One of the most high profile-friendlies this week takes place in Dusseldorf where the last two World Cup winners meet.
The former Porto boss will take charge of La Roja at a tournament for the first time in June, where his side are 15/2 (8.50) shots to lift the trophy again.
The Germans are slight favourites for the game at the ESPRIT arena, with bet365 offering them at 7/5 (2.40).
Germany manager Joachim Low has called up 26 players to his squad. Manuel Neuer and Marco Reus remain out injured, but the hero of the 2014 final Mario Gotze is not currently in contention.
Goals at a premium
The last time these sides met was in a rain-swept friendly in Vigo four years ago, won by Germany after a late Toni Kroos shot was fumbled by Kiko Casilla for the only goal of the game.
Indeed, the three games that these two sides have contested over the last decade have ended in a 1-0 scoreline, with Spain triumphing twice and Germany once.
Preview and predictions
Under 2.5 goals is offered at 17/20 (1.85) and this looks an excellent price, given the sides' respective records in friendlies.
Germany, meanwhile, have seen six of their last seven non-competitive games produce under 2.5 goals and the odds quoted for a repeat look too good to miss.
Prices correct at time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.