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90' + 4'
J. King
Penalty Goal
1 - 1
90' + 2'
Kepa
Yellow Card
81'
Fabián Ruiz
Yellow Card
80'
Sergio Ramos
Yellow Card
47'
Saúl
Busquets
0 - 1

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Possession
37% 62%
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Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 3 3
Total Passes 412 698
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Spain ESP Spain 10 8 2 0 31 5 +26 26 W W D D W
2 Sweden SWE Sweden 10 6 3 1 23 9 +14 21 W W D W D
3 Norway NOR Norway 10 4 5 1 19 11 +8 17 W W D D D
4 Romania ROU Romania 10 4 2 4 17 15 +2 14 L L D W W
5 Faroe Islands FRO Faroe Islands 10 1 0 9 4 30 -26 3 L L W L L
6 Malta MLT Malta 10 1 0 9 3 27 -24 3 L L L L L

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Spain can seal the deal with a win in Sweden on Tuesday. Norway head to Romania in what is a must-win game for their qualification hopes. After today's showing, you wouldn't put it past them. That's all for now. Goodbye!
Spain remain top of Group F with that 1-1 draw, five points ahead of second-placed Sweden and six clear of Romania. It's surely only a matter of time until they seal qualification. Norway remain just in the hunt for the second qualification spot on 10 points, three points behind Romania.
Spain must wait to qualify for Euro 2020 after a 1-1 draw with a spirited Norway side. In truth, Norway should have scored sooner, especially in the first half, but better late than never for them. Spain took the lead early in the second half and looked likely to see the game out until King's late penalty gave Norway a share of the spoils.
90' + 4' FULL TIME: NORWAY 1-1 SPAIN
J. King
Penalty Goal
90' + 4' GOAL! 1-1 NORWAY! King coolly steps up and rolls the penalty past Kepa who dives fruitlessly to his right. Spain's winning run in Group F may have come to an end!
Kepa
Yellow Card
90' + 2' Kepa is booked for that rash challenge. You can't say that Norway don't deserve their chance to level this game.
90' + 1' PENALTY FOR NORWAY! Norway look tired but their bravery may yet get them a result! Elabdellaoui bursts into the box and beats the onrushing Kepa to a header, getting taken out in the process. King has the goal to aim at and blazes over, but the referee points to the spot!
89' Johnsen gets caught offside again from Odegaard's through ball. Spain go upfield and Ruiz grazes the outside of Norway's right-hand post with a fizzing left-footed effort! There will be four added minutes here.
Íñigo Martínez
Juan Bernat
88' Spain make their final change. Bernat makes way for Martinez.
87' Odegaard takes the corner, which only goes as far as a Spain defender. Norway really needed to score earlier in the game. Spain have stepped up a gear in the second half.
85' Johnsen gets into the game straight away as he's called offside from Ajer's long ball. Shortly after, Aleesami lofts a cross in from the left but Spain stand firm. Sorloth puts the ball back into the mixer and this time Albiol heads it out for a corner.
B. Johnsen
M. Henriksen
83' Norway make their final change - and they're going for it. Henriksen off, the Rosenborg striker Johnsen on.
Fabián Ruiz
Yellow Card
81' Ruiz also sees yellow for a bad foul on Aleesami. Norway are pushing hard but it's difficult not to see Spain winning this now.
Sergio Ramos
Yellow Card
80' Ramos gets booked for handball. He'll miss Spain's next game against Sweden now.
79' King misses a glorious chance to equalise! Odegaard sets the Bournemouth striker through on goal, who beats Albiol in a one-on-one race to the ball. King lets rip from the centre of the box but blazes over. A touch of composure there and Norway could have equalised!
Rodri
Mikel Oyarzabal
78' Spain substitution. Oyarzabal makes way for Rodri.
77' Norway put some short passes together and Selnaes tries to set King free but there's too much power on the pass. Norway still have time to get something from this game.
