Spain Keen On Securing Knock Out Spot by Beating Morocco

Being one of the favorites to with World Cup 2018, Spain are yet to secure their qualifying spot after only picking up four points from their previous two games.

That’s why Fernando Hierro’s side are set to secure their path into the next round this Monday when they face up against Morocco, which are already eliminated.

Although qualification for them is looking very likely considering the other two potential rivals, Portugal along with Iran will be battling against each other, but Hierro won’t be taking any risk.

Moreover, grabbing all three points could very well put them finishing top of the table, though considering their potential opponent, La Furia Roja probably would consider their final seeding.

Spain seemingly taking this final game in such serious manner as they set up their training session in closed door, so not many information can be gathered about the potential setup.

Meanwhile, Morocco themselves have a different mission when they face up against Hierro’s this Monday as Lion of Atlas are simply determined on not experiencing their third straight defeat.

Losing their previous two games in such disappointing fashion as they were not really dominated by their opponents, Herve Renard’s side certainly feeling that they deserved something more in this World Cup.

Although it’s not going to be easy, Morocco will be giving their best in picking up maximum results against La Furia Roja.

Probable starting line up:

Spain: David de Gea(g); Jordi Alba, Sergio Ramos, Gerard Pique, Dani Carvajal; Koke, Thiago Alcantara, Isco, David Silva; Diego Costa, Iago Aspas.

Morocco: Monir El Kajoui; Achraf Hakimi, Ghanem Saiss, Mehdi Benatia, Hamza Mendyl; Karim El Ahmadi, Hakim Ziyach, Mbark Boussoufa, Younes Belhanda, Noureddine Amrabat; Khalid Boutaib.