Neither side have been consistent in front of goal at these Olympics…Brazil will be looking to defend their Olympic gold medal when they take on Spain in Saturday’s final at the Nissan Stadium.
The Brazilians won the Rio 2016 Olympics and will be looking to be only the fifth team ever to win back-to-back Olympic golds. However, Spain will be looking to win their second Olympic gold, having won it first at Barcelona 1992.
Having started the Olympics after a high scoring win over Germany, Andre Jardine’s Brazil have only found the net four times in their last four matches coming into this clash. Editors’ Picks
Meanwhile, La Furia Roja have scored only one goal or fewer in four of their five matches at these games, with the 5-2 extra-time victory over the Ivory Coast in the quarter-finals a notable exception.
Here’s how to watch Brazil vs Spain in India.
Contents What time is Brazil vs Spain? How to watch Brazil vs Spain Brazil vs Spain: Team news  What time does Olympic final between Brazil and Spain start?Spain booked their spot in the Olympic football final at the International Yokohama Stadium after Marco Asensio scored the only goal of the game in extra-time against Japan, ending in a 1-0 victory.
Brazil, meanwhile, secured their place through penalties in a 4-1 shootout victory over Mexico after the game ended 0-0 after extra-time.
Game Brazil vs Spain Date Saturday, August 7 Time 5pm IST Return to top
 
How to watch Brazil vs Spain on TV & live stream in India
In India, the Olympics will be broadcast on the Sony Pictures Sports Network (SPSN). Online streaming will be available on the SonyLIV and JioTV apps.
TV channels Online streaming Sony Ten 2, Sony Six, Sony Ten 1 SonyLIV, JioTV Commentary will also be available in vernacular languages across India. Hindi TV channels Tamil & Telugu TV channels Sony Ten 3 Sony Ten 4 Return to top
 
Brazil vs Spain: Team newsMatheus Cunha will face a late fitness test after missing the semi-final against Egypt due to injury, with Paulinho ready to take his place once again should he fail to recover.
Marcos Asensio will be pushing to start after coming off the bench to score the extra-time winner over Japan in the last round.
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