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Spain and Chile might not have the same rich football rivalry that many countries do, but there's still plenty to watch out for when these two meet in the group stage.
Having played out a thrilling 2-2 draw earlier in the year, it's clear that the South Americans are not only capable of matching their European counterparts on the field, but also matching them tactically as well. Jorge Sampaoli has been able to get the best out of La Roja in the past 12 months or so, and they'll come to Brazil definitely thinking they are capable of emerging from a tough group.
Even if that means at the expense of world and defending champions, Spain, who just happen to be the nation that they gained independence from in 1818.
Chile and Spain have met a number of times in the past (especially in the 1950's and 60's), with Spain dominating the South Americans every time. Their most recent matchup was at the 2010 World Cup (where they were again drawn together in the group stage), as Spain won a tight match 2-1 after Marco Estrada's dismissal left Chile with just 10 men for most of the match.
That victory meant Spain were able to finish at the top of the group,and play Portugal in the round of 16 while Chile were consigned to playing Brazil (which they lost).
Spain, of course, would go on to win the trophy.
Don't think that Chile have forgotten about that, either.
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