Spain's Joaquin not expecting sweets in Iceland

September 4, 2007

MADRID, Sept 4 (Reuters) - Spain know they cannot afford to be complacent when they visit Iceland for their Euro 2008 Group F qualifier, winger Joaquin said on Tuesday.

'Iceland worry us because we know they don't hand out any sweets over there, and we saw that last year,' the Valencia player told a news conference.

'We have to go with all our big guns as there is a lot at stake. We need to focus on our own game and come away with the three points.'

Iceland only fell 1-0 to a late Andres Iniesta strike when they visited Spain for their Euro qualifier in March.

Anything less than a win leaves Spain with an uphill battle in Group F.

They are three points adrift of leaders Sweden and one behind second-placed Northern Ireland.

Spain fullback Joan Capdevila added: 'It's tough because we are playing away, but we are only focused on winning because we have no margin for error.'

Spain play second-bottom Iceland in Reykjavik on Saturday, and then receive bottom side Latvia in Oviedo the following Wednesday.