Manchester United and England skipper Wayne Rooney will win his 100th international cap when the Three Lions host Slovenia and he’s likely to commemorate the occasion with a goal.
Roy Hodgson’s men have taken a liking to mincing qualifying foes at Wembley, winning five competitive matches on the spin and scoring a whopping 20 times in the process.
They’re just 33/100 to prevail against the Central European side and, while this is near certain to land a profit, the short nature of the price renders it a little too thin for the working man’s ball park.
Forever flipping stones in search of good value, the news.bwin.com/en/ tipping team have deviated into the first goalscorer markets where it became impossible to avert our eyes from Rooney.
The Three Lions’ talisman is 3/1 to open the scoring at Wembley, while it’s a very generous 9/10 that he rustles the net at any time.
Both prices are particularly appealing, but it’s the former and beefier alternative that ‘s worth the money.
As has been stressed over for the past 48 hours on this site, England are turning into quite the minnow muncher at Wembley.
Across the aforementioned five matches, they’ve notched an average of four goals per outing.
Rooney has started four of this victorious quintet, rustling the net on five instances.
Of these goals, three were the first of the game, while he was the deadlock picker the last time England took to the field against Estonia.
His free kick that felled the Baltic outfit took his tally to ten goals in his last 12 competitive games for his country and he looks a great price to join the 100-club in the fanciest of fashions this evening.