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Spain vs Liechtenstein, World Cup Qualifying live stream: Start time, TV listings, how to watch online

David Silva and Nolito take the pitch for La Roja and represent Manchester City

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The second and final week of the international break starts today, and two Manchester City stars play for La Roja on Monday.

David Silva and Nolito will represent Spain in the opening match of the 2018 World Cup European Qualifiers against Liechtenstein. The Spaniards are overwhelming favorites to not only win, but blow out the opposition. Julen Lopetegui had a fantastic debut in charge of Spain with a great performance and a dominant win on the road against Belgium, and the new Spain manager hopes to maintain the momentum and easily beat a weak opponent to build up confidence in himself and the work he wants to do with the side.

Silva was an integral part of last Thursday's victory in Belgium, and the City magician is likely to do more of the same today. So please, do not miss it.


Date/Time: Monday, September 5, 2016, 8:45pm local time (CET), 7:45pm BST (UK), 2:45pm ET, 11:45am PT (US), 12:15am IST (India, next day)

Venue: Estadio Municipal Reino de León, León, Spain

Referee: Lee Evans (WAL)

Manchester City players: David Silva, Nolito

TV listings: Fox Sports 1 (US), Univisión Deportes, UniMás (US - Spanish), Sportsnet World (Canada), Sony Six HD (India), TVE La 1 (Spain), elsewhere

Online streaming: Fox Sports GO, Fox Soccer2Go (US), Sportsnet World Now (Canada),FuboTV (US, monthly subscription, click here to sign up), elsewhere

(Listings via LiveSoccerTV)