Brazil have made no changes to their starting lineup for the Confederations Cup final, with Luiz Felipe Scolari keeping faith in the 11 players that defeated Uruguay in the semifinal. Spain are taking a different approach after their disappointing performance against Italy. Fernando Torres keeps his place despite Roberto Soldado and Cesc Fabregas returning from injury, but Juan Mata plays ahead of the disappointing David Silva. Expect him to do quite a bit of interchanging with the most advanced midfielder, Andres Iniesta, who has played plenty of left forward for club and country.
Kickoff is at 6 p.m, ET from the Maracana. The game can be seen on ESPN in the United States, BBC One in the U.K. and CBC in Canada.