According to Daily Mail, Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta could be in line for his first start on Wednesday as Spain desperately look to develop a winning mentality at the Euros before it’s too late.
Spain drew their opening two group games vs Poland and Sweden and need a win in their final group game against Slovakia.
Spain boss Luis Enrique wants more experience in his starting XI against Slovakia and is set to start Azpilicueta and Sergio Busquets for the first time in the competition.
“It’s not how it starts, it’s how it ends,” Azpilicueta said on Monday.
“The lesson is don’t give up when lots of people give you up for dead.
“That was the case with Chelsea. A lot of people gave up on us making the top four or going far in the Champions League. You have to keep going.”