Those looking for a longshot though, should consider the dabble of the day. This combines multiple selections from the same match (90 minutes only) into one selection and pays 18/1 (19.0).
dabble of the day: England to win, Harry Kane to score, both teams to score and England over 5 match corners at 18/1 (19.0). Back it here.
Gareth Southgate took the option to rest much of his first string against Belgium and the England boss will be hoping that decision pays dividends in Moscow.
Having seen the Three Lions win both their opening group matches it's understandable to see them priced as favourites to win the match.
At odds-against it's a tempting wager especially with James Rodriguez unlikely to be fit enough to start, but a clean sheet looks unlikely given their defensive displays.
Both Tunisia and Panama were able to find a way through England's backline before a second-string Belgium did likewise, so both teams to score makes plenty of sense given Colombia do have several attacking options that could cause problems.
At the other end of the field though, England have shown plenty of cutting edge. Southgate's side have netted eight times, with five of those coming courtesy of Harry Kane.
England's captain will be expected to lead from the front once more and with the Tottenham striker well rested, he looks a great anytime scorer option to include in this selection.
One area that England have looked extremely dangerous from is corners and set pieces. The Three Lions took seven corners against both Tunisia and Belgium and getting six more against Colombia looks a very achievable line. Both Poland and Japan both topped this number in their respective group stage clashes with Los Cafeteros.
Not only that, but including the corners in this dabble of the day boosts the price to a juicy 18/1 (19.0).
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