La Roja registered a 1-2 win on the road the last match-day, against Georgia. In the meantime, Bernard Challandes’s men lost 0-3 on the road the past game week, against Sweden.
Going on, Enrique’s men are easily one of the best teams in the world, and have been so for the past several years. They are determined to get back to their glory days, and have made it a mission to finish as group champions in the qualifiers they were unbeaten in 20 of their past 21 overall matches, and they had won nine of their last ten appearances at home.
On the other hand, their opposite number were winless in 11 of their preceding 13 overall fixtures, and they have won just thrice on the road since 2015 taking these observations into account, expect Spain to have the edge this wednesday by all means, anticipate a huge win from them.
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