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Obviously after a largely uninspiring 0-0 friendly draw with Portugal on Wednesday, Spain get back to serious business this weekend
And this time, it’s with a Nations League A Group 4 clash with Switzerland in the unfamiliar surroundings of the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano in Madrid.
Coach Luis Enrique made six substitutions during the match against Portugal on Wednesday night, which by the way ended without winner and without goals.
Interestingly, Gerard Moreno, Daniel Olmo and Rodrigo were given a chance in the attack in abovementioned match, but didn’t do much.
Switzerland will have to aim for a win here or they will be completely out of the race for 1st position
While the Sergio Ramos side, Spain of course and Switzerland will kick off the game at opposite ends of the standings
Saturday’s contest isn’t actually expected to be a one-sided procession between the teams placed first and last.
Luis Enrique’s La Roja are on an impressive run of seven straight wins at home, conceding just once along the way
Although the quality of the opposition they faced during that stretch, including the likes of Faroe Islands, Malta and Romania, should be taken into consideration.
Vladimir Petković’s battle-hardened Switzerland team have the quality to give Spain a sterner test.
The robust Swiss outfit showcased their ability in a 1-1 draw with Germany last month, and having scored at least once in 17 of their last 20 competitive matches
The Rossocrociati will expect to make an impact on the scoresheet in the Spanish capital this weekend.
But while Switzerland are certain prove tricky opponents, Spain’s superior class should eventually tell. La Roja’s record at home is incredible
And having lost just one competitive game in their homeland since 2003, Spain are favoured to triumph again.
Switzerland conceded more than two in a game just twice in their last 49 international matches, so a wide-margin Spain win seems very unlikely
Meanwhile, Spain started this campaign with a solid 1-1 draw against Germany, followed with a dominant win against Ukraine at home 4-0 FT.