Estonia v England tips – even money Three Lions should win easily
England’s defence should rarely be tested against Estonia in Tallinn
October 10th, 2014
Two games, two wins for Roy Hodgson’s side who look set to qualify for Euro 2016 pretty early, with England wiping the floor against San Marino in predictable fashion.
They now head east for Sunday’s clash against Estonia and it should be another straightforward victory, with Hodgson unlikely to make many chances to the XI that started against San Marino.
Leighton Baines could come in for Kieran Gibbs, with Adam Lallana potentially involved after the manager saw him play 45 minutes at Wembley and fit back into the team seamlessly.
“We kept plugging away in the first half when it was difficult to break them down” said Hodgson. “Our tempo was up in the second half because it was hard for them to keep going.
“It’s an important job done and we can concentrate our efforts on the second game, in Estonia. San Marino were better this year [than in 2013], though as an amateur team it’ll be a while before they win somewhere like Wembley, I hope.
“[Jack Wilshere’s] passing was outstanding in the second half and he didn’t too badly first half either. It was nice to see Adam Lallana again, those wonderful touches.
“We didn’t always convert them, but we must have had seven or eight intricate moves in the penalty box but couldn’t put them away. If I was going to pick two things that impressed me most it would be the runs into the corner from the midfield and front players when we got the ball wide to the full-backs, but also the recovery runs”.
England are a 1/4 chance to win the game although a better value bet is getting on the even money that the Three Lions win this game without conceding a goal.
BetVictor have that particular price available and we can be fairly confident of getting a return by backing the 2-0 and 3-0 winning scorelines.
England to win to nil @ even money with BetVictor
England 2-0 @ 11/2 with BetVictor
England 3-0 @ 15/2 with BetVictor