Nations League: Germany vs Spain

Germany and Spain will meet at Mercedes Benz in Stuttgart in UEFA's new Nations League match. Both teams were placed in Group D Group A along with Switzerland and Ukraine. The last meeting between the German national team and the Spanish national team was a friendly match that took place in 2018 and ended with a 1-1 draw.

Germany overcame Northern Ireland by a strong 6-1 in their final debut in November 2019. Bayern Munich players Serge Gnabry and Leon Goretzka scored five, with Gnabry making one. hattrick on that impressive night. Germany are on a 3-win streak and are unbeaten 5 matches, only 3 of their last 11 encounters ended with victories for the listed teams as hosts. All but one of the last five meetings of the German national team scored more than 2.5 goals, while 2 matches saw both teams score. Low appears to have put his side on the right track after some poor performances during the Nations League inaugural campaign in 2018, which saw Germany fail to win any of their games in a grouping. there is the Netherlands and another big rival is France, Die Mannschaft only got 2 draws and suffered 2 defeats and is at the bottom of the table. They are a vastly different team now with vibrant youngsters popping up, including new Chelsea players Timo Werner and Blues goal Kai Havertz.

Spain passed Euro 2020 qualifiers and La Roja entered this clash with 11 unbeaten games, scoring 9 wins. The visitors went through quite chaotic matches in the Nations League in 2018, they opened the campaign with a 2-1 victory in England before knocking Croatia 6-0 but they ended the campaign with 3-2 defeat at home to England and 3-2 defeat to Croatia. There is one thing that can not be ignored of Spain in this competition is that their matches are quite boring when all 4 matches appear below 2.5 goals. Head coach Luis Enrique, on the other hand, has put in the list a compelling youthful squad, with so many young stars impressing across Europe's major leagues last season. Players like Adama Traore, Ferran Torres, Eric Garcia and Sergio Reguilon all got a chance to make their debut.