(L-R) Spain's David Silva, Sergio Busquets, Diego Costa, Andres Iniesta and Xabi Alonso react after Chile's Charles Aranguiz scored his team's second goal. (REUTERS/Dylan Martinez)
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Spanish midfielder Andres Iniesta will win his 100th cap against Australia Monday but the deposed champions will make several changes to ensure as many players as possible get a game at the World Cup.Barcelona's Iniesta scored the winning goal when Spain beat the Netherlands 1-0 in the 2010 final and has been a key part of a team that had swept all before it in European and world soccer over the past six years.Del Bosque said Pepe Reina would probably start in goal in place of captain Casillas, who has made a number of errors and conceded seven goals in two defeats in Brazil.Del Bosque said the result against the Australians would not influence whether he stays on as Spain coach.
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