Spain vs Greece World Cup Live Football Score 25 Mar 2021
Spain vs Greece
World Cup Qualification
Date: Thursday, 25 March 2021
Kick-off at 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET
Venue: Estadio Los Carmenes (Granada).
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- Date: Thursday, Mar. 24 | Time: 3:45 p.m. ET
- Location: Estadio Municipal — Granada, Spain
- TV/Live stream: ESPN+
- Odds: Spain -800; Draw +650; Greece +2000 (via William Hill Sportsbook)
Spain: Though holdovers from Spain’s golden era remain there is an increasingly youthful look to this squad with first call-ups for Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez, Sporting’s defender Pedro Porro, teenager Pedri and Bryan Gil, the Sevilla youngster who has been thriving on loan at Eibar this season. “I really liked him from the first talk I had with him,” Spain boss Luis Enrique said of Gil.
“He can contribute a lot to our football style and he has many things. He is intense and intelligent when it comes to attacking and defending.” Gil’s debut may come off the bench with Mikel Oyarzabal and Gerard Moreno the most likely options to flank Alvaro Morata but with Dani Olmo and Ferran Torres also available to Enrique there is plenty of young promise out wide for Spain.
Greece: Prior to the start of this season Giorgos Giakoumakis, 26, had scored 25 goals in his career. He already has 27 this season and the VVV-Venlo striker has nine more Eredivisie goals than any other player in 2020-21.
Of course European football history is littered with recent examples of players who have struggled to take their scoring exploits in the Dutch league to a higher level and Thursday’s game in Granada could offer an indication as to whether Giakoumakis has the quality to shine at the highest level.
Greece are unlikely to be an easy out for Spain but Enrique’s side will have talent on the pitch and on the bench to carry the day. PICK: Spain 2 Greece 0