Montenegro Under-21s vs Spain Under-21s: how & where to watch
All the information you need on how and where to watch Spain's European Under-21 Championship qualifier against Montenegro on Tuesday.
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Montenegro Under-21s vs Spain Under-21s: preview
Barcelona starlet Ansu Fati is in contention to make his debut for Spain Under-21s when Luis de la Fuente's men take on Montenegro in qualifying for the 2021 UEFA European Under-21 Championship on Tuesday evening.
After being given clearance by FIFA to represent Spain, 16-year-old Fati was called into the squad on Friday following Barça club-mate Carles Pérez's withdrawal through injury.
The tournament holders, who won their fifth continental title in Italy and San Marino in the summer, travel to Podgorica with a 100% record in qualification so far, having beaten Kazakhstan and Montenegro in their opening two Group 6 matches.
Meanwhile, Spain's hosts sit on just three points despite having played two games more.
What time does Montenegro Under-21s vs Spain Under-21s kick off?
The 2021 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying Group 6 fixture between Montenegro and Spain will kick off at the Stadion Pod Goricom, Podgorica, on Tuesday 15 October 2019 at the local time of 18:45.
That's 17:45 in the UK, 12:45 in New York, 11:45 in Dallas and 09:45 in LA.
Find out here what time the game gets underway where you are in the world.
How can I watch Montenegro Under-21s vs Spain Under-21s?
At the time of writing, these were the only television channels and online services due to broadcast the Montenegro vs Spain game:
Viewers in Spain: Cuatro
Viewers in Spain: Cuatro.com
International viewers: Bet365.com (subscription required)
Montenegro Under-21s vs Spain Under-21s live on AS English
You can also follow the action in Podgorica with our very own inimitable live coverage, right here on AS English.
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