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England vs. Scotland Predictions: Card Player Props intrigue

Raheem Sterling got the only goal of the game in England's opener with Croatia
Raheem Sterling got the only goal of the game in England's opener with Croatia
By Neil Monnery

Scotland travel south of the border to take on rivals England in the best game from Euro 2020 this Friday. Neil Monnery has three betting options heading into the game...

Location: London, England.

Date: Friday, June 18.

Kick Off Time: 3PM ET


This game is set to dominate the landscape over the pond. For those in England and Scotland, this game is set to take place on a Friday night after a working week. Wembley may only be a quarter full due to Covid-19 restrictions but the atmosphere is set to still be pretty darn good.

The two sides had two very differing starts to Euro 2020. England battled to a crucial 1-0 win over the other big side in the group - Croatia. Whilst Scotland struggled in front of their home fans going down 2-0 to the Czech Republic.

For Scotland, the pressure is now well and truly on. Defeat at Wembley Stadium will all but assure them of taking no part in the knockout phase. They need at least a draw to keep their hopes alive. These hopes will be boosted by the expected return of Kieran Tierney whose return to the starting XI will free Andy Robertson to cause havoc down the left flank.

I also would not be shocked to see Che Adams get the start. The Southampton striker looked lively when he came off the bench against the Czech’s and could cause the English come issues up top.

As for the English, plenty of people were surprised when Raheem Sterling got the nod against Croatia and repaid his manager’s faith by scoring the only goal. A poor few months at club level had led to calls for him to be dropped but a good performance plus a goal has cemented his place in the starting lineup. Another name to note is Kalvin Phillips. The Leeds United midfielder put in one of the performances of the opening round of games and has been dubbed the ‘Yorkshire Pirlo’ by the media.

In rivalry games I tend to throw the form book out of the window but picking anyone but England on the Moneyline would be quite a bold move. I’m not totally convinced by the English as yet but I think they are a considerably better team than Scotland. The Moneyline has England at -305 and that is way too short so we shall look elsewhere for value.

Picks: Star striker Harry Kane didn’t score against Croatia and only got one chance but he’s still rated as a 50-50 shot to hit the back of the net in this one. When you add that he’s the England penalty taker - +100 is a prop bet to play.

You can get England/England on the HT/FT market at +215 with William Hill in New Jersey and that is a bet to play. It is negative odds with every other NJ Sportsbook, so good value there.

A rare third bet for this one. Stephen O’Donnell and Kieran Tierney are both +600 to receive a card with Unibet and SugarHouse. With the pace and skill of England’s wide players - they are extremely generous odds.

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