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La Roja will look for twenty forth straight qualifying win in Minsk. Vicente del Bosque’s man will try to get three points in the match with Belarus to follow the Group I’s heavyweights France.
Belarus currently stands on eighty seventh positions in the FIFA World Rankings and Spain goes the first. Spain have won both of two last tournaments 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012. Belarus have scored eight goals in last ten games and conceded seven. Spain have scored twenty one in ten matches and conceded just two.
Spain are the only one country that won three most important soccer championships! Most important players come from Barcelona and Real Madrid. Belarus are not dynamic scorers, so their players should be prepared well for Spain.
Belarus midfielders Anton Putsila and Timofei Kalachev will miss Friday’s match against Spain cause of injury. Leonid Kovel has problems too, so BATE Borisov’s Vitali Rodionov will act as the only one attacker in the squad. Coach Georgy Kondratiev will use up to six players from BATE, that beat Bayern Munich in the Champions League last week. Also Aliaksandr Hleb can make his first international appearance since February 2011.
Sergio Busquets will act as a centre-back for Spain, case of absence of injured Barcelona’s pair Carles Puyol and Gerard Pique. Raul Albiol and Javi Martinez could also form defensive line, but on Wednesday training formation Busquets was operating in central defence alongside Sergio Ramos. Chelsea’s forward Fernando Torres should start ahead of Roberto Soldado. Whilst playmaker Santi Cazorla may act in the starting line-up, cause of current impressive performances for Arsenal.
Belarus line-up: Vyeramko, Marty’vich, Palyakow, Filipenko, Verkho’sov, Drahun, Kislyak, Bardachow, Bressan, A Hleb, Rodionov.
Last three matches:
France 3 – Belarus 1;
Georgia 1 – Belarus 0;
Armenia 1 – Belarus 2.
Spain line-up: Casillas, Arbeloa, Busquets, Ramos, Alba, Xavi, Alonso, Fabregas, Silva, Torres, Iniesta.
Last three matches:
Georgia 0 – Spain 1;
Spain 5 – Saudi Arabia 0;
Puerto Rico 1 – Spain 2.