England’s Euro 2016 qualification is all wrapped up – but that’s not going to stop the Three Lions letting rip against Estonia at Wembley

Roy Hodgson’s men have already booked their place at next year’s tournament after topping Group E undefeated. Now England’s stars will be keen to prove they deserve to be on the plane to France next summer.

One man who looks like he could not bear the thought of staying at home is in-form Arsenal man Theo Walcott, who is a huge 24/5 with Marathonbet to score first tomorrow night. He’s also a decent 17/20 to score anytime.

Speed-freak Theo has bagged six goals in his last eight appearances for club and country. And with Wayne Rooney side-lined though injury, he has a grand chance to cement his Euro 2016 credentials by finding the net again at Wembley.

England have met Estonia three times previously and remain undefeated. In fact the Eastern Europeans have never scored a goal against the Three Lions, succumbing to two 3-0 defeats and a 1-0 loss at home in October.

With that in mind, Theo Walcott to score first and England to win 3-0 looks a good shout at 25/1 with Marathonbet. A safer bet comes in the form of England to win by 3 goals at 33/10.
Elsewhere, if you reckon England’s silky skills will frustrate the visitors, Estonia can be had at ½ with Marathonbet to receive the first yellow card. Handbags!

And England, notorious for starting their games slowly, can be backed at 63/20 to draw the first half and win at full-time.

Finally, if you think in-form England could be vulnerable to a little complacency having already secured qualification, both teams to score and the game to finish a draw can be backed at a value 23/2 with Marathonbet.

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Good luck!


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