England vs. Ukraine Bet Builder Tips: Mudryk a tempting price in the shots markets
After their win in Naples on Thursday evening, England face Ukraine at Wembley on Sunday and off the back of a 12/1 winning bet builder last time out involving The Three Lions, we’ve put together another, this time at 11/2.
Harry Kane put behind him the penalty woes of Qatar by scoring from the spot to help England to a 2-1 victory against Italy. That goal means Kane is now the stand alone all-time top scorer for England and the last time he faced The Ukraine he bagged a brace in what was a 4-0 win in the Euro 2021 quarter-final.
After manager Oleksandr Petrakov stepped down from his position in January, Ruslan Rotan was given the temporary role of overseeing the Ukraine National team. His side are currently on a run of 10 European Championship qualifiers without defeat, with the last time they did so being back in 2015 against Spain.
England vs Ukraine Bet Builder Tips
As mentioned above, it was satisfying to land a 12/1 winner in the Italy vs England game on Thursday, with Harry Kane finding the net, Giovanni Di Lorenzo being carded and under 3.5 goals being scored in the game.
We are hoping for more profit on Sunday and this time have taken a lean towards The Ukraine’s Mykhaylo Mudryk who we are backing to have Over 1.5 shots and Over 0.5 shots on target in the game.
At the time of writing, this Bet Builder is available at odds of 11/2 with bet365, while other various betting sites go considerably shorter, with Sky Bet having this same bet as short as 6/5! Hopefully that variation in price can give you a taster of why we think this is a scrumptious bit of value.
Despite a lack of minutes and a sluggish start to life at Chelsea since his switch from Shakhtar, Mudryk should start in attack for the visitors. When looking at his shooting figures, the 22-year-old has let off at least one in all of his last four appearances for his club side, and has let off four in his last four starts for his nation.
There is no denying that Mudryk’s form has been nowhere near what it was from earlier in the campaign when he scored seven in his last nine appearances for his former employers. However, the promise he showed with three goals and some sparkling performances in the Champions League group stage this season, gives plenty of reason to believe a serious player is in there, and that he will soon find his feet in England.
At 11/2 with bet365, Mudryk is simply too big a price to have two or more shots with one of them being on target against England. Betfair and Paddy Power go 15/8 on this same bet and with Sky at 6/5, this certainly is a price-play, but one we believe is well worth some consideration at Wembley.