First meets second in Euro 2016 qualifying Group E, as England welcome Slovenia to Wembley.
Three points separate the pace-setting pair after Lithuania jammed a spanner into the spokes of Srecko Katanec’s men last time out and given the Three Lions’ form on the homestead there’ll be plenty expecting the gap to be wider once the final whistle sounds.
The hosts can be backed at a respectable 33/100 to prevail, while it’s a monster 31/4 that the Central Europeans snare the spoils and 4/1 for the draw.
As sumptuous as the match-betting spread looks, there’s an even better offering waiting for savvy profit-hunters to devour.
It’s the England win to nil, which is available at a very reasonable 4/5 courtesy of your friendly neighbourhood bookmaker, bwin.com.
Roy Hodgson’s troops haven’t shipped a solitary goal in five consecutive outings.
Creatures as great as Switzerland and as small as San Marino have been unable to breach the England backline, while their compadres at the top end of the field have been particularly fiendish on the homestead.
Norway might have gotten off lightly in a Wembley friendly, but the previous quintet of competitive guests to play under the enormous arch have been despatched in conclusive fashion.
San Marino (twice), Poland, Montenegro and Moldova were all put to the sword, leaking a total of 20 goals as England’s forwards filled their boots.
A laudable average of four strikes per game suggests England will have no trouble upholding their end of the bargain, but can their opponents be trusted to contribute accordingly?
When you consider that there hasn’t been a single match in 12 involving Slovenia that’s seen both teams bag a goal, it’s fair to assume they will.
Seven of these aforementioned outings resulted in their forwards failing to find the net.
England will score here, the formbook promises as much.
Assuming they do, Slovenia’s long-standing habit says they’ll refrain from reciprocating; the perfect recipe for a win to nil wager.