Portugal vs Spain live streaming: Time, match details & confirmed line-ups

Portugal vs Spain live streaming: A lightning quick guide

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Live updates Portugal vs Spain

The goal you've all been waiting for

It came when it mattered most

Hat-trick hero

Safe to say, it’s been a good evening for Cristiano…

The moment a country held its breath...

What a goal. What an image.

Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal Spain World Cup

SOCHI, RUSSIA – JUNE 15: Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal scores a free-kick for his team’s third goal during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group B match between Portugal and Spain at Fisht Stadium on June 15, 2018 in Sochi, Russia. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

RONALDO 3-3!

It just had to be.

A free-kick just outside the D and Cristiano Ronaldo steps up, plants it almost in the top corner, well beyond David De Gea.

Portugal’s main man comes up with the goods when they need it most!!!

THAT Nacho goal

Now that's what you call a comeback...

What. A. Goal.

Nacho has just put Spain 3-2 up with an absolutely brilliant strike!

Across the boot, low and hard, in off the post.

What a way to make up for your mistake.

Now that's just unfortunate!

This debate is bigger than Messi v Ronaldo!!

Ronaldo makes it 2-1!

David De Gea, what are you doing?

A goalkeeping shocker sees Ronaldo score his second goal of the night!

When Spain get a hold of the ball..

Another incredible Ronaldo stat

Cristiano playing at peak 2008 levels here…

4v1...

The quality of Diego Costa’s goal cannot be understated.

From bringing the ball down, to taking on four players and slotting into the bottom corner.

Brilliant.

Diego Costa Spain World Cup Portugal

SOCHI, RUSSIA – JUNE 15: Diego Costa of Spain scores the equalising goal to make the score 1-1 during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group B match between Portugal and Spain at Fisht Stadium on June 15, 2018 in Sochi, Russia. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

SPAIN SCORE!

What. A. Goal.

Diego Costa muscles off four defenders to bring Spain level!

Brilliant Ronaldo World Cup stat

Ronaldo celebrates

The Real Madrid man enjoyed that!!

Ronaldo Portugal Spain World Cup

during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group B match between Portugal and Spain at Fisht Stadium on June 15, 2018 in Sochi, Russia.

Portugal 1-0!!

You should never doubt Cristiano Ronaldo from the penalty spot, as he sends David De Gea the wrong way to get this game off to a flyer!

PORTUGAL PENALTY!

Portugal have a penalty after Ronaldo was tripped by Nacho!

We're underway!

We’re underway in the most hotly tipped match of the day!

We're ready!

Cristiano acknowledges the fans

Teams warm up

Bayern not happy with Thiago exclusion!

Portugal v Spain preview

The atmosphere is building

Confirmed line-ups

Spain predicted XI vs Portugal

Spain predicted line-up vs Portugal

Mbappe on Ronaldo

Will Ronaldo 'do it' in Russia?

Portugal vs Spain

Stay tuned for rolling updates.

Portugal vs Spain live streaming & watch time

Match: Portugal vs Spain

Competition: 2018 World Cup

Date: 15-06-2018

Kick-off time: 19:00 (UK time)

Stadium: Olimpiyskiy Stadion Fisht (Sochi)


Portugal vs Spain live stream & watch

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Portugal vs Spain confirmed line-ups

Portugal vs Spain live streaming & watch: TV listings

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Now enjoy a free live stream of Portugal vs Spain by finding local listings of the match.

In the UK, the BBC and ITV will both be broadcasting free live streams of the World Cup online.

Once you have a VPN, you’ll be free to use the BBC iPlayer & ITV Hub online.


Portugal vs Spain live streaming & Watch: USA & Australia

If you’re in America, you can live stream the World Cup via the Fox Sports app.

If you are in Australia, live stream the World Cup on Optus Sport or SBS.

