Morocco vs Spain: TV channel, kick-off time, stream FREE, team news and prediction for World Cup last-16 match | The Sun

SPAIN have their hands full with African giants Morocco in a World Cup last-16 encounter – but they'll be eager to recover from what happened against Japan.

The 2010 champions suffered a defeat in their final group match courtesy of Ao Tanaka's late winner despite the ball seemingly going out of play in the build up.

But Spain will still be confident in their ability to get the job done which was shown in their opening 7-0 thrashing on Costa Rica.

However, Morocco just became the first African nation to top their World Cup group since 1998 – finishing above Croatia and Belgium.

Furthermore, the Moroccans find themselves on a eight-match unbeaten run and they'll be determined not to let that slip.

When is Morocco vs Spain?

  • Morocco's exciting last-16 match against Spain will take place on Tuesday, 6 December.
  • The World Cup contest is scheduled to get underway at 3pm UK time.
  • Education City Stadium is the allocated arena for this encounter and it can host approximately 44,667 fans.
  • It ended 2-2 when these two huge nations met in at the 2018 World Cup.

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What TV channel is it on and can it be live streamed?

  • Morocco vs Spain will be shown live BBC One in the UK.
  • Coverage is set to commence from 2:30pm UK time – 30 minutes before kick-off.
  • Viewers also have the option to stream the game live via the BBC iPlayer app or through the BBC Sport website.

Can I watch it for free?

YES! Fans in the UK can watch Morocco's mouth-watering match against Spain for FREE as long as you have a valid TV license.

What are the odds?

After 90 mins:

  • Morocco 11/2
  • Draw 11/4
  • Spain 11/20

To qualify:

  • Morocco 16/5
  • Spain 2/9

Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication

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