England haven’t quite booked their place at Euro 2012 but the 3-0 victory in Bulgaria, allied with Wales’ triumph over Montenegro on Friday means that Fabio Capello’s men are on the verge of qualification and will be just a point away if they beat the Welsh at Wembley.
Paddy Power price a win for the ‘Three Lions’ in their penultimate Group G fixture at just 1/7 while Gary Speed’s troops are as high as 22/1 with to cause a huge upset and Totesport post 7/1 against a stalemate.
England looked comfortable at the back in Sofia, where Bolton’s Gary Cahill put in an assured performance in the heart of the defence and up against a Wales team that tends to lack cutting edge, a home success ‘to nil’ seems a fairly safe bet at 8/11 with Betfred.
A second 3-0 triumph in the space of a few days for Capello’s charges is available with 888Sport at 6/1 and it’s a slightly skinnier 11/2 (Blue Square) for the hosts to notch twice without reply.
Meanwhile, in attack, Wayne Rooney, who struck twice on Friday against Bulgaria, is a 3/1 shot courtesy of bet365 to break the deadlock in this one and make the Manchester United a more slender 11/4 to grab another brace at some stage.