Jordan vs Spain – 2022 Friendly, match preview, predicted lineups

Jor vs Esp
Spain and Jordan will go head to head in an international friendly on Thursday

Spain and Jordan take on each other on Thursday in both teams friendly fixture as teams are preparing for the upcoming FIFA World Cup. Spain go into this game as the favourites.

Kick-off : 7:00 PM (Local)

Venue : Amman International Stadium, Amman

Spain are among the favourites for this year’s football World Cup and they will look to build towards an unassailable campaign. La Roja will look to play quality football.

Spain have been good this year throughout with almost no blunders. They will need to have the same template to end the year maybe with a World Cup trophy. They last defeated Portugal in an international friendly 1-0.

Manager Luis Enrique will use his 4-3-3 formation against Jordan to get the job done.

On the other hand, Jordan are no in this year’s FIFA World Cup and they will look to learn at this level.

The Chivalrous Ones have had a good year this one and they have churned out victories against almost every opposition. They will look to continue playing the template. They won against Oman 1-0 in September.

Boss Adnan Hamad will probably utilise a 4-1-4-1 system and contain Spain. They will look to hit on counter.

Team news and possible lineups

Hamza Al-Dardour is available for Jordan and will play.

As for Spain, Hugo Guillamon and Yeremy Pino are both available and will likely play.

Jordan XI : Laila, Al-Zoubi, Obaid, Hashish, Yassin, Al-Hourani, Samir, Al-Rawabdeh, Olwan, Al-Dardour, Al-Naimat.

Spain XI : Simon, Carvajal, Guillamon, Garcia, Gaya, Soler, Gavi, Busquets, Pino, Torres, Williams.


Spain are firm favourites for this one and the plan must go well as Spain the World Cup favourites up the atmosphere. Them to win 3-0 in Amman.



Alankrit Mathur

Hi, I am Alankrit Mathur. I have a passion for Football & Cricket. I love to write blogs about the above mentioned sports.

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