The Tottenham forward scored twice on his World Cup debut last week, including the winner in injury time when it looked like the Three Lions would have to settle for a draw.
Kane has been in insatiable form for his country recently, netting 10 times in his last eight games for the Three Lions and opening the scoring in five of those matches.
The 24-year-old will be keen to carry on scoring at the World Cup and his brace against Tunisia represents an excellent start to the tournament.
He was the focal point of many of his country’s attacks in that match and, considering the host of chances missed by his teammates, Kane is likely to play the same role against Panama this Sunday
Kane netted 30 times in the Premier League and 14 of them came as the first strike in the match – the joint-most of any Premier League player along with England teammate Jamie Vardy.
dabblebet’s 23/10 (3.30) quote on Kane to open the scoring is expected to prove popular as England look to make it two wins from two.