Australia v Spain Odds : Latest Free Bets from World Cup as Golden generation bid farewell

Spain take on Australia with the latest free bets offers to pick up on the game, as Del Bosque and his side look to sign out with a much needed win.

Both Australia and Spain have already been eliminated from the 2014 World Cup, meaning their match is no more than a dead rubber.

Australia have done themselves proud at the competition and only lost narrowly to both Chile and Holland.

Tim Cahill scored brilliant goals in them both, with the volley against Holland in their most recent match, a contender for goal of the tournament.

Australia lead the Dutch 2-1, however conceded two poor goals from Robin Van Persie and Memphis Depay, meaning they are out.

Match Facts

The holders Spain exited at the earliest possible opportunity are heavy defeats to both Holland and Chile.

Goalkeeper Iker Casillas had a nightmare again in the recent defeat to Chile, flapping a free-kick that led to the all important second goal.

Vicente Del Bosque’s side now won’t be lifting a fourth consecutive major championship, although their run has been an incredible one.

Monday’s match will be the first between the two.

World Cup best: Australia last 16 (2006); Spain winners (2010)
2010 World Cup: Australia group stage; Spain winners

Team news
After picking up his second yellow card of the competition, Cahill will miss Australia’s final World Cup game with Spain.

Newcastle Jets’ forward Adam Taggart looks set to come in for the former Everton man and will lead the line.

Australia may keep faith with the rest of the squad that have performed so admirably at the 2014 World Cup.

The same can’t be said for Spain, who could make numerous changes for their last game at the tournament.

Pepe Reina, Juan Fran and Koke are all rumoured to be set for inclusion at the expense of Casillas, Cesar Azpilicueta and Xabi Alonso.

Expected to see Xavi and David Villa feature in what will almost certainly be the pairs last match for Spain.

Australia (4-3-3): Ryan, McGowan, Spiranovic, Wilkinson, Davidson, Jedinak, McKay Bresciano, Leckie, Oar, Taggart
Spain (4-3-3): Reina, Juan Fran, Ramos, Pique, Alba, Xavi, Fabregas, Koke, Pedro, Iniesta, Villa


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