However, Alvaro Morata is one man yet to benefit from this free-scoring form, having featured just once so far and failed to fire.
Instead, Rodrigo Moreno looks like better value at 37/20 (2.85) considering he has started and scored in both of Enrique’s two competitive matches in command so far.
Also on target in both Nations League fixtures, Saul Niguez is a potentially lucrative 11/2 (6.50) shot to get on target from midfield.
For England, Harry Kane will be looking to avoid his longest ever international barren streak on Monday at the Estadio Benito Villamarin.
The Tottenham striker has gone six games without a goal for the Three Lions, but remains his side’s 11/2 (6.50) favourite with SportPesa to open the scoring in Seville, and 37/20 (2.85) to score anytime.
Marcus Rashford score the opener in the 2-1 defeat against this opposition at Wembley last month, but endured a frustrating night in Friday’s goalless draw away to Croatia.
Having missed a couple of gilt-edged chances in Rijeka, the 20-year-old is available at 3/1 (4.00) to return to form by getting on target for the third international match in four.
Rashford is actually the only player to find the net for Gareth Southgate’s men in the last four games, pointing to a dearth of reliable goalscorers.
Without a goals in 27 international appearances, Raheem Sterling is priced at 9/2 (5.50) to finally start replicating his prolific club form by striking for the first time in three years.