Spain vs England

Spain vs England: TV channel, live stream, squad news & preview The Three Lions were beaten by the Spanish at Wembley and will be aiming to improve after their goalless draw with Croatia last time out England travel to Seville to face Spain in their third UEFA Nations League game.

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Spain vs England

The Spanish sit comfortably atop Group A4 with six points and a plus seven goal difference after beating England and Croatia 2-1 and 6-0, respectively.

Gareth Southgate employed a 4-3-3 formation in that game, having utilised a 3-5-2 system for the entirety of the World Cup, and could be set to continue that experiment against Luis Enrique’s side.

Game Spain vs England
Date Monday, October 15
Time 7:45pm BST / 2:45pm EST

TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch

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US TV channel Online stream
Univision Deportes/UniMas fubo TV (7-day free trial)

In the United Kingdom (UK), the game can be watched live on TV on Sky Sports Main Event and it can be streamed live online using Sky Go. The game can also be followed live on Goal here .

UK TV channel Online stream
Sky Sports Main Event Sky Go

Squads & Team News

Position Spain squad
Goalkeepers De Gea, Kepa, Lopez
Defenders Azpilicueta, Jonny, Alonso, Gaya, Nacho, Ramos, Albiol, Bartra
Midfielders Saul, Koke, Thiago, Rodri, Ceballos, Suso, Asensio, Busquets
Forwards Alcacer, Aspas, Rodrigo, Morata

Spain head coach Luis Enrique is missing Real Madrid pair Isco and Dani Carvajal through injury, as well Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa.

Barcelona left-back Jordi Alba continues to be frozen out of the national team by his former club coach, with three left-backs named ahead of him in the squad.

Position England squad
Goalkeepers Pickford, Butland, Bettinelli
Defenders Chilwell, Stones, Maguire, Gomez, Dunk, Walker, Trippier, Alexander-Arnold
Midfielders Dier, Winks, Maddison, Mount, Chalobah, Barkley
Forwards Kane, Welbeck, Rashford, Sancho, Sterling

Goalkeeper Alex McCarthy and left-back Danny Rose were both forced to withdraw from the squad ahead of the Croatia game due to injury concerns, meaning that Southgate is notably light on left-back options outside of Leicester City’s Ben Chilwell, with Luke Shaw also sidelined.

Several young players will be hoping for their full debuts against Spain, with the likes of Jadon Sancho, James Maddison and Mason Mount called up to the senior squad for the first time, with Dele Alli and Jesse Lingard absent through injury.

Jordan Henderson is suspended after his yellow card against Croatia, with Harry Winks a potential replacement.

Marcus Rashford’s 11th-minute opener was swiftly cancelled out by Saul Niguez, before a Rodrigo goal just after the half-hour mark proved decisive.

The Three Lions will be hoping for better this time around, as any result for Spain effectively clinches them top spot in the group, and leaves England and Croatia battling each other to avoid relegation.

And La Roja have been in fine form of late, dismantling Wales 4-1 in their recent friendly despite their injuries and with a handful of key names rested.

England, however, have laboured since exiting the World Cup and losing the third-place playoff, with their only win since then coming in narrow 1-0 victory over Switzerland at home.

Both squads are much-changed since the showpiece event in Russia, and both are missing key players, but Luis Enrique’s men will perhaps feel confident of a result at home against an inexperienced English midfield.

Chiefs vs Patriots

Sunday Night Football odds: Chiefs vs Patriots picks, predictions from model on 58-40 roll

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Chiefs vs Patriots

One of the most anticipated matchups of the season takes place on Sunday Night Football at 8:20 p.m. ET when the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs visit the surging New England Patriots. The Chiefs are coming off a blowout win over the Jaguars, who faced the Patriots in last year’s AFC title game. Meanwhile, the Patriots are looking for a signature win to solidify their turnaround from a sluggish start in which they lost two of their first three games.

New England is a 3.5-point favorite in the latest Chiefs vs. Patriots odds, while the over-under for total points scored is 59.5. Before you make any Chiefs vs. Patriots picks, check out results from the SportsLine Projection Model.

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The model simulates every NFL game 10,000 times and uses advanced analytics to produce winning results for SportsLine members. In a straight-up, pick’em format, their proprietary computer model went 176-80 last season and beat more than 95 percent of CBS Office Pool players in 2016 and 2017, performing better than 98 percent of experts tracked by during that span.

Additionally, it went 48-34 on A-rated picks against the spread last season, and $100 bettors who followed it the past two seasons are up nearly $4,000.

