Gareth Southgate’s men have won a staggering 41 of their 58 matches at Wembley since it was rebuilt in 2007, and they will be looking to improve upon that record against the Azzurri here.
England 3/1 to score
However, the online bookmaker is also offering a huge 3/1 (4.0) for new customers on England scoring a goal. £5 max bet, T&Cs apply.
The regular price on this is a mere 2/9 (1.22), which shows how likely the bookies think a home goal is.
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If England are able to find the back of the net against an Italy side that has kept out just two sides in their last 12 away matches, then the bet will be settled as normal and your extra winnings will be topped up within three hours.
All returns are paid in cash, not free bets, so placing the maximum stake of £5 on this market will lead to you having £20 of withdrawable money in your account if England score. No rollover or staking requirements, no free bets; just cash.
Despite the notable absence of Harry Kane, England still have plenty of options upfront.
Jamie Vardy has quietly gone about his business to net 14 Premier League goals whilst Jesse Lingard will be pushing for a start after netting the winner against the the Netherlands last Friday.
Danny Welbeck will also be available for Southgate to call upon as he looks to add to his 14 international goals, and more importantly, go some way to being included in the Three Lions’ World Cup squad.
England have only failed to score in five matches at ‘new Wembley’ and average over two goals per game there, including 12 in their last eight there.
As noted above, Italy’s road defence is far from the rock it is at home. Excluding tournaments, Luigi Di Biagio’s men have only kept clean sheets at Albania and Liechtenstein since 2015 and have shipped 19 goals in that time.