Spain vs England: Predictions, betting tips, live stream, TV, team news – Uefa Nations League 2018-19 preview

Tom Doyle

Spain vs England
Uefa Nations League
Venue: Estadio Benito Villamarín, Seville
Date: Monday, October 15
Kick-off: 7:45pm BST

England will be out for revenge against Luis Enrique's Spain as the Three Lions bid to keep their Nations League hopes alive in Seville.

Spain ruined England's World Cup homecoming party by beating Gareth Southgate's men 2-1 at Wembley, with La Roja now five points ahead of Croatia and the Three Lions in their Nations League group.

With both managers out to prove they can be contenders for top honours, Monday night's match is the perfect opportunity to make a statement before the international break ends.

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TV, online and live stream coverage

The match will be shown live on Sky Sports' Main Event channel and is available via Now TV with a day pass on offer for £7.99. Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and SkyGo app.

You can follow all the action with Standard Sport's LIVE blog.


Tickets for England supporters have now sold out.


Betting tips via Betfair | UK users only | Subject to change

  • Spain to win 2-1: 13/2
  • England to win 1-0: 12/1
  • Kane to score first: 5/1
  • Morata to score last: 7/2

Click here to find the latest match odds and place a bet.

Head to head

The two nations have faced each other 26 times, with England winning 12 times, Spain 10, and the sides sharing four draws.

The sides met most recently in September this year, with Saul Niguez and Rodrigo Moreno sealing a 2-1 comeback win for Spain in London after Marcus Rashford's opener.

Team news

John Stones and Jordan Henderson are both suspended after picking up bookings against Croatia, meaning Southgate could offer a number of players full debuts against Spain.

Jadon Sancho impressed off the bench against Croatia as the Borussia Dortmund winger won his first cap on Friday night.

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Ben Chilwell was given his first Three Lions start in the same game, while Brighton's Lewis Dunk, Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount and Leicester City's James Maddison will all be hoping for their first caps.​