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Group I is set to come to an exciting climax on Tuesday as Spain and France take on Georgia and Finland with automatic qualification still up for grabs.
Spain hold’s all the cards as they head into their home clash with the Georgian’s with just a point needed to confirm their place at next year’s showpiece in Brazil.
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Vicente del Bosque’s side sit on 17 points, three ahead of France side after stretching 52-match unbeaten run in World Cup qualifiers on Friday with a narrow 2-1 win over Belarus.
Spain have won five and drawn 2 of their 7 qualifiers in this campaign and they will be strong favourites to make it 6 wins against a Georgian side that has won just once in the campaign and is without a win in 10 games.
Del Bosque is set to shuffle his pack for the visit of Georgia with Captain Iker Casillas set to start along with midfielder Andres Iniesta while Real Madrid star Isco could be called on to replace Michu after his ineffective debut.
Spain will once again be without injured duo Fernando Torres (knee) and David Villa (ankle) meaning that Alvaro Negredo could start after his goal scoring appearance against Belarus.
When the two teams met earlier in the group Spain won 1-0, thanks to an to a late goal from Tottenham striker Roberto Soldado and a similar result this time would secure their place.
France meanwhile will be waiting to pounce should the reigning Europe and World Champions slip up.
Didier Deschamps’ side have impressed to date winning four and drawing two of their seven games with a 1-0 loss at home to Spain the only blot on their copybook.
The French warmed up for the game with a 6-0 win over Australia, a game that Karim Benzema end his goal drought at International level and the Real Madrid star will be hoping to carry that form into the game with Finland.
While a shock Spain defeat and a France win would see the two sides go level at the top that could still not be enough for France, who also require a four-goal swing in goal difference to ensure their place at next year’s tournament in Brazil.
However, the more likely option for Deschamps’ side at present is qualification via the play-offs and the former Chelsea midfielder will look to build momentum ahead of those games against a Finland side that they have never lost to.
Despite never beat France, Finland will head into the game full of confidence after a 1-0 win over Georgia, a result that made it just two defeats in their last 11 games.
In-form Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud is expected to start up front while Liverpool centre-back Mamadou Sakho will line up in defence alongside Raphael Varane.
Finland, meanwhile, have no fresh injury concerns from their training sessions over the weekend and will name their strongest available lineup with Celtic’s Teemu Pukki up front.