Ahead of Tuesday night's friendly with France, Spain manager Julen Lopetgui confirmed that he would make changes to his starting eleven but would not reveal how many or where on the pitch they would be.
With Diego Costa having started and scored in Friday's World Cup qualifying win over Israel, Alvaro Morata might feel that he is in with a good chance of leading La Roja's attack.
The Real Madrid forward has made quite an impact coming off the bench for his club this season and will be hoping to take any chance given to him by Lopetgui. Both he and Costa are offered at 19/10 (2.90) by Betfair to score at anytime in the Stade the France, which is the same price offered for both of France's main goal threats.
Antoine Griezmann and Olivier Giroud were both on the scoresheet during France's 3-1 qualifying victory over Luxembourg at the weekend and the duo have been in good form for their country, with the former priced at 21/10 (2.90) to score.
The latest high-profile friendly that Les Blues contested was against Italy in September, a game in which Giroud found the back of the net and the Arsenal striker seems to be taking advantage of the fact that Karim Benzema is not being selected by Didier Deschamps.
Elsewhere in the betting, David Silva is offered at 4/1 (5.00) to score and the Manchester City man's strike against Israel lifted him to fourth on the list of Spain's all time leading scorers. Whether or not the 31 year old starts once more remains to be seen, although he seems to be an integral part of Lopetgui's plans.
Thirteen years Silva's junior is Kylian Mbappe and the Monaco forward has been gracing the front pages of the Spanish sports dailies for the latest couple of weeks amid stories linking him with a move to La Liga.
Mbappe made his debut for the national team against Luxembourg and is priced at 23/10 (3.30) to score his first ever goal against Spain ahead of Dimitri Payet at 13/5 (3.60) and Spain's joint top scorer in World Cup qualifying, Vitolo, at 7/2 (4.50).