Line-ups: Belarus-Spain

As expected, Vicente del Bosque names a Silva-Morata-Pedro attacking trident for Spain’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Belarus this evening.

Nine changes from Thursday’s 2-1 friendly victory over Costa Rica begin in goal, where Iker Casillas replaces David de Gea.

At the back, Juanfran, Gerard Pique – on the back of being booed in Leon – and Jordi Alba all come in for Dani Carvajal, Marc Bartra and Juan Bernat, while Mikel San Jose and Koke make way for Sergio Busquets and Santi Cazorla.

Up top, David Silva and Pedro Rodriguez flank Alvaro Morata, with none of Nolito, Paco Alcacer and the injured Aleix Vidal convincing the Coach of their ability to lead the line in Borisov.

La Liga fans will surely remember the name of Aleksandr Hleb in the Belarus XI. The midfielder joined Barcelona in time for the 2008-09 campaign but made just 19 League appearances before becoming something of a journeyman.

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Belarus: Gorbunov; Martynovich, Shitov, Bordachev, Filipenko, Hleb, Volodko, Kislyak, Nekhaychik, Maevski, Kornilenko

Subs: Zhevnov, Chernik, Palitsevich, Polyakov, Dragun, Stasevich, Krivets, Putsila, Laptev, Signevich

Spain: Casillas; Juanfran, Ramos, Pique, Alba; Busquets, Cazorla, Cesc; Silva, Morata, Pedro

Subs: Rico, De Gea, San Jose, Bartra, Carvajal, Vidal, Bernat, Isco, Koke, Vitolo, Nolito, Alcacer

Referee: Schorgenhofer [AUT]

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