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Spain-Germany: schedule and where to see La Roja’s second game in the World Cup in Qatar

The Spanish team is playing for qualification to the round of 16: a victory certifies the pass, a draw would practically be enough and a defeat complicates everything

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The World Cup in Qatar 2022 is a seen and not seen. Not even 48 hours have passed since the historic defeat of Costa Rica in the debut and the players of the Spanish team must already think about Germany. East
sunday november 27 They will play against the Germans in a duel that can leave the group sentenced or complicate it excessively.

La Roja’s accounts are clear: win, win and win. Despite the 7-0 against Costa Rica, it is convenient not to trust. Luis Enrique already said it this Wednesday: “Praise weakens.” And it is precisely what the coach does not want to happen this Sunday.

Germany plays everything on one card. Her loss against Japan leaves her on the ropes. Only victory is worth it. A draw would leave them virtually eliminated. And the same is true of Spain. A victory seals the qualification to the round of 16, a tie would practically certify it, but a defeat complicates the whole group. In this case, Spain would be forced to beat Japan assuming that Costa Rica leaves with zero points. The hypothetical classification would be decided by goal difference after registering a triple draw. Hence, the importance of adding at least one point against Germany.

Schedule and where to see the Spain-Germany

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Spain-Germany can be followed live from 8:00 p.m., through La 1 de TVE and its mobile application. Those who have the Gol Mundial app will also be able to enjoy the game.

The other match in the group, Japan-Costa Rica, will be played on November 27 at 11 a.m. in Spain.

possible alignments

Luis Enrique will put all the meat on the grill, so the eleven will be very similar to the one proposed in the debut against Costa Rica. These are the eleven that the coach will choose a priori:
Simon; Carvajal, Rodri, Laporte, Jordi Alba; Busquets, Gavi, Pedri; Ferran, Asensio and Morata.

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