Having suffered defeat in its first two games, the European champion will be hoping to conclude with a victory, while its African opponent could still qualify.
Montoya, Botia, Dominguez, Alba
Romeu, Martinez, Herrera
Tello, Muniain, Adrian
Aberhoun, El Kaoutari, Jebbour
Noussir, Labayd, Fettouhi, Abdel, Kharja
With the team's tournament over, Spain coach Luis Milla may make a few changes to his starting side after its disappointing defeat to Honduras. Iker Munian has recovered from injury and will most likely get minutes, with Adrian and Cristian Tello supporting in a new-look front three.
Morocco is also relying on Japan to beat Honduras along with condemning Spain to its third defeat on the trot to progress to the quarterfinals - so Per Verbeek is likely to select the strongest possible side at his disposal.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- In its second game of this Olympic football tournament Spain had 67 percent of the possession, but still lost 1-0 to Honduras.
- The Spanish have three players from the squad that won Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine: Juan Mata, Jordi Alba and Javi Martinez.
- When Spain last entered the Olympics in Sydney in 2000 it was in the same group as Morocco, and beat the Africans 2-0 thanks to goals from Jose Mari and Gabri before winning the gold medal.
- In two meetings in senior international football, Spain has never lost to Morocco - scoring four goals in two games.
- Morocco is managed by Dutchman Pim Verbeek (pictured right), who has previously managed the South Korea and Australia national teams, taking the Socceroos to the 2012 World Cup.
- Striker Nordin Amrabat was initially capped by the Dutch national youth teams, and was even called into the senior squad on one occasion, before deciding in Nov. 2011 to play for Morocco.
- Morocco will have half an eye on the other group game between Honduras and Japan, needing a victory and a Honduran defeat with a two-goal swing to progress.