With a 100% record from its opening two games, group leader
However, Bielsa has insisted that he would be sticking to his attacking philosophy, believing it would be harder to go out looking for a draw than it would be to go out for the win.
And that has gone down well with
After losing one and winning one of its first two fixtures,
Asked about Bielsa's intention not to play for a draw, Xavi said: "This is good for
"We're very happy to see they are going to attack, I think it's going to be a great game.
"We're going to give it everything we`ve got and the plan is to get as far as possible in the World Cup.
"There is going to be a lot of pressure tomorrow, the only thing that we're looking for is the victory. We have to play the way we normally play, circulate the ball and show our character on the pitch."
Spain hero Andres Iniesta claims he never lost faith in achieving FIFA World Cup success, despite a frustrating season with injuries and a bad start for Vicente del Bosque's side in South Africa.