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Spain insist they will take no risks with the fitness of Fernando Torres after he picked up a knock in their World Cup qualifier against Armenia.
The striker has been undergoing physio at the team hotel on a muscle injury which forced his second-half substitution on Saturday.
Vicente Del Bosque's men face Bosnia on Wednesday and Torres hasn't been ruled out despite Spain having already qualified from Group 5.
The national coach has had friendly and positive talks with Rafa Benitez over the last 48 hours - and Liverpool's medical team are in constant contact with their Spanish counterparts.
"Torres is in very good hands here," said Del Bosque. "Sunday he stayed at the hotel and did not train because we went to a pitch in which there was no stretcher.
"He stayed at the hotel with the physios.
"Rafa Benitez has called me and I reassured him. We will care very much for Torres, like the rest.
"I told him that we will treat Torres as if he was at Liverpool.
"If the boy is well and wants to play, he will play against Bosnia. And if he has any problem, he will not play. It's that simple."
Meanwhile, Steven Gerrard has been deemed fit enough to remain with England ahead of their clash with Belarus after he was substituted against Ukraine with a suspected groin injury.
Author: Jimmy Rice Tagged:
, fernando torres
, steven gerrard
, vincent del bosque
, world cup
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