Spain will be looking to book their place in the Euro 2016 finals when they take on Luxembourg at home this evening.
Vicente del Bosque’s side will be heavy favourites to win against the European minnows in the Group C qualifier at Las Gaunas in Logrono.
La Furia Roja are at the top of the group with 21 points from eight matches, just two points ahead of second-place Slovakia.
One suspects that Spain will win this evening’s match with ease, and it will be a surprise if they do not.
Del Bosque's side have won their last six qualifiers on the trot and are unbeaten on home soil in 31 matches, winning 27 and drawing four.
The last time that Spain were beaten at home in a European Championship match was in June 2003 when Greece registered a 1-0 victory.
Spain won the European Championship in 2008 and 2012, and they will be among the favourites to clinch the title next summer.
This is how Spain will line up, including Chelsea duo Cesc Fabregas and Pedro, Arsenal attacking midfielder Santi Cazorla and Manchester City star David Silva.
Spain XI: Casillas; Juanfran, Pique, Bartra, Alba; Busquets, Fabregas, Cazorla; Pedro, Silva, Morata