Spain v Belarus Live Streaming : Spanish look to get ahead of France with Group I win

The latest Spain v Belarus live streaming news with Bet365 announcing they have live streams of a wide variety of fixtures from throughout Europe tonight.

The Stoke based unit sees Spain as overwhelming 1/16 favourites to crush Belarus and put some daylight between them and France in the only Group I fixture on Friday night.

Spain have had a tough time in qualification having had to deal with constant pressure from France however the reigning world champions could get a bit of breathing space with a win against Belarus in Majorca.

Spain have won all but two of their 6 qualifiers and they currently sit joint 1st with France as they play their game in hand tonight over their title rivals.

There has been a lot of talk before the game of the omission of both Fernando Llorente and Roberto Soldado from the squad in favour of less experienced players such as Swansea City striker Michu.

Spain v Belarus : Best Odds
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Michu has been in good form over the last 12 months and Vincent Del Bosque obviously sees this as the opportune time to hand him a debut against Belarus.

With several big names such as David Villa, Jordi Alba and Carles Puyol all out injured, it’s expected to see some alternative tactics from Del Bosque with Cesc Fabregas expected to be the main attacking force for Spain whilst midfielders Juanfran and Koke could very well deputise at the back.

Belarus have been largely disappointing during this qualifying campaign having picked up just 4 points from their first 7 games and sitting bottom of the table.

As they have no major injury concerns, it’s likely that Belarus will likely stick with several of their top stars including striker Sergey Kornilenko who is the biggest goal threat to the hosts having previous scored 13 times in 59 games for his country.

There will need to be work done defensively with Belarus having conceded 14 goals in their first 6 games although goalkeeper Syaehey Vyeramko is expected to keep his place in the starting line-up for their final game of the qualifying campaign.

With France not in action until Tuesday, Spain won’t get a better opportunity to put themselves into the driving seat for automatic qualification as the group stages enter its final few games.

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