Schedule and where to see the Spain - Czech Republic of the UEFA Nations League

The last team break of the 2021-22 season comes to an end in Europe with the dispute of the fourth day of the UEFA Nations League, whose first phase will lower the curtain and distribute passports for the final four (June 2023) at the end of September in the last international window before the World Cup in Qatar.

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12 June 2022 Sunday 00:27
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Schedule and where to see the Spain - Czech Republic of the UEFA Nations League

The last team break of the 2021-22 season comes to an end in Europe with the dispute of the fourth day of the UEFA Nations League, whose first phase will lower the curtain and distribute passports for the final four (June 2023) at the end of September in the last international window before the World Cup in Qatar.

In the case of Spain, they will bid farewell to the course by receiving the Czech Republic at the La Rosaleda stadium in Malaga this Sunday, June 12, 2022 from 8:45 p.m., a duel that can be seen on La1 on Televisión Española and continue online and live through the La Vanguardia website.

Luis Enrique's team will face the duel with some urgency since the pass to the final four is only for the first of the League A group and that place is currently occupied by Portugal in group 2.

Spain has not left much taste in the mouth in the three games it has played so far in this break, resulting in two draws and one victory. So the visit of the Czech Republic will be a new test for the red team.

The national team, current runner-up in the Nations League after controversially losing to France in the final, began its journey in this edition with a draw against Portugal at the Villamarín, perhaps in its best football exercise to date, although it was nothing Of the other world.

His next stop was in Prague, where a saving goal from Iñigo Martínez in injury time saved him from an unexpected defeat against the Czech Republic, precisely his rival this Sunday.

Spain's only victory so far in the competition came last Thursday against Switzerland in Geneva by a brief 0-1 thanks to Sarabia's early goal, although it was one of those triumphs with a certain bittersweet taste due to the team's poor performance.

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