UEFA Euro 2024 Match Preview, Odds Lineup, Live Streaming, and Head to Head

The UEFA Euro 2024 quarter-finals will kick off with a blockbuster clash between the formidable Spanish side and the hosts, Germany. The two nations have undoubtedly been the most consistent and the best competitors in the ongoing European Championship. Unfortunately, Stuttgart will prove to be the end of the road for one of them.

Spain’s last ever defeat in a competitive international encounter came back in March 2023 against Scotland. Since he took over the managerial job, Luis de la Fuente has transformed the Spanish team with a breath of fresh air. All eyes will once again be on his two wingers, Nico Williams and Lamine Yamal, who have so far lit up the competition with their impressive speed and skills.

The Germans are unbeaten in their last eight outings. Die Mannschaft started Euro 2024 with a statement 5-1 win over Scotland but witnessed a dip in the screens in the remaining group games. However, a 2-0 win in the round of 16 against Denmark restored confidence in Germany’s national team. Julian Nagelsmann’s team will have the support of the home crowd, which he will hope will be a key factor in dealing with the Spanish threat.

Spain vs Germany: Likely line-ups

Nacho Fernandez has been declared fit but unlikely to make the starting eleven over the likes of Aymeric Laporte. Elsewhere, too, de la Fuente is not expected to touch his lineup, which oversaw the 4-1 glory over Georgia. There were doubts over Barcelona’s selection of Pedri, but it would be a huge surprise if the 21-year-old fails to make the starting line-up.

For Julian Nagelsmann, the biggest headache will be around whether to select the returning Jonathan Tah or continue with Nico Schlotterbeck, who had a magnificent performance against Denmark. Leroy Sane is likely to overtake Florian Wirtz in the pecking order once again. Despite his critics, Kai Havertz will not be dropped by Nagelsmann. Toni Kroos will be hoping to shine again as he continues to count down the days before his professional football career comes to an end.

Spain’s likely line-up: Simon; Carvajal, Le Normand, Laporte, Cucurella; Pedri, Rodri, Ruiz; Yamal, Morata, Williams

Germany’s likely line-up: Neuer; Kimmich, Rudiger, Schlotterbeck, Raum; Andrich, Kroos, Gundogan; Hello, Musiala; Havertz

Spain vs Germany: head-to-head record

Last Five Meetings result
Spain was equal with Germany 1-1
Spain defeated Germany 6-0
Germany matched Spain 1-1
Germany matched Spain 1-1
Spain lost to Germany 0-1

Spain vs Germany: Details in Live Streaming

The battle between Spain and Germany will be hosted by Stuttgart at the Stuttgart Arena at 12:00 EDT (18:00 CEST). The match will be broadcast live on RTVE in Spain and on ARD and Magenta Sport in Germany. Meanwhile, in the US, Fox Sports has the official rights to broadcast the 2024 UEFA Euro Cup.

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