Saturday, 20 January 2018

Spain vs Portugal Live Stream

Another big game in FIFA World Cup 2018. Spain will face Portugal today. On a World Cup stage, there are not too many matches which have as much of a history as Spain vs. Portugal.  Both teams are among the most powerful football teams in the world and have a fierce rivalry which is known to the football world as The Iberian War or Iberian Derby.

The two teams have faced off 36 times on the football pitch, out of which 18 times Spain has been victorious, 12 matches have been drawn, and Portugal emerged victorious 6 times. However, the latter has risen significantly on the international arena over the last 20 odd years, and under the leadership of Christian Ronaldo, they are rated as one of the top teams in the world now.

The last time these two teams met on the World Cup stage was during the pre-quarterfinal of 2010 World Cup. That match was won by Spain courtesy a solitary 63rd-minute goal by David Villa, which led to a lot of controversies later on as it was a goal from offside (highlighted by ESPN).

Irrespective of the controversy clouds, Spain went on to win their maiden World Cup title that year. However, under the leadership of Christian Ronaldo, Portugal are on a resurgence, and they also won the UEFA Champions Trophy in 2016. The history and the current form of both the teams assures one thing that this is going to be one match that football lovers from all over the world will be keenly watching.



Watch Spain vs Portugal Online


The matches are being played in Russia, and you might be in a time zone which could make the match’s telecast timing clash with your work time or any activity which would compel you to stay away from a television. However, you need not worry about all of that as the game is going to be streamed online by various channels catering to local languages of various regions according to the telecast rights.

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Spain vs Portugal Live Stream Options


It is not possible for most of the streaming channels to provide a match’s feed without a lot of breaks. The amount of traffic received by a channel can also make an impact on the streaming quality of a broadcaster which could lead to the video quality going down or there is a problem with the audio feed. We have identified the best possible links where you can comfortably watch the Spain Vs Portugal match online in best quality.

Link 1: TBA
Link 2: TBA

The live streaming links will be updated a short while before the start of the match. We request you to tune in early to enjoy the live streaming of the match.

Telecast Channels


The telecast rights of Spain Vs Portugal are held by different broadcasting networks across regions. According to your location, you can choose to watch the game on the respective TV channel.

Caribbean Countries/Territories – DirecTV
Indian Sub-continent – Sony Pictures Networks
The Middle East and North Africa Countries – beIN Sports
Oceania Countries/Territories – Sky Pacific
Sub-Saharan Africa Countries РKwesé Sports, SuperSport, StarTimes, Canal+
Uruguay – Monte Carlo, Canal 10, Teledoce, TyC, DirecTV

The Iberian Derby, i.e., Spain Vs Portugal will be the Match number 4 of FIFA World Cup 2018, and it will be played on 15th June 2018. BBC will be doing the English telecast of the match. The details about the match’s city, venue and time are shared below:


City, VenueAnd Time


Match: Spain Vs Portugal
Date: 15th June 2018 (Friday)
Venue: Fisht Stadium, Sochi
Competition: FIFA World Cup 2018
Kickoff time: 9 PM Local Time

Predictions and Line-Ups


This is the premium match of Group B which will be played between two teams with a long history of football rivalry. While a rejuvenated Portugal team would like to start its World Cup campaign beating their mighty European rivals, the history favors Spaniards. In any case, both these teams are expected to advance to the next stage as the other two teams in their group are Morocco and Iran.

Prediction


Spain 1 Portugal 0

The starting lineup for the two countries might be:

Spain: - Sergio Ramos (Captain), David De Gea, Gerard Pique, Alberto Moreno, Jordi Alba, Nacho, Andres Iniesta, David Silva, Thiago, Vitolo, Rodrigo.

Portugal: - Christiano Ronaldo (Captain), Anthony Lopes, Pepe, VitorinoAntunes, Kevin Rodrigues, Ricardo Pereira, Bernardo Silva, Manuel Fernandes, Bruno Fernandes, Ruben Neves, Andre Silva. 
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