These markets combine multiple elements of a match into one selection, not something that is usually available.
Sunday's offering is over 2.5 goals, both teams to score, Isco to score anytime and over five corners for Spain during normal time.
An open match looks assured between the pair, despite's Spain's expected dominance. While Fernando Hierro's men have had few problems finding the net, they've not exactly looked assured at the back.
Seeing them concede three times to Portugal and twice to Morocco will give the hosts hope they can make a breakthrough although it may end up being in vain considering the class difference between the pair.
Isco has been one of the most impressive players for Spain in the competition so far and that's unlikely to change here.
The Real Madrid playmaker has only scored once but could easily have had two more given he had a shot cleared off the line last time out and hit the bar in the 3-3 draw on matchday one.
Backing the 26-year-old to find the net as part of this wager should add plenty more juice to the wager and his record for the national side is quite impressive.
11 goals in 31 senior appearances is solid and given his increasingly influential role in the side Isco should find plenty more success.
Spain's corner tally already sits at at 18 and given that they'll look to dominate possession, getting six more is unlikely to prove beyond the odds-on favourites.
They've covered that line in two of the three games, the exception being five exactly against Portugal so this looks a great way to round off a 9/1 (10.0) shot for Sunday's opening World Cup clash.