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SPA vs FAI Dream11 Team Prediction | UEFA Euro Qualifiers – Faroe Islands vs Spain Fantasy Team News

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Spain will be looking for their third consecutive win in the group when they play the Faroe Islands in the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers at Tórsvøllur.

Story of the Group so far:

Spain are leading Group F with two wins from as many games.
Faroe Islands are propping up the table after losing both their games by a combined 2-6 scoreline. Expect the floodgates to open here when the La Roja visit the town.
Alvaro Morata scored twice in the last game to steer Spain to a 2-0 win over Malta.
While Jakup Thomsen and Viljormur Davidsen scored one goal each for Faroe islands in Game-1 and Game-2 respectively.

Match Details:

The UEFA Euro Qualifiers match will be played between the Faroe Islands and Spain at Tórsvøllur, in Tórshavn, capital of Faroe Islands. The ground has a capacity of 6,000.
The game will start at 12:15 AM (IST), on Thursday, June 08.

Broadcast details:

Sony Sports Network has the exclusive rights to broadcast UEFA Euro Qualifiers matches in India. Premier members can also enjoy the live action on the official SonyLiv App.

Recent form (Last six matches)

Faroe Islands – L D L D L L
Spain – W L L W W W

Faroe Islands Team News:
Feora Islands’ squad is not different from the one named by Lars Olsen for the last two international games.
Here is the squad:
Teitur Matras Gestsson, Karstin Hansen, Kristian Joensen, Atli Gregersen, Odmar Færø, Viljormur Davidsen, Magnus Egilsson, Gilli Rólantsson Sørensen, Andrias Høgnason Eriksen, Heini Vatnsdal, Rene Shaki Joensen, Hallur Hansson, Brandur Hendriksson Olsen, Rógvi Baldvinsson, Kaj Leo í Bartalsstovu, Árni Frederiksberg, Sølvi Vatnhamar, Meinhard Egilsson Olsen, Jákup Biskopstø Andreasen, Klæmint Andrasson Olsen, Jákup Ludvig Thomsen, Hafnarfjørður, Jóannes Bjartalíð

Possible ins or outs of this game:
Klæmint Olsen will once again be leading the attack for the hosts. Though Jakup Thomsen scored the team’s only goal in Game-1, his wastefulness in that particular game means the 21-year-old will have to contend with a place on the bench.
Hallur Hansson is expected to play in an advanced midfield role to support the attack.
Viljormur Davidsen, who scored his team’s goal against Romania in the last game, is sure shot to start at left-back.
Gunnar Nielsen and Teitur Gestsson will be battling for a place between the poles, with the latter looks to get the nod here considering the number of goals Faroe conceded in the last two games.
Odmar Faero and Atli Gregersen should start at the back.

Probable XI: G Nielsen (GK), V. Davidsen, Odmar Færø, Atli Gregersen, Gilli Rólantsson, René Joensen, Brandur Olsen, Heini Vatnsdal, Kaj Leo í Bartalsstovu, Hallur Hansson, Klæmint Olsen

Spain Team News:
First head-coach Luis Enrique won’t be overseeing Spain’s next two games as he continues to be absent due to some serious “personal reasons”.
Assistant coach Robert Moreno will be calling the shots from the touchline.
In terms of the team news, there are more than a few surprising inclusions, while some players might feel hard done by for their expulsion.
The biggest name is certainly of Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta. The 29-year-old right-back is one of the best players in this position and was a consistent performer for the Blues last season.
Paco Alcacer can empathize with Azpilicueta after the Borussia Dortmund attacker encountered the same fate.
Napoli forward José Callejón has been snubbed for the umpteenth time.

Possible ins or outs of this game:
David de Gea made some blunders at the back end of Manchester United’s 2018-19 season, forcing some fans to compare him with Loris Karius. And then think about Kepa Arrizabalaga’s form for Chelsea, which has been phenomenal, to say the least, and the latter certainly seems to jump ahead in line to keep the gloves for Spain’s next few games. But we don’t think this would happen here and back De Gea to start in goal.
Sergio Ramos is in the squad, so one centre-back spot is fixed. There are three other central defenders in Spain squad in Mario Hermoso, Diego Llorente and Inigo Martinez. The former started the last game and should be the case here as well.
For the left-back, both Jose Gaya and Jordi Alba will put forward their names. We back Gaya to start.
Sergi Roberto can play in the midfield as well as on the right flank. Against Malta, we saw him at right-back. But Carvajal missed that match but he is in the squad now and will certainly start ahead of Roberto.
Sergio Busquets will start as a holding midfielder, with Dani Parejo and Rodrigo providing further options in that department.
Iago Aspas is the top scorer for Spain this season and could start, though we think Alvara Morata is ahead in line, while the likes of Isco and Marco Asensio will look to help them in the attacking department.
Worth mentioning the name of Santi Cazorla. the 34-year-old was a shock admission into Spain’s squad, but his firm suggests his place came on the merit.

Probable XI: De Gea (GK), Carvajal, Ramos, Hermoso, Alba, Parejo, Busquets, Isco, Rodrigo, Morata, Asensio

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