Anyone else get the feeling this has been the longest weekend known to man?
A Saturday without Premier League football is like Xavi without Iniesta; they just don’t work without each other.
So let’s try and salvage some smiles from this dreary international break, shall we?
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Thursday was a successful soiree for anyone who went with Betway’s offer for Sir Harry Kane to score anytime, rewarding you with a tasty £10 free bet for your efforts.
We also backed Marcus Rashford to score and England to win which kept things ticking over nicely too.
Over to tonight… and Raheem Sterling should be back.
I’ve tapped up the lads at Betway for a couple of tasty-looking offers:
- RAHEEM STERLING TO SCORE AND ENGLAND TO WIN, 3/1 WITH BETWAY – Surely a shoo-in.
- JAMES MADDISON TO SCORE FROM OUTSIDE THE BOX, 10/1 WITH BETWAY – The Leicester magician is tipped to make his full debut and loves one from range.
Would you risk either of those for a chocolate biscuit?
A comparatively short Bets Club update this time around.
England massacring Montenegro on Thursday night was always an inevitability, but there was some value in backing goalscorers.
There will have been plenty of interest in the likes of Kane, Rashford and Abraham bagging any time in a Three Lions win.
The only real surprise came when a section of the home support greeted Joe Gomez with boos for having the audacity to get started on by Sterling.
Dunno about the lads, bit dodgy if you ask me.
Sterling to bag in an England win seems a no-brainer. The Man City man is 28/1 to score exactly three goals if you are chasing longer odds.
The 24-year-old has already netted eight goals in qualifying and scored in that mental 5-3 win over the same opponents back in September.
As for Maddison, every England fan under the sun wants to see the Coventry Beckham given a proper chance to impress.
Gareth Southgate has hinted at rotation, so surely this points to Maddison playing – and thriving – in midfield.
No player has scored more from outside the box in the Premier League this season, so we’ll back him at 10/1 to do just that on Sunday evening.
Go well, Bets Clubbers.