Country/region
Broadcaster
Is it free to air?
England - UK
BBC (BBC iPlayer)
Free to air
England - UK
ITV (ITV Hub)
Free trial
USA (English)
Fox Sports app & Fox Sports Go
Requires cable subscription
USA (Spanish)
Telemundo
Requires cable subscription
Australia
Optus Sport
Free trial
Australia
SBS
Free
Canada (English)
CTV
Requires cable subscription
Canada (English)
CTS
Requires cable subscription

Cristiano Ronaldo lifts Euro 2016 trophy with Portugal

Cristiano Ronaldo lifts the Euro 2016 trophy following the UEFA EURO 2016 Final match between Portugal and France at Stade de France on July 10, 2016 in Paris, France.


Portugal vs Spain live streaming: Match preview

The fourth successive match of the World Cup between Portugal and Spain is the crème brûlée of the group stages this year.

Spain vs Portugal is a competitive fixture enhanced by the various threads that weave this tale.

The famous Iberian derby of Spain vs. Portugal holds host to one of the oldest international football rivalries transcending football into a battle of economic and territorial supremacy as the two countries border wrestle for control on the Western frontier of Europe.

Portugal seized Spain’s Euro championship title two years ago after Spain had won it back-to-back.

Julen Lopetegui

The game’s magnitude will be further fuelled by ground shaking controversial sacking of Spain manager Julen Lopetegui in vain of the teams effort’s to prevent it, following the announcement of him as the new Real Madrid manager.

Julen had gotten the Spanish killing machine renovated, invigorated and fuelled for world domination once again. But all that clarity is now just fog and uncertainty as we are forced to watch the story unfold as Fernando Hierro takes lead of the team.

Portugal will hope that this controversy flings the Spanish into disarray rather than unite them in an act of camaraderie.

Portugal

Portugal come into this tournament as reigning European champions. Confidence will be overflowing under the inspirational leadership of Cristiano Ronaldo who has a throne in the pantheon of legends.

With Ronaldo’s infectious aura and the tactical nous of Fernando Santos who has managed all of Portugal’s big three in Benfica, Porto and Sporting that they can stand two feet taller.

Portugal will likely set up with their usual 4-4-2 with Ronaldo and Andre Silva likely to square up with Spain’s fearsome defensive pairing of impregnable Ramos and Pique.

Portugal will look to shut down Spanish attacks via the dominating William Carvalho. He has the unenviable job of muzzling Iniesta, Silva, Isco and Thiago. Ahead of him Portugal will look to harness Bernardo Silva’s magic as he looks to zigzag through the hordes, and link up with Ronaldo, Guedes or Gelson Martins in space.

Bernardo, Bruno Fernandes and Joao Mario’s ball retention and ability to break the lines against Spain’s press and overload of the centre of the pitch will be key to avoiding isolation of Ronaldo and a disconnect between midfield and attack.

Portugal have struggled in their stabilisation of their defence, never quite figuring out their strongest backline. But with Pepe as the primary pillar, Portugal can have some confidence that they can withstand the barrage of probing they will succumb to the Spanish team. They will need to remain focused and organised.

Spain

Spain has found a new groove and absolutely no team can match them for technical quality in the tournament.

Spain with their 4-3-3 will overload the middle of the pitch, dominating possession whilst bombarding fullbacks Odriozola and Alba will provide the width.

Magicians David Silva and Isco will drift inwards where they will look to pick up the ball and open up the play.

Busquets will shield the back four, whilst recycling possession to elite dictators ahead of him.

If Spain are unable to break down the Portuguese backline you can expect them to launch Asensio off the bench to add some more pace and width where he will offer another dimension to their attack.

You can expect Pepe and likely Ruben Dias to have their hands full with Diego Costa, who will add a ferocity and aerial threat.

If the Portuguese manage to withstand all that ammunition, and manage to bypass Spain’s iconic backline, they still have to beat David De Gea.

Spain vs Portugal is sure to be the highlight of the group stages. It is a game to both read, watch, listen, smell and taste as you manage to absorb all that drama that football encompasses whilst it aims to tantalize all your senses.

Open your pores and sponge in the delight!


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