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France – Spain: an unusual schedule for the Nations League final, the news

France faces Spain this Wednesday à the occasion of the final of the League of Nations for women.

The French women's team is perhaps on the verge of winning its first international title. Les Bleues succeeded in winning the match. escape from the German trap on their lawn (2-1) thanks to & goals from Diani and Karchaoui in the semi-final. Even if Spain appears as favorite, the Tricolores have a positive record with no defeat against the Iberians in 13 clashes. "We have to have this rage to seek something more," the coach of Les Bleues after the semi-final. 

Spain won The last World Cup and is favorite to win a second international title in a row. The players of Montserrat Tomé drove over the Netherlands in the semi-final with a big victory (3-0). But the Iberians have a considerable advantage since they will play in front of their home crowd at home. Seville. 

For this meeting, the schedule is unusual. Indeed, this February 28 is a public holiday. in Andalusia, of which Seville is the capital. As a result, the Spanish Federation has taken the option of this 7 p.m. time, hoping to attract as many people as possible to the stadium, particularly families. To the detriment of the diffusers.

What time does the France – Spain match start ?

The match between France and Spain will start at 7 p.m. this Wednesday. The meeting will take place at the Cartuja of Seville. 

Which TV channel is broadcast on? France – Spain ?

It's W9 which will broadcast this final of the Women's Nations League between France and Spain. The Swedish Tess Olofsson will be the referee of the match. 

What streaming broadcast for the France – Spain match ?

Two streaming broadcasts will be available to follow this France – Spain. 6Play and MyCanal will also broadcast the match. 

What probable compositions for France – Spain ?

Hervé Renard will be deprived of Sandy Baltimore who owed leave the group after an injury. The Katoto-Le Sommer duo should be renewed in attack. The probable XI of Les Bleues: Peyraud-Magnin – De Almeida, Lakrar, Mbock, Karchaoui – Diani, Henry, Geyoro, Bacha – Le Sommer, Katoto. nbsp;

On the side de la Roja, Montserrat Tomé can count on the integrity of its squad and should rely on its eleven type with the presence of the Ballon d'Or in the midfield Aitana Bonmati. The probable XI of the Spanish: Coll – Battle, Paredes, Codina, Carmona – Bonmati, Lopez, Hermoso – Del Castillo, Paralluelo, Caldentey.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116