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      • (4') Robin Le Normand
      • (55') Ferran Torres
      • (72') L. Lochoshvili (OG)
      • (10') K. Kvaratskhelia
      • (56') Rodri
      • (94') Íñigo Martínez
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      • (83') G. Kashia

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          Spain vs Georgia Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Spain will look to secure top spot against Georgia this Sunday in Group A with the 2008 and 2012 European champions already qualified for yet another finals over in Germany next summer with Georgia down and out for a while.

          Scotland and Spain have secured the top two spots at Euro 2024 from this group, and this puts Georgia down in fourth and with only two wins, three losses and 15 goals conceded from the seven matches. They can, however, still finish above Norway in third, should Georgia win here and Scotland defeat the Norwegians at Hampden Park.

          Georgia faced off against the qualified Scots last time out, and Khvicha Kvaratskhelia was once again the hero as a goal in either half earned them a point and gave him his 13th and 14th goals for his country. On the other hand, an equaliser from Scotland in the dying embers of the game forced a draw and further disappointment for the country.

          As for Spain, they smashed Georgia 7-1 in the last meeting between these two sides, and they only have that loss to Scotland in Edinburgh to deal with.

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          Spain team news

          Unai Simon is likely to get in ahead of David Raya between the posts, while Alex Grimaldo could earn just his second cap after an excellent season so far under Spaniard Xabi Alonso at Bayer Leverkusen. Pau Torres will also feature here once more it seems, alongside Robin Le Normand, as Aymeric Laporte hasn't made the squad. Cesar Azpilicueta hasn't made the cut either, while Juan Bernat is out and injured and Jordi Alba has retired.

          Pedri is out injured too, while Ansu Fati hasn't made the squad, despite excellent form shown with Brighton in the past few weeks. Marco Asensio has been on fire for PSG this season but he also hasn't made it due to injury, and the same applies for Gerard Moreno.

          Goalscoring attention once again falls on the shoulders of captain Alvaro Morata, who now has 34 goals in 68 caps in what has been a great season so far for him at Atletico Madrid. 16-year-old Lamine Yamal has started his career about as well as any 16-year-old ever has, and his goals at Barcelona have also been followed up by two in three for his country. He will likely get more minutes, but Joselu and Ferran Torres are expected in ahead of him.

          Georgia team news

          Guram Kashia of Slovan Bratislava continues to captain the side at 36 years of age and he will play in front of either Giorgi Loria or Giorgi Mamardashvili of Valencia between the sticks. Giorgi Chakvetadze is having a solid season with Watford and will continue to play in midfield alongside Levante's Giorgi Kochorashvili. Napoli's superstar, Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, scored twice in the draw with Scotland and will play here in an attempt to get his 15th goal for his country. Georges Mikautadze of Ajax will also feature here. Saba Lobzhanidze of Atlanta United misses out through injury, as does Torino's Saba Sazonov and Otar Kiteishvili.

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