UEFA Euro Qualifiers - How to watch Spain vs Romania on November 18, 2019

What has been Spain and Romania's form in the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers?

Spain will try to end the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers unbeaten, as currently their record shows seven wins and two draws. Spain enters this clash fresh after a 7-0 win against Malta, which saw seven different Spaniards finding the back of the net.

Romania saw a three-match streak without a loss come to an end last time out, when they dropped the ball at home against Sweden, who beat them 2-0. So far, Romania has won four games, with two draws and three losses. Their spot in Group F may still give them a chance to make the 24 teams that will play in the 2020 UEFA Euro.

What is Spain and Romania's position in Group F of the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers?

Spain is the top team in this group with 23 points, and Robert Moreno's men have already secured the top spot, which may see the boss giving a chance to those players that have not featured frequently for La Roja. Players such as Pau López, Pau Torres, Dani Olmo and Gerard could get a shot at making the starting lineup for this game.

Romania is currently third in Group F, with no chance of making the top two spots. Romania must keep a healthy goal difference due to their tie in points with Norway, since both sides have 14 points at the moment.

Spain vs Romania - Head to head

  • This will be the 17th game between these teams, including competitive fixtures and friendly games.

  • Spain has claimed six wins against Romania.

  • Sweden has been able to beat Spain four times.

  • The reverse fixture between Spain and Romania in these qualifiers ended with a 2-1 win for La Roja.

  • Romania's last win against Spain took place in a 2016 friendly. The Romanian side took home that win with a 1-0 score.

Spain vs Romania - Who's in and who's out?

Spain's coach Robert Moreno will not have some top-notch names around for this game, as he decided to leave Isco, Dani Parejo and Sergi Roberto out of the squad. Furthermore, strikers Adama Traoré and Rodrigo picked up injuries before the game against Malta, which forced the coach to leave them out of the clash against Romania.

Romania will try to win their last clash of the Qualifiers without striker Florin Andone, one of the key men for coach Cosmin Contra. Andone picked up an injury against Sweden, which will prevent him from playing the last game of this competition.

Broadcast info - Spain vs Romania

In Spain: TVE La 1, fuboTV España.

In Romania: Pro TV.

In the U.K.: SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Football.

In France: L'Equipe Web, Molotov, L'Equipe.

In Germany: DAZN Germany.

In the U.S.: ESPN3, TUDN en Vivo, UniMás, TUDN USA, Univision NOW.

In Mexico: Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Sky HD.

Spain vs Romania Broadcast Information

Kick-off time: Monday 18 November 2:45pm ET / 7:45pm GMT / 8:45pm CET
Stadium: Estadio Wanda Metropolitano (Madrid)
Australia: Optus Sport
France: Molotov, L'Equipe Web, L'Equipe
Germany: DAZN Germany
India: Sony LIV
Indonesia: Mola TV
Netherlands: Ziggo Sport Voetbal
Nigeria: SuperSport 3 Africa, DStv Now, SuperSport 10 Africa, SL2G
Portugal: Sport TV LIVE, Sport TV1
Romania: Pro TV
Spain: TVE La 1, fuboTV España
Turkey: S Sport+
United Kingdom: Sky Go UK, NOW TV, Sky Sports Football, SKY GO Extra
United States: TUDN en Vivo, UniMás, TUDN USA, ESPN App, fuboTV, Univision NOW, ESPN3

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