Switzerland: Bürki; Widmer, Schär,
Affolter, Daprelà; Moubandje (Hajrovic 79'), Nzuzi Toko, Wiss, Kasami,
Abrashi; Ben Khalifa (Seferovic 69'). 4-5-1.
Spain: De Gea; Montoya, Marc Bartra, Iñigo Martinez, Planas; Oriol Romeu; Deulofeu, Koke, Sarabia, Tello (Alvaro Vázquez 83'); Rodrigo (Sergi Roberto 89'). 4-1-4-1.
Spain made sure of their place in the play-off round after holding Switzerland to a 0-0 draw in Sion. After six wins out of six, the youngsters only needed a point against the team immediately below them in the table to ensure top spot. However the man who had taken them to that position was no longer in charge, Luis Milla being replaced by under 19 coach Julen Lopetegui after Spain's embarrassing early exit from the Olympic Games. Despite the scoreline there were many chances, with Rodrigo hitting the woodwork three times and Tello and Deulofeu testing Bürki, and Marc Bartra getting back to stop Toko after he intercepted a bad back pass and advanced on goal. Spain play Croatia in the last group game on Monday, but with the job done Lopetegui can try out some of his alternative players.