Don’t worry, the Premier League is nearly back! Not long now. In the meantime we have international football to keep us ‘entertained’.
As dull and depressing as England have been in the previous few years, a game against Spain should always be looked upon in an exciting light.
Not only does the clash at Wembley offer up an exciting prospect of football, it could be the game that seals Gareth Southgate’s position as the next permanent England manager.
In order to succeed at the national stadium on Tuesday night, the current interim manager will need his star players to turn it on against the three time European Champions.
One such star man is Man City’s Raheem Sterling, who has enjoyed a real resurgence in form under new manager Pep Guardiola, having faltered off the back of his Liverpool move under the guise of Manuel Pellegrini.
The former Red, however, will have to come up against his Sky Blues teammate, David Silva, who has been a mainstay for Spain, making 105 appearances in the decade since his debut, but just how do the two compare at the moment? Take a look…