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Spain vs Germany: Preview, predictions and lineups

Spain v Georgia: Round of 16 - EURO 2024

It’s crunch time at Euro 2024 and the quarter-finals begin in style on Friday evening when the red-hot Spain face hosts Germany in Stuttgart.

These two nations have arguably been the most impressive teams at the tournament this summer and both made light work of their respective last-16 ties to advance into the last eight.

After topping a stacked Group B without conceding, Spain overcame a first-half scare after falling behind to beat Georgia 4-1, racking up a whopping 35 shots while eventually taming the Georgians’ stellar threat on the counter.

Germany, meanwhile, certainly got the rub of the green against the Danes but their performance on Saturday night was typically efficient in rather treacherous conditions. Kai Havertz and Jamal Musiala were on the scoresheet in a 2-0 victory.

Many would have been content with this tie being the final on 14 July but a lopsided draw means the pair must face off at a rather premature stage. The winner of Friday’s clash will face either Portugal or France in the semi-finals.

Here’s 90min’s preview of the mammoth Euro 2024 quarter-final tie between Spain and Germany.

Spain vs Germany H2H Record (Last Five Games)

Current form (all competitions)



Spain 4-1 Georgia – 30/06/24

Germany 2-0 Denmark – 29/06/24

Albania 0-1 Spain – 24/06/24

Switzerland 1-1 Germany – 23/06/24

Spain 1-0 Italy – 20/06/24

Germany 2-0 Hungary – 19/06/24

Spain 3-0 Croatia – 15/06/24

Germany 5-1 Scotland – 14/06/24

Spain 5-1 Northern Ireland – 08/06/24

Germany 2-1 Greece – 07/06/24


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Spain v Georgia: Round of 16 - EURO 2024

Olmo scored off the bench against Georgia / Anadolu/GettyImages

Spain once again impressed in the round of 16 with Luis de la Fuente’s preferred XI returning after the manager made wholesale changes for their final group victory over Albania.

There are unlikely to be alterations to the starting lineup for Friday’s quarter-final, although Dani Olmo is pushing to make the team having scored off the bench last time out.

Rodri has already served a one-game suspension, while Robin Le Normand, Alvaro Morata and Dani Vivian are all walking the yellow card tightrope.

Spain predicted lineup vs Germany (4-3-3): Simon; Carvajal, Laporte, Le Normand, Cucurella; Rodri, Pedri, Fabian; Yamal, Morata, Williams.

Nico Schlotterbeck

Schlotterbeck impressed in the last 16 and could keep his place / Image Photo Agency/GettyImages

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