How to Watch the UEFA Nations League on September 24 – Spain v. Switzerland, Czech Republic v. Portugal | Channel, Stream, Preview

On the final day of Matchday 5 of the UEFA Nations League season, one country may be able to secure a place in the semi-finals while the rest will try to close the gap during Saturday’s games.

  • Watch the UEFA Nations League DirectTV stream and Football TV

Group A2

  • time: 2:45 p.m. ET
  • Where: La Romareda (Zaragoza, Spain)
  • Channel: Fubo Sports Network
  • Electricity: Football TV

One of just three countries to go unbeaten in the opening window of UNL action was Spain. After opening their 2022/23 season with a couple of draws, the Spanish team beat Switzerland and the Czech Republic and scored eight points in their first four games, scoring six goals in that span and not giving up a single goal in two wins.

The Swiss come into play at the bottom of A2 on Saturday, despite clinching a win in their front row of games in June, namely an impressive 1-0 result against Portugal in the last game before the break. However, Switzerland have only scored two goals so far and are all but eliminated from the knockout rounds.

Spain won their first meeting in June 2-0 against Switzerland and have held 18-1-5 against Switzerland since 1925.

  • Watch the UEFA Nations League DirectTV stream and Football TV

Group A2

  • time: 2:45 p.m. ET
  • Where: Fortuna Arena (Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Channel: FOX Sports 2
  • Electricity: DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, Sling

That loss to Portugal reduced their chances of going into the break leading the group. Instead, they are just one point behind Spain with a 2-1-1 lead before Matchday 5. Their offense was solid, scoring seven goals in their first three games before keeping a clean sheet from Switzerland.

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The Czechs are definitely not out but they will need some help if they want to have a chance to reach the semifinals. They are third in the group with four points thanks to a win against Switzerland and a draw against the Spaniards. However, they lost their last two games before the break, remaining scoreless in both.

This will be only the fifth meeting between the two countries of all time, with Portugal holding a 3-1-0 record against the Czechs and also victories at the 2008 and 2012 UEFA European Championships.

If Spain wins and Portugal loses to the Czechs, Spain will reach the semi-finals of the Nations League for the second time in the tournament’s short history.

The Nations League schedule can be found here

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