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Spain vs Portugal – Match Preview, Best Odds and Tips
- Spain enjoy a record of zero wins, zero draws and zero defeats in the UEFA Nations League this season.
- Portugal are looking at a record of zero wins, zero draws and zero defeats in the UEFA Nations League this season.
Spain vs Portugal betting tips, predictions and match preview. Latest team news, head to head stats and verdict on the big UEFA Nations League match.
Spain take on Portugal at Estadio Benito Villamarin, where an exciting match should be on the cards this coming Thursday. It is one of the matches in round one of the group phase of the UEFA Nations League this season.
Spain arrive at the upcoming match on Thursday as number 7 in the FIFA world ranking. We should be in for relatively close match, when they take on Portugal. The latter enter the match as number 8 in the world ranking.
Spain have a tough match on hand, as they welcome Portugal at Estadio Benito Villamarin. They are favoured by the bookmakers for the win, but this could be a tight match decided by small margins.
Spain scored two goals per game in their last ten matches, in which they scored 20 goals. They conceded 12, an average of 1.2 per game and managed three clean sheets.
It has the look of a very equal affair, when Portugal travel to Spain this coming Thursday. Securing three points in such a tough encounter could lay the groundworks for reaching the next stage, but it is a tough one to call.
Ahead of their upcoming UEFA Nations League match, Portugal have an ample average of 1.7 goals per game in their last ten matches. They scored a tolerable 17 goals, while also conceding six times. That amounts to an average of 0.6 per game, in which they kept their opponents from scoring five times.
- Spain have scored in 32 of the last 34 home matches
- Spain have not lost 18 of the last 19 home matches
- Spain have scored in the last 14 matches in a row
- Spain have won 7 of the last 8 matches
- Spain have not lost 7 of the last 8 matches
- Portugal have not lost 16 of the last 18 away matches
- Portugal have scored in 12 of the last 14 matches
- Portugal have won 7 of the last 9 matches
- Portugal have not lost 8 of the last 9 matches
- Portugal have not conceded in 5 of the last 7 matches
Spain vs Portugal H2H
The most recent outing between Spain and Portugal took place at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano. The match failed to produce a winner, with the score reading 0-0 after the final whistle. The best betting odds on a draw at full-time with the bookies are at 3.30. Spain enter the match against Portugal with a 3-4-2 record in their previous nine encounters. A win rate of 33%, which is perhaps worth keeping in mind before you make a choice for your next accumulator, depending on your betting strategy.
At least one team managed to keep a clean sheet six times in the last nine matches between Portugal and Spain. Odds on both teams not to score are best priced at 1.83 with the bookies.
Spain are enjoying their football currently with three wins on the bounce, and it began with a 1-0 win against Sweden. They went on to beat Albania by 2-1, before also getting the better of Iceland in a 5-0 victory.
Spain won four of their past six matches on home soil, where they also drew one and lost one. They scored 14 goals and conceded four times.
At the time of writing, Spain have three players on their injured and absent list as they prepare to meet Portugal on Thursday.
Marcos Alonso, Eric Garcia and Ansu Fati are all absent from the Spain squad that faces Portugal at Estadio Benito Villamarin.
In their last three matches, Portugal lost against Serbia by 1-2, beat Turkey by 3-1 winning 2-0 against Macedonia.
Portugal won three of a possible six away matches, as well as playing two draws and suffering one defeat. They scored nine while also conceding twice.
Apparently, Portugal have just two players on the injured and absent list, as they prepare for their match this coming Thursday.
Names like Jose Sa and Cristiano Ronaldo most likely won't be deemed fit enough to play Spain.