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Spain vs Poland live stream: How to watch Euros online

By Mohamed Moallim

Spain vs Poland live stream: How to watch Euros online

Published: 14:29, 19 June 2021

Spain and Poland meet for the first time at a major international tournament in Seville on Saturday evening (20:00 UK time).

Both sides have begun Euro 2020 on the backfoot with La Roja playing out a goalless draw against Sweden while Paulo Sousa’s men suffered a humbling 2-1 loss to Slovakia.


How to live stream Spain vs Poland:

US ONLY: Fubo* are streaming a selection of Euro 2020 fixtures live for account holders. Those without a Fubo account already can take advantage of their seven-day free trial by following the simple steps below.

  1. Click on this link.
  2. Click ‘Start Your Free Trial’ and enter your details.
  3. Log in and pick your desired channel to watch.

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Where to watch Spain vs Poland on TV:

  • UK: BBC One
  • US: ABC

Scoreline prediction: Spain 2-1 Poland

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Spain vs Poland build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

There were no fewer than 17 attempted shots on Sweden’s goal by Spain in their opening Euro 2020 fixture. But from those efforts, just five went on target. As expected La Roja dominated possession (85.1%) – which is the highest such total for a European Championship game since 1980 – though Enrique’s men’s lack of cutting edge in the final has given some observers pause for concern.

While the Spanish were struggling to break down Sweden, the group’s dark horses, Poland, fell to a humbling 2-1 loss against Slovakia and subsequently became the second nation to score an own-goal (Wojciech Szczesny) and have a player dismissed (Grzegorz Krychowiak) in a single European Championship game after Czechoslovakia against the Netherlands in 1976.

  • Spain (vs Sweden): Simón; Llorente, P. Torres, Laporte, Alba; Rodri, Koke, Pedri; F. Torres, Morata, Olmo.
  • Poland (vs Slovakia): Szczesny; Bereszynski, Bednarek, Glik; Jozwiak, Klich, Linetty, Krychowiak*, Rybus; Zielinski, Lewandowski.

La Roja are expected to still be without captain Sergio Busquets even though he’s rejoined Enrique’s squad after sitting out their opening game through illness. As for Poland, former Sevilla player Grzegorz Krychowiak is ruled out after becoming the first player at Euro 2020 to see red.

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Players to watch:

Spain: “Yes, he will start,” Spain boss Luis Enrique said ahead of their showdown with Poland. “I want him to continue doing the same, to continue to contribute what he contributes in attack and defence. Tomorrow we will play with Morata and 10 more.” A huge vote of confidence in a marksman who looked off the pace against Sweden last time out. Álvaro Morata came under intense criticism after missing a number of golden opportunities, which led to calls for Villarreal striker Gerard Moreno getting a run-out on matchday two. In his last four international appearances, totalling 315 minutes, Morata has failed to find the net and this could very well be a last-chance saloon scenario especially if Spain were to drop more points.

Poland: A striker is only as good as those supplying him. It’s no surprise to see Robert Lewandowski score for pleasure in a Bayern jersey when you see the abundance of creative players around him. Poland managed to produce 14 chances against Slovakia with Napoli forward Piotr Zielinski (4) leading the way. He’s expected to play another pivotal role. In 47 previous outings alongside the aforementioned Lewandowski, he’s teed him up on three occasions with the last coming during a Uefa Nations League fixture against Italy in 2018.