England vs Spain at the Wembley Stadium – this mouth-watering clash does not require an introduction. However it is an international friendly but there is more to it. We will look into a number of key factors that will light up the Stadium in the city of London.

 

## On one hand Gareth Southgate is looking to bolster his chances to earn a permanent contract from the Three Lions and on the other, England skipper Wayne Rooney is desperate to get back to form.

 

## This is the last of the international friendlies to be played this year and either side would not want to lose this game.

 

## An array of superstars will take the field on Tuesday night at the Wembley Stadium, so there is no way one can miss this fixture even if it is an insignificant one in terms of its magnitude.

 

## Under Julen Lopetegui, Spain have not managed to showcase their flair, which they are usually famous for. The La Roja players will be keen to impress their boss and show some class against Ronney and co on Tuesday.

 

## Two star strikers from other side, Harry Kane (England) and Diego Costa (Spain) will not be seen in action as both the players are nursing injuries.

 

## Manchester United wonder-kid Marcus Rashford will take Kane’s role in his absence and no one has much doubt over what he can do if he is on song.

 

## United legend Paul Scholes has said Ander Herrera has been one of the best signings by the Red Devils in the recent times. He will look to live up to the expectations against England at the Wembley.

 

## Spain will also be without a string of stars like Gerard Pique, Andres Iniesta, Sergio Ramos, Jordi Alba and Javi Martinez.

 

## England must not forget the fact that the Spain have come out victorious in the last four out of five matches against the former.