England face Group G rivals Montenegro in Podgorica on Friday night needing just one point for Euro 2012 qualification.
Several English players enter the game in fine form and none less so than Man Utd speedster Ashley Young.
The former Aston Villa winger has been in superb form for the Premier League champions this season and looks to be developing a fine partnership with Wayne Rooney at both domestic and international level.
While plenty of the goalscorer money will surely go on Rooney – although perhaps not from his old man on this occasion – Young is the option who offers the best value, in my opinion.
A price of 2/1 for him to score anytime at the City Stadium certainly merits some interest, while he is available at 15/2 to break the deadlock.
However, when you consider that he has scored three goals in his past six England games, and that all of them have been the final strike in those matches, the best bet must be Young to score last at 15/2.
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Elsewhere, midfield stalwart Frank Lampard seems to have recaptured his form after grabbing a fifth career hat-trick for Chelsea last week. Lampard has two international goals this year and is in line to start on Friday, so why not back him to score first at 15/2?
Rooney, meanwhile, has shaken off his hamstring injury and needs two goals to become England’s joint-fifth highest all-time scorer. He is priced at 5/1 to net a double against Montenegro and punters who use their free £25 bet for joining bwin.com can expect a £150 payback on a Rooney brace.
If you fancy a flutter then back Ashley Cole to score his first international goal at the 92nd time of asking, you can find him at 11/1 to score at any time.
When these sides met a year ago, Montenegro were heavily weakened by injuries to key players. The main absentee was star striker and captain Mirko Vucinic, who recently joined Juventus for €15 million.
The tricky forward will feature on Friday and he already has two goals this qualifying campaign. Back him at 8/1 to score last if you are inclined to oppose England.
Hot prospect Steven Jovetic also returns for this fixture. The midfielder is priced at 5/2 to score at any time after netting in Montengro’s last game against Wales.
Defender Steven Savic, who was recruited by Man City during the summer, has a fine recent goalscoring record. With two goals in his last two international games and a goal for City last last weekend in their 4-0 victory over Blackburn, he may be worth a punt to crop up with another at 8/1.
But the smart money is surely on England resisting the urge to sit back for the draw that would take them through and getting at least a couple of goals, with Young looking the best value of their potential match winners.
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