Spain vs Russia Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

Spain vs Russia Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

Spain vs Russia predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

Spain vs Russia predictions for Tuesday’s International friendly at La Rosaleda in Malaga. La Furia Roja can use this match to experiment after booking their place at next summer’s World Cup. Read on for all our Russia vs Spain free predictions and Betting Tips.

Spain vs Russia predictions, match date, time and kick-off

The Russia vs Spain match date and time is set. Russia vs Spain fixture is on Tuesday, 14 November and game kick-off time is 19:45 BST at La Rosaleda.

Date: Tuesday, 14 November
Time: 19:45 BST
Stadium: Krestovsky Stadium, St Petersburg

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Spain vs Russia predictions

Here are the best Russia vs Spain odds and our Spain vs Russia predictions and Betting Tips:

Home Win Best Odds: 8.00 with bet365

Away Win Best Odds: 1.47 with Unibet

Draw Best Odds: 4.25 with Unibet

Our Russia vs Spain prediction

Although it’s always difficult to play in Russia, we expect Spain to be too strong. La Roja are priced at 1.47 with Unibet. Below you can read the reasons for our Spain vs Russia predictions.

Russia vs Spain Correct Score Prediction

We expect Spain to win 2-0 at 6.50 with Unibet

Russia vs Spain First Goal Scorer Prediction

We expect Alvaro Morata to score first at 4.50 with bet365

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Spain vs Russia Predictions

Reasons For Spain vs Russia predictions & Betting Tips

Spain are the favourites for this match with odds of 1.47 with Unibet, with hosts Russia the outsiders at 8.00 with bet365 to cause an upset in St Petersburg.

La Roja have opted to get a taste of one of the venues for next summer’s World Cup with this friendly at the Krestovsky Stadium, which will host eight matches including the semi-final.

At this time of year the temperature is very cold – especially given that this match will kick-off at 9.45pm local time – which could put Spain at a disadvantage.

However, there is a significant gap in quality between the two sides and we are still backing them to win at 1.47 with Unibet.

Having qualified for the World Cup as hosts, Russia have been mainly playing friendlies since Euro 2016, where they crashed out at the group stage and were remembered more for off the pitch trouble than their performances.

They suffered the same fate in last summer’s Confederations Cup, which they hosted. Spain on the other hand are in unstoppable form, and improving all the time under Julen Lopetegui.

In Alvaro Morata they have one of the best strikers in the world, and we’re backing the Chelsea man to continue his goalscoring run and score first at 4.50 with bet365.

As for the correct score, a 2-0 win for La Furia Roja is our tip at 6.50 with Unibet.

Spain vs Russia Betting Tips

Russia vs Spain Form

Spain face Russia at the Krestovsky Stadium in St. Petersburg on Tuesday night. La Roja are still yet to loser under manager Julen Lopetegui, and are looking like serious contenders for the World Cup next summer. This will be a good test for them in one of the tournament’s host cities.

Spain Form

La Seleccion are in great form under Lopetegui and have won their last six matches. The 2010 World Cup champions are unbeaten in 15 matches since he took over last year.

Spain Form: WWWWWW

Russia Form

Having qualified automatically for the World Cup as hosts, Russia have mainly been playing friendlies for the last year or so. They did play in the Confederations Cup but crashed out in the group stage.

Russia Form: LDWWLL

Spain vs Russia Team News

Russia vs Spain Head To Head (H2H)

The two teams have met five times before, although not since Euro 2008 when they played in both the group stage and the semi-final. Spain won both matches comfortably, and have never lost to Russia in any of their previous meetings (4 wins, 1 draw).

Russia vs Spain stats

Date Match Score Competition
23 Sep 1998 Spain v Russia 1-0 International Friendly
12 Jun 2004 Spain v Russia 1-0 UEFA European Championship
27 May 2006 Spain v Russia 0-0 International Friendly
10 Jun 2008 Russia v Spain 1-4 UEFA European Championship
26 Jun 2008 Russia v Spain 0-3 UEFA European Championship

Team News

Spain are without Dani Carvajal due to injury. Isco also limped off of Saturday’s win against Costa Rica and has left the squad. Julen Lopetegui is expected to experiment with his line-up in one of the World Cup host cities.

Spain vs Russia predictions

Home win: Spain to win at 1.47 with Unibet

Russia vs Spain Correct Score Prediction

Spain to win 2-0 at 6.50 with Unibet

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