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Spain have drawn three of their last five matches, and needed an 84th-minute winner to beat Tunisia in their final friendly last weekend.
They’ve not won the first game at three of their last four tournaments, so a slow start against Portugal – who were level after 90 minutes in five of their six matches at Euro 2016 – would hardly be a surprise, especially with Fernando Hierro taking charge for the first time.
Isco to score –
Isco was one of four joint-top scorers for Spain in qualifying, and bagged a hat-trick in their 6-1 thrashing of Argentina in March.
Seemingly guaranteed to start as either a false nine or attacking 10, he looks the most sensible bet to grab a goal.
Pepe to be carded
Everyone knows about Pepe’s bad-boy reputation, and two yellows in his last three matches for Portugal would suggest he’s not exactly mellowing with age.
Sergio Ramos to be carded
The same goes for Ramos, the most cautioned player in the history of the Spanish national side.
He was typically unabashed when responding to complaints about his antics in the Champions League final, and will surely employ similar dark arts for Spain’s toughest group game.
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