Spain defeated South Korea 6-1 in their last international friendly, and a similar result against Georgia at Coliseum Alfonso Pérez on Tuesday will give them immense confidence ahead of Euro 2016. Spain's clash against Georgia will be their last friendly fixture before the La Roja take on Czech Republic on June 13.

Spain are one of the favourites to lift Euro 2016 in France, and they have all the ammunitions to win the elusive title. They are a team studded with stars, so much so that players like Diego Costa and Fernando Torres did not even get the ticket to France, which just establishes their formidable squad.

They have some incredible talent in their team, with some exciting youngsters. However, some eyebrows were raised when Real Madrid winger Lucas Vazquez was selected ahead of Isco and Saul Niguez. The winger is expected to feature against Georgia, and will be keen to justify his inclusion with a solid performance.

Manager Vicente Del Bosque was without the services of Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid players in the last two friendlies against South Korea and Bosnia-Herzegovina. He could field a strong team against Georgia, as he now has a full squad to choose from. Del Bosque is yet to take a decision on his final XI against Georgia.

"It's possible that De Gea will play tomorrow. Casillas did so against South Korea and that's all I can say. I don't have to make that decision now, and I'll make my mind up later.I do not know if tomorrow's 11 will be the 11 for the Euros. We want the players to get used to each other. We know the style we want to play and we'll choose the best players for that,'' ESPN quoted Del Bosque as saying.

Georgia will have their task cut out against Spain. They have been awful in their last six matches, failing to win any of the games. They suffered a massive loss in their last game against Romania, with the score reading 5-1. If Georgia do not take their game to the next level on Tuesday, they could be thrashed by the confident-looking Spanish side.

Georgia players will consider themselves fortunate if they manage even a draw against Spain.

Where to watch live

Spain vs Georgia is scheduled to kick off at 8:45 p.m. local time (12:15 p.m. IST, 2:45 a.m. EST). There is no live TV coverage in India and UK.

In the US, viewers can catch the game on ESPN3 USA, online streaming will be available on Watch ESPN

In Australia, the game will be broadcast on SBS One Australia, and African countries' viewers can watch the game live on Super Sport 3 Africa.

Spanish fans can watch the game on Telecinco Espana.