England are chasing a fifth win from five matches in Group E.
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Vicente del Bosque's side are second in the group after four games, three points behind Slovakia, who beat Spain in October.Del Bosque is overseeing a period of transition following last year's World Cup disaster and his latest squad features the likes of Athletic Bilbao defender Mikel San Jose, Sevilla winger Vitolo and Malaga forward Juanmi, who replaces the injured Diego Costa.With the top two in each group qualifying automatically for next year's finals in France, Spain and Ukraine are level on nine points in Group C, three points behind leaders Slovakia, who host Luxembourg.The Dutch are chasing a 20th consecutive home win in a competitive game but must do so without the injured Arjen Robben.Serbia have a new coach too, with Dick Advocaat's successor Radovan Curcic leading the team in a competitive game for the first time on their trip to Portugal in Group I.Coach Joachim Loew has called captain Bastian Schweinsteiger, midfielder Ilkay Gundogan and defender Holger Badstuber back into his squad for the game after long-term injuries.
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