10. Defending champions Spain risk losing all three World Cup matches, which would be a first for a side that has made 13 previous tournaments. Spain are 8.00 to lose to Australia.
9. Vicente Del Bosque’s men lost 2-0 to Chile on Wednesday night, their second successive defeat. The last time Spain went three games without a win was in November 2000 – February 2001. They are 3.00 to lose/draw on the Double Chance.
8. Australia have lost eight of their last 11 games, including both at the World Cup. They are 1.38 to lose.
7. Spain have so far recorded 24 shots on goal from two Group B games, yet have scored just once. They are 8.50 not to score against Australia.
6. Tim Cahill scored in both of Australia’s Group B defeats this World Cup, yet misses the Spain clash through suspension. Without the midfielder, the Socceroos are 2.40 to lose without scoring.
Watch Spain crash out of the World Cup with a 2-0 defeat to Chile:
5. Spain have made just 18 tackles at the tournament so far, winning 12 of them. A red card on Wednesday is available at 5.00.
4. Eduardo Vargas’s opener for Chile was the first time in four games Spain had not scored first. They are 1.30 to net the opener in Curitiba.
3. Australia have been drawing at half time in three of their last four outings. A HT/FT price of 7.00 is available on the draw/draw.
2. Jordi Alba has completed more passes than any player in the Spanish squad (127) yet defensively the left-back is yet to win a tackle. Alba is 20.00 to score first.
1. Mile Jedinak scored his fifth international goal for Australia from the spot kick against Holland on Wednesday. The Crystal Palace midfielder is 6.50 to score again.