Kepa Arrizabalaga was preferred to David de Gea for the game with the Faroe Islands, but the Manchester United stopper may be recalled for Monday’s match.
Enrique is also expected to make several outfield changes, the most likely being a return for Jordi Alba at left-back and Sergio Busquets in central midfield.
Marco Asensio should also feature for Spain, meaning that Santi Cazorla will drop down to the bench having completed the 90 minutes on Friday.
Andersson is unlikely to make major changes to his Sweden starting lineup, although Sebastian Larsson could be brought in to bolster the midfield.
Marcus Berg may get the nod over Quaison, despite the latter’s recent displays in the final third.
Spain possible starting lineup:
Arrizabalaga; Carvajal, Ramos, Hermoso, Alba; Roberto, Busquets, Isco; Aspas, Morata, Asensio
Sweden possible starting lineup:
Olsen; Lustig, Jansson, Helander, Augustinsson; Claesson, Olsson, Ekdal, Larsson, Forsberg; Berg
Head To Head
Monday’s match will represent the 13th encounter between the two nations, with Spain registering five wins in comparison to three victories for Sweden.
However, it has been 11 years – almost to the day – since these sides faced each other and on that occasion, Spain recorded a narrow 2-1 triumph at Euro 2008.
Sweden have not defeated Spain on their travels since a 3-1 success in an international friendly back in 1988.