Watch Euro 2020 Italy vs Spain Free Live Soccer Streams Reddit: Game Preview, Bold Prediction, Odds, Picks, Team News, Facts

The 4-0 defeat in the Final of 2012 European Final still haunts the Azzurris as they’re finally up for revenge at the Wembley Stadium in the UK today. It is where the Italians take on the Spaniards in the quest for Euro 2020 Finals. The team that wins this tie will be the first team to be in the final and will play either England to Denmark for the final battle of the tournament.

Both Italy and Spain are on flamboyant form after defeating mighty Belgium and fairly strong Switzerland side. Italy as always known for their defensive strength, has shown their knack for scoring goals when needed lately. Spain on the other hand has seemed to have gotten over their striker problems from the group stages. The tie, however can’t get better and the world will be watching for a mouthwatering fight for the glory.

Kick-off Timing

Date: July 6, 2021.
Time: 03:00 PM on ET, 07:00 on GMT.
Stadium: Wembley Stadium, United Kingdom.

Wembley Stadium.
The Wembley Stadium in UK is all set to host the high voltage match between Italy and Spain. (Image Courtesy: Getty Images)

How to watch Italy vs Spain live stream free online?

You may find many ways to watch online, but most of them may ask for payment after few moments, or some may show advertisements ridiculously. That is why we searched for the best free streaming sites for UEFA Euro 2020. The following websites will get you uninterrupted, free online streaming:

How to watch Euro 2020 live soccer streams on smart TV, 4K in HD?

The free streaming sites will not telecast in 4K HD. Hence you will need a premium subscription to watch the Euro in 4K HD on your smart TV. However, you will get many paid options to watch the Euro 2021 matches, but you may also face difficulties finding the cheap one. We have sorted out the cheapest TV channels from different countries. Find them out below.

Where To Watch Euro 2020 Live from USA?

TV Channels: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 (all 51 matches)

Spanish Language TV: Univision, TUDN (11 of 51 matches)

Online Streaming: fuboTV (all 51 matches), ESPN app / ABC app, PrendeTV /

Where To Watch Euro 2020 Live from UK?

TV Broadcasting: BBC One (All 51 matches will be aired live)

Online Livestreaming: BBC iPlayer and ITV (all 51 will be live-streamed for free)

Where To Watch Euro 2020 Live from Canada?

TV Broadcasting: TSN, TSN2 (All matches will be covered on TSN, but will require a premium membership for few matches which will be aired on TSN2 only)

CTV (Only the weekend matches will be aired, which includes the Final)

Online Livestreaming: TSN app (All 51 matches will be live-streamed but requires a subscription)

Where To Watch Euro 2020 Live from Asia?

TV Broadcasting: Sony Ten (All 51 matches will be aired and even in the regional languages)

Online Livestream: SonyLIV (All 51 matches will be available)

Spain vs Italy Bold Prediction:

Both Italy and Spain are at a vital spot in the competition and it’s really really very hard to call on a winner. But, Italy somehow holds an edge over Spain because of their superior team work. So it’s Italy who are likely to go through.

Roberto Mancini’s men are just flying in this edition’s Euro and are the hot favourites to pick up the trophy. They’ve not only been unbeaten and topped the group, but also totally dominated the opposition with finest skills to come this far in the tournament.

On the other hand Spain, they’ve had striker issues since the very start of the tournament and they’ve still failed to make amends for it. Going past Switzerland was somewhat a stroke of luck, however against mighty Italy, it’ll be very impossible to go through to the finals if their strikers don’t find the back of the net tonight.

Prediction: Italy 1-0 Spain.

Odds and Picks:

Pick of the day is Italy, the 2006 World Champions.


Italy win: 2.45
Draw: 3.25
Spain win: 3.00

Please Note: Odds via Bet365, we don’t promote any kind of Gambling. Therefore, all decisions are up to you.

Italy National Team
The Italians are practicing before they take on Spain for the quest of the Final of Euro 2020. (Image Courtesy: Getty Images)

Team News


Italy’s Roma player Leonardo Spinazolla will miss out the game due an injury suffered in the last match. Chelsea’s Emerson Palmieri is most likely to fit in Spinazolla’s shoes. Italy has no players in the suspension list and no risky player if booked with a caution tonight to miss the final.

Injury: Leonardo Spinazolla.

Suspension: None.


Spain’s Pablo Sarabia is most likely to be unfit for this match after picking up an injury against Switzerland. In fact Luis Enrique’s men are already bogged down in the entire competition for Covid related issues.

Injury: Pablo Sarabia

Suspension: None.

Possible Line Up:

Italy: Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Chiellini, Emerson; Barella, Jorginho, Verratti; Chiesa, Immobile, Insigne

Tactics: (4-3-3) most likely to be followed.

Spain: Unai Simon; Azpilicueta, Eric Garcia, Laporte, Jordi Alba; Koke, Busquets, Pedri; Gerard Moreno, Morata, Dani Olmo

Tactics: (4-3-3) most likely to be followed.

Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)

Facts about Italy and Spain

Italy and Spain are both global superpowers and not just in Europe in the genre of Football and the tie can’t get more exciting. The match between Italy and Spain are often called the Mediterranean derby and no side is willing to give one another an inch to have a go into the final of this Competition.

Italy has four World cups and one Euro Cups under their belt while Spain has one World Cup and three Euro Cups. Italy are FIFA World no. 7 and Spain on the other hand are World no. 6

Spanish National Team
Spanish players are practicing before their do or die match against Italy. (Image Courtesy: Getty Images)

Head to Head

Italy wins: 9

Draw: 12

Spain wins: 12

Last Meeting: Italy 0-3 Spain.

Players to Watch Out For


Ciro Immobile: With 2 goals and an assist from four matches, Ciro is one of the main weapon Italy possess.

Lorenzo Insigne: This Napoli striker has scored 2 goals as well from the four outings in this tournament.

Gianluigi Donnarumma: The Italian goalie played 5 matches so far and 2 clean sheets.


Alvaro Morata: This Juventus forward has scored 2 goals from the 5 games he played.

Ferran Torres: With 2 goals and an assist, Ferran Torres has been very instrumental in Spain’s attack in this tournament.

Unai Simon: The Spanish Goalkeeper has 2 clean sheets in all the matches he played in this competition.

Sabyasachi Biswas

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