Gareth Southgate's men recorded a 2-1 victory over Nigeria at Wembley on Saturday, extending their unbeaten run to nine fixtures.
The sides shared a 0-0 draw when they met at the 2014 World Cup, and you can get odds of 7/2 (4.50) on them cancelling each other out once again in this one.
Southgate is expected to make changes from the side that beat Nigeria, with the likes of Jack Butland, Harry Maguire, Danny Rose and Jamie Vardy expected to start.
Opposite number Oscar Ramirez is also likely to shuffle his pack for this clash, with one final friendly match against Belgium still to come before the World Cup kicks off.
Frustrating 90 minutes
Already eliminated after losing their two opening group games, the Three Lions' goalless stalemate against this opposition in Brazil rounded off their dreadful World Cup campaign four years ago.
While they would love to banish those memories with a timely victory ahead of travelling to Russia, another frustrating 90 minutes could be on the cards here.
The Concacaf team have let in just two goals in their last four matches, with two of those games coming against Scotland and Northern Ireland.
With England having conceded just three times in nine matches but scored only six in the most recent seven themselves, odds of 10/11 (1.91) seem generous on under 2.5 goals being scored in another tight match against Costa Rica.