With one game left of the 2018 Nations League campaign, sides across Europe are all preparing for make-or-break clashes to secure promotion, relegation or a place at the finals.
For Spain however, their fate is out of their hands following defeat to Croatia on Thursday as they face Bosnia-Herzegovina in a friendly in Gran Canaria.
Luis Enrique's side are at least guarenteed of safety in Group A4 but will have to settle for second after England prevailed against Croatia at Wembley earlier today.
Bosnia meanwhile have already secured promotion to the top tier from Group B3 - but would dearly love to sign off the year with a major international scalp.
|Game||Spain v Bosnia-Herzegovina|
|Date||Sunday, November 18|
|Time||7:45pm GMT / 2:45pm ET|
TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch
In the United States (US), the game can be watched live on Univision Deportes and livestreamed on ESPN+.
|US TV channel||Online stream|
In the United Kingdom (UK), the game can be watched live on the Sky Sports Red Button and livestreamed on Sky Go.
|UK TV channel||Online stream|
|Sky Sports Red Button||Sky Go|
Squads & Team News
|Goalkeepers||De Gea, Arrizabalaga, Lopez|
|Defenders||Azpilicueta, Llorente, Inigo Martinez, Jonny, Ramos, Gaya, Jordi Alba, Hermoso|
|Midfielders||Busquets, Sergio Roberto, Raul, Suso, Rodri, Mendez, Asensio, Fornals, Isco, Ceballos|
|Forwards||Morata, Rodrigo, Aspas|
Enrique is without Sergio Ramos after the Real Madrid defender departed the squad in the wake of Thursday's loss to Croatia, returning to his club for treatment.
Spain XI: Kepa; Llorente, Hermoso, Jonny, Gaya; Rodri, Suso, Ceballos; Isco, Asensio, Morata.
|Goalkeepers||Begovic, Sehic, Kjosevski|
|Defenders||Vranjes, Sunjic, Zukanovic, Todorovic, Civic, Nastic, Bicakcic|
|Midfielders||Visca, Besic, Duljevic, Cimirot, Saric, Zakaric, Prcic, Krunic, Milosevic, Gojak|
|Forwards||Dzeko, Kodro, Bajic|
Head coach Robert Prosinecki is forced to contend with the absence of Miralem Pjanic after the Juventus man returned to Turin with a muscle strain.
Bosnia-Herzegovina XI : Sehic; Bicakcic, Nastic, Cimirot, Zukanovic; Besic, Saric, Gojak; Krunic, Visca, Dzeko.
Betting & Match Odds
Spain are the favourites to take the victory at 1/5, according to bet 365 , while a draw is available at 11/2. Bosnia, meanwhile, are priced at 12/1.
Halfway through their Nations League campaign, Spain looked a dead cert to be at the finals next year, having blown away England and World Cup finalists Croatia in convincing style.
But fast-forward a month and the shoe is on the other foot. Gareth Southgate's side made history in turning Luis Enrique's oufit in their own back yard while Thursday's loss in Zagreb left their fate out of their own hands.
Spain won't be in the last four, but they will be looking to arrest a potential three-match losing run on Sunday against a side unbeaten in their last six.
Enrique's side will be heavy favourites to prevail but they will have to do so without Sergio Ramos after the Real Madrid defender returned to his club following an injury picked up in Croatia.
Bosnia however will feel they have a chance of springing a surprise when it comes to their hosts, though they too are down a key man in the shape of Juventus' Miralem Pjanic.
Robert Prosinecki's team swept through their Nations League group unbeaten and have secured promotion to League A for the next iteration of the competition.
With Roma man Edin Dzeko once more expected to lead the attack, Bosnia will be hoping to end 2018 on a high - and head into next year's 2020 European Championship qualifiers on a hot streak.