Fernando Torres and Cesc Fabregas, Spain
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Spain, defending champions, has plans to attack Italy in the European Championship final tomorrow as Spain coach Vincente del Bosque will name an attacking lineup comprised of three forwards.
Cesc Fabregas and Fernando Torres have shared the most of the responsibility for Spain's attack in the Euro 2012 clashes.
"We have more of an obligation to attack than to defend because we have players with capabilities to do so," Del Bosque said on Saturday. "Football moves forward and there has been a change of players in the team, but the nucleus remains the same. We're playing the same way we always have."
Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has praise for his players.
"A team that has Andrea Pirlo, Claudio Marchisio and Riccardo Montolivo is a team that wants to play football, there's no doubt," Del Bosque said. "It's an open final because we've both followed parallel styles to get here. Our styles of play have been very similar, I don't see much of a difference."
"We have to wait until tomorrow to see what the Italy coach does," said Spain playmaker Xavi Hernandez said. "Italian football isn't what it was two years ago, now they want the ball. They've got a great team and they know how to compete."
"Italy has changed, they've got better as the tournament went on and they deserve to be in the final," Del Bosque said. "We can't think we'll face a defensive Italy because they have never showed that here. They come playing a certain way and I imagine they will maintain it for this last game against us."
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