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Euro 2024: Spain's perfect record to be tested by Georgia in round of 16

Spain takes on surprise package Georgia in the round of 16 at Euro 2024 on Sunday (3 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports app). Spain is widely considered one of the tournament favorites after winning all three of its group games, but Georgia produced the shock result of Euro 2024 so far by beating Portugal, 2-0, on Wednesday.

Here’s what to know about the match:

Match facts

— Spain was the only team to finish the group stage with a perfect record of three wins, and its 1-0 victory over defending champion Italy underlined its credentials to win the European title for the first time since 2012.

— Spain had no trouble beating Georgia twice in qualifying last year. A 7-1 rout saw Lamine Yamal set a record for youngest ever goalscorer in a Euros qualifier, just two months after his 16th birthday.

— Georgia's rapid improvement under coach Willy Sagnol was on show in the win over Portugal that secured qualification. Its low block and quick counterattacks were similar to those of Albania, which caused Spain plenty of problems in Monday's 1-0 win.

— The winner plays either Germany or Denmark in the quarterfinals in Stuttgart on July 5.

[Related: Euro 2024 futures bets, Round of 16 picks by Chris ‘The Bear’ Fallica ]

Team news

— Fitness could be crucial. Spain hasn't played since Monday and was able to change 10 players from its lineup against Albania. Georgia, by contrast, was pushed to the limit against Portugal on Wednesday and is playing again four days later.

— Spain coach Luis de la Fuente has his full squad available as midfielder Rodri returns from a one-game suspension. Three defenders, including right back Dani Carvajal, would miss a potential quarterfinal if they're booked against Georgia.

— Georgia is full