Spain boss Luis Enrique is giving nothing away ahead of his side’s opening game.

And that includes in terms of who he will choose in goal.

Albion’s Robert Sanchez is one of three keepers in the squad.

Spain meet Sweden at La Cartuja in Seville tonight (8pm, BBC1)

Enrique has no intention of giving opposite number Janne Andersen any clues as to his plans.

In yesterday afternoon’s press conference, he said: “I’m not going to do Mr Janne Andersen any favours.

“Sweden are dangerous enough without giving them any gifts.

“The goalkeeper will come from the three I have in the squad.”

Sanchez and colleagues arrived in Seville yesterday.

Unai Simon of Athletic Bilbao is expected to start in goal with David De Gea also in the running.

Spain’s group fixtures were originally scheduled for Simon’s home stadium of San Mames.

But the city of Bilbao was unable to provide the required Covid-related guarantees.


Spain’s build-up has been affected by Covid but they appear in good heart.

Sanchez was wished well by Kepa Arrizabalaga as a back-up bubble, into which the Chelsea man was called, were released.

The Seagulls star has replaced Kepa in the squad.