Spain coach Luis Enrique raised eyebrows around the world when he announced a squad for the 2022 World Cup that did not include Sergio Ramos or David de Gea.
While there is plenty of experience from the likes of Sergio Busquets and Alvaro Morata, Spain will be hoping rising stars like Ansu Fati and Gavi can inspire them in Qatar.
The final World Cup warm-up game against Jordan gives Spain a chance to build on their recent good form, losing just one of their last five matches.
Jordan also come into the match in strong form, having won all of their last five games without conceding a goal, albeit against lowly opposition.
Jordan vs. Spain lineups
Leuven winger Mousa Al-Tamari is the player to watch for Jordan, who will hope to do Spain some damage by attacking down the right flank.
JORDAN (4-5-1): Abulaila (GK) — DEFENDERS Haddad, Khattab, Al Arab, Abu Hash — MIDFIELDERS Al Tamari, Samir, Abdel Rahman, Al Rawadbal, Zraiq — FORWARDS Olwan
Luis Enrique may choose to stick with the team that beat Portugal, 1-0, last time out by starting with a front three of Ferran Torres, Alvaro Morata and Pablo Sarabia, but Nico Williams, Gabi and Pedri will hope to be involved at some stage.
SPAIN (4-3-3): Simon (GK) — DEFENDERS Carvajal, Guillamon, Torres, Gaya — MIDFIELDERS Soler, Rodri, Koke — FORWARDS Torres, Morata, Sarabia