Spain v France LIVE: Latest team news and build-up ahead of Euro 2024 semi-final

Spain vs France

Spain and France will face off in a highly anticipated match in the first semi-final of Euro 2024. The victor will secure a spot in the final game in Berlin on July 14th.

The French team didn't perform very well in their quarter-final match against Portugal. They only managed to win on penalties after playing for 120 minutes in a game that was lackluster, slow-moving, and had little offensive excitement.

Predicted Line-ups And Team News

Spain will have to face Germany without three important players. Dani Carvajal and Robin Le Normand are not available because they received yellow cards (and a red card in Carvajal's case) during the quarter-final match. Additionally, Pedri is expected to miss the game due to an injury he sustained from a tackle by Toni Kroos.

France does not have any players suspended or injured, which could be a big help for them in the game if their coach, Didier Deschamps, can bring out their ability to score goals effectively.

Spain XI: Simon, Navas, Nacho, Laporte, Cucurella, Ruiz, Rodri, Olmo, Williams, Morata, and Yamal

France's starting lineup includes Maignan, Hernandez, Saliba, Upamecano, Kounde, Rabiot, Tchouameni, Kante, Griezmann, Mbappe, and Dembele.

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"Watching Spain Vs. France"

The match between Spain and France will start at 8pm on Tuesday, July 9th, at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany.

The game will be aired live on BBC One, beginning at 7pm. You can also watch it live through the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport app. For a complete list of which channel each game will be on, check here. The coverage will start at 4pm on BBC One and the iPlayer.

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France Discovers A Solution

Didier Deschamps is searching for one more prize to add to his collection at the international level. He has previously achieved success by winning the World Cup and European Championship as a player, and the World Cup as a coach. If he can secure victory at Euro 2024, Deschamps will become the first person to win both titles in both roles.

Deschamps' France team has been focused on achieving a remarkable accomplishment. They have played in a practical and defensive manner, which some may find boring. Their slow and controlled style of play, along with their struggling forwards, have neutralized the attacking abilities of teams like Portugal in the quarter-finals. Spain will need to take note of this in their upcoming match.

France hasn't scored any goals on their own, but they have the best defense in the tournament, only allowing one goal. This goal was scored by Poland in the final group game.

The French team has also advanced in a penalty shootout, so they will not have any mental obstacles if this closely contested match goes all the way.

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Spain Shining At Euro 2024

Spain has only let in two goals during Euro 2024 and is hoping to make it to the final for the first time since 2012 when they face off against France in the semi-finals.

Germany tied the game with a goal from Florian Wirtz in the 89th minute, but then Mikel Merino, who came on as a substitute, ultimately won the match with a fantastic header in the final minute of extra time.

The La Rojas team is the only one left that has won all five of their games and seems to be the top pick to win the trophy.

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Welcome to The Independent's report on tonight's Euro 2024 match as the semi-finals kick off with an exciting game between Spain and France in Munich.

Spain has been one of the most exciting teams in the tournament, winning all their games, including a thrilling 2-1 win against hosts Germany in the quarter-finals.

On the other hand, France has had a hard time finding a good flow in their play, but their strong defense has been key in helping them progress in the competition. Their victories against Belgium and Portugal in the knockout stages, with the latter being decided by a penalty shootout, show that they are still a formidable team despite some less-than-stellar performances. Spain will have to be at their absolute best to defeat them.

The final match will take place on Sunday, where the victorious team will compete against either England or the Netherlands. These two teams will battle it out in their semi-final match tomorrow evening.

Check back for our blog throughout the day for the latest updates, team news, and live coverage of the match leading up to the 8pm kick off. Stay with us for all the action.

Mike Jones on July 9, 2024 at 1:00 pm

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