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Spain vs Morocco Match Preview and Prediction World Cup Russia 2018

Spain vs Morocco
World Cup Group B
Date: Monday, 25 June 2018
Kick-Off at 19:00 UK / 20:00 CET
Venue: Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad.

Spain vs Morocco Match Preview 

Fernando Hierro's Spain has just experienced various obstacles at the 2018 World Cup. To start with the administrative change, at that point the last-pant equalizer from Cristiano Ronaldo in the opening apparatus against Portugal, lastly a stone strong protective line of Iran in what ought to have been the most straightforward fixtuer of the gathering for La Furia Roja. 

Spain just won because of a random goal from Diego Costa right off the bat in the second half as the Iranian guarded line fundamentally tested Hierro's side creation in the last third. The Asian hopefuls even denoted a leveler through one of their most eminent figures Saeid Ezatolahi, yet the goal was refused through the VAR innovation help for an offside. 

As much as Spain were fortunate to go ahead best at night fixtuer, Morocco weren't to take gain by a greatly improved execution against top picks Portugal toward the evening. The European champions wound up winning 1-0 on account of the mid fourth-minute goal from their star man Cristiano Ronaldo. 

The Atlas Lions demonstrated an awesome assurance to bob again from yielding a header in an imprudent way making semi-dozen possibilities before Rui Patricio's goal, yet Sporting Lisbon attendant was simply too great on the day. 

Spain Predicted Starting Eleven (4-1-4-1)

De Gea – Carvajal, Pique, Ramos, Alba – Busquets – Koke, Silva, Alcantara, Isco – Costa.
Morocco Predicted Starting Eleven (4-2-3-1)
Munir – Dirar, Benatia, Saiss, Hakimi – El Ahmadi, Boussoufa – Amrabat, Belhanda, Ziyech – El Kaabi.

Spain vs Morocco Head-to-head 

Moroccans will have the opportunity to appreciate the event of playing Spain interestingly at the enormous stage rivalry on Monday evening in Kaliningrad. 

Spain vs Morocco Predictions 

The head mentor Herve Renard will confront harsh circumstances rousing his men for the last round tie realizing that the Atlas Lions have effectively lost all expectations of making it to the knockout stage. In any case, an outcome against Spain would in any case be a huge accomplishment for the African outfit who merited substantially more than two limited misfortunes here in Russia. 

Spanish protective line, comprised of Gerard Pique and Sergio Ramos, plainly does not have the carefulness and Morocco could well get an opportunity to score their first goal in the competition against La Furia Roja. 

The Atlas Lions were only unfortunate to change over against Iran and Portugal each. They are without weight against one of the primary contenders for the crown and we'd not be astonished at all to see them on the scoresheet. 

In general, Spain could without much of a stretch face genuine inconveniences separating Morocco on the day and we unquestionably don't expect a restricted road for the European hopefuls here. The fundamental wager will be Morocco not to lose by at least two goals at the chances of 1.85. Bolder tipsters can attempt with the BTTS choice at 2.20.