75' Spain are set to qualify for Euro 2020 if they hold out for this win. They'll be eight points clear of third-placed Romania with three games to play as things stand, and Sweden and Romania still have to play one another.
73' Selnaes gets away a shot in Spain's box and Saul's block gives Norway a corner. Odegaard's delivery isn't fully cleared and Selnaes lets rip from a difficult angle at range. Kepa gets across to save.
71' Elabdellaoui is in space down the right for Norway. He overcooks his cross in though.
70' Norway are committing men forward but are struggling to create much now. Up the other end, Cazorla lets off a left-footed shot from inside the box and forces a decent save from Jarstein.
68' Odegaard looks to send Sorloth down the right with a dangerous pass but the striker is beaten to the ball by Bernat. Sorloth promptly gives away an unnecessary foul for tugging on Bernat's shirt.
67' Chance for Spain! Ruiz jinks inside on his left foot and aims a curler for the top left corner which grazes off the top of the crossbar! A decent effort by the Napoli midfielder.
66' Spain have managed the game expertly since taking the lead. Norway have barely had a sniff. The visitors are casually popping the ball around now, daring Norway to come out and press them.
65' On early appearances, Sorloth will play alongside King in a 4-4-2 for Norway now. Odegaard has moved out to the right flank.
Santi Cazorla
Dani Ceballos
64' Spain also make a change. Ceballos off. Cazorla on. 
A. Sørloth
S. Johansen
63' While Albiol gets treated, Norway make a change. Sorloth - the Crystal Palace player currently on loan at Trabzonspor - replaces Johansen. Presumably the target man will join King up front.
62' Albiol goes down clutching his nose after a clash of heads between him and Aleesami. The 34-year-old needs some treatment. He's done well working his way back into the national team after his early-season form for Villarreal.
61' Norway are prepping Sorloth to come in, but they'll take the free-kick first. It finds Hovland at the far post who nudges his man over from the back. Spain free-kick.
Busquets
Yellow Card
60' Busquets goes into the book for a mistimed challenge on Selnaes.
59' King attempts to power down Norway's left on the break until Albiol rudely steams in to take him out, albeit cleanly. The home fans aren't impressed.
58' The possession count is now 62% in Spain's favour. Norway are increasingly having to defend. Busquets spots Bernat getting in the box and reaches him with a dainty chip, but the full-back's muscled out. Spain get a corner which Norway clear.
56' Norway harry Spain in their own half but the visitors are stroking the ball around more confidently now. Navas picks up the ball down the right and works it back inside to Ruiz. Ruiz finds Saul who blazes off target from range.
54' Ramos gives away a foul on Odegaard in Spain's half. Norway loft it in and Ajer keeps the clearance in play, only to hand it to a Spanish player. It looks like the home side will be making changes soon enough.
52' Norway are definitely not quite as good as Spain. King chests down a long ball nicely and attempts to lay off to Selnaes, but he puts too much power on the pass and it's a Spain throw-in. King looks up the skies in frustration.
50' Rodrigo bursts in the box after a one-two with Bernat and fizzes a low cross across the face of goal. Jarstein drops low to claim it. Oddly, no one in a Spain shirt took a gamble on the keeper dropping it.
49' Chance for Norway! Selnaes' floated cross from the left wins Norway a corner. Odegaard swings it in and King plants a header just wide of the right-hand post! Spain were willing that wide then.
Busquets
Assist
47' Busquets can claim the assist there. As always, he's been pretty much invisible but crucial to the play of Spain, whose nerves will have been settled by that goal. They're not home and dry yet though.
Saúl
Goal
47' GOAL! 1-0 SPAIN! Saul beats Jarstein with a dipping effort from the edge of the box after Norway fail to clear their lines. That's his third goal for his country! 
46' We're back under way here. Can Spain get the win they need to all-but secure their place at Euro 2020?
Odegaard is undoubtedly Norway's main man - he played two key passes in that first half. Spain will need to keep him quiet in the second half if they don't want to be on the end of an irritating - if probably not fatal - defeat. But will they?
