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England vs Scotland Betting Tips: Foden and Kane backed to shine for Three Lions in Bet Builder
England vs Scotland Betting Tips: Foden and Kane backed to shine for Three Lions in Bet Builder

England vs Scotland Betting Tips: Foden and Kane backed to shine for Three Lions in Bet Builder

class=”article_teaser__2t5do”>Betfair’s Bet Builder lets bettors put multiple selections from the same game into a single wager and Goal is backing this 15/1 (16.0) shot on Friday

England and Scotland meet at a major tournament for the first time in 25 years when they face off at Euro 2020 at Wembley Stadium on Friday night.

Goals from Alan Shearer and Paul Gascoigne gave the Three Lions a 2-0 victory on this ground at Euro 96 and Betfair Sportsbook make them favourites to win this group stage match as well.

Indeed, after beating Croatia 1-0 at the weekend, Gareth Southgate’s men are 3/10 (1.30) to qualify for the last 16 with three points here, whilst Scotland are available at 10/1 (11.0).

Using Betfair’s Bet Builder, which lets bettors put multiple selections from the same game into a single wager, our tipster has created a 15/1 (16.0) bet for the game.

The 15/1 (16.0) bet consists of Harry Kane & Phil Foden to score and John McGinn to be yellow carded.

Kane had a disappointing outing in England’s opening match, managing just a single shot all game, but should be able to bounce back against Scotland.

The Three Lions captain has an impressive 34 strikes in just 55 appearances for his country, with 29 of those coming in competitive matches, and he will no doubt be determined to challenge for the Golden Boot after winning it at the 2018 World Cup.

Kane scored in all eight of England’s Euro 2020 qualifiers, including hat-tricks against Bulgaria and Montenegro, and the fact he is on penalty duty certainly makes him worthy of selection here.

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Gareth Southgate may make changes for this match but Phil Foden should retain his place after a decent performance against Croatia.

The Manchester City star picked up only his seventh cap for England in that game and almost marked that with the opening strike, hitting the base of the post in the early exchanges.

His appetite for goal will no doubt extend into this fixture as well, where he will be hoping to pay tribute to Gascoigne – the man who inspired his hair style – by netting against Scotland.

Finally, John McGinn is no doubt one of the Tartan Army’s best attacking threats with his seven strikes in qualifying making him the highest-scoring Scottish player, but his penchant for a booking is the reason he is in this Bet Builder.

Indeed, the Aston Villa man was cautioned 12 times in the Premier League last season, the most of any player, and has also seen yellow in six of his 27 starts for Scotland.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.