Revolution in the eleven of Spain

Onces de República Checa y España

Revolution in the eleven of Spain

Spain faces its second game of the League of Nations against Czech Republic. After the draw against Portugal, Luis Enrique prepares a revolution in the eleven that will jump to the Sinobo Stadium in Prague. The changes that the Spanish coach is preparing are the following: Mark Alonso by Jordi Alba, Inigo Martinez by Diego Llorente, Carvajal by Azpilicueta, rodry by Busquets, Koke by to usually do, Elm by Sarabia Y ROT by bruise. Single Unai Simon, Pau Torres, Gavi and Ferran repeat at eleven.

Spain will look for its first three points in the League of Nations with an eleven formed by: Unai Simon; Marcos Alonso, Íñigo Martínez, Pau Torres, Carvajal; Gavi, Rodri, Koke; Olmo, RdT and Ferran.

On the bench they will wait for their opportunity: Raya, Robert Sánchez, Azpilicueta, Diego Llorente, Jordi Alba, Busquets, Carlos Soler, Asensio, Morata, Sarabia, Ansu and Marcos Llorente.

Jaroslav Silhaby will bet a starting team with: Vaclik; Zeleny, Brabec, Zima, Coufal; Soucek, Sadile; Jankto, Hlozek, Pesek; kuchta.

Stanes, Mandous, Kundela, Kalvach, Kurecka, Havel, Mateju, Cerny, Kral, Lingr, Vlkanova they will be on the Czech bench.

Czech Republic is leader of group 2 of the A-League of the League of Nations with three points after beating Swiss. Spain is third tied at one point with Portugal after the equality between both selections in Seville.

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