Spain have had the bulk of possession but Norway have created the better chances. Spain have found Norway hard to break down and the home side look very adept at breaking at speed, but King and Elabdellaoui should have done better when they've had the chance to test Kepa. It's either side's game in the second half.
45' + 2' HALF-TIME: NORWAY 0-0 SPAIN
45' + 1' Elabdellaoui whips in another cross from the right. It's another Norway corner. Odegaard's delivery finds Ajer, who nods wide of the right hand post! Norway could - should perhaps - be leading by now.
45' Elabdellaoui takes the corner and it causes a spot of panic in Spain's penalty area! Odegaard has space to shoot but he can't get his feet together. Spain quickly swarm in and get rid.
44' Norway get the ball and break quickly again down the left. Selnaes' low ball into the box finds Odegaard, who dummies neatly and looks for King, but it's put out for a Norway corner. 
J. King
Yellow Card
42' King sees yellow for a late challenge. Norway are working hard to keep Spain at bay here.
40' Ruiz has a pop from range that's blocked. Corner for Spain. Oyarzabal fizzes the ball in and Saul's header is over the bar. Spain really haven't looked that threatening yet.
38' Saul angles an over-the-top ball for Rodrigo which Hovland cuts out. Norway look to counter down their left. Odegaard plays the ball back and a lofted pass finds Elabdellaoui in the box! The right-back has plenty of time to shoot but hesitates, giving Kepa a routine save. He should have let rip sooner there.
37' For all their possession, Spain have achieved diddly-squat. Norway have actually had the better chances so far.
Rodrigo
Yellow Card
35' Rodrigo gets the first booking of the game for a mistimed tackle. Told you he looked menacing.
34' Rodrigo is caught offside again from Saul's attempted through-ball. Rodrigo is sporting a black eye at the moment, which must make him look even more menacing to defenders than usual.
32' Sweden are 1-0 up in their game against Romania elsewhere in Group F, putting them in second place as things stand. Currently they'll be five points behind Spain. Norway really need a win to keep the pressure on.
31' Hovland gets into the action quickly, getting on the end of Odegaard's corner. Spain quickly clear it away though.
E. Hovland
H. Nordtveit
30' Nordtveit is replaced at centre-back by Hovland, who plys his trade at Rosenborg.
29' Nordtveit is down again. It sadly looks like the centre-back will be unable to carry on.
28' Norway put together a promising spell of play and get a corner down their left. It's taken short and swung into the far post. Spain flounder a bit and King rattles a shot against the legs of Ramos. Norway corner again.
27' Saul looks to play a one-two with Ceballos but the latter's return pass is blocked by Henriksen. Nordtveit looks to be in a bit of difficulty with that injury he picked up earlier. He's soldiering on for now.
25' Navas wins Spain's first corner of the game off Aleesami. Ramos is lurking but Norway get the initial corner away before Berge makes sure the chance is gone.
23' Johansen fouls Bernat in Spain's half. Spain play the ball forward quickly and it falls to Saul, who aims a shot for the bottom left corner. Jarstein has it covered.
21' King wriggles down the inside-left channel and jinks towards the box. The Bournemouth striker stands the ball up for Elabdellaoui at the far post who can't reach it. The cross eventually comes back in for King, who glances a header towards goal. Kepa drops low to keep it out! That was an opportunity for Norway, who need to make their chances count.
20' Norway have their first real pop at Spain's defence as the visitors lose the ball in midfield. Odegaard feeds King, who beats Albiol to the ball but is forced to hold it up. King passes back to Odegaard, whose cross in evades everyone in the box.
18' Nordtveit stays down briefly with a knock but looks fine to continue. When play resumes, Ruiz looks to cut open Norway's defence with a slide-rule pass but finds his effort cut out.
16' Saul chips a nice cross from the left to Rodrigo at the far post. Aleesami does just enough to put him off. Norway can't clear their lines, though. Navas whips another low cross in from the right and Rodrigo only has to poke it in but can't just reach it.
