Spain would easily win this game against Morocco. Morocco’s world cup dream came to an end when Cristiano Ronaldo put in a header in the back of the net. Morocco played well in that game and had been the better team but they were not lucky just like they were in their first game against Iran when they lost the match because of the own goal they conceded. Spain, after having a tough time with Portugal in their first game won their second game against Iran. The points are now tied so, Spain needs to win this game at any cost to chase their world cup dream.
According to bet365 the odds of Spain winning this game is 4/11, odds of drawing this game is 4 and the odds of Morocco winning this game is 10. Similar odds have been provided by skybet too as their odds for Spain emerging out victorious are 1/3 and probability for a draw is 4 and for Morocco to win the odds are 10. Betfair odd for Spain is 1/3, for Morocco is 10 and the odds of this match ending in a draw are 4.
Diego Costa will start in the front line in this game as well after scoring in his last nine matches for Spain when he started. Koke may also get a first team nod in this game after coming off the bench in the previous game. Daniel Carvajal is also expected to keep his position on the right flank in this game.
Morocco may start with both Amine Harit and Ayoub El Kaabi in this game. Third striker Kalid Boutaib may also feature in this game. Nabil Dirar and Nordin Amrabat will start in this game.
Morocco: L L W W D W
Spain: W D W D W D
Spain is most likely to come out on top after this game.
Man Of The Match:
If Spain has to win then it would fall on Diego Costa and if Morocco wins, it will be Nordin Amrabat.