow in the first half and another in the second half, so we decided not to take any chances. ”
France appear to have suffered no further injuries in this epic clash with Belgium, with Kylian Mbappe returning to form after missing last month’s 2-0 win over Finland.
Match winner Theo Hernandez and his brother Lucas also became the first siblings to line up for the Blues since Patrick and Hervé Revelli in 1974.
Goalkeepers: David de Gea (Man. United), Robert Sánchez (Brighton), Unai Simón (Athletic)
Defenders: Marcos Alonso (Chelsea), César Azpilicueta (Chelsea), Eric García (Barcelona), Aymeric Laporte (Man. City), Iñigo Martínez (Athletic), Pedro Porro (Sporting CP), Sergio Reguilón (Tottenham), Pau Torres ( Villarréal)


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