Spain vs Germany is an upcoming friendly match that is to be played on 18 November 2014. Match time with TV telecast & broadcast channels of this game are available right over here. After recent victories in Euro 2016 qualifier games, the national teams will be looking to win the friendly game of two football giants. Since the World Cup, Germany won just two of five games, losing to both Argentina — the team they beat in Brazil final and Poland. Coach Low is not happy with last win against Gibraltar and stated that Germany needs improvements.
Spain vs Germany Time, TV Telecast Channels
|Competition||International Friendly Match|
|Date||18 Nov 2014 [GMT], 19 Nov [IST]|
|Time||7:45pm [GMT], 1:15am [IST]|
|Stadium||Estadio de Balaidos|
|Seating capacity||31,800 spectators|
|First team||La Roja|
|Second team||Die Mannschaft|
|Supersport 6, ESPN3, Ten Action|
According to Indian Standard Time, the match will begin at 1:15am on 19 November 2014. Its GMT match date & time are 18 November and 7:45pm respectively. You can watch this giant clash on your TV telecast channels Super sport 6, DirecTV, Cuatro, Watch ESPN etc.
Germany: B5 aktuell, ARD Das Erste, B5 Plus
Argentina: DirecTV Argentina
Chile: DirecTV Chile
India: Ten Action
Nigeria: Supersport 6
South Africa: Super sport 6
United States: Watch ESPN, ESPN3 Online App, ESPN Deportes
Uruguay: DirecTV Uruguay
Spain vs Germany Preview of Friendly Match
The biggest problem of the world champions is their stumbling performance. Die Mannschaft have won just 2 matches out of their last 5 international meetings. Their last win over Gibraltar by 4–0 regain some confidence, but can they maintain this run against the defending champions of European Championship?
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Since the humiliated performance of Spain in Brazil World Cup 2014, La Roja have played only one international friendly match which was a 1–0 win over France. In the competition of Euro 2016 qualifier, they have won 3 games comfortably but they were on the wrong end of a shock of 2–1 defeat over Slovakia.
Both teams will be missing their star players which includes Cesc Fabregas, Marco Reus having being ruled out to the Belarus and Gibraltar respectively. Both are in doubt for making appearance in this game also.
German coach Low felt Germany should have scored several more goals and wants one last effort from his players in their final match of the year. Team goalkeeper Manuel Neuer has withdrawn from the squad with a knee injury, while Andre Schurrle, Marco Reus, Christoph Kramer and Jerome Boateng have also pulled out.
Real Madrid midfielder Isco is in great form and is likely to start against Germany. He and his team mates Busquets and Pedro scored in last encounter against Belarus in Huelva for a second string side.