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How to watch the UEFA European Championship Qualifiers match between Spain and Georgia, as well as kick-off time and team news.
Spain and Georgia face off in the final Group A Euro 2024 Qualifying fixture for both sides with the former leading the table while the latter seeded at the fourth position.
Spain brushed aside Georgia in the reverse fixture as Alvaro Morata thundered a hattrick past the European side with Lamine Yamal scoring his first Spanish goal and wrapping up a brilliant victory. With 18 points from seven games, La Furia Roja are touted to finish at the pinnacle of Group A and a victory on Sunday could seal their position ahead of Scotland.
Georgia will be looking to go better than their previous Euro qualifying campaign with an upset on Sunday as they have managed just eight points in Group A. While their two victories have come against a winless Cyprus side, draws against Norway and Scotland will give the visitors a host of confidence as they look to avenge their shambolic 7-1 routing in Spain's backyard.
Here, GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.Spain vs Georgia kick-off time
Spain and Georgia will cross swords at the Estadio Municipal José Zorrilla with kick-off scheduled at 2:45 pm ET / 11:45 am PT for the fans in the USA.How to watch Spain vs Georgia online - TV channels & live streams
The match will be available to stream on Fubo TV with live updates on GOAL's Live Match Centre.Team news & squadsSpain team news
Manchester City's headline midfielder Rodri was rested in Spain's encounter against Cyprus after reporting discomfort in training and the veteran is touted to be rested again alongside left-back Jose Gaya who is sidelined with a knee injury.
Real Sociedad legend Mikel Oyarzabal suffered a hamstring injury against Cyprus leading to an early return to his Spanish side.
Barcelona duo of Pedri and Alejandro Balde are ruled out alongside their former teammate Ansu Fati. Los Blancos shot stopper Kepa Arrizabalaga is doubtful with Marco Asensio and Aymeric Laporte tipped to sit out of the fixture.
Alvaro Morata will once again be licking his lips against a side he bashed a hattrick while Barcelona forward Ferran Torres and Basque winger Nico Williams will shoulder the goal scoring responsibility for Spain.
Lamine Yamal added to his tally with his second goal for the national side against Cyprus and the La Masia product will be vying to come off the bench and score another goal for his nation.
Spain Predicted XI: Simon; Carvajal, Le Normand, Torres, Grimaldo; Merino, Zubimendi, Ruiz; Torres, Morata, WilliamsGeorgia team news
Gabriel Sigua is an injury concern for the visitors with the young Basel midfielder nursing a knock while the duo of Levan Shengelia and Luka Lochoshvili are also tipped to miss the fixture with injuries.
Without a doubt, Napoli's superstar Khvicha Kvaratskhelia will hold key for Georgia as the goalscoring machine will be vying to create havoc in the opposing defense.
Georgia Predicted XI: Mamardashvili; Gocholeishvili, Kashia, Kvirkvelia, Kalandadze, Azarovi; Kvekveskiri, Chakvetadze, Kochorashvili; Mikautadze, KvaratskheliaHead-to-Head RecordUseful linksSpain pageGeorgia pageFootball on TV in the USUEFA Euro Qualifiers MatchesUEFA Euro Qualifiers StandingsUEFA Euro Qualifiers News
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