England travel to the Ta’Qali National Stadium to take on Malta in Group F of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers on Friday night.
Pietro Ghedin’s side are the minnows of the group as they’ve failed to get any points from their games. They are rock bottom and have thus been eliminated. Though they claimed a rear win over Ukraine in June, odds of (51.00) quoted by Bet365 don’t suggest another win is on the cards.
The Thee Lions sit top of the group and are two points behind Slovakia whom they meet later on Monday. Recent results have been patchy for England but they should be confident of seeing this one out with a win at odds of (1.04).
The same firm stakes massive odds of (21.00) to see the game end in a stalemate.
Since their opening 5-1 defeat at home Scotland, Malta have not conceded more than two goals including the reverse fixture which ended 2-0. Backing a winning of that outcome is available at odds of (1.10).
Still Considering how the reverse fixture went, a win to nil for the Three Lions is priced at (1.18).
Harry Kane had a torrid August in which he failed to scored in the entire month. The international break is an opportunity for the 23-year old to shake off the disappointment and Bet365 tip him to break the deadlock at (3.25) and (1.40) to score anytime.