The Spanish Under-21 team is looking for a place in the European Sub-21 final on Thursday. Spain takes on France, another of the favorites, after the feat of qualifying after winning 5-0 in Poland, which allowed it to pass as the first group to the semifinals and, in this way, also access the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
The Spain-France semifinals of the European sub 21 is played this Thursday, June 27, at 9:00 p.m. The match that decides a position for the final can be followed live by Cuatro
Mikel Oyarzabal will be available for the semifinal, recovered from the ankle discomfort suffered in the match against Poland. The Real Sociedad striker started in the three group matches and, after starting the first two in a row, acted false nine against Poland, where he contributed a goal to the resounding 5-0 final.
The boys of Luis De La Fuente will come to the appointment with five days of rest that allowed them to recover physical and mental energy after a very intense first phase. Sevillians Dani Ceballos and Fabián Ruiz, the two most outstanding players during the group stage, will be decisive again in a game that is expected to be very hard given the physical strength of the French.
The other semifinals are played by Germany and Romania, and can also be followed live by Cuatro from 6pm. .