England proved Spain are beatable at Wembley on Saturday but Costa Rica will have a job stopping la Roja for a second successive game.
The world champions travel to central America to take on the CONCACAF outfit who haven’t qualified for a World Cup since 2006 and who struggled during this summer’s Copa America.
Vicente Del Bosque is likely to ring the changes after a gruelling ninety minutes at the weekend and a flight across time zones, but even still, the depth of talent at Spain’s disposal reflects their odds of 1/5 for the win.
Costa Rica have lost four of their last five internationals and have failed to score in each of those defeats so even 25/2 for them to win seems short, with the draw at 19/4 and the Costa Rica or draw double at 13/4.
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With del Bosque set to give game time to all facets of his squad, the first goalscorer market throws up some tasty odds.
Cesc Fabregas may start after his impressive cameo against England when he looked most likely to make something happen and you can have him at 4/1 to open the scoring, whilst out of sorts striker Fernando Torres will be eager to impress and looks worth a punt with generous odds of 333/100 to get things underway.
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