It went a blistering 10-5 straight up in a wild Week 5, including calling the Jets’ victory over the Broncos. It also recommended the Bills (+6) against the spread and on the money line (+230) against the Titans. The model is now on an impressive 58-40 run on all of its top-rated picks.

For Patriots vs. Chiefs, we can tell you that the model is leaning toward the Under, but its much stronger play is on the side. Its bold point-spread pick hits well over 50 percent of the time, and it’s only available at SportsLine.

The model knows the Chiefs are eager to build on their offensive juggernaut, led by second-year phenom Patrick Mahomes at quarterback. Their 35 points per game rank No. 2 in the NFL and their 411.2 yards per contest rank sixth.

Kansas City (5-0) already has withstood two major challenges to maintain a spotless ledger. Two weeks ago, it overcame an inspired effort from the Broncos for three-plus quarters, but Mahomes engineered two fourth-quarter touchdown drives to help the Chiefs escape with a 31-27 victory.

Last week, they were just a field-goal favorite against a Jaguars club that was expected to make things difficult for Kansas City’s playmakers with its physical defense. Instead, the Chiefs jumped out to a 20-point lead and never looked back in the 30-14 win.

Still, there’s no guarantee Kansas City can stay within the spread against a Patriots team that is noted for deflating the momentum of countless upstart opponents.

One such example came just two weeks ago when New England (3-2), reeling from two straight defeats, thumped the previously-unbeaten Dolphins 38-7 in Foxborough. They followed it up with a 38-24 rout of the Colts.

New England’s once-struggling offense appears to have found its groove behind an efficient Tom Brady and a capable running game. Brady threw for 341 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions against the Colts. Rookie Sony Michelprovided punch on the ground with 98 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries.

Who wins Chiefs vs. Patriots on Sunday Night Football? And which side of the spread hits well over 50 percent of the time? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the spread you need to jump on, all from the computer model that has returned nearly $4,000 to $100 bettors over the past two seasons.

Ravens vs Titans

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Ravens vs Titans
A similar heartbreak set upon the Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans last week following disappointing close losses. Now each football team must regroup and face one another Sunday on CBS in hopes of bouncing back with a win.

The Ravens and Titans football game has a kickoff time of 4:25 pm EST / 1:25 pm PST. Find out how to watch Colts vs Titans online live streaming using one of the options offered below.

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The Ravens and Titans are each 3-2 but either one of them could have been 4-1. Baltimore took the Browns to overtime and fell 12-9 when they had a chance to match down the field and score a winning touchdown.

Tennessee came to within a point of the Bills in a game they were favored to win, but ended up losing 13-12. One point separated them from 4-1 and 3-2.

Now that both teams lost close games against opponents they were supposed to beat, only one can complete a rebound effort while the other will suffer a second consecutive loss and fall to .500.

The odds are favorable that whichever team can get their inconsistent offense going will come out on top.

Rams vs Broncos

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Rams vs Broncos

The Los Angeles Rams are poised to protect their prefect record against the Denver Broncos on the road Sunday. Weather will be a factor as snow is in the Colorado forecast.

The Denver vs Los Angeles football game is the first late game on the schedule with a start time of 4:05 pm EST / 1:05 pm PST. Find out how to watch Rams vs Broncos live streaming online with or without cable using one of these options:

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The Rams are the last standing undefeated team in the NFC with a perfect 5-0 record. They’ve dominated most of their opponents, but did get tested in Seattle last week before emerging with a two-point win.

Denver is off to a miserable 2-3 start with new quarterback Case Keenum. To Keenum’s credit he’s starting to hit some big plays down the field and will likely test the Los Angeles secondary with a slick, snowy field favoring the offense.

Entering today’s game the Broncos have dropped three in a row after starting the season 0-2. For the Rams, Denver is the furthest east they’ve traveled so far this season.

Los Angeles is currently three games ahead of the Seahawks in the NFC West.

Jaguars vs Cowboys

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The Jacksonville Jaguars try to steady the ship (boat?) on the road against the Dallas Cowboys at 4:25pm EST.

For a second week in a row, we get Tony Romo and Jim Nantz on the call.

Game will be called on CBS by Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (color) and Tracy Wolfson (sideline).

Despite some ugly losses to start the year off, the Cowboys are only a half-game behind from the lead in the NFC East. While they are undefeated at home and winless on the road in 2018, the numbers historically don’t necessarily project a tremendous home field advantage for Jason Garrett and the Cowboys. Since the opening of AT&T Stadium in Arlington, the Cowboys actually have a better record on the road (.532) than they do at home (.581).

