Spain and the Czech Republic will kick off their Euro 2016 campaigns on Monday morning. Both teams are coming in off a loss after winning two games in a row; The Czech Republic dropped a friendly to Korea Republic, 2–1, and Spain fell 1–0 to Georgia in a friendly.
The Spaniards will gain striker Alvaro Morata back after he missed the team’s loss to Georgia with a thigh injury, while the Czech Republic will be without Marek Suchy, who is suspended for the opener.
Spain is expected to content for the title this year, which will make this a tough draw for the Czech Republic.
The two sides will also play Turkey and Croatia in Group D.
How to watch
Time: 9 a.m. ET
Channel: ESPN, ESPN Deportes
Live stream: The match can be live streamed here.
Group D schedule
Sunday, June 12: Turkey vs. Croatia, 9 a.m., ESPN, ESPN Deportes
Monday, June 13: Spain vs. Czech Republic, 9 a.m., ESPN, ESPN Deportes
Friday, June 17: Czech Republic vs. Croatia, noon, ESPN, ESPN Deportes
Friday, June 17: Spain vs. Turkey, 3 p.m., ESPN, ESPN Deportes
Tuesday, June 21: Croatia vs. Spain, 3 p.m., ESPN, ESPN Deportes
Tuesday, June 21: Czech Republic vs. Turkey, 3 p.m., ESPN, ESPN Deportes