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KTN Home to have a big match in the second round of Euro 2020 championship. 



Spain goes to a must-win match to get the important three points on the board when they play their second group match at this summer's European Championship against Poland on Saturday night.

Luis Enrique men began their Group E test with a goalless draw against Sweden on Monday, while Poland experienced a 2-1 wound to Slovakia, which put them in a danger zone ahead of the Spain clash.

Spain had enough chances to beat Sweden in their Group E opener on Monday night, but they found opposition goalkeeper Robin Olsen in extraordinary form.

Alvaro Morata missed several chances in the first half of the game, while, there were reassuring signs from La Roja notwithstanding the relatively disappointing nature of the result.

Spain cannot be confirmed in the top two or eliminated after matchday two, but a win over Poland would place them in a strong position heading into their final group game against a talented Slovakia on June 23.

La Roja is bidding to win a fourth European Championship, which would make them the most successful team in the history of the competition.

Spain's readiness for Euro 2020 was far from perfect due to Sergio Busquets's positive coronavirus test, but the national team have now had time to achieve after a tumultuous build-up, and they honestly cannot be rubbished at this level notwithstanding struggling at the 2014 World Cup, Euro 2016 and 2018 World Cup.

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