Offensively, the Cowboys have struggled mightily and the passing game under Dak Prescott has failed to launch thus far this season.

Quite frankly, this is a nightmare match up for Dallas in a week where they’ve lost a huge amount of momentum from an overtime loss against self-proclaimed in-state rival Houston Texans. Even though the Cowboys offense has lost it’s power, they do have their generator running in Ezekiel Elliott. Not only is Elliott the NFL’s leading rusher through five weeks with 480 yards on the ground, but he also leads the team in receptions.

In fact, out of the Cowboys 1,539 total yards on offense, Elliott has 635 of them, so he’s basically accounting for over 41% of the team’s yardage production.

In speaking to the media earlier this week, Jaguars linebacker and defensive captain Telvin Smith compared this Cowboys team to their week one match up against the New York Giants where they had to sell out to stop Saquon Barkley in the run game to shut down the offense. The same game plan will be implemented this week, and one positive is that the Cowboys don’t have an Odell Beckham Jr. who could burn the secondary on play action. Expect the Jaguars to play heavy press man this week and get some takeaways to help their miserable -7 turnover ratio.

The Cowboys defense is a different story, and it starts up front with their “Hot Boyz” defensive line piloted by 2017 Pro Bowl defensive end Demarcus “Tank” Lawrence. Tank is averaging over a sack a game in a contract year and that spells trouble for ex-teammate Jermey Parnell at right tackle, who had a howler last week against Dee Ford. While banged up, the Jaguars interior offensive line should hold their own against the Cowboys defensive tackles as long as David Irving doesn’t suit up in this game. Despite having his suspension lifted last week, Irving has been battling with a domestic court issue and just returned to practice for the first time this past Thursday. Even without Irving, Antwaun Woods has been playing very well for the Cowboys this season and needs to be accounted for.

As you go into the Cowboys’ second level, things don’t get much easier with middle linebacker Jaylon Smith playing incredible football so far in 2018 as he continues to get back to the top-five caliber prospect that he was prior to a devastating knee injury in his final collegiate game at Notre Dame. Next to Smith, rookie first round pick Leighton Vander Esch had a whopping 14 tackles last week against the Texans and may very well Wally Pipp veteran linebacker Sean Lee with how well he is playing.

The secondary is where it gets interesting for the Cowboys. The decision to move Byron Jones to cornerback this offseason has paid huge dividends for Dallas, as Jones is currently ranked as the top cornerback in the NFL through five weeks by PFF, and Chidobe Awuzie is a fan favorite on the other side of Jones. The safety position, however? Disaster. The Cowboys had well-warranted interest in Earl Thomas and their committee approach of Kavon Frazier, Jeff Heath, and Xavier Woods have really hampered the Cowboys’ passing defense from being a top ten unit. The Cowboys did not have an interception this season until Woods intercepted Deshaun Watson late in the game last week, which is good news for Blake Bortles.

For some thoughts from the Cowboys’ persepctive, check out Ryan O’Bleness’ crossover piece with Dave Halprin of Blogging the Boys.

I didn’t want to re-visit this so quickly after following up a Titans loss with a week four win against the Jets, but here we are:

Doug Marrone improves to 14-8 as the head coach of the @Jaguars, and his 0.636 winning percentage is the highest in franchise history.

In 9 games played following a loss under Marrone, Jacksonville is 8-1 (4-0 at home) with a +147-point differential.

— Tad Dickman (@TDickman89) October 1, 2018
The Jaguars’ ability to bounce back after a loss will continue to be an interesting storyline throughout Doug Marrone’s tenure. Combine this statistic with the pattern pointing to “Good Blake” this week and the Jaguars could take back some national attention following a poor showing in Kansas City.

Another major storyline this week comes courtesy of former Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns publicly putting offensive coordinator Scott Linehan on blast to ESPN reporter Josina Anderson.

Allen Hurns told Josina Anderson that part of the problem with the passing game is the playcalling, including calling the playcall on Dak’s second INT on Sunday night “the worst playcall you can make against that coverage”. He also said the blocking, WRs, & Dak deserve blame too.

Hurns was a multi-winner of the Jaguars Media Good Guy award and these griping comments are certainly out of character for Hurns. This tells me that the frustration in the Cowboys locker room with their offensive coaches is very real, and a game against a top defensive unit such as the Jaguars could light the fuse.

