Spain take on Italy at the Estadio Vicente Calderon in a rematch of the Euro 2012 final. All eyes will be on Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa in his international debut for Spain after switching allegiances from Brazil.
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Spain manager Vicente del Bosque will be using this game against Italy to give Spain’s fringe players to nail down a place on the plane to Brazil. All the headlines in the build up to this match has been about 25 year old striker Diego Costa making his full debut for Spain.
Costa said why he chose Spain over Brazil: “Spain showed an interest and I felt wanted. If they thought that I could be important to them, considering the team they have, then it’s a privilege.”
Spain did not select Juan Mata or Fernando Torres.
Italy will be without star striker Mario Balotelli as he is injured, but Uncapped Torino striker Ciro Immobile might get the nod. Italy’s preparations have been disturbed by Roma midfielder Danielle de Rossi being left out of the squad after punching Mauro Icardi.
Manager Cesare Prandelli has selected Giorgio Chiellini and Marco Verratti as well as Gabriel Paletta, who might make his debut.
Possible starting lineups
Spain: Casillas; Juanfran, Albiol, Ramos, Alba; Xavi, Busquets, Iniesta; Pedro, Costa, Fabregas
Italy: Buffon; Abate, Astori, Bonucci, Criscito; Montolivo, Pirlo, Motta; Candreva, Destro, Cerci