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Spain vs Belarus Match Time, TV Telecast in India, Preview

Spain vs Belarus Match Time, TV Telecast in India, Preview

Spain vs Belarus is an upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier match which is to be played on 15 November 2014 at Estadio Nuevo Colombino. Here you will get match timing with TV telecast channels in different nations with preview of Spain vs Belarus. Spain have won both of their previous matches against their rivals Belarus. But a bad news for the La Roja fans that Cesc Fabregas will miss this clash due to hamstring injury. The Chelsea player was praised for his performance by Jose Mourinho for assisting goals.

Spain vs Belarus Time, TV Telecast Channels

Spain vs Belarus time TV telecast channels

Match Information
CompetitionEuro 2016 qualifiers
Date15 Nov 2014 [GMT], 16 Nov [IST]
Time7:45pm [GMT], 1:15am [IST]
StadiumEstadio Nuevo Colombino
Seating capacity13,000 spectators
Home teamLa Roja
Away teamBelarus
RoundQualification
TV telecast &
Broadcast Channels
Stoo 2 Sport, Eurosport 2 Sweden,
CNTV Sports, CCTV-5, Sport1 Select HD

The match will begin at 1:15am on 16 November 2014 according to Indian Standard Time. Its GMT match date & timings are 15 Nov and 7:45pm respectively. You can watch this match live on TV telecast & broadcast channels Belarus 2, Sony Six SD, ESPN2 etc. Have a look on TV telecast channels of this match below.

Spain: TVE La 1
Belarus: Belarus 2
Canada: Sportsnet Ontario, Sportsnet East
China: CNTV Sports, CCTV-5
France: Sport+
Iceland: Stoo 2 Sport
India: Sony Six SD
Italy: Sky Sport 1 HD Italia, Sky Calcio, Sky go Italia
Netherlands: Sport1 Select HD
New Zealand: ESPN2 Australia
Sweden: Eurosport 2 Sweden
UK: Sky Go, NOW TV, Sky Sports 5/HD
USA: ESPN Deportes, ESPN3 Online App

Spain vs Belarus Euro 2016 Qualifier Preview

Possible Line-ups
Spain: David De Gea, Pique, Bartra, Alba, Carvajal, Busquets, Iniesta, Koke, Silva, Alcacer, Costa.
Belarus: Zhevnov, Shitov, Martynovich, Filipenko, Bordachev, Verkhovtsov, S Dragun, Kalachev, Krivets, Balanovich, Bressan.

Read also: IST Fixtures of Euro 2016 Qualifiers

Estadio Nuevo Colombino will host the first ever match of Spain at international level. The stadium is home ground of Real Club Recreativo de Huelva. Their two friendly matches in the city both ended in victory against Mexico by 1-0 and Peru by 2-1.

Cesc Fabregas is suffering from hamstring injury and will be not available for Belarus meting. A medical examination on Tuesday revealed that Fabregas’s condition had improved, but he still experiencing discomfort.

La Roja will be looking for third consecutive victory in Group C qualifying round of Euro 2016 of which they are the defending champions.

Spain have not lost any games against Belarus in any competition. So far, both teams have faced each other in 8 international matches. Out of those eight head to head meetings, Spain have won 6 games and remaining 2 games were draws.

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