Spain visit Portugal in a winner-takes-all clash to decide which of the Iberian neighbours will reach next years UEFA Nations League Finals. Fernando Santos' Portugal need only avoid defeat to secure a second finals appearances in three tournaments, while Luis Enrique knows his Spain side must win if la Roja are to reach a second successive finals appearance. This clash between two international heavyweights is not to be missed, with World Cup form also up for grabs. Make sure you know how to watch a Portugal vs Spain live stream today for free wherever you are.
The teams are in and Portugal start with their big hitters. That means Cristiano Ronaldo, Bernardo Silva, Diogo Jota and Bruno Fernandes are all in from the off in an attacking lineup from Fernando Santos. Manchester City pair Ruben Dias and Joao Cancelo also return to the back four.
For Spain, Alvaro Morata gets the nod up front, with Ferran Torres to his right and Pablo Sarabia to his left in Luis Enrique's fluid front three. There are three changes in midfield as Koke, Rodri and Carlos Soler come in for Sergio Busquets, Pedri and Gavi. Dani Carvajal gets the nod at right-back.
Portugal have one of the richest attacks in international football, with Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Fernandes, Diogo Jota, Joao Felix, Bernardo Silva and Rafael Leao all competing for as few as three starting spots. A late equaliser from Ricardo Horta in the reverse meeting with Spain was enough to record a draw in Seville back in June.
Missing a few first-team players through injury, Spain fell to a surprise 2-1 defeat against Switzerland on Saturday. Though Marco Asensio and Jordi Alba combined well for la Roja's goal in that loss, the Real Madrid and Barcelona players' plight is indicative of Luis Enrique's current problems – that Clasico pair join Ferran Torres and even Dani Carvajal in lacking minutes for their clubs, despite being regulars for their country. Midfield three Sergio Busquets, Gavi and Pedri, however, form an in-form Barça unit that boss Enrique will look to base his team around.
The match kicks off at 7.45pm BST today, Tuesday 27th June at the Estadio Municipal de Braga in Portugal. Follow our guide on how to watch a Portugal vs Spain live stream for free from wherever you are in the world.
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UEFA Nations League football fans in the US can watch a Portugal vs Spain live stream for free on Fubo Sports Network.
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Premier Sports has the rights to many of the biggest UEFA Nations League games, including Tuesday evening's clash between Portugal and Spain in Braga, which will be shown on sister channel Box Nation.
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Australia: Portugal vs Spain live stream
If you're in Australia, local streaming service Optus Sport will provide live coverage of the UEFA Nations League, including Portugal vs Spain, for just AU$14.99 per month or AU$68 a month. The service also serves up live Premier League football every weekend, so it's a great option for soccer fans down under.
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UEFA Nations League fixtures - Matchday 6
All games kick off at 7:45pm BST unless otherwise stated
Monday 26th September
Gibraltar vs Georgia
North Macedonia vs Bulgaria
San Marino vs Estonia
England vs Germany
Hungary vs Italy
Montenegro vs Finland
Romania vs Bosnia-Herzegovina
Tuesday 27th September
Greece vs Northern Ireland
Kosovo vs Cyprus
Portugal vs Spain
Switzerland vs Czech Republic
Republic of Ireland vs Armenia
Ukraine vs Scotland
Albania vs Iceland
Norway vs Serbia
Sweden vs Slovenia