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The way to watch Brazil vs Spain in Olympics 2020 Last from India?

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No team was consistently in front of goal at these Olympics …

Brazil will look to defend its Olympic gold medal when they face Spain in the final at Nissan Stadium on Saturday.

The Brazilians won the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio and want to be the fifth team ever to win Olympic gold in a row. However, Spain will look to win their second Olympic gold after first winning it in Barcelona in 1992.

Andre Jardine’s Brazilians, who competed in the Olympic Games with a high score after beating Germany, have only hit the net four times in the last four games before this duel.

In the meantime, La Furia Roja have scored just one goal or less in four of the five games in those games, with the 5-2 win in overtime against Ivory Coast in the quarter-finals being a notable exception.

This is how you see Brazil versus Spain in India.


  1. What time is Brazil against Spain?
  2. This is how you see Brazil versus Spain
  3. Brazil vs. Spain: team news

When does the Olympic final between Brazil and Spain start?

Spain secured their spot in the Olympic soccer final at Yokohama International Stadium after Marco Asensio scored the only goal of the game in extra time against Japan and ended in a 1-0 win.

Brazil secured their spot with a penalty shoot-out in a 4-1 penalty shoot-out win over Mexico after the game ended 0-0 after extra time.

game Brazil versus Spain
date Saturday 7th August
Time 5 p.m. IS

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How to watch Brazil vs Spain on TV and live stream in India

Marco Asensio Spain Olympic Games

In India, the Olympic Games will be broadcast on the Sony Pictures Sports Network (SPSN). Online streaming will be available in the SonyLIV and JioTV apps.

TV channelOnline streaming
Sony Ten 2, Sony Six, Sony Ten 1SonyLIV, JioTV

Commentary will also be available in national languages ​​across India.

Hindi TV channelsTV channels in Tamil and Telugu
Sony Ten 3Sony Ten 4

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Brazil vs. Spain: team news

Matheus Cunha faces a late fitness test after missing the semifinals against Egypt due to injury. Paulinho is ready to take his place again should he not recover.

Marcos Asensio will be pushing for the start on his return from the bench to score the winning goal in extra time against Japan in the final round.

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