La Roja come into this game on the back of 1-1 draw with world champions Germany at the Esprit Arena last Friday.
For La Albiceleste, they claimed a fine 2-0 win over four-time world champions Italy courtesy of goals from Ever Banega and Manuel Lanzini.
This result was achieved without Lionel Messi taking to the field and another victory at (3.70) would certainly set them in the right tone for the World Cup.
None of the last five meetings between these two has ended in a stalemate but it’s still (3.35) for the game to go that way.
Of the last five clashes, Spain have won three while Argentina have taken two victories. Backing either team to win is available at odds of (1.28).
Goals have been scored at both ends of the pitch in the same five previous games between these giants and its (1.80) for it to happen again in the Spanish capital.
Julen Lopetegui’s have not lost any game since going out of the Euro 2016 round of 16 to Italy, going unbeaten in 17 games, winning 12 and drawing five. A double chance at (1.23) thus swings in their favour.What’s more is that the Iberian nation have won six of their last seven matches on home soil and are (1.55) with Bet9ja to win either half.