Euro 2024: Spain's predicted XI for semi finals against France; who will replace Carvajal and Pedri?

Euro's semi finals between Spain and France to take place tomorrow with high hopes for both the teams. Check out the predicted XI for the Spanish team.

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The Euro's have come down to the last four teams of the tournament and we are just three games away from getting our European champions for the season. The four teams are equally strong and we all will be looking forward to how they will perform in these upcoming games. The matches coming up will be a joy to watch for all of us as major football fans.

The match we are going to be looking forward to is between Spain and France. These two have been the teams that have become the absolute favourites to win the Euro's. France has been dominating the tournament with their strong and balanced team with a great attack and solid defence to go with it. But it is the young Spanish squad who has impressed everyone and we will be seeing what could be the predicted playing XI for the team. This is a tough call as some great players will also miss out in this upcoming game.

Spain predicted XI for the Semis

Unai Simon; Marc Cucurella, Aymeric Laporte, Nacho, Jesus Navas; Fabián Ruiz, Rodri; Nico Williams, Dani Olmo, Lamine Yamal; Alvaro Morata

A few unfortunate players like Dani Carvajal and Robin Le Normand will be missing out on suspension and the talented midfielder Pedri will not be featuring in the tournament anymore due to his injury in the game against Germany. The front three of Alvaro Morata, Lamine Yamal and  Nico Williams will be a fix in the team and have been giving great performances. The midfield will face some changes due to Pedri's injury which should lead to Dani Olmo taking his place as a winger. The defence is where some major changes will happen and it seems like it will be Nacho and Aymeric Laporte who will play as centre back and Jesus Navas will take Carvajal's place at right back. Unai Simon will be the man between the sticks as he has done the whole tournament.

This side may have a lot of changes but they seem to have enough players to back it up even with the loss of some of their star performers of the tournament. It will be great to see how this team will perform against a strong-looking France side who are also among the best in the tournament.

 

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