Spain v Bolivia Live Stream, Team News & Match Preview from Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Its Spain v Bolivia from the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán in Seville.
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Spain’s international stars will get one last chance to stake their claim for a World Cup spot when the defending World Champions take on Bolivia later today.
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Vicente Del Bosque named a provisional 30 man squad in May for the footballing showpiece but he will whittle that down to 23 on Monday meaning that the clash with Bolivia will be a chance for those on the fringes to show their worth.
One of those that could be on the fence in terms of being included is Fernando Torres. The Chelsea man has struggled in recent years and his place looks under threat from the emerging Diego Costa.
While a hamstring injury has put Costa’s on the side-lines for the Bolivia clash, the Atletico man is tipped to be fit for the World cup and is expected to lead the line for the Spanish.
Giving that the Spanish system generally requires just one striker, Torres could be the fall guy although the world cup winner has refused to give up his place without a fight.
“I’ve never thought that I had played my last game. I am excited to come to the national team, here I’ve been very happy and I feel in good conditions for the World Cup” He said.
“You always have doubts when you’re a time without coming, the other day when the coach gave the list I was very excited waiting for my name.
“My dream is the same as when I made my debut. I was prepared to come or not come, after a very strange year, in which I played little, but fortunately I am here and I will fight to be in the latest list.”
Spain have lost just two of their last 35 internationals although their recent defeat to South Africa will have served as timely reminder that they are not infallible.
Last time out a goal from Barcelona forward Pedro secured a 1-0 win over Italy and del Bosque will be confident of securing a second straight win at the home of Europa league winners Seville.
They face a Bolivian side that is ranked 68th in the world and finished second-bottom in qualifying with just two wins from 16 matches.
Xabier Azkargorta’s men have failed to win in any of their last nine games and while they will be keen to show they can match it on the International stage they shouldn’t pose too much of a problem for a Spanish side out to keep the Jules Rimet trophy.