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Croatia take on Spain in their final group game in the Euro 2016 at the Matmut Atlantique Stadium in Bordeaux on Tuesday (21 June).

Where to watch live

Kick-off is at 8pm BST. Live TV coverage of the game in the UK is available on BBC One. Radio commentary is available on BBC Radio 5 live. Live TV coverage in India is available on Sony Six and Sony ESPN, with mobile and online coverage available on SonyLiv. Kick-off is at 12.30am IST (Wednesday).

Click here for the list of Euro 2016 broadcasters across the globe.


Spain have already qualified for the Round of 16, but Croatia can take the top spot in Group D with a victory over the defending champions. They can also lose the second spot if they are beaten and the Czech Republic put it across Turkey in their final game. Vicente del Bosque's team need just a draw to ensure first place in the group, which will ensure a favourable draw in the next phase of the tournament.

The two-time back-to-back Euro winners turned on the style in their game against Turkey and came away 3-0 winners with Alvaro Morata netting a brace and Nolito adding the third. The manager is likely to make changes ahead of their clash against the Croatians, with the fringe players in line for some game time.

Luka Modric
Luka Modric will miss Croatia's final group game against Spain through injury Getty

Croatia will need at least a point to ensure qualification; otherwise they will have to hope for the Czech Republic to slip up against Turkey in their match which will take place simultaneously. Ante Cacic would have been disappointed after his team threw away a two-goal lead in their previous match against Petr Cech and co to drop two points and will be keen to put in a better performance against one of the pre-tournament favourites.

Croatia suffered a big blow during their 2-2 draw against the Czech Republic with Luka Modric suffering a thigh injury. He is ruled out for their final group game, but the manager will be hoping to have him back for the Round of 16 clash.

Spain lead the head-to-head between the two teams 3-1 with their latest win coming four years ago in the group stages.


  • Spain to win

Betting odds (betfair)

  • Croatia win: 15/4
  • Draw: 2
  • Spain win: 19/20

What manager's say

Ante Cacic (Croatia): This is the game that decides who will be first in our group. We are up against a quality side, the double European champions, a team full of quality, of players from Barcelona and Real Madrid. A team that know the game and take their chances. They have been playing big games like these for years.

In some ways we have to have an eye on what is coming up in the knockout stage, so we will use this game as preparation for that. We deserve to get to the next round, as do Spain. The group was really tough. We threw away victory against the Czech Republic, but this match now will help define how Croatia do from here onwards.

Vicente del Bosque (Spain): I don't know if it's ideal to rest players right now. The players have got some rhythm going and it could be counterproductive to change things. Andrés Iniesta is doing great work going forward. He is in great shape and doing really well.

Luka Modrić is one of Croatia's best players and has been excellent for Real Madrid. Generallly speaking, though, Croatia are a really well-organised outfit. We are going to try to beat them and we will pick what we think are the 11 best players at this moment in time.

Team news


Possible XI: Subašić; Srna, Ćorluka, Vida, Strinić; Brozović, Badelj; Pjaca, Rakitić, Perišić; Mandžukić.


Possible XI: De Gea; Bellerín, Piqué, San José, Alba; Busquets; Pedro, Thiago, Iniesta, Nolito; Morata.