Latest England v Denmark odds, betting and team news as Paddy Power’s new bets get punters in a frenzy by offering Wayne Rooney to score anytime tonight at 6/1.
The firm reports they have enhanced the odds on the Manchester Utd striker to 6/1 from a lowly 5/4, and with Rooney set to start tonight the firm has already reported that punters and fans alike are flocking to pick up the offer.
How to pick up your 6/1 on Wayne Rooney to score anytime tonight
The scene if definitely set for Rooney to make an impact on the international stage, and a talent that has promised so much is sure to see plenty of game time in the run up to the World Cup, especially tonight as the Three Lions will be expected to attack against Denmark at Wembley.
The 28yr old has been in good form for his club, despite Manchester United’s recent struggles in the the Premiership, and at 6/1 to score anytime looks a definite steal and that price should not be passed up.
We’re in for an exciting match, with plenty of players eager to improve and be a part of the the manager’s 23 man squad to Brazil in the summer there are sure to be many putting in some hard shifts with an eye to impress.
It should be a good test for the side with Hodgson looking to give many of the younger players some much needed experience prior to the World Cup.
For some, tonight’s game may be a superb opportunity to put forward their case.
There should be plenty of goal mouth action in what is sure to be an attacking looking side, with Wayne Rooney ably assisted by the talent of Liverpool duo Steven Gerrard and Daniel Sturridge, in what looks a side full of goals.
Another Liverpool player, youngster Raheem Sterling is sure to come into the side and secure his second cap in an England shirt, and with his pace he is sure to be an asset to England, and one which Hodgson will do well to overlook.
The main decision for the manager to make is who to take as cover for left back Leighton Baines, who is rested for tonight’s game.
Ashley Cole has been the main stay in the England back four over the last decade, however it may just be time for the Chelsea man to make way for the exciting young talent that is Luke Shaw.
The 18 yr old only made his league debut for Southampton last year but has quickly earn’t a reputation as one of the emerging talents on the England scene, and could well take the place of the 108 capped Cole on the plane to Rio.
Glen Johnson and Kyle Walker are sure to take the right back slots and so there is a definite window of opportunity at the back to impress.