Alvaro Morata leads the line for Spain tonight as they face Ukraine in a crunch Euro 2016 qualifier at the Sanchez Pizjuan.
The Juventus striker makes his competitive bow for La Roja, with Andres Iniesta and David Silva flanking him in an attacking triumvirate.
Elsewhere, Juanfran and Jordi Alba both regain their places at full-back, while Sergio Busquets is fit enough to accompany Isco and Koke in central midfield.
Last but not least, Iker Casillas continues to see off the challenge of David de Gea between the sticks by claiming his 161st cap against Mykhaylo Fomenko's side.
Spain must beat Ukraine this evening in order to take control of second place in Group C and stay hot on the heels of pace-setters Slovakia, who tackle Luxembourg.
The omens look good for the European champions, however, as they have never lost in Seville, while the city's most famous club Sevilla have not lost at home for 13 months in continental competition.
Spain: Casillas; Juanfran, Ramos, Pique, Alba; Busquets, Koke, Isco; Silva, Morata, Iniesta
Subs: Asenjo, De Gea, Albiol, Carvajal, Bartra, Mario, Vitolo, Cazorla, Cesc, Bernat, Juanmi, Pedro
Ukraine: Pyatov; Fedetskiy; Khacheridi, Kucher, Shevchuk; Tymoshchuk, Rotan; Yarmolenko, Stepanenko, Konoplyanka; Zozulya
Subs: Boyko, Rybka, Burda, Rakitskiy, Bezus, Morozyuk, Husyev, Rybalka, Garmash, Oliynyk, Budkivskiy, Kravets
Referee: Cakir [TUR]