Punters will be frothing at the mouth as Coral announce they are offering odds and a free bet of 33/1 on England to beat Malta tonight! (KO 17:00).
You can only place a £1 bet on the match but punters are snapping up the enhanced odds, which will bring in a handsome return of £33.
Here’s how to pick up your 33/1 on England!
All eyes will be on England on Saturday as Gareth Southgate takes charge for the first time against Malta as well known company Coral go 33/1 on the England win.
With the Three Lions available to be backed at around 1/66, the 33/1 is simply a huge enhanced odds boost, which is available to new customers only.
There should be plenty of interest in the game with Gareth Southgate set to take charge of his full senior England match.
The U21 manager has been elevated to the position of manager of the senior team following the departure of Sam Allardyce.
Allardyce resigned/was removed from his post following revelations in the Telegraph leaving Southgate with the task of picking up the pieces.
The former defender will be without Adam Lallana, scorer of the winner against Slovakia last time out, for the clash however with Jamie Vardy, Marcus Rashford and Daniel Sturridge in the squad, England will hope they have enough creativity.
England have won all three of their previous meetings with Malta, scoring 8 and conceding 1. Their last meeting came in the build up to Euro 2000 when England were unconvincing 2-1 winners thanks to Emile Heskey’s 75th minute goal. Southgate played the final 31 minutes of that game and he will hope for a better performance than that showing.
Elsewhere in Group F, early leaders Scotland will hope to take advantage of the disarray in the England set up when they face Lithuania at home. Gordon Strachan’s side beat Malta 5-1 away last month and will hope to add to their points and goal tally in round 2.
For their part, Lithuania drew with Slovenia, 2-2 in their opening game. The Slovenian’s are at home to Slovakia in their second game.
Group C looks to be a very one sided group with Germany expected to dominate. Joachim Low’s side opened their campaign with a 3-0 win over Norway away and they will expect to double their points tally at home to the Czech Republic.
Czech Republic found it difficult to break down Northern Ireland last month and could find the step up difficult. The Northern Irish for their part will hope for goals when they take on minnows, San Marino while Azerbaijan face Norway in the group’s final game.
Saturday’s final round of games sees Poland at home to Denmark, Armenia host Romania and Kazakhstan away to Montenegro.
*To pick up the 33/1 odds, customers must be 18+. Winnings paid as free bets.