Euro 2020 Bracket: Italy vs. Spain Kickoff Time, How to Watch Live

Italy and Spain meet in the first Euro 2020 semifinal on Tuesday in London, in the latest chapter of one of European soccer's most storied rivalries.

The Azzurri and La Roja have met in the knockout stages of the last three European championships, with Spain prevailing in a penalty shootout in the quarterfinals in 2008 en route to its second continental triumph, before thrashing Italy 4-0 in the final four years later to defend its title.

Five years ago, however, it was Italy who came out on top, winning 2-0 in the Round of 16 to end effectively end the era of Spanish domination that had begun eight years earlier.

While Italy has defeated Spain just twice in the last 14 meetings, it arrives at Wembley Stadium on the back of a team-record 32-game unbeaten run, which has included 13 consecutive wins. The latest addition to the streak came on Friday night, when the four-time world champions eliminated Belgium, the world's No. 1-ranked team for the last for years, 2-1 in the quarterfinals.

Italy and Spain at Euro 2020
Italy's forward Lorenzo Insigne (L) celebrates scoring against Turkey in Rome on June 11 and Spain's forward Mikel Oiarzabal celebrates his goal against Croatia in Copenhagen on June 28. Italy will face Spain in the first Euro 2020 semifinal at Wembley Stadium in London on July 6. Mike Hewitt/Stuart Franklin/Pool/AFP/Getty Images

Under former Manchester City coach Roberto Mancini, Italy's has ditched the safety-first style that had characterized it in the past, placing renewed emphasis on a new brand of attacking soccer. The change in mentality has paid dividends, as the Azzurri have scored 11 goals in five games at Euro 2020 so far, conceding just twice in the process.

Spain, meanwhile, has overcome a slow start to reach a third semifinal in the last four European Championships. After scoring just one goal and drawing the first two games against Sweden and Poland, Spain put five past both Slovakia and Croatia before overcoming Switzerland in a penalty shootout in the quarterfinals.

If there's a concern for Luis Enrique's men is that they have played 120 minutes in both their knockout games, while Italy needed just 90 minutes to get past Belgium after going to extra time against Austria in the Round of 16.

Here's all you need to know ahead of Tuesday's game—including how to watch and Italy vs. Spain live stream details and Euro 2020 Bracket.

When is Italy vs. Spain?

Italy faces Spain at 8 p.m. local time (3 p.m. ET) on Tuesday, July 6. The winner will face either England or Denmark in the final on Sunday, July 11.

Where is Italy vs. Spain?

Italy plays Spain at Wembley Stadium in London, which will also host both semifinals and the final.

Both teams have played all their three group games at home—Italy in Rome, Spain in Sevilla—but Italy played at Wembley in the Round of 16, defeating Austria 2-1 in extra-time.

Spains goalkeeper Unai Simon celebrates beating Switzerland
Spain celebrates beating Switzerland
Italys Nicolo Barella scores against Belgium
Italys Leonardo Bonucci
Italy and Spain defeated Belgium and Switzerland in the quarterfinals.

How to watch Italy vs. Spain on TV and online

The game is broadcast on ESPN, with a live stream available on ESPN+ and via the ESPN app on mobile and tablets. The game will also be available via streaming services such as fuboTV and Sling TV, which both carry ESPN.

Italy vs. Spain team news

Italy lost left-back and player of the tournament candidate Leonardo Spinazzola to a torn Achilles he suffered against Belgium, with Chelsea defender Emerson Palmieri expected to replace him. Spain, meanwhile, will be without winger Pablo Sarabia who strained the abductor muscle in his right leg in the game against Switzerland.

Italy vs. Spain odds

Italy is a 7-5 favourite to win in 90 minutes with William Hill, while Spain is an 11-5 outsider and the draw is at 2-1.

Italy is 8-11 to advance the next round with DraftKings, while Spain is 6-5.

The "yes" on both teams to score is evens, while the "no" is at 8-11 and Italy's Ciro Immobile is a 5-1 favorite to be the first goalscorer.