Manchester United starlet Wilfried Zaha, Sunderland striker Connor Wickham, Aston Villa hitman Nathan Delfouneso, Bolton Wanderers forward Marvin Sordell and Blackpool winger Thomas Ince are the leading England U21 contenders for our superb goalscorer bonus offer for the Young Lions clash with Israel.
Stuart Pearce’s men have endured a dreadful European Championship campaign, being eliminated before this afternoon’s final Group A clash after suffering defeats to Italy and Norway.
However, bwin have installed England as strong 13/20 favourites to salvage some pride with victory against the hosts and with that in mind, it makes sense to consider their leading attacking protagonists for our Double/Triple Money Special.
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Wickham did not pull up many trees for Sunderland last term but he is the 4/1 favourite to open the scoring alongside Sordell, while Zaha, who will join United in a £15 million deal from Crystal Palace, is next in the market at 5/1, with Ince at the same price and Delfouneso at 6/1.
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Of course, there is a possibility that Israel, who need a big win to give themselves any chance of reaching the semi-finals, will go for English throats early on and see off Pearce’s much-changed side.
In such an event, punters will want to be on the likes of Orr Barouch (10/1), Moanes Dabour (10/1) or Mohammed Kalibat (11/1), particularly as they provide huge potential Double/Triple Money winnings.