UEFA Nations League scores, fixtures, TV schedule, how to stream: Depay, Netherlands crush Germany

The UEFA Nations League continues this month with five days of matches and numerous big-time clashes, including Monday's big Spain vs. England clash. The action for this month wraps up on Tuesday with another big one as France takes on Germany. Here are the scores so far for this recent set of games:

Schedule and TV details

Matches on Univision Deportes can be streamed on fuboTV (Try for free).
All times eastern

Thursday, Oct. 11
Portugal 3, Poland 2
Israel 2, Scotland 1
Romania 2, Lithuania 1
Serbia 2, Montenegro 0
Azerbaijan 3, Faroe Islands 0
Kosovo 3, Malta 1
Russia 0, Sweden 0

Friday, Oct. 12
Belgium 2, Switzerland 1
Croatia 0, England 0
Austria 1, Northern Ireland 0
Finland 1, Estonia 0
Greece 1, Hungary 0
Moldova 2, San Marino 0
Belarus 1, Luxembourg 0 

Saturday, Oct. 13
Czech Republic 2, Slovakia 1
Gibraltar 1, Armenia 0
Georgia 3, Andorra 0
Latvia 1, Kazakhstan 1
Norway 1, Slovenia 0
Bulgaria 2, Cyprus 1
Macedonia 4, Liechtenstein 1
Netherlands 3, Germany 0
Ireland 0, Denmark 0

Sunday, Oct. 14
Romania 0, Serbia 0
Russia 2, Turkey 0
Azerbaijan 1, Malta 1
Faroe Islands 1, Kosovo 1
Italy 1, Poland 0
Israel 2, Albania 0
Montenegro 4, Lithuania 1

Monday, Oct. 15
Switzerland 2, Iceland 1
England 3, Spain 2
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2, Northern Ireland 0
Estonia 3, Hungry 3
Finland 2, Greece 0
Belarus 0, Moldova 0
Luxembourg 3, San Marino 0

Tuesday, Oct. 16
France vs. Germany, 2:45 p.m. on UniMas and fuboTV (Try for free)  
Ukraine vs. Czech Republic, 2:45 p.m. on Univision Deportes
Ireland vs. Wales, 2:45 p.m. on ESPN+
Norway vs. Bulgaria, 2:45 p.m. on ESPN+
Slovenia vs. Cyprus, 2:45 p.m. on ESPN+
Latvia vs. Georgia, 2:45 p.m. on ESPN+
Gibraltar vs. Liechtenstein, 2:45 p.m. on ESPN+


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