World Champions Spain take on Edinson Cavani & Uruguay tonight as Bet365 release the latest odds and a live streaming television service, enabling fans and punters alike to watch all the action online.
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There are a whole host of international friendlies taking place on Wednesday evening and one of the pick of them sees Spain lock horns with Uruguay in Doha.
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These two are both currently involved in World Cup qualifying matches of course and Spain look all but certain to reach Brazil in 2014, whereas Uruguay are struggling and might need a win in this one to boost their confidence.
Vicente Del Bosque’s men have been almost impossible to stop in recent years and these friendlies might be a chance for the manager to give some younger players a run-out and experiment ahead of the World Cup next year.
It is no surprise that Spain are the big favourites to come out on top in this one as they are at 4/6 to come out on top.
In terms of the squad that Del Bosque has chosen, there is no place for misfiring Chelsea striker Fernando Torres, which is believed to be due to his poor form for the Blues rather than him being rested.
David Villa has found first-team opportunities tough to come by with Barcelona, but he could be the man leading the line for his national side here. Villa is Spain’s all-time leading scorer and he does seem to love international football. He can be backed at 9/2 to break the deadlock.
Spain are considered as the best international team in the world and even though this is a friendly, they will be desperate for the points. Del Bosque has installed that winning mentality in the team and won’t want their first defeat since 2011 this week.
As for Uruguay, they have a lot of attacking talent, but have struggled defensively recently and could struggle to deal with the fire-power that Spain have at their disposal.
They have conceded 15 goals in their last five games across all competitions, which shows you where the problem lies for the South American outfit.
As mentioned though, going forward, they have so much quality and the likes of Luis Suarez and Edison Cavani are likely to play a big part in this one.
Suarez is proving himself as one of the Premier League’s best forwards and Cavani cannot stop scoring goals in Serie A, so if they can link-up well, then they will be a nightmare for defenders to deal with. Both are currently at 7/1 to grab that all-important first goal of the match.
Uruguay have the players in their squad to win this one, but it is going to take one of their best performances in a while to do that. They are out at 5/1 to take the spoils. In truth, it might just be an indication of where they need to improve ahead of the World Cup, should they qualify.
With this being in Doha, there is no home advantage, which should make it an even contest. It is all set for a fascinating 90 minutes of action that is not to be missed. Kick-off is at 6PM on Wednesday.