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Spain hold the edge in recent head-to-head records as they have won five of the last seven matches against France. Watch the UEFA Nations League final live!

The UEFA Nations League will crown a new champion Sunday as European superpowers Spain and France battle.

The French men’s national team has won just one of its last seven meetings with Spain and scored only twice in that time.

How to Watch Spain vs. France:

Game Date: Oct. 10, 2021

Game Time: 8:50 a.m. ET


Predicted line-ups

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Spain: Unai Simón; Azpilicueta, Laporte, Pau Torres, Alonso: Gavi, Busquets, Koke; Sarabia, Torres, Oyarzabal

France: Lloris; Koundé, Varane, L Hernández; Pavard, Tchouaméni, Pogba, T Hernández; Griezmann; Mbappé, Benzema

Reporters’ views

Graham Hunter, Spain reporter: Spain’s first senior final since UEFA EURO 2012 comes thanks to their most complete, thrilling display since those halcyon days. There are questions to answer, though. Which players are tired after a gargantuan effort against Italy? Gavi, barely 17, was magnificent, but does he start the final? Can Ferran Torres recover from the knocks that forced him off early in the second half?

La Roja’s appetite, ability and faith in Luis Enrique’s playing philosophy make them deserving and attractive finalists.

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David Crossan, France reporter: Against a Spain side that dazzled in the first 45 minutes against Italy, Les Bleus cannot afford to play the way they did in the first half against Belgium. However, should Didier Deschamps’ team carry on where they left off against the Belgians then it’s Spain who will have cause for concern.

Kylian Mbappé, Karim Benzema and Antoine Griezmann have begun to click and that spells danger. Even so, France are still getting accustomed to a 3-4-1-2 system which requires some further balancing, and midfielder N’Golo Kanté’s absence through illness was keenly felt on Thursday.

View from the camps

Luis Enrique, Spain coach: “Look at France’s squad, and their starting XI; they play for top clubs and they are stand-out players: the best squad in the world. The three players they have up front are superb and capable of turning any game. But we won’t change anything about our attitude or our ideas. We played and beat the best team from the EURO and what better now than to play the reigning world champions? I want to win a national title with Spain, that’s something the majority of us have not done. A reminder of how it feels to win a tournament would be good for everyone involved.”

Enrique: ‘We have a real chance’

Didier Deschamps, France coach: “It’s impossible to deprive Spain of the ball. It’s in their DNA to have the majority of possession. You can press but not just any old how. They’re capable of passing the ball out even under pressure. They also pressed Italy very well when they lost the ball. The best tonic is winning. The evening after the semi-final there was a lot of joy and happiness and it meant there was a lighter mood the next day. It gives everyone confidence. Spain have maintained the quality of their play. We have more experience but that gives us no guarantees. We’ll need to have all the right ingredients in order to go out there and claim the trophy.”

e travels to Milan having pulled off a comeback against Belgium to reach the final, winning 3–2 in Turin on Thursday despite trailing by two at halftime.

Karim Benzema and Kylian Mbappe scored within minutes of one another to level the score in the second half, and Theo Hernandez came up with his first international goal at the end of the match to secure the win.

France enters Sunday’s final looking for its first competitive win over Spain since the 2006 World Cup.

Spain held Italy at bay long enough to triumph 2–1 at the San Siro on Wednesday. Manchester City forward Ferran Torres scored a first-half brace to lead the team in the win and end Italy’s 37-match unbeaten streak.

France’s recent back-to-back wins came after they drew five games in a row, including the 3–3 result with Switzerland that resulted in their Euro 2020 exit.

Barcelona’s Gavi was a surprising inclusion in Spain’s midfield for the win over Italy and will hope to retain his place, while Torres’s status is up in the air after he limped out of that game.