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Spain vs Georgia preview

Kick off: Tuesday, 7 June @19:45 GMT

Venue: Coliseum Alfonso Perez (Madrid)

Live Stream: fuboTV (US), bet365 (non-US)

Head to Head Record

Spain vs Georgia 2-0 (2014 World Cup qualifiers)
Georgia vs Spain 0-1 (2014 World Cup qualifiers)

Spain vs Georgia Team News

David Silva and Alvaro Morata have overcome their respective injuries, but they are unlikely to be risked against Georgia in Spain’s final warm-up game ahead of the Copa America Centenario. Defender Marc Bartra should be fit to play against the Georgians. The likes of Sergio Ramos, Koke, Juanfran and Lucas Vazquez all return contention after they were rested in a 6-1 win over Korea Republic.

Injured: None

Doubtful: David Silva (98/24), Alvaro Morata (9/3)

Suspended: None

Giorgi Loria is out of contention through injury, whilst Giorgi Kimadze, Nukri Revishvili, Jambul Jighauri, Zourab Tsiskaridze, Giorgi Kvilitaia, Vakhtang Tchanturishvili have been left out of the squad. Giorgi Aburjania returns to contention after missing the Romania game due to club commitments. Lasha Dvalia picked up a knock against Romania and he is yet another absentee in the away team.

Injured: Giorgi Loria (34/0), Lasha Dvalia (5/0)

Doubtful: None

Suspended: None

Quick Facts

  • Georgia have yet to score against Spain
  • Diego Costa and Santi Cazorla did not make Spain Euro 2016 squad
  • Spain are eyeing their eighth consecutive win at home
  • Over 2.5 goals were scored in six of Georgia’s last seven games
  • Georgia conceded 2+ goals in each of their last five away matches

Spain vs Georgia Prediction

Spain crushed Korea Republic in their last friendly match and they will be looking to build on the performance when they take on Georgia at Coliseum Alfonso Perez on Tuesday evening. La Roja aim to give fans some cheer in their final warm-up game before Euro 2016 finals and, no doubt, coach Vicente Del Bosque is going to field the best possible side against Georgia. Vladimir Weiss’ men conceded eight goals in previous two friendly games and they are likely to suffer a heavy loss to Spain in Madrid.

Betting tip: Over 3.5 goals

Odds: 2.15 (8/7) @Betfair

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