England-Montenegro Betting Preview: Goals at either end in this crunch match

The Three Lions host Branko Brnovic's side in a crucial World Cup Qualifier, with our tipster backing both sides to find the net at Wembley
With two matches remaining in Group H on the road to Brazil 2014, one point separates the top three sides. England, who are in pole position, face Montenegro, who had led Group H for the majority of qualifying. Destiny is in the Three Lions' hands, but with tricky ties to come against the Montenegrins and then Poland, Ukraine, who sit in second, will be breathing heavily down their necks.

England come into this match after a professional performance away in Kiev in September. It was a game neither side could afford to lose, which resulted in a 0-0 draw. Roy Hodgson and his players this week have come out to the media and said confidence is high in the camp, and they have no doubts that they will qualify for the World Cup next year.

The Three Lions have stayed unbeaten throughout this campaign, drawing four and winning four of their matches. Paddy Power price them at 4/11 (1.36) to claim a vital win.

After kicking off their qualifying with a draw and four wins, Montenegro have faltered of late, drawing two of their last three, and losing the other match.

This has handed the advantage over to England with two games remaining. Branko Brnovic's side were heavily beaten by Ukraine at home back in June, a result which severely hampered there qualification hopes, and gave the Yellow and Blues a fantastic chance to spoil the party. Paddy Power don't give them much hope against England, pricing them at 8/1 (9.00) to cause an upset. The same firm price the draw at 7/2 (4.50).

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With England too short to back at 4/11, it's worth looking else where to find a bet that stands out.

The both teams to score selection would be a wise bet when you take into consideration the scoring form and defensive form of these teams. Despite keeping a clean sheet against Moldova in their last home match, England have been far from certain in defence.

This bet, priced at 11/10 (2.10) would have paid out in four of their last six matches at Wembley. When you also consider Montenegro have scored in their last six away games, including goals against Belgium, Ukraine and Poland, you can be sure they will attack England.

Both teams to score at 11/10 (2.10) 1.5pt stake with Paddy Power

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