Sports Mole takes an in-depth look at how Spain could line up in Sunday's 2022 World Cup qualification clash between Georgia and Spain.
Spain will be looking to record their first victory in Group B when they continue their 2022 World Cup qualification group away to Georgia on Sunday night.
La Roja, who were held to a 1-1 draw by Greece on Thursday, will have the same squad for this match, with Sergio Ramos available despite being replaced at the interval last time out.
Head coach Luis Enrique revealed after the clash with Greece that it had been previously agreed for Ramos to only play 45 minutes, meaning that the centre-back should retain his spot in the XI here.
Enrique has plenty of options for change, with Mikel Oyarzabal and Thiago Alcantara both pushing for positions in the starting side.
Pedri and Bryan Gil made their La Roja debuts against Greece, meanwhile, and will seemingly be a key part of the national team's plans moving forward.
The same XI from Thursday's clash could be sent onto the field once again, with Marcos Llorente again featuring at right-back, as both Dani Carvajal and Sergi Roberto are unavailable through injury.
Dani Olmo and Ferran Torres are likely to retain their spots in the wide areas, with Alvaro Morata, who scored his 19th international goal on Thursday, keeping his position at the tip of the attack.
Jordi Alba is pushing for a spot at left-back and could be given the nod over Jose Gaya, but the likes of Sergio Busquets and David de Gea should start on the bench once again.
Spain possible starting lineup:
Simon; Llorente, Garcia, Ramos, Alba; Torres, Koke, Rodri, Canales, Olmo; Morata