Norway vs Spain
  • Norway vs Spain will take place on Sunday at 9:45pm.
  • Spain are in second place on the table on 12 points, three behind log leading Scotland who have played an extra game.
  • Norway are third on 10 points with an extra game as well.

The 2024 UEFA Euro qualifiers are on the homestretch with various teams hunting for a ticket for the tournament which is scheduled to be held in Germany between Friday June 14 and Sunday 14 July 2024.

Spain and Norway are among the nations that are yet to confirm their spot in the prestigious event with the two sides expected to give their all when they play their Group A fixture on Sunday, October 15. 

Spain go into the match as favorites having beaten Scotland 2-0 in their latest match staged at Estadio La Cartuja in Sevilla to boost their chances of qualifying as group winners. 


Atletico Madrid goal poacher Alvaro Morata and Athletic Bilbao attacking midfielder Oihan Sancet were on the scoresheet for La Roja.

Norway, who sit third in the log with 9 points, three less than Scotland, are aiming to qualify for the tournament for the first time since 2000.

The Lions have registered three consecutive wins to keep their campaign alive, their latest victory coming on Wednesday in the 4-0 thrashing of minnows Cyprus. 

Manchester City’s goal machine Erling Haaland bagged a brace with Alexander Sorloth and Fredrik Aursnes also finding the back of the net.

Norway vs Spain

Here are all the key details you need to know about the eagerly anticipated match.

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What time does Norway vs Spain start?

The match is scheduled to kick off at 9:45 pm Kenyan time at the Ulleval Stadion in Oslo.

Norway vs Spain Team News

Spain is expected to be without the services of several star players including Paris Saint Germain forward Marco Asensio, Dani Olmo, Nico Williams and Yeremy Pino.

FC Barcelona wonderkid Lamine Yamal, Alejandro Balde and the experienced Jose Gaya are also sidelined due to injuries.

Unlike Spain, Norway have most of their players available. The Stale Solbakken-coached side will rely on Arsenal midfielder Martin Odegard and Haaland to get them over the line.

The latter has netted 27 times for his country and is on the verge of overtaking Norway’s all-time scorer Jorgen Juve whose tally stands at 32.


Norway vs Spain head-to-head

The two sides have met each other five times since 2003 with Norway failing to register a win over the 2010 FIFA World Cup winners.

Spain have enjoyed four wins over their opponents while one of the matches ended in a 1-1 draw.

Norway: 0

Draws: 1

Spain: 4

Alvaro Morata

Norway vs Spain Current Form

Spain have won all five of their international matches. The Luis de la Fuente charges last tasted defeat in March this year, falling 2-0 at the hands of Scotland.

Since then, La Roja has beaten the likes of Italy, Croatia, Georgia, Cyprus and Scotland. 

Their opponents on the other hand have registered four back to back wins in their recent five games.

Norway’s last defeat came on Monday, June 17 when the team narrowly lost 2-1 to Scotland in a Euro qualifiers match.

Norway: LWWWW

Spain: WWWWW

Norway vs Spain Prediction

Although the visitors can afford to lose the match since they are likely to register comfortable wins in two of their remaining matches, Spain would be keen to maintain the three point gap over Scotland at the top of Group A standings. 

La Roja’s success in Oslo is not guaranteed though since Norway will give their all to increase their chances of booking a seat on the Germany-bound plane. Therefore, the match is likely to witness goals from both sides.

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