The Jaguars signed former Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough to their practice squad on Thursday, and while there is no doubt the need exists for a behemoth 235-pounder who can run between the tackles, the timing of the move is interesting. The Cowboys released Scarbrough from their practice squad earlier this week, so he should be able to provide the team with some interesting nuggets as they prepare for the game. The Jaguars used a top-thirty official visit on Scarbrough before the draft and could be the Alabama running back that hangs around if T.J. Yeldon leaves in free agency.

Not much of a match up if you ask me, but Hurns does have familiarity with Ramsey and it will be interesting to see how he’s instructed his offensive coordinator to game plan against the Jaguars cornerbacks. Hurns has the play strength to combat press man, but Ramsey is so much more athletic that it might not matter. Don’t expect Hurns to add much to his 8 catches for 84 yards season stat line.

After dialing up 70 pass attempts last week against the Chiefs despite averaging over five yards per carry, expect Nathanial Hackett to ride his new cavalry this week with plenty of rotation between T.J. Yeldon, Jamaal Charles, and even David Williams. The Jaguars will need to tire out the Cowboys defensive line this week and work off the play action, so expect a high-volume tackle game for the Cowboys impressive young linebackers.

Conversely, the Jaguars need to sell out to stop Ezekiel Elliott from carving them up on the ground. Luckily for Todd Wash, run-plugging nose tackle Marcell Dareus is playing some of his best football in a Jaguars uniform and Myles Jack and Telvin Smith have the speed to attack downfield and fill gaps closer to the line of scrimmage. Shut down Zeke and win the game. It’s that easy.

Jermey Parnell vs. Demarcus Lawrence

Parnell was a turnstile against Dee Ford last week, and his life doesn’t get any easier going against his former Cowboys teammate Demarcus Lawrence. The good news for JP is that he was getting beat with speed on wide arcs last week and that’s not really Lawrence’s game, as he prefers to bull rush and stack moves to shed at the point of attack. Hopefully Parnell plays well enough that he’ll be left alone on Instagram after the game.

Josh Walker vs. Taco Charlton/Randy Gregory

This is the match up that should keep you up at night. In limited reps last week, Josh Walker was fine when he was able to get his hands on Justin Houston and Breeland Speaks with his initial punch and did well to corral them past their rush lane. However, when Walker whiffed on speed moves, it was bad. Taco Charlton may not be the most incendiary rusher, but Randy Gregory could be a match up nightmare for the guard-turned-tackle.

Final prediction
“Good teams don’t lose two games in a row.” – Calais Campbell

Good teams may not, but injured teams certainly can. Were it not for some injuries especially along the Jaguars offensive line, this game would be a slam dunk for the Jaguars. With that being said, the Texans awful offensive tackles held their own for the most part against the Cowboys, and Kendall Lamm at right tackle especially did enough to keep Demarcus Lawrence from doing too much damage. If the Texans line can hold up, I’m confident that this Jaguars unit that still should have it’s starting interior trio starting will get the job done.

Steelers vs Bengals

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Steelers vs Bengals

It’s prediction time, everyone. The Pittsburgh Steelers have clawed their way back to respectability with last week’s win over the Atlanta Falcons and this week are given a golden opportunity to make headway toward the top of the AFC North with a win over the Cincinnati Bengals. But things won’t be easy.

Conner and the offensive line found their groove last week and it continues against the Bengals. Look for half of that to come as a receiver.Sign up for the Steelers Wire email newsletter to get our top stories in your inbox every morning

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After throwing for more than 300 yards in each of the team’s first three games, Big Ben has been held in check the last two. But against their chief rivals, Roethlisberger will let it fly for big yards.

Defensive coordinator Keith Butler figured out this defense can be pretty darn dominant when they are more aggressive last week. Knocking Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton off his spot is the key to victory and the Steelers are going to do it with lots of blitzes.

It can’t all be good news. There is going to be so much emotion and so much physicality in this game, look for players to lose their cool and lack some discipline. Bank on most of these penalties coming on the defensive side of the football.

With all these weapons, the Steelers offense can practically pick and choose who they target in the red zone. And if you want to point to the biggest area of improvement this season with Randy Fichtner in charge it’s redzone efficiency. With that, expect Pittsburgh to find lots of ways to get scores.

Despite the fact the Steelers winning 14 of the last 17 and the last six in a row, the Steelers are looking up at the Bengals. But history matters and the Steelers know how to beat this team no matter how good the Bengals appear to be. The Steelers win a close win late 35-28.