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It’s the international break, but do not despair as there is still a lot of exciting football set to go on over the next seven days.

Some of Europe’s heavyweight countries will go head to head throughout the week in both friendlies and the Uefa Nations League in its penultimate set of group stage fixtures.

And, should you so wish, you can watch an international match every day over the next six days thanks to fuboTV.

fuboTV is a service that will provide you with wall-to-wall football content throughout the week, bringing access to a series of TV channels with a lot of focus on one of the world’s biggest sports.

For fans in the United States and U.S. territories, fuboTV should be your go-to place for the best football action across the globe.

And the service even offers a seven-day free trial for you to test out everything fuboTV has to offer.

To make the most of your free trial, we’ve picked out six games you should be watching and, in typical Squawka style, some stats to prove it.

Thursday 11th October

Uefa Nations League: Poland vs. Portugal

Local kick-off time: 20:45
US kick-off time: 14:45 Eastern, 11:45 Pacific

Kick off your free trial in style with the Uefa Nations League League A Group 3 game between Poland and Portugal. The 2016 European Championship winners beat Italy in their opening game of the group while Poland drew with Italy, meaning a win for Portugal would almost guarantee them top spot and qualification to the final round.

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Must-watch stat: Portugal have kept just four clean sheets in their 11 games in 2018.

Friday 12th October

Uefa Nations League: Croatia vs. England

Local kick-off time: 20:45
US kick-off time: 14:45 Eastern, 11:45 Pacific

After both Croatia and England lost to Spain in their opening Uefa Nations League matches, this repeat of the 2018 World Cup semi-final will be crucial for both sides in avoiding relegation from League A Group 4. England fared much better against Spain than Croatia did, despite the defeat, but will be wary of the last time these two teams met, an encounter that saw Croatia break English hearts.

Must-watch stat: England’s new call-up Jadon Sancho has recorded more assists (6) than any other player in Europe’s top five leagues this season.

Saturday 13th October

Uefa Nations League: Netherlands vs. Germany

Local kick-off time: 20:45
US kick-off time: 14:45 Eastern, 11:45 Pacific

Come Saturday there will be many international games to choose from but one stands out far ahead of the rest. Germany had a poor World Cup showing and started off their Uefa Nations League with a goalless draw against winners France, but can get back on trackagainst a Netherlands side still in transition.

Must-watch stat: Germany have kept just one clean sheet in their past nine matches across all competitions.

Sunday 14th October

Uefa Nations League: Poland vs. Italy

Local kick-off time: 20:45
US kick-off time: 14:45 Eastern, 11:45 Pacific

A second visit to Poland in the week could ring disaster for Italy and Roberto Mancini. Should Poland avoid defeat against Portugal in their first game, the Eagles could relegate Italy to the Nations League League B on Sunday with a win.

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Must-watch stat: No player has scored more goals than Krzysztof Piatek (9) in Europe’s top five leagues this season.

Monday 15th October

Uefa Nations League: Spain vs. England

Local kick-off time: 20:45
US kick-off time: 14:45 Eastern, 11:45 Pacific

The penultimate day of international football sees England make another appearance, this time taking on Uefa Nations League League A Group 4 leaders Spain, in a game that could secure La Roja’s place in the final round should they win.

Must-watch stat: No team has scored more goals in the Uefa Nations League than Spain’s eight so far.

Tuesday 16th October

Uefa Nations League: France vs. Germany

Local kick-off time: 20:45
US kick-off time: 14:45 Eastern, 11:45 Pacific

End your free week of international football with a match between the two past World Cup winners, France and Germany. While the last time these two met brought a 0-0 draw, it will be a game Die Mannschaft must win if they are to harbour any hopes of reaching the final rounds of the Uefa Nations League.

Must-watch stat: Germany have won just three of their past nine matches in 2018, losing four and drawing two.

Where do I sign up?

Click here to begin creating a fuboTV account.

Please make sure you have entered the correct e-mail address, as this will be used as your user login ID.

For more information about fuboTV, how to sign up and which matches you can watch, read Squawka’s fuboTV review.

After that, sit back, relax and enjoy a week full of football from around the world. And feel free to watch even more…

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