SPAIN are taking on Jordan in their final match before the 2022 World Cup this afternoon.
Luis Enrique's side will be hoping to lift the trophy in the Middle East next month but face a tough task if they are to do so.
But first comes a test against Jordan in their final warm-up match ahead of the 2022 World Cup.
And you can keep up with all the action right here.
- Start time: 4pm UK time
- TV/Live stream: Not televised
- Jordan XI: To follow
- Spain XI: To follow
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When is Jordan vs Spain?
- Jordan take on Spain on Thursday, November 17.
- The clash will kick-off from 4pm UK time.
- The match is live from the Amman International Stadium in Jordan, which can hold up to 17,619 spectators.
How can I watch Jordan vs Spain?
- Unfortunately, the match is not being televised in the UK.
- However, you can keep up with all the action with our live blog below.
What is the latest team news?
Jordan's all-time leading goal scorer Hamza Al-Dardou will be hoping to be named in the starting XI to test himself against the European giants.
Elsewhere, Ali Olwan is aiming to net in his fourth consecutive home appearance for his country, scoring four goals in his last three international matches in Jordan.
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For Spain, Enrique could opt to get some minutes in the tank for some of his rotation players ahead of the tournament, avoiding risking his key players.
Cesar Azpilicueta was taken off for Chelsea against Newcastle at the weekend, which could make him a doubt for the clash after Graham Potter confirmed he had an injury concern.
- Jordan to win – 80/1
- Draw – 13/1
- Spain to win – 1/25
Odds courtesy of Betfair and accurate at time of writing.
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