In despatching San Marino on the same night that Switzerland succumbed to defeat in Slovenia, England essentially booked their Euro 2016 ticket after two matches.
Another helping of maximum points is surely in store when the Three Lions travel to Estonia next, with odds of 11/50 about an away win looking especially generous.
The former Soviet state can be backed at 19/2 to prise Group E back open with a win, while there’s 11/2 to be snapped up about the stalemate.
A side of England’s stature should have no issue navigating this trip so disregard these latter two bets when placing your pre-match wagers.
But this trio of punts look should not be given the same cold shoulder if you’re keen on making a profit.
Both teams to score – No @ 1/2
The price may not be great, but the stats say this is a banker.
In eight of the Three Lions’ previous 13 backers of this bet have been rewarded, which is also true of ten of Estonia’s most recent 12, including each of their last three.
The two meetings between the pair in Euro 2008 qualifying yielded the desired result too.
Draw HT, England win FT @ 16/5
In seven of the previous ten matches Roy Hodgson’s men have contested the match has been all square at the interval.
They’ve only gone on to win three of these, but given their superiority, you’d expect England to find a way past Estonia the longer the game goes on.
Six of Estonia’s last seven have been level after 45 too, so the formbook favours those to brave enough to back this bet.
England to win to nil @ 3/4
As we’ve ascertained, only one side is scoring and the visitors are going to win so this punt is only logical.
In addition to this sound rationale, there’s also a heap of statistics to support it.
Each of Estonia’s last six losses saw them fail to score, while England have won two games in this campaign in flawless fashion, which is also true of five of their six successes en route to Brazil and both their previous meetings with this foe.