Spain are heavy 1/16 favourites to beat Georgia in Albacete as France look to potentially spoil the party with a win against Finland, with fans and punters alike able to watch the matches online with Bet365.
Spain and France are both two heavyweights of European football but Tuesday night will determine which of the two will have to go through the playoffs in order to reach the World Cup finals.
For Spain, they simply need to pick up a point against Georgia and that will be enough to send them to Brazil no matter what the result is in Paris.
Vicente Del Bosque’s squad are without any fresh injury concerns ahead of the tie and will look to field a similar quad to the one that beat Belarus 2-1 on Friday night.
Michu and Isco could both be line to earn back to back caps for Spain after making their debuts on Friday night meanwhile Sevilla defender Alberto Moreno could make his debut if things go well for the defending World Cup champions.
There could also be returns for several players who have been in good form in recent weeks including Man City striker Alvaro Negredo and Barcelona winger Pedro Rodriguez.
Georgia has struggled surprised many by not finishing bottom of the group as they are set to finish 4th in the group ahead of Belarus.
Many of Georgia’s more experienced names are likely to feature in the game including former Blackburn defender Zurab Khisanishvili and national captain Jaba Kenkava who will likely to provide some moments of worry for the hosts.
For France, they will need to beat Finland by 3 goals and hope Spain lose to Georgia to make it to the World Cup without going through the playoffs.
Laurent Blanc will still be without Bacary Sagna who picked up an injury just before Arsenal’s 1-1 draw with West Brom last weekend meanwhile Bastia goalkeeper Mickael Landreau is also out injured.
Blanc will be spilt for choice upfront with both Olivier Giroud and Karim Benzema in fine form for both club and country with both strikers getting on the scoresheet in the 6-0 win over Australia on Friday.
Finland are guaranteed third place in the group having proven themselves and picking up some points against Spain in a similarly tricky situation.
The Finns will be without several of their experienced campaigners with national captain Niklas Moisander and creative midfielders Alexei Eremenko and Mika Vayrynen all out injured.
This may be enough for France to find a way to break down the Finns but it will take more than that to stop Spain from advancing to the World Cup on Tuesday.
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