Talented French could be toppled by improving Spain
Inexperience may prove costly for Les Bleus
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Exciting times lay ahead for France who have several talented young players pushing for places.
Monaco pair Kylian Mbappe and Benjamin Mendy made their debuts on Saturday as part of a young French side who won 3-1 away to Luxembourg.
However, France's performance was far from perfect and their defensive flaws could be exploited by better opposition at this stage in their development.
Spain are not the irresistible force they once were but are still among the strongest teams in Europe and are packed with experienced players.
Julen Lopetegui's side are unbeaten since their round-of-16 exit at Euro 2016 and will look at the France game as a chance to show they remain competitive at the very highest level.
A close match is in store but Spain look value at odds-against with the draw no bet.
Spain draw no bet
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Paul Pogba and Bacary Sagna were early withdrawals from the squad and Djibril Sidibe is out after picking up a chest injury during Saturday's match with Luxembourg.
No fresh injuries have been reported but goalkeeper Pepe Reina missed out on the original squad due to an unspecified injury.
Spain have scored two goals or more in six of their last seven games.