After thrashing USA 4-0 in Foxborough on Saturday night, Vicente del Bosque's side travel to the South American country for their second friendly match in the space of four days
Morales; Rincon, Vizcarrondo, Rosales, Fuenmayor; A. Flores, Chourio, F. Flores, Arango; Fedor, Maldonado
Venezuela striker Salomon Rondon is unfit to start this match after picking up an injury late in the season with Malaga.
Rondon, who scored 14 goals in 29 appearances to help the Andalusian side avoid relegation, is only expected to be fit enough to make a late cameo appearance from the bench.
Coach Cesar Farias is set to name a strong side for the visit of the world champions, with former Mallorca favourite Juan Arango included in midfield.
Casillas; Ramos, Pique, Albiol, Iraola; Bruno, Xabi Alonso, Iniesta, Silva; Torres, Llorente
The president of Spain's football association (RFEF), Angel Maria Villar, promised a strong line-up for this friendly last month, as part of the terms agreed in the contract.
Coach Vicente del Bosque could hand a start to Fernando Torres up-front after the Chelsea striker scored as a substitute in Saturday night's 4-0 win over USA.
With many of the players tired following a long journey to Venezuela and the match on Saturday, Del Bosque is likely to freshen up his side by bringing in the likes of Andres Iniesta, Fernando Llorente and Andoni Iraola.
Meanwhile, either Pepe Reina or Victor Valdes could get an opportunity from the bench.
||DID YOU KNOW?|
- Venezuela's football team is nicknamed La Vinotinto (The Red Wine) because of the burgundy colour of their shirts.
- Venezuela is the only national team from Conmebol to have never qualified for a World Cup.
- Venezuela's all-time top goalscorer - with 20 - is Giancarlo Maldonado, who had a spell at Xerez last season.
- Another Venezuela forward, Salomon Rondon, plays in Spain with Malaga and has been compared to former Barcelona striker Patrick Kluivert.
- While football is growing in popularity in Venezuela, baseball remains the country's most popular sport.
- Spain could have faced Venezuela in this summer's Copa America, but the world champions decided to turn down the invitation to play in Argentina.
- Athletic Bilbao defender Fernando Amorebieta, who has been called up by Spain but remains uncapped, is eligible to play for Venezuela.
- Barcelona forward Jeffren Suarez is also eligible to represent Venezuela, but says he has chosen Spain and has represented La Roja at under-21 level.
- Spain have won the only two previous meetings between these two sides.
- In the 4-0 win over USA on Saturday night, Fernando Torres became Spain's joint fourth-highest goalscorer with 27, the same amount as former Real Madrid striker Fernando Morientes.
Commentaries, Stats, Player Ratings and much more,
Visit Goal.com Live Scores!