Line-ups: Spain-Bosnia

Hector Bellerin and Marco Asensio make their Spain debuts against Bosnia-Herzegovina tonight as Vicente del Bosque names an experimental line-up.

With no Real Madrid or Atletico players involved due to last night’s Champions League final, Spain go with Villarreal’s Sergio Asenjo in goal and a back four of Bellerin on the right, Cesar Azpilicueta on the left and Mikel San Jose and Marc Bartra in the middle.

Cesc Fabregas and Bruno Soriano then act as a double pivot in the middle of the park for David Silva, the Manchester City man having shaken off a hamstring injury, Asensio and Nolito to support lone striker Aritz Aduriz.

Bosnia, meanwhile, are no pushovers as they start with proven pedigree in Chelsea’s Asmir Begovic and Roma pair Miralem Pjanic and Edin Dzeko, among others, while Ognjen Vranjes of Sporting Gijon is in at right-back.

Spain: Asenjo; Bellerin, San Jose, Bartra, Azpilicueta; Cesc, Bruno; Silva, Asensio, Nolito; Aduriz

Bosnia-Herzegovina: Begovic; Vranjes, Spahic, Kolasinac, Zukanovic; Besic, Hadzic, Visca, Pjanic; Hodzic, Dzeko

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