Spain vs Georgia: Watch a live stream of La Roja’s final 2014 World Cup qualifier [15/10/2013]
- Updated: October 14, 2013
Spain, the reigning world and European champions, head into their final 2014 World Cup qualifier still without confirmation of their place in Brazil next summer, although La Roja know that a point against Georgia will be enough to book their spot at next summer’s showpiece in South America.
Bet365 are showing Spain vs Georgia live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
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Spain head into the match against minnows Georgia with a three point lead ahead of second placed France, as Les Bleus close out their qualification at home to Finland.
Vicente del Bosque’s side come into the game with an incredible 52-match unbeaten run in qualifying games, however the Spanish played below-par in their 2-1 win over Belarus last Friday.
Looking to reenergise his team, del Bosque is set to ring the ring the changes with Michu dropping out the line-up while Alvaro Negrado is expected to come into the attack. Fernando Torres (knee) and David Villa (ankle) are out with injuries.
In midfield Andres Iniesta is set to return for the match at Albacete; the club where Iniesta learned his football trade before moving to Barcelona at a young age.
Georgia, managed by for Newcastle legend Temuri Ketsbaia, will likely use stifling tactics to try and frustrate the Spanish, however should the hosts score early on then then La Roja could close out their World Cup qualification scoring four or five goals in front of their own fans.