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Spain debuts in Qatar with the atmosphere that surrounds us since the golden generation gave way. The failures of Brazil 2014 and Russia 2018 tarnish the good role played by Spain in the last European Championship, and in the Nations League in which we lost in the final to France, and in which Spain has the pass to the next play off.

Luis Enrique has formed a list to his measure in which players like Iago Aspas, Borja Iglesias or Sergio Ramos himself are missing, but in which youth and illusion are equally abundant with people like Marco Asensio, Ansu Fati, Pedri, Gavi or Nico Williams.

Spain qualified with some difficulty against Sweden, although in the end the Nordic team will not be in Qatar.
The only recent mishap has been Gayá’s injury, which has led to the call-up of Barcelona defender Alejandro Baldé.

Spain could start against Qatar with Unai Simon; Dani Carvajal, Eric Garcia, Laporte, Jordi Alba; Pedri, Sergio Busquets, Gavi; Ansu Fati, Alvaro Morata and Pablo Sarabia.

Costa Rica will try to draw inspiration from the team that caused a surprise at Brazil 2014 by reaching the quarterfinals, where they lost to the Netherlands in penalty kicks.

In order to qualify, the team coached by Luis Fernando Suárez came in 4th place in the North, Central America and Caribbean region, behind the United States, Mexico and Canada. They then had to play a play-off against New Zealand, with a 1-0 victory for the Ticos, scored by Joel Campbell. In this match, the New Zealand team ended up outraged because they had 2 goals disallowed by means of the VAR and a player was sent off, by the way with the same referee who will be directing this match.

Costa Rica’s first starting eleven in this World Cup could be formed by Keylor Navas; Oviedo, Francisco Calvo, Óscar Duarte, Carlos Mártinez; Benett, Tejada, Celso Borges, Gerson Torres; Joel Campbell and Anthony Contreras. 

OVER 3.5 GOALS Odds: 2.00
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Author: Daniel Morgan