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Croatia v Albania: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

After suffering defeats in their opening matches of this summer's Euros, Croatia and Albania will both be looking to bounce back when they meet in Hamburg on Wednesday.

World Cup semi-finalists Croatia were resoundingly beaten 3-0 by Spain in their Group B opener, while, despite scoring the fastest goal in Euros history to take the lead against Italy, Albania eventually lost that match 2-1.

Those results mean neither side has any real room for error ahead of their clash at Volksparkstadion.

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How to watch Croatia v Albania and TV channel

Croatia v Albania will be available to watch in full on ITV1 and on ITVX.

Croatia v Albania kick-off time, date and venue

This match from Group B of the Euros will kick-off at 14:00 BST on Wednesday 18th June and will take place at Volksparkstadion in Hamburg.

Croatia v Albania stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Croatia are playing at their seventh European Championship finals and they have only twice before failed to make it beyond the group stage.

Saturday's defeat to Spain means Vatreni have now lost three of their last five competitive internationals, as many losses as they had suffered in 29 such matches before that.

This is Albania's second appearance at the European Championship finals and they have lost three of their four matches at this stage.

Nedim Bajrami's goal against Italy was the fastest in Euros history - coming after just 23 seconds - but Albania went on to lose that match 2-1.

Wednesday's clash in Hamburg will be the first ever meeting between Croatia and Albania in senior international football.

Croatia v Albania head-to-head record (H2H)

Croatia wins




Albania wins


Croatia v Albania team news

Croatia team news

Croatia head coach Zlatko Dalic has no fresh injury concerns to contend with, but he could look to make changes to his line-up, with Borna Sosa, Luka Sucic and Mario Pasalic all pushing for starting berths.

Albania team news

Albania's main fitness concern surrounds winger Jasir Asani, who is nursing an ankle problem picked up against Italy.

Arber Hoxha, who plays his club football in Croatia with Dinamo Zagreb, is the most likely to replace the 29-year-old.

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