SPAIN take on Slovakia tonight with qualification to the last-16 of Euro 2020 still in the balance.
After two draws in their opening two matches, the Spanish could sneak through with another stalemate but will want to make sure with three points.
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Slovakia successfully got out of their group in Euro 2016 and will be looking to do so once again as they face the Spaniards.
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Denis Vavro will miss out for Slovakia after testing positive for Covid-19.
He is currently in self-isolation, while Ivan Shranz is the only injured player in the camp.
Sergio Busquets is back available in a boost for Spain, while Rodri could miss out after getting booked against Poland.
Spain and Slovakia's first ever encounter took place way back in 1996 during a World Cup qualifier in Tenerife, which the former won 4-1 on a night that current manager Luis Enrique played and scored.
Since then, the two sides faced off a total of six times with the Furia Roja winning a majority of four matches, whereas the Slovaks have only emerged victorious once.
Stefan Tarkovic's men will look to emulate their heroics from 2014 when they beat the Spaniards 2-1 at home during the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
However, Spain won the reverse fixture a year later with a score of 2-0, thanks to goals by Jordi Alba and Andres Iniesta, which marks their most recent encounter to date
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Welcome to our live coverage of the Euro 2020 group stage match between Spain and Slovakia at the Estadio La Cartuja.
It's go time for both teams with their fates set to be decided on a very open Group E that either one could end up topping or finishing at the bottom of the pile.
Of course, much is also going to depend on the other big game of the group between Sweden and Poland, who face off at the same time at the Gazprom Arena in Saint Petersburg.
Spain have been enduring a very disappointing start in their campaign, that could even lead to an abrupt ending unless they finally win today.
Furia Roja manager Luis Enrique has received a major boost as Barcelona legend Sergio Busquets has returned to full training and will be available for selection following his recent bout with coronavirus.
Therefore, he could earn a place in the starting line-up next to Barca team-mate Pedri ahead of Manchester City star Rodri, who was booked against Poland last week.
Slovakia manager Stefan Tarkovic, on the other hand, is going to be without Lazio loanee Denis Vavro, who is still self-isolating after testing positive for COVID-19.
The Slovaks are also going to be without Slavia Prague forward Ivan Schranz as he is still dealing with a thigh injury