Bet365 Preview: England vs. Slovakia: Back the Three Lions for a two-goal margin victory

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The three Lions will be expected to triumph over the Falcons even without their influential captain on Monday

England host Slovakia at Wembley Stadium for the 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifiers (Uefa) encounter in the absence of Wayne Rooney who retired from international duty.

Gareth Southgate’s side will be hoping for a favourable outcome in order to brighten their chances of featuring in their 15th appearance in the Mundial.

The English are sitting atop Group F with 14 points from six matches, two points ahead of their closest challenger-Slovakia.

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The Three Lions have only managed to come on top in two of their last six duels but they have dominated Jan Kozak’s side on head to head. Bet365 offers (1.33) for their victory in the encounter.

Southgate’s charges have had cause to share the spoils with their opponents and odds of (4.75) are on offer for the challenge to end in a no winner, no vanquish`

For Slovakia, they will be expected to fire on all cylinders if they are to stand a chance to pick an automatic ticket to the Mundial. They suffered a massive 6-0 loss to Sweden in a friendly in January but they have bounced back from the heavy defeat with victories over Malta and Lithuania in the qualifying campaign. Bet365 is putting up (8.00) for them to shock their hosts in front of their home fans.

The Wembley giants have shunned out eleven goals in their last six duels while the Falcons have not also failed to net in three of their last four engagements. As such goals will be expected to be at the premium as the betting firm is offering (1.82) for more than three goals to surface in the clash.

  Wales 2-1 Slovakia Stadion Antona Malatinskeho's outfit failed to notch in two of their last six outings, hence, both sides will not be expected to find the net in the meeting with the bookies pricing (1.57) for that to happen in the duel.

Punters who are very courageous can back England for a two-goal margin win in the challenge at the price of (4.00) understandingly so because the English team boast of very potent attack and their last win was a 2-0 victory over Lithuania.




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