Arsenal and Liverpool targets come into Spain's starting line-up with soon to be Chelsea forward Diego Costa keeping his place.
Spain: Casillas, Ramos, Javi Martínez, Alba, Busquets, Xabi Alonso, Iniesta, Pedro, Silva, Diego Costa
Chile: Bravo, Jara, Silva, Medel, Mena, Aránguiz, Díaz, Isla, Vidal, Vargas, Alexis Sánchez
The Spanish head into this game under a lot of pressure. The heavy defeat to the Netherlands in their first game has magnified some potential cracks in the defence, which Chile will be looking to exploit.
Spain have been slaughtered by their home press and Vicente Del Bosque has reportedly been toying with a couple of ideas and formations in training over the past few days.
It’s extremely important for Spain that their senior and experienced players turn up and be counted for this game, because they are going to be important figures if Chile get ahead early in the game.
Chile know that a win will not only put them through to the next round, it will eliminate Spain from the competition.
The Chileans go into this game as the underdogs but they have some very good players, experienced in domestic leagues across Europe who will make life difficult for the Spanish.