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The oldest rivalry in international football is rekindled at Wembley when Gareth Southgate looks to cement his place as England manager into a permanent role.
The Three Lions have been solid if unspectacular under the interim boss but they’re expected to dispatch a Scotland side who were soundly beaten 3-0 by Slovakia in their last qualifier. England are just 2/5 (1.40) to pick up three points to the chance to back them at 4/1 (5.0) looks a tempting one.
In terms of an international banker, there can’t be many more straightforward bets than world champions Germany to see off a San Marino side who haven’t avoided defeat since November 2014 when they drew 0-0 with Estonia.
Jochim Low’s side have racked up four consecutive wins in World Cup qualifying, all of which came without conceding a goal. With that in mind it’s no surprise they are just 1/100 (1.01) to triumph. At 3/1 (4.0) they’re bound to be one of the most popular wagers of the weekend.
The case for England has been made above and Northern Ireland are also well fancied to get back to winning way with a victory over Azerbaijan. Michael O’Neill’s side are very solid, especially at home, having won four of their last five.
The visitors held Poland 0-0 last month but considering they could only scape past San Marino 1-0 in their previous outing, it’d be no surprise to see them leave this encounter with nothing.
Poland travel to Romania looking for a third straight victory in World Cup qualifying having beaten Denmark and Armenia in their last two matches in Group E.
The hosts are certainly no walkovers but Poland deserve favouritism and the treble currently pays just 6/1 (7.0) so Paddy Power’s offer of 16/1 (17.0) for new customers offers the chance to start any new account with a bang.
Republic of Ireland are outsiders to triumph in Austria but an unbeaten start to their World Cup qualification campaign with give Martin O’Neill’s side hope of outperforming their quotes of 10/3 (4.33).
Defence certainly seems a problem for the favourites, having leaked three times against Serbia, twice to Wales and once to Georgia in their opening three group games and at 12/1 (13.0) the Boys in Green will have their supporters given how vulnerable to hosts appear at the back.
After their Euro 2016 success Chris Coleman will be even more determined to guide Wales to Russia to do battle with the world’s best international sides once more. Back-to-back draws with Georgia and Austria mean three points here are a must.
Serbia are the visitors to Cardiff and at 6/4 (2.50) the bookmakers expect the hosts to have a decent chance of picking up three points. With Gareth Bale in flying form for Real Madrid the 7/1 (8.0) quotes from Paddy Power could attract plenty of attention.