Brazilian superstar Neymar believes Spain are favourites to lift the 2013 Confederations Cup on Sunday.
The two countries are set to lock horns in the prestigious Cup competition on Sunday and Neymar says he is not underestimating his European rivals.
"They (Spain) are the best side in the world and are favourites," said Neymar.
"We must play football and not fear them. We are playing the best team of the world nowadays, but we also have great players in the Brazilian national team.
"I respect and admire Spain a lot, but our football is nice on the field and we're hopeful and trust one another to play a perfect match on Sunday."
Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, on the other hand, believes his side has what it takes to overcome Spain.
"We are playing Spain by respecting their quality, but also trying to show our potential and talent," he said.
"We have reached the final and we have enough quality to get past them.
"Spain are a totally integrated team but we'll play with our own style, with the way we've been playing so far."