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The time’s nearly upon us for Euro - Qualifiers action taking place on Sunday as Spain will take on Georgia.
For all of our match predictions, pre-game poll and statistics for Spain v Georgia, scroll down (including the best match odds).
Spain, who won their previous game, will hope for a similar result following the 1-3 Euro - Qualifiers victory against Cyprus.
For Spain, goals were scored by Lamine Yamal (5'), Mikel Oyarzabal (22') and Joselu (28'). Kostas Pileas (75') was the scorer for Cyprus.
Their latest results really do illustrate the point that quality has been evident in the Spain rearguard. Spain have kept it tight, with the number of goals that have gone past their goalkeeper over the course of their last six games standing at 1. We shall soon see if that trend will be continued on into this next match.
Last time out, Georgia drew 2-2 in the Euro - Qualifiers tie with Scotland.
The only name on the scoresheet from Georgia was Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (15', 57'). Scott McTominay (49') and Lawrence Shankland (93') scored for Scotland.
Showing their fondness for eventful encounters, we’ve had goals 25 times in the prior 6 games in which Georgia have sent out their troops, giving an average of 4.17 goals each clash. Opposition teams have hit 11 from this total.
Head to head
A review of their prior head to head clashes stretching back to 11/09/2012 shows that Spain have won 5 of them & Georgia 1, with the number of drawn results being 0.
19 goals were yielded between them during those clashes, with 16 from La Furia Roja and 3 coming from Georgia. The average goals per game has been 3.17.
The last league clash featuring these clubs was Euro - Qualifiers match day 5 on 08/09/2023 when the final score was Georgia 1-7 Spain.
The match was refereed by Daniel Siebert.
Team News: Spain
The Spain boss Luis de la Fuente will be happy not to have any fitness concerns at all ahead of this clash with a completely injury-free group available to choose from.
We are thinking that La Furia Roja will possibly kick off with a 4-3-3 system for the game with Unai Simon, Daniel Carvajal, Robin Le Normand, Pau Torres, Alex Grimaldo, Fabian Ruiz, Martin Zubimendi, Mikel Merino, Ferran Torres, Alvaro Morata and Nico Williams.
Team News: Georgia
Due to a completely healthy squad available to select from, the Georgia manager Willy Sagnol does not have any fitness concerns whatsoever coming into this game.
There’s a good chance that Georgia seem most likely to utilise a 5-3-2 system, starting the game with Giorgi Mamardashvili, Guram Kashia, Solomon Kverkveliya, A. Kalandadze, G. Gocholeishvili, Irakli Azarovi, Nika Kvekveskiri, Giorgi Chakvetadze, Giorgi Kochorashvili, Georges Mikautadze and K. Kvaratskhelia.
Unless we’re mistaken, Georgia won’t have much of a chance to hit the back of the net even once against a Spain outfit who will more than likely score a load of goals.
We’re going for a very commanding 4-0 margin at least for Spain by the time that the full-time whistle blows.
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⚽️ Team Focus:
Stadium: The Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán (42,500)
Captain: Álvaro Morata
Chairman: Pedro Rocha
Manager: Luis de la Fuente
Competitions: Euro - Qualifiers (Group A)