Spain Vs Macedonia IST Time, TV Telecast / Broadcast Channels In India: Get ready for another great game featuring Spain and Macedonia in FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifier. Today we are going to reveal IST Time and Indian TV channels that will provide live telecast of Spain vs Macedonia match. Spain are playing decent qualification competition, but they have to maintain this run in order to qualify directly to the finals. But first they need a win against Macedonia on 12th November 2016 at the Estadio Los Carmenes. Have a look on the full scheduled of this qualifier game.
Spain Vs Macedonia IST Time, TV Telecast / Broadcast Channels In India
- Competition: 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers
- Date: 13 November 2016
- Time: 1:15 am [GMT]
- Venue: Estadio Los Carmenes, Granada
- Seating capacity: 22,524 spectators
- Home team: Spain
- Away team: Macedonia
- Match day: 4th
- Telecast channels in India: Sony Six SD, Sony Six HD
Spain vs Macedonia will begin at 1:15 am on 13 November 2016 according to Indian Standard Time. Indian fans can watch this game live on TV telecast channels Sony Six SD and Sony Six HD.
Spain Vs Macedonia FIFA World Cup Qualifier Preview
Chelsea’s striker Diego Costa is ruled out of the clash against Macedonia because of thigh injury. Former Liverpool striker Lago Aspas who scored seven goals for Celta Vigo this season is expected to replace him.
Undefeated so far Spain have won two out of three games and drew once in FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifiers. With having goal difference of 10, they are currently leading the group G table with seven points. Italy also have 7 points, but because of 3 goal difference, they are at second spot.
Macedonia have not won any game in this qualification process. In-fact, they lost all first three games against Albania, Israel and Italy. One more defeat could cost them out of the qualification race.
Looking on current performances of both teams, Spain are the favorite to win this game. If they wins against Macedonia, they will be at the top of the group g table standings.
Spain: De Gea; Azpilicueta, Carvajal, Monreal, Bartra; Busquets, Mata, Koke; Nolito, Morata, Silva
Macedonia: Bogatinov; Ristovski, Mojsov, Shikov, Ristevski, Zhuta; Hasani, Spirovski, Alioski; Pandev, Nestorovski.