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

The UEFA Euro 2024 semi-finals will kick off with a blockbuster clash between Spain and France in Munich. The Spanish have won their last seven outings while the French are unbeaten in eight matches. Fireworks are guaranteed as some of the biggest names in the sport will take the field to lead their respective nations to Berlin to contest the final.

Spain has undoubtedly been the most consistent nation in the European Championship so far. Luis de la Fuente’s side are the only team to win all their games in the competition. Along with the efficiency, Spain was also able to implement an attractive and fast style to their game. The Red is on track to win the European title for an unprecedented fourth time.

France, on the other hand, could only grind out results in their run. Incredibly, the French haven’t scored a goal from open play so far but that won’t worry Didier Deschamps much. His backline stepped up and prevented some of the biggest attackers in Europe from finding the groove. Deschamps will be content to witness continued stability at the expense of more attractive football.

Spain vs France: Likely line-ups

Spain’s extra time win against Germany came at a huge cost in terms of personnel for the semi-final. Barcelona Pedri had to be replaced in the early minutes after coming on with Toni Kroos. Dani Carvajal received a red card and will be out due to suspension. Robin Le Normand will also have to sit out due to the accumulation of too many yellow cards.

France will probably enter with the same form that played the 120 minutes against Portugal. Eduardo Camavinga may lose his starting spot to the returning Adrien Rabiot, despite his stunning performance in the quarter-finals. There has been talk of Kylian Mbappe taking on a substitute role due to his physical ailments, but the French captain should be in Didier Deschamps’ starting line-up.

Spain’s likely line-up: Simon; Navas, Nacho, Laporte, Cucurella; Olmo, Rodri, Ruiz; Yamal, Morata, Williams

France’s likely line-up: Maignan; Kounde, Saliba, Upamecano, Hernandez; Kante, Tchouameni, Rabiot, Griezmann; Kolo Muani, Mbappe

Spain vs France: head-to-head record

Last Five Meetings result
Spain lost to France 1-2
France lost to Spain 0-2
France defeated Spain 1-0
France lost to Spain 0-1
Spain was equal with France 1-1

Spain vs France: Details in live streaming

Allianz Arena will host the highly anticipated battle between Spain and France at 15:00 EDT (21:00 CEST). beIN Sports will broadcast the match for viewers in France while RTVE will do the same in Spain. In the United States, Fox Sports holds the rights to broadcast the match live.

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