We’re focusing on England vs Montenegro for our latest Build A Bet tips and are eyeing a 6/1 pay-out on Thursday night’s Euro 2020 qualifier.
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We landed a 7/1 windfall on Sunday’s big Premier League match, tipping Liverpool to win, both teams to score, over 8.5 corners and Man City to have the most booking points.
Here’s our advice on how to get a nice return at Wembley this week:
HARRY KANE TO SCORE FIRST
This is hardly an original choice, but the Tottenham striker has simply been in superb form during the current qualifying campaign. Kane has scored in all six Group A fixtures, bagging eight goals in total thanks to a hat-trick versus Bulgaria. The 26-year-old netted first in that match and when England travelled to the Czech Republic, plus he has already reached double figures for Spurs this season.
UNDER 4.5 TOTAL GOALS
Many punters will be tempted to go over in the total goals market, with England having prevailed 5-1 when these teams met in Podgorica and boasting a tally of 26 goals for in six pool outings. However, Gareth Southgate’s decision to drop Raheem Sterling after an altercation with Joe Gomez gives us cause for concern. The Man City winger has provided eight goals and five assists, so his creativity will be sorely missed. At the other end, Southgate will be keen to cut out the defensive lapses in concentration which surfaced during games against Kosovo and the Czech Republic, while Montenegro have drawn a blank in their last four qualifiers.
OVER 29.5 MONTENEGRO BOOKING POINTS
The Brave Falcons received just one yellow card in the home game against England back in March, but tend to get into more disciplinary trouble on the road. They were cautioned four times when visiting Bulgaria, received three bookings when travelling to the Czech Republic and four more away to Kosovo. Montenegro will again be put under pressure by the Three Lions at Wembley and Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz is not known for his leniency. He handed out eight yellow cards and one red when Hungary played Slovakia in September and last month sent off two Barcelona players during their 4-0 win over Sevilla.
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