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Morocco take on Spain on Tuesday afternoon for a place in the World Cup Quarterfinals. If you’re wondering how to tune into the big game then don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with all of the key streaming and tv information you’ll need.
Streaming options for Morocco vs Spain
The game is being streamed for free on ITVX, the free streaming service provided by ITV. To be able to access the Morocco vs Spain live stream then you will need to sign up to ITVX via the ITV website. The signing up process is relatively quick but give yourself five or ten minutes prior to kick off to complete it.
You will also need to have a UK tv licence to be able to watch online via ITVX and be a UK resident. Sadly, if you are currently abroad or not a UK resident then you will not be able to watch the match this way.
What channel is Morocco vs Spain on?
If the idea of a Morocco vs Spain free live stream isn’t for you then you can always watch the match on ITV One. This is a tv channel that is available for free to all UK residents with an active TV license. If you have a HD television and a HD television package then you will be able to enjoy the match on ITV One HD.
Morocco vs Spain: Preview
Morocco take on Spain at the Education City Stadium on Tuesday afternoon in the penultimate World Cup round of 16 fixture. While Spain go into the game as favourites, Morocco will fancy their chances of springing an upset after an unbeaten group stage campaign which saw them take seven points out of a possible nine.
Luis Enrique will be hoping that his side’s shock 2-1 defeat to Japan in their last outing was nothing more than a minor blip on the road to World Cup glory. Although Enrique made a few changes, he will be concerned about how quickly the game turned on its head at the beginning of the second half.
He’ll be hoping that his midfield trio of Busquets, Gavi and Pedri will be able to get a grip of the game and prevent any menacing counter-attacks from the likes of Boufal and Ziyech on the Moroccan flanks.
One interesting subplot is the fact that Spanish-born Achraf Hakimi has a race against time to get fit. He has been nursing an ankle injury for around a week but is expected to take the field of play for this crunch encounter. The winners of the tie face a quarter-final clash with the winners of Portugal vs Switzerland
Morocco vs Spain: FAQs
Is Achraf Hakimi playing?
PSG fullback, Achraf Hakimi, is expected to start at right-back for Morocco despite a niggling ankle injury.
Where is the game being played?
The game is being played at the Education City Stadium
Who is the referee?
The referee for the game is Fernando Rapallini. The Argentinian is considered to be one of the best officials in South America.
Who are the captains?
Spain’s captain is Sergio Busquets while Morocco’s is Romain Saïss.
What are the odds?
With Ladbrokes, Spain are 8/15 to win in 90 minutes and Morocco are 6/1.