Spain vs. Germany: betting tips, predictions and where to watch the match LIVE

The excitement of Euro 2024 returns this Thursday, April 4.
But one specific duel will capture the attention of media and football fans around the world: Spain vs. Germany, which, according to some, are the teams in the best form of the competition.

“We have studied it and Spain has great wingers, Nico too. The full-backs will have a lot of work to do, but it is everyone’s job. Given his age, he has not played in major tournaments, but we will do our best to keep him on a short leash, “so he’s not free. It’s incredible that he’s a decisive player considering his age,” said Toni Kroos before this match against Spain.

Forks that Joselú, Kroos’ teammate at Real Madrid, assured that Spain will retire the German in this commitment by winning the key to Euro 2024.

Spain vs. Germany: where to watch LIVE and online

Starting at 11:00 a.m. (Colombian time) the ball will roll in the Mercedes-Benz Arena for this match between Spaniards and Germans. Those interested in this match will be able to watch it LIVE and online through the ESPN and Disney Plus signals, which are the channels authorized by UEFA. for the parties in Latin America.

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Spain vs. Germany at Euro 2024 //

Photos: AFP

Spain vs. Germany: betting tips and predictions

  • Spain’s victory: paid fee 2.70.
  • A tie: paid fee 3.50.
  • Germany’s victory: paid rate 2.88.
  • Over 8.5 corner kicks: paid share 1.63
  • Both teams to score: paid share 1.74.
  • Qualifying team: paid fee 1.95.

Spain vs. Germany: history between both teams

This crash is has won 26 times throughout history with a certain German ‘paternity’. The ‘Mannschaft’ has won on 9 occasions while the Iberian ‘La Roja’ has done so on 8, the rest have ended in a draw. As for the Euro, this will be the fourth duel in the competition, having only occurred in three editions: France 1984, Germany 1988 and Austria-Switzerland 2008.

Possible lineups

  • Spain: Unai Simón, Carvajal, Le Normand, Nacho, Cucurella, Rodri, Fabián, Pedri, Lamine Yamal, Morata and Nico Williams.
  • Germany: Neuer, Kimmich, Rüdiger, Schlotterbeck, Raum, Andrich, Kroos, Sané, Gündogan, Musiala, Havertz.
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