World Champions play Socceroos in dead rubber…
Where: Arena da Baixada, Curitiba
When: 17:00 BST
Watch live: Click here to watch on BBC Sport online!
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Spain and Australia will both be looking to pick up their first points of the World Cup this summer, after losing two fixtures apiece so far.
World Cup holders Spain though badly need to restore at least some pride, after embarrassing themselves against Holland, and losing to Chile to surrender their championship with little or no fight whatsoever.
While Australia have battled hard, they’ve lacked the quality to truly trouble Chile and Holland in Group B – although Tim Cahill has scored arguably the goal of the tournament so far versus the Dutch.
Spain will likely make wholesale changes, with the likes of Koke, Juan Mata and Pepe Reina likely to start – while the Aussies should should stick with the man that have so far done them proud.