Former Georgia international Kakha Kaladze has conceded Spain will be 'indisputably the favourites' when the two sides meet on Tuesday.
The ex-AC Milan player was realistic when discussing his nation's chances in the World Cup qualifier tomorrow, but also insisted that La Roja will not have it easy against Temuri Ketsbaia's side.
“The mere fact that Spain are coming to our country to play is very gratifying,” the defender, who has now retired and moved into politics, told Marca.
“They are indisputably the favourites though. Facing Spain, a team that has won everything over the past four years, is very motivating for any player.
“It will be a very difficult and very interesting game. It will also be a tough match for the Spanish, but it won't be a walk-over, even if they are clearly much stronger.”
Georgia defeated Belarus 1-0 on Friday in their first qualifying match. They will host Vicente Del Bosque's side at the Boris Paichadze stadium in Tbilisi.