Two of the favourites for the European Championship this summer will face off in a friendly tonight as Spain host Portugal.
Spain and Portugal both have great records in the Euros and one of the two countries have been involved in the last four finals.
Portugal won the last tournament in 2016 and made the final back in 2004 while Spain claimed back-to-back victories in 2008 and 2012.
Both will be hoping to go far this summer and will ramped up their preparations this evening.
Spain will then kick-off their tournament by taking on Sweden on Monday, June 14 while Portugal face Hungary in their opener a day later.
Spain v Portugal: How to watch
This match will be held at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano on Friday, June 4 and will kick-off at 6:30pm.
The game is being broadcast on Sky Sports Football from 6:25pm.
Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.
If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £9.99.
Euro 2020 fixtures
- June 8 – Spain vs Lithuania 19:45 (friendly)
- June 14 – Spain vs Sweden 20:00
- June 19 – Spain vs Poland 20:00
- June 23 – Slovakia vs Spain 17:00
- June 9 – Portugal vs Israel 19:45 (friendly)
- June 15 – Portugal vs Hungary 20:00
- June 19 – Portugal vs Germany 17:00
- June 23 – France vs Portugal 20:00
Spain v Portugal: Team news
Goalkeepers: David de Gea (Manchester United), Unai Simon (Athletic), Robert Sanchez (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Defenders: Jose Gaya (Valencia), Jordi Alba (Barcelona), Pau Torres (Villarreal), Aymeric Laporte (Manchester City), Eric García (Manchester City), Diego Llorente (Leeds United), Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea)
Midfielders: Thiago Alcantara (Liverpool), Sergio Busquets (Barcelona), Koke (Atletico), Marcos Llorente (Atletico), Dani Olmo (Leipzig), Rodri (Manchester City), Fabian Ruiz (Napoli), Pablo Sarabia (Paris), Ferran Torres (Manchester City), Adama Traore (Wolves)
Forwards: Alvaro Morata (Juventus), Gerard Moreno (Villarreal), Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad), Pedri (Barcelona)
Goalkeepers: Anthony Lopes (Lyon), Rui Patrício (Wolves), Rui Silva (Granada)
Defenders: Joao Cancelo (Manchester City), Rúben Dias (Manchester City), Jose Fonte (LOSC Lille), Raphael Guerreiro (Dortmund), Nuno Mendes (Sporting CP), Pepe (Porto), Nelson Semedo (Wolves)
Midfielders: William Carvalho (Real Betis), Danilo (Paris), Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United), Goncalo Guedes (Valencia), Joao Moutinho (Wolves), Ruben Neves (Wolves), Sergio Oliveira (Porto), Joao Palhinha (Sporting CP), Pote (Sporting CP), Renato Sanches (LOSC Lille), Bernardo Silva (Manchester City)
Forwards: Joao Felix (Atletico Madrid), Diogo Jota (Liverpool), Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus), Andre Silva (Eintracht Frankfurt), Rafa Silva (Benfica)
Spain v Portugal: What has been said?
Cristiano Ronaldo has set his sights on winning back-to-back European Championships with Portugal this summer.
Ronaldo was memorably in tears after his side beat France 1-0 in the Euro 2016 final after limping off in the 25th minute.
Fernando Santos’ side are among the favourites to retain their crown five years on, with a squad crammed with quality, and are hoping to join Spain in being the only other country to win successive European Championships.
“I have spoken before about what an important moment that European Football Championship win was for the Portuguese team, and for the country,” Ronaldo said.
“We were so proud to be able to bring the trophy home. It was very emotional.
“To win it again would be incredible, and of course we go to the tournament with that as our ambition, we have a good team but also we know there are a lot of very strong teams there.”
That evening in Paris was bittersweet for Ronaldo after he suffered a match-ending injury in the first half.
The 36-year-old usually thrives on being the main man, but even though he has led his clubs to many of the top trophies over the last 15 years, he ranks winning Euro 2016 as his most enjoyable piece of silverware.
“Well, the start of the tournament was going well for me but then I was sad because I got injured. By the end of the match I was crying with happiness.
“I experienced three types of feelings and emotions in that game, but at the end of the day it was unbelievable what I felt. It is probably the most important trophy that I’ve won in my life.”