The 2018 World Cup has already seen 25 goals in 11 matches and Monday’s matches promise the best return yet as two heavy favourites are both in action.
There is a definite opportunity for plenty of goals in both games with the deadly duo of Romelu Lukaku and Harry Kane surely licking their lips at the prospect – and you can get an enhanced price of 5/2 (3.50) that both find the net. Max stake £20, T&Cs apply.
This is an industry-best price and looks set to prove extremely popular ahead of Monday's action. Lukaku had a fruitful debut season for Manchester United with 27 goals in 51 matches and added 13 for Belgium, including a hat trick against Gibraltar in a 9-0 win.
The 25-year-old has scored in eight of his last nine appearances for his country and netted twice against Costa Rica just last week to take his tally for the national team to 36 in 69 games.
Lukaku is usually just 4/7 (1.57) to score anytime whilst Premier League rival Harry Kane, who scored 30 times in the league for the first time since, is slightly longer at 4/5 (1.80) to net against Tunisia.
Kane missed most of England’s matches this season but has scored in each of his last three games and will lead the Three Lions in attack as they look to banish the disappointment of a group stage exit four years ago.