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Spain vs Romania Euro League Qualifying Live Football Match Score 18 NOVEMBER 2019

Spain vs Romania Euro League Qualifying Live Football Match Score 18 NOVEMBER 2019

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Spain Romania live score (and video online live stream*) starts on 18.11.2019. at 19:45 UTC time at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano stadium, Madrid, Spain in Euro Cup Qualification, Group F – Europe. Here on SofaScore livescore you can find all Spain vs Romania previous results sorted by their H2H matches. Links to Spain vs. Romania video highlights are collected in the Media tab for the most popular matches as soon as video appear on video hosting sites like Youtube or Dailymotion. We’re not responsible for any video content, please contact video file owners or hosters for any legal complaints.


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Event details:
NAME: Spain – Romania
DATE: November 18, 2019
TIME: 19:45 UTC
VENUE: Estadio Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid , Spain

Spain vs Romania predictions ahead of this clash in the final round of Euro 2020 qualifying games. Can Spain round things off with another three points? Read on for our match preview and free betting tips.

Spain have sailed through this Euro 2020 qualifying group, so do Romania have any chance of preventing them finishing with a victory? The pair meet on Monday night with their fates already sealed. The Spanish are heading for the draw at the end of this month, while Romania awaits March’s play-offs to see if they can join the 2012 winners at the tournament.

Another thing both sides have in common is they’re both hosting parts of Euro 2020. Getting to play home games at a tournament is a big boost, something which could help the Spanish following a dreadful campaign at Russia 2018. They haven’t impressed at a major tournament since they last won the Euros back in 2012. However, their brilliant record in qualifying does suggest there’s better to come this time around.

Romania are guaranteed a play-off spot, even though they dropped vital points in their last two games. A 2-0 loss at home to Sweden ended their hopes and saw the Swedes secure second. An unbeaten Nations League campaign means Romania are booked into the play-offs, however, where they will pose a serious threat to any side they face.

Romania are hoping to warm up for the play-offs with a shock win over Spain, but they’ll struggle to end the hosts’ unbeaten record so far. The only points dropped by Spain on their way to the Euros came in away trips in Scandinavia. At home, they have been perfect. Four wins from four in the qualifiers followed a victory over Bosnia in November last year. That perfect 12-month home record comes with plenty of goals, having hit 16 in four qualifiers.

Spain showed their lethal edge with seven against Malta in their game at the weekend, which they’ll be hoping to follow up on. Romania have only lost three times, each against the top two, and during each of those games they’ve conceded twice. However, the visitors have scored in all of their away qualifiers so far, finding the net in nine straight trips over a period of more than two years. Following that form, we expect plenty of goals here, although the Spanish look set to add to their great form.

We are backing a Spain victory with over 2.5 goals in the match, given the form of both sides. On top of that, we are tipping the Spanish to add another three goals to their tally in this clash. A 3-1 victory for the group leaders is our correct score prediction.

Spain Team News, Updates and Facts

Spain Team News

Robert Moreno has been forced to leave out Rodrigo and Adama Traore with injuries here, while the likes of Dani Ceballos, Isco, and Jordi Alba were omitted from the squad.

Spain Key Man

Rotation could be the name of the game here for Spain, but no matter where they go they will have plenty of talent on the pitch.  Paco Alcacer has displayed some breathtaking form in Germany in nearly a season and a half now, and he’ll look to bring that into the Spanish side as well as he attempts to increase a 12 goals in 16 outings record.  Mikel Oyarzabal is another to watch out wide.  He’s been linked with Man City of late, and it’s easy to see why given his pace and his ruthless knack for creativity.

Spain Team Form

Spain have three wins and two draws in their last five matches:

7-0 home win vs Malta
1-1 draw at Sweden
1-1 draw at Norway
4-0 home win vs Faroe Islands
1-2 win at Romania

Spain Predicted Starting Line up

Expected Line up: 4-3-3

Spain likely XI

  • Goalkeeper:Kepa
  • Defenders:Carvajal, Inigo Martinez, Ramos, Gaya
  • Midfielders:Fabian, Busquets, Saul
  • Forwards:Oyarzabal, Alcacer, Sarabia

RomaniaRomania Team News, Updates and Facts

Romania Team News

Cosmin Contra has a number of injuries that are preventing him from playing a full strength side here.  Defenders Vlad Chiriches and Drago Grigore and striker Florin Andone are out, giving others the chance here.

Romania Key Man

He may not be the ‘Puscas’ you all know, but George Puscas has shown that he is no slouch so far in a young international career.  He’s already grabbed six goals in less than 15 caps, demonstrating just how good the 23 year-old Reading man could be at this level of the game.  In midfield, Nicolae Stanciu is never one to be left wide open.  The Slavia Prague man has bundled home ten goals in his career for his nation and will look to increase that and his chances of moving to a bigger club with a fine showing here.

Romania Team Form

Romania have two losses, a draw, and two wins in their last five matches:

0-2 home loss vs Sweden
1-1 home draw vs Norway
0-3 win at Faroe Islands
1-0 home win vs Malta
1-2 home loss vs Spain

Romania Predicted Starting Line up

Expected Line up: 4-4-2

Romania likely XI

  • Goalkeeper:Tatarusanu
  • Defenders:Mogos, Rus, Nedelcearu, Bancu
  • Midfielders:Deac, Baluta, Stanciu, Mitrita
  • Forwards:Puscas, Keseru

Spain vs Romania Head-to-Head Stats

In 17 prior matches, Spain have six wins, six draws, and five losses to Romania.  They played in September, with Spain winning 1-2 in Romania.  Prior to that, they met in a friendly that ended 0-0 in 2016.

ESP vs ROU Betting Tips and Odds

Betfair have the following odds available for this match:

Spain are at 1.15, a draw is at 7.0, and Romania are at 16.0.

Spain scoring first is at 1.14.

Group F has already been decided regarding the two sides that will automatically move onto Euro 2020.  Spain are on top with 23 points, nearly perfect thus far, and have won the group.  Sweden are right behind them and have enough of a gap to stay ahead of third placed Romania.  They have 14 points, but it will not be enough to make it via the traditional route.  The other sides are out of the running, though Norway will try to overtake Romania with favorable results for a third place finish.

Spain come into this match having already sealed up their spot at Euro 2020.  They are still not regarded as a big favorite, but they will not be a team to be trifled with once they do get to the tournament.  A few changes here and there, and they will be a team that is nearly unstoppable.  In the last year, despite some ups and downs, they have totaled up seven wins and two draws.  At home, they have four victories.

Romania, meanwhile, have done themselves much more justice than they had in previous years, but they are still not quite back at their finest ever levels.  So there is work to be done for them to get back to the adult table in European football.  That being said, they look to be on the right track.  In the last year, they have amassed five wins, two draws, and three losses for a very good showing.  Away from home, they have three wins, a draw, and a loss, so that looks good, too.

Spain vs Romania Prediction

Spain have a much, much deeper squad than Romania, and even if it seems to be a little bit ‘down’ at the moment, it’s still one that many nations could only dream of and wish they had.  That takes them to victory to complete Group F play.

Spain vs Romania Prediction

Spain have a much, much deeper squad than Romania, and even if it seems to be a little bit ‘down’ at the moment, it’s still one that many nations could only dream of and wish they had.  That takes them to victory to complete Group F play.

 

 

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