Brazil boss Luis Felipe Scolari is confident that Spain will be in perfect shape for the final of the Confederations Cup.
La Roja went all the way to penalties in the semi-final against Italy on Thursday, but the Coach has insisted that Vicente Del Bosque's men won't be tired.
“They are a very united team but we’ll just be playing our own game – as we have up until now,” he told setfutbol.com.
“We know that Spain have played a game less because they fielded their reserves against Tahiti.
“Their first choice players had the chance to recharge their batteries and they will be in perfect shape to play the final.
“We respect Spain’s quality but we will stand our ground against them. We will also try to show our potential. If we are in the final it’s because we are capable of beating them.”