The two big nations take centre-take in the UEFA Nations League on Tuesday night ahead of FIFA World Cup. 

Portugal‘s last four games have all ended in draws against Spain, and the country is assembling a strong squad ahead of the biggest tournament. There is now a significant difference between the Euro winner Portugal and the current Portugal team. The current one features a number of high-calibre players, and this could be Ronaldo’s final World Cup, to win the most sought-after trophy of his dream. 

Meanwhile, Spain has played well in recent matches, and under their new manager, they appear to be a good potential side capable of taking on any major power. This will be a tough test for Spain, who are considered favourites for the upcoming competition in November. The La Roja team should not be complacent in this game, as they are facing a quality nation, and this game will determine how far they have progressed since their Nation League final loss to France.

Last five matches 

2 June 2022: Spain 1-1 Portugal (Nations League)
4 June 2021: Spain 0-0 Portugal (International Friendly)
7 October 2020: Portugal 0-0 Spain (International Friendly)
15 June 2018: Portugal 3-3 Spain (2018 FIFA World Cup)
27 June 2012: Portugal 2-4 Spain (pen) (Euro 2010)

Portugal vs Spain: Overall head-to-head

FIFA World Cup

Matches: 6
Portugal: 0
Spain: 4
Draws: 2

UEFA European Championship

Matches: 3
Portugal: 1
Spain: 0
Draws: 2

UEFA Nations League

Matches: 1
Portugal: 0
Spain: 0
Draws: 1

All competitions

Matches: 10
Portugal: 1
Spain: 4
Draws: 12

International Friendly 

Matches: 29
Portugal: 5
Spain: 12
Draws: 12


Matches: 39
Portugal: 6
Spain: 16
Draws: 17

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