Saint-Martin-De-Re (France): Spain midfielder David Silva believes it is "normal" that two-time defending champions have been made the bookies' favourites after a scintillating start to their Euro 2016 campaign.
Spain face Croatia, who need a draw to qualify for last 16. Vicente del Bosque's men have secured their place in the last 16 round.
"At this stage it is normal that they make you favourites. We have won the last two European Championships and also for the games in the past few days," said Silva, who became the 10th Spanish player in history to reach 100 caps against the Czechs.
"But we need to keep our feet on the ground. We are calm and we need to continue that way."
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