Live on ITV1: Fri 19:45Danny Ings is 4/1 to break the deadlock as England host Estonia at Wembley. Preview below
England are in action on Friday night when they face Estonia and Stan James go 1/7 that the Three Lions continue their 100% qualifying record with a victory. That price is hardly backable although it’s worth noting that the Estonians haven’t scored away from home in qualifying and England’s defence has only conceded three goals in eight matches.
Therefore, Sky Bet offer a tempting 8/13 that Roy Hodgson’s team win to nil and it’s worth a dabble on the correct score market where we think 2-0 and 3-0 represent solid wagers.
2-0 can be backed at 9/2 (William Hill) and 3-0 is 17/4 (Stan James), with Estonia unlikely to cause many problems for an England team who will have the lion’s share of possession. The Three Lions to lead at half-time and full-time is a 4/9 shot (Stan James) although there’s probably a touch more value in going for Draw HT England FT at 3/1 (William Hill).
Liverpool’s Danny Ings is likely to earn his first cap and the striker is 4/1 (Paddy Power) to open the scoring at Wembley, with Everton’s Ross Barkley available at 15/2 (bet365) on the First Goalscorer market and he might be given the nod based on the excellent form he’s shown in a Toffees shirt this season.
England are 1/2 (Sky Bet) to win the game with a -1 goal handicap which means victory by a two-goal margin will see the bet make a profit. If you think there will be three goals or more, then backing Over 2.5 Goals could be the way forward and Winner.com offer 4/7 that this happens.
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