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Euro 2020 16/1 Bet Builder: England vs Scotland

England can seal their place in the last-16 of Euro 2020, while for Scotland, a defeat will see them staring down the barrel of an early exit
At 16/1 a £10 bet would return £170
England vs Scotland
June 18,2021
8 PM

Two of the oldest rivals in football face off once again at Wembley on Friday night, with both sides in need of points for very different reasons.

The Three Lions can go a long way to sealing top spot in the group with a victory, while Scotland know that, realistically, a second defeat would see them on the brink of crashing out of the tournament.

These two have produced entertaining affairs in recent years and we fancy the same again at 16s:

  • Over 3.5 Cards
  • John McGinn to be Booked
  • Over 2.5 Goals
  • Harry Kane to Score Anytime

England vs Scotland Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Over 3.5 Cards

Under the Friday night lights of Wembley, we’re expecting the tackles to be flying in.

We saw four bookings in England’s opener against Croatia last weekend, and with their bitter rivals in town after a bruising defeat, this one could get tasty.

John McGinn to be Booked

The Aston Villa midfielder is always in the thick of the action for his club side, and the backend of the season saw him pick up a flurry of bookings.

The 26-year-old got a yellow card in each of his last five Premier League games, and with him potentially facing some Villa team mates on Friday, he may well want to make an extra impression.

Over 2.5 Goals

We often pigeon-hole local derbies as tight, tense affairs, but this one has actually generated plenty of goals in recent years.

We’ve seen over 2.5 goals in all four meetings between these two since the turn of the century, with England scoring three times in three of those games.

Harry Kane to Score Anytime

If we’re backing goals, then we almost have to get behind the Tottenham talisman to get one or two himself.

The England skipper scored just the 35 goals last season and also bagged the last time these two met, in a 2-2 draw at Hampden Park during qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.

*All odds are correct at time of publication and subject to change

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