Our football match prediction:
Spain will be looking to cement top position in Group 4 with a win over England at Estadio Benito Villamarin. La Roja rolled over Croatia 6-0 in their second group game in the UEFA Nations League and they head into Monday’s football game following a 4-1 victory over Wales in a friendly. La Roja have been scoring goals for fun of late, but they need to prove their worth on the field. The Three Lions, on the other hand, played out a goalless draw with Croatia in Rijeka on Friday evening . Gareth Southgate’s men are eyeing their third consecutive clean sheet in the process and they are likely to rely on their rock-solid defence in Monday’s derby. However, seeing that Fernando Hierro’s men have been in a splendid form of late, we are tempted to put our money on La Roja this time out.
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Match Time & Date:
15 October at 19:45
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Highlighted Player (Daniel Carvajal):
Daniel Carvajal is a Spanish footballer who is a product of Real Madrid’s youth academy. After making 68 appearances for Castilla, he moved to Bayer Leverkusen in 2012 and he was producing outstanding performances with the Bundesliga outfit in the 2012/2013 season. In the summer of 2013 he returned to Real Madrid as los Blancos exercised their buy-back option and the pacey full back has been playing for the Spanish giants ever since. Carvajal won two Champions League trophies with Real Madrid (2013/2014, 2015/2016), but he has yet to win the La Liga trophy with the capital club. Dani has five caps for Spain U21 and he played his fifth game for the senior team against Macedonia in the Euro 2016 qualifiers. He made his Spain debut on 4 September, 2014 in a 1-0 loss France in Paris. Speaking of his individual honours, he was named in the Champions League team of the season (2013/2014). Dani Carvajal has a contract with Real Madrid which expires on 30 June, 2020.
Highlighted Team (England):
One of two oldest national football teams besides Scotland, England have been playing international matches since 1872, but the World Cup title won on home soil in 1966 remain their only major trophy up to date. The Three Lions narrowly missed out on the 1990 World Cup final, losing to Germany on penalties, while they were stopped in quarter-finals on no fewer than five occasions. England twice reached the European Championship semi-finals, in 1968 and 1996, but they have been pretty disappointing at the start of the 21st century, despite boasting arguably the strongest league competition in the world. Sir Bobby Charlton, Jimmy Greaves and Bobby Moore were among players who secured the first major international title, whereas Gary Lineker, David Beckham, Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Wayne Rooney all played an important role during the modern age. Peter Shilton is the record holder with 125 caps for the national team, while Wayne Rooney surpassed Sir Bobby Charlton as the leading goalscorer in the England national team.