Vicente del Bosque's only real dilemma is whether to field a recognised striker in the final. Alvaro Negredo was poor in the semi-final so Torres would surely be favourite as Llorente hasn't kicked a ball at the tournament.
The coach may reward Fabregas with a start, however, as he looked bright when introduced against Portugal. David Silva has faded after a decent start to the tournament and could be the player to miss out if del Bosque feels that he needs a centre-forward.
Elsewhere the team will remain unchanged, with new Barcelona signing Jordi Alba looking to continue his fine form from left-back.
Italy's main decision is whether to stick with a 4-3-1-2 formation that has seen them progress through the latter stages impressively or revert to a 3-man backline that helped earn a draw with Spain in the opener.
Prandelli should reward Montolivo and keep the new Milan-man in an advanced playmaker role, with Pirlo pulling the strings from deep.
If, as expected, the Azzurri stick with a back four the main question mark is over who will start at full-back, with Abate back fit and in contention to play ahead of makeshift right-back Balzaretti.
Despite Italy's excellent and deserved victory over Germany in the semi-finals and, for that matter, Spain's underwhelming penalty win over Portugal, the holders will rightly remain as favourites to win come Sunday.
There is no doubting, however, that Italy are finding their form at the right time and will provide a stern test for the World and European champions, who come into the game with uncertainty over their attacking tactic.
Many have said that Spain's style is becoming boring, but they won't mind or change the way they play, so expect them to dominate possession as ever and wait for their chances, with a moment of brilliance potentially deciding this one.
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