15' Johansen glides through the centre of midfield and finds Elabdellaoui out wide. The Olympiacos right-back crosses in but it's nothing Ramos' head can't deal with. It's a record 168th cap for Spain's captain today.
14' Rodrigo is penalised for a foul. Norway can't keep the ball but chase after Bernat in Spain's defensive third, eventually giving away a throw-in.
12' Ruiz lofts the ball into the box but Norway clear the ball away from their penalty area. The home side look sturdy at the moment.
10' Norway enjoy a spell of possession at the back. However, Spain look eager to press whenever they can. Eventually Jarstein pumps it long and King wins the header, but can nod it only to Ceballos.
9' Norway are having to stay alert as Spain aren't keen to give them a sniff of the ball. They eventually win the ball and Odegaard looks for a team-mate, but nothing is on.
8' As you'd expect, Spain are dictating the play so far. Norway are playing more of a 4-4-1-1 with the Real Madrid midfielder Odegaard - on loan at Real Sociedad this season - just behind King.
6' Norway half-heartedly claim for a penalty as King has his arm tugged in the box by Ramos as the pair jostle for a Norway cross from the left. The referee isn't moved.
4' Navas attempts a through-ball for Rodrigo, who's offside. The Valencia striker has become Spain's main outlet up front in recent months.
2' Spain look to assert themselves early on, penning Norway into their half. Oyarzabal finds Rodrigo, who has a shot blocked in the centre of the box. Ceballos' follow-up also finds a Norway man in the way.
1' Referee Michael Oliver gets this game underway!
The two countries' national anthems are impeccably observed. Norway will play in their red home shirt with blue shirts and socks; Spain are wearing their all-white away kit.
This game looks exciting - Norway have scored two goals in each of their home games in this group so far. It's a shame that their in-form striker Erling Braut Haaland is missing with injury. Spain narrowly won the last time these two sides met - is a repeat on the cards?
Norway make one change from their last game, a 1-1 draw away to Sweden back in September, as Ajer comes in to partner Nordtveit at centre-back. Spain are very different from the second-choice team that beat the Faroe Islands 4-0 in their last match. Kepa starts in goal, while Rodrigo - two-goal scorer in that game - continues up front.
SUBS: Luis Alberto, Santi Cazorla, Gerard Moreno, Inigo Martinez, Rodrigo, Diego Llorente, Pau Lopez, Thiago Alcantara, Sergio Reguilon, Pablo Sarabia, David de Gea, Daniel Carvajal.
SPAIN (4-3-3): Kepa Arrizabalaga; Jesus Navas, Raul Albiol, Sergio Ramos (c), Juan Bernat; Fabian Ruiz, Sergio Busquets, Saul Niguez; Mikel Oyarzabal, Rodrigo Moreno, Dani Ceballos.
SUBS: Orjan Nyland, Even Hovland, Jonas Svensson, Mohamed Elyounoussi, Tarik Elyounoussi, Mathias Normann, Sondre Rossbach, Alexander Sorloth, Sigurd Rosted, Birger Meling, Fredrik Midtsjo, Bjorn Maars Johnsen.
NORWAY (4-2-3-1): Rune Jarstein; Omar Elabdellaoui, Havard Nordtveit, Kristoffer Ajer, Haitam Aleesami; Markus Henriksen, Sander Berge; Stefan Johansen (c), Martin Odegaard, Ole Selnaes; Joshua King.
Norway, however, are in decent form themselves. Since losing to Spain in March, Norway have been unbeaten in Group F and need a win to keep the pressure on Romania and Sweden, who sit above them in the table. Let's see how Lars Lagerback's side fare!
Spain have the chance to secure qualification to Euro 2020 if they get a win against Norway tonight. Robert Moreno's side have a perfect record in Group F so far - can they make it seven wins from seven?
Hello and welcome to our live text commentary of this Euro 2020 qualifying group F match between Norway and Spain at Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo.