With 12 points out of 12 in the Euro 2020 qualifiers, England are sitting on top of the Group A table.
Next up is a visit to face the Czech Republic On October 11. Gareth Southgate’s men might have swapped them aside at Wembley in March, winning 5-0, but will they have it all their own way in the return match? Let’s take a look at BetVictor’s odds.
Hot Shot England
England are in fierce form in front of goal in the Euro 202 qualifiers so far. Take a look at the results they’ve had so far:
- England 5 Kosovo 3
- England 4 Bulgaria 0
- Montenegro 1 England 5
- England 5 Czech Republic 0
That points to the fact England are going to find the back of the net in the Sinobo Stadium. And let’s get the headline odds out of the way first– England are 4/9 to win, with the Czechs at 13/2 and a draw 33/10 according to BetVictor
How Many Goals?
As we can see, England have scored four goals in one qualifier, and five in each of the other three. If you thing Southgate’s side will score over 2.5 goals in this away clash, BetVictor is currently offering 2/1. With Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling having both bagged 6 goals each in the four qualifiers so far, that could prove a decent bet.
If you fancy a look at the correct score market, and are banking on England for goals, then BetVictor offers a 3-0 England win at 19/2, a 4-0 at 19/1.
A repeat of the 5-0 scoreline for England comes in at 50-1 with BetVictor.
What About Defence?
In four games, England’s defence has leaked four goals. OK, three of them were in the last match against Kosovo in something of a crazy clash. But it does prove England’s back four are fragile at times.
A win with both teams to score sees the Czech Republic priced at 14/1, while England comes in at 13/5 with BetVictor.
A more interesting bet would be for both teams to score in the first half, which BetVictor has priced at 4/1.