We’re all set for a mouth watering clash as England take on Scotland tonight from Wembley, with 28/1 odds available on the Three Lions to take all three points, in addition to free bets to use.
Well known UK brand Coral have announced they are boosting the price on the England win from a lowly 2/5 to a massive 28/1, which has already seen plenty of attention from punters and fans alike.
The clock is ticking as these two famous sides come up against each other at Wembley Stadium and its sure to be an exhilerating and feisty clash between these traditional enemies.
England and Scotland will enter their clash at Wembley with the futures of their managers very much up for discussion as both sides enter a period of uncertainty and transition.
How to get your 28/1 on England:
The Three Lions are currently under the management of Gareth Southgate, a steady hand appointed in the wake of the Sam Allardyce debacle.
Southgate is something of a novice at top level management but he got his reign off to the perfect start last month with a 2-0 win over Malta before picking up another point in the 0-0 draw with Slovakia.
Four points might seem like a solid start however Southgate’s debut was marred by a scattered and disjointed appointment and he will hope the game with Scotland can highlight his potential as a boss.
Another below-par performance might damage his prospects of landing the job on a permanent basis.
His opposite number, Gordon Strachan is in a different position. Pressure has been mounting on the former Celtic boss after their draw at home to Lithuania and their defeat to Slovakia.
A defeat at Wembley could see the veteran depart from his role and he will hope to avoid such a scenario. Scotland currently sit 4th in the group, a point behind Slovakia and Lithuania and three points off the English.
Strachan will hope that Scott Brown can recover from a dead leg to take his place in the team. The Celtic captain will be crucial to any Scotland hopes while the experience of Blackburn Rovers’s Charlie Mulgrew will also be valuable with the versatile star replacing Gordon Greer.
England meanwhile have called on Aaron Cresswell for the first time. The West Ham left back joined Jordan Pickford in the squad with Danny Drinkwater missing out through injury.
Both England and Scotland players are expected to wear poppies despite the efforts of FIFA to disallow them from doing so.
It should prove to be an intiguing encounter, with Coral boosting England’s price from 2/5 to a whopping 28/1, while those who feel Scotland can spring the upset can pick up 40/1 from the same firm.
With so much at stake it should be a nervy affair, but of course the Three Lions are heavily backed to take all the points and consolidate their position in the World Cup Qualifying Group.
Pressure is mounting on Gordon Stachan, and the Scots have everything to play for tonight.
We could be set for a cracker!
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