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Spain vs Switzerland: times, how to watch online and on TV in the US

Spain can qualify for the UEFA Nations League finals when they take on Switzerland in a Group A2 clash in Zaragoza on Saturday.

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Spain host a relegation-threatened Switzerland on Saturday, in a 2022/23 UEFA Nations League matchup that could see La Roja book their finals spot.

Spain - Switzerland live online: score, stats and updates, UEFA Nations League

What time is Spain vs Switzerland?

The Group A2 matchday-five clash kicks off at the Romareda, Zaragoza, at 8:45pm local time (CEST). In the United States, that’s 2:45pm ET/11:45am PT. Find out what time kick-off is elsewhere in the world.

How can I watch the game in the US?

Viewers in the States will be able to watch Spain vs Switzerland on ViX, ViX+ and Fubo Sports Network. Check out which TV channel or online platform is showing the game if you’re outside the US.

Spain train at the Romareda in Zaragoza ahead of Saturday's clash with Switzerland.
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Spain train at the Romareda in Zaragoza ahead of Saturday's clash with Switzerland.Pablo García/RFEFDiarioAS

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Spain vs Switzerland: match preview

After wins over Switzerland and the Czech Republic on matchdays three and four, Spain lead Group A2 and are within sight of a second straight appearance in the Nations League finals. Luis Enrique’s men are one point clear of Portugal, and will guarantee themselves a place in the last four next June if they beat the Swiss and the Portuguese lose to the Czechs in Prague.

The Spaniards, who were beaten finalists in the 2020/21 Nations League, visit Portugal in Braga in the final round of group games on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Switzerland sit bottom and could go down to League B today, although it’s also still mathematically possible for them to snatch a finals berth. The visitors will be relegated in Zaragoza if they lose and the Czech Republic defeat Portugal - but were the Swiss to win in Spain, anything other than an away victory in the Czech capital would keep their slim hopes of topping the group alive. It’s worth noting, however, that Switzerland have never beaten Spain on Spanish soil.

Murat Yakin’s team close out Group A2 at home to the Czech Republic on Tuesday.

Spain vs Switzerland: last meeting

The last time the the sides met, in Geneva in June, Pablo Sarabia’s early goal secured a 1-0 win for Spain, kickstarting La Roja’s Nations League campaign after opening draws with Portugal and the Czech Republic. For Switzerland, the defeat was their third in three games in the 2022/23 Nations League, but a 1-0 victory over Portugal three days later means they’re still alive going into matchday five on Saturday.

Pablo Sarabia (left) got Spain's winner in a 1-0 victory over Switzerland on matchday three.
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Pablo Sarabia (left) got Spain's winner in a 1-0 victory over Switzerland on matchday three.Quality Sport ImagesGetty

Spain vs Switzerland: who is the referee?

Clément Turpin will be the match referee in Zaragoza, leading an all-French team of officials. The 40-year-old will be assisted by Nicolas Danos and Cyril Gringore, while the fourth official will be Ruddy Buquet. The video assistant referee will be Jérôme Brisard.

Spain vs Switzerland: live with AS USA

You’ll be able to follow live-text coverage of Spain vs Switzerland with AS USA. We’ll be building up to the game from around an hour ahead of kick-off, before providing you with minute-by-minute commentary of the action.

Table

Group 2 Pts. P W D L
1 8 4 2 2 0
2 7 4 2 1 1
3 4 4 1 1 2
4 3 4 1 0 3
Group 2 Pts. P W D L
1 8 4 2 2 0
2 7 4 2 1 1
3 4 4 1 1 2
4 3 4 1 0 3
Leaders
Total goals scored
Total goalkeeper saves
Fouls committed
Fouls received
Player receives a yellow card for an infringement
Recoveries of possession
Passes per game
63.5
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