Spain hand a start to veteran goalkeeper Iker Casillas in the absence of the injured David de Gea for their Euro 2016 qualifier against Belarus in Huelva.
Spain have handed a start to goalkeeper Iker Casillas for their Euro 2016 qualifier against Belarus this evening.
The Real Madrid stopper gets the nod in the absence of David de Gea, who has dislocated his finger.
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique has returned to the starting XI, lining up alongside Madrid's Sergio Ramos at the back.
Santi Cazorla and Isco will operate in the midfield, while Valencia man Paco Alcacer has been selected as a lone striker.
Belarus will line up in a 5-1-3-1 formation, with in-form striker Sergei Kornilenko spearheading the attack.
Spain: Casillas; Juanfran, Ramos, Pique, Alba; Busquets, Koke, Isco; Pedro, Alcacer, Cazorla
Belarus: Zhevnov; Matveychik, Martynovich, Politevich, Yanushkevich, Balanovich; Dragun; Kalachev, Krivets, Nekhaychik; Kornilenko