While Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane could be on the same team later in the month when England play Lithuania, there is Premier League business for each to attend to first.
Manchester United’s clash with Tottenham Hotspur is a match that will have a huge impact on the top-four race, and which of the two strikers has a better day at Old Trafford could well settle the game.
On the face of it, Kane looks irresistible at the moment, especially on the road – the Spurs youngster has scored in six consecutive away matches in the league.
Only Robin van Persie, with nine in a row, can boast a longer run of scoring road games in England’s top flight.
In total, Kane has bagged 26 goals in all competitions this season, and there will be plenty of takers on the 7/4 that he scores against United.
However, as the season reaches its climax, experience could come to the fore, and Rooney has an excellent record against Spurs.
The Red Devils skipper has notched seven times in his last eight starts against the Lilywhites, and has bagged four in his past five outings this term.
Rooney’s odds of 7/5 to score in the match are made more attractive by the fact he will be up against the leakiest defence in the top half of the Premier League.
Spurs have conceded 39 goals this term, and have kept just two clean sheets in their 17 games in all competitions in 2015.
Meanwhile, only Chelsea have conceded fewer goals than United’s 10 at home in the Premier League.
The future undoubtedly looks bright for Kane and Spurs, but it is Rooney and his Manchester United side that are set to grab the headlines at Old Trafford.
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