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Spain v Germany live stream and kick-off time: How to watch winner-takes-all Nations League tie tonight

The big clash for the neutrals on Tuesday night sees Spain host Germany in the Nations League. At the weekend, Jogi Low's team beat Ukraine 3-1 while Spain drew 1-1 with Switzerland, leaving Germany top of the group by a point heading into this final game. When the two nations clashed in September, the match ended in a 1-1 draw after Jose Gaya scored a last-minute equaliser, following Timo Werner's opener. Germany must simply avoid defeat to top the group and book their place in the Nations League finals. The game will be shown live on Sky Sports Football.

Subscribers can watch the game via the Sky Go app. Germany have a long list of absentees, with Antonio Rudiger suspended and joining Mats Hummels and Emre Can on the line of missing defenders. ESP: Simon; Roberto, Ramos, P Torres, Reguilon; Rodri, Merino, Canales; Adama, Morata, Oyarzabal GER: Neuer; Ginter, Sule, Koch, Max; Kroos, Goretzka, Gundogan; Sane, Gnabry, Werner European heavyweights Spain and Germany go head-to-head in the UEFA Nations League tonight GETTY 2 Timo Werner's Germany take on Spain in a winner-takes-all Nations League tie tonight Germany beat Ukraine 3-1 over the weekend while Spain could only manage a 1-1 draw away to Switzerland. It will be winner takes all in tonight's clash as both teams look to reach the Nations League finals next October. Spain v Germany: Date and kick-off time This Nations League Group A4 tie will be held at the Estadio La Cartuja in Sevilla on Tuesday, November 17 and will kick-off at 7:45pm UK time.

Spain have not beaten Germany since their 1-0 success in the semi-finals of the 2010 World Cup. They went on to win that tournament. Spain v Germany: TV channel and live stream This match will be shown on Sky Sports Football from 7:40pm. Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices. getty 2 Sergio Ramos' Spain must beat Germany to reach the UEFA Nations League Finals Spain v Germany: Team news With just a single point separating the two sides, second placed Spain host first placed Germany in a battle for top spot in Nation League Group A4. Spain managed to grab a last-gasp equaliser five minutes into stoppage time to earn a point in the 1-1 reverse fixture stalemate in Berlin back in September, and an equally tight game is expected tonight.

Read on for your full guide to getting a Spain vs Germany live stream in the Nations League, no matter where in the world you are. Spain vs Germany live stream Kick-off for Spain vs Germany at the Estadio Olímpico de Sevilla in Sevilla is scheduled for 8.45pm local time (CET), which is 7.45pm GMT. Full TV and streaming options are below, and you can get out to an early lead by netting a good VPN, which will let you watch you preferred Nations League live stream from anywhere in the world. Luis Enrique's side will need to give a better account of themselves than they did at on Saturday night, having struggled to match Switzerland in Basel after scraping a 1-1 draw thanks to Gerard Moreno's 89th-minute leveller. That match saw the normally ultra-reliable penalty king Sergio Ramos miss two spot kicks and the record cap, and the new record holder for most caps for La Roja will be intent on making sure the blame for his side's failure to win the group won't rest on his shoulders.

Much like Spain, Germany have at times made hard work of things during this Nations League campaign, having won just two of their five matches, but Saturday's 3-1 home victory over Ukraine now puts them in the driving seat in the group. Moreno's goal-scoring heroics from the bench against Switzerland could earn him a starting role here, while Juventus loanee Alvaro Morata is also in contention for a spot in the first eleven. Follow our guide below for all the ways to watch Spain vs Germany online and get a Nations League live stream wherever you are right now. More sport: how to watch a NFL live stream from anywhere How to watch Spain vs Germany from outside your country For those looking to watch the game in the UK, US, Australia, Canada and New Zealand, we've got your viewing options listed out below. But if you're out of the country for today's match are worried that you'll miss the Spain vs Germany game, don't sweat it. Use a VPN to watch Nations League football online from anywhere How to watch Spain vs Germany live stream in the UK Sky has the exclusive rights for the 2020/21 UEFA Nations League in the UK, with Spain vs Germany set to be shown on Sky Sports Football. If you're a subscriber you can enjoy the games on your TV or on the Sky Go app for your mobile device. Spain vs Germany live stream: how to watch Nations League soccer online in the US If you're in the US, ESPN and Spanish-language channel TUDN (formerly Univision Deportes Network) have the rights to show the Spain vs Germany Nations League clash in the US, which kicks off at 2.45pm ET/11.45am PT. The game will instead be shown on the sports network's streaming service ESPN+. How to watch a Spain vs Germany live stream in Australia Having snapped up the rights to the Nations League, you'll need to tune in to Optus Sport to watch live coverage of Spain vs Germany in the Nations League if you're down under. Can you live stream Spain vs Germany in Canada? The bad news for Canadian footy fans is that no broadcaster in the region currently has the rights to show the UEFA Nations League in the region. How to live stream Spain vs Germany in New Zealand SPAIN thrashed Germany thanks to a brilliant hat-trick from Ferran Torres to book their place in next year's UEFA Nations League finals. Score: Spain 6-0 Germany Spain Vs Germany Live Streaming: When And Where To Watch Blockbuster UEFA Nations League Match World champions France have already qualified for the 2021 UEFA Nations League Finals, but the defending European champions Portugal have been knocked out, and on Tuesday night, former FIFA World Cup winners Germany and Spain fight for a semi-finals spot. Four-time World Cup winners Germany are currently top of League A Group 4 with nine points, while Spain, the 2010 World Cup champions, are second with eight points. Spain wasted a brilliant chance to take charge of the group after playing out a 1-1 draw with Switzerland in Basel. And Spain are on a three-game winless run--a defeat 0-1 defeat to Ukraine, followed by a 1-1 draw with the Netherlands, before the debacle in Basel. Spain - Simon; Roberto, Ramos, Torres, Reguilon; Busquets, Merino, Ruiz; Oyarzabal, Morata, Moreno. Germany - Neuer; Ginter, Sule, Rudiger, Max; Gundogan, Kroos, Goretzka; Werner, Gnabry, Sane.