England vs San Marino Predictions and Correct Score Betting Tip
England vs San Marino prediction and betting tips for the World Cup 2022 qualifying match on Thursday 25th March 2021. This will be an easy win for England but what is the best betting tip for the match and the correct score prediction?
England vs San Marino Prediction
Finding value in a match-up like this can be tricky. England will win by a convincing margin, there’s little doubt of that, but the timing of the first goal could be an interesting selection.
The last time these two sides met in 2015, Wayne Rooney gave England the lead from the spot and was backed with a Euro 2020 free bet in the 13th minute in a 6-0 win. San Marino’s defensive prospects haven’t improved much since then with the minnows conceding a 3rd minute goal in a recent competitive game against Liechtenstein. At close to evens, an early England goal looks like a strong selection.
England vs San Marino Betting Tip
Leading After 15 Minutes – 17/20 with William Hill.
Correct Score Prediction
England to win 7-0 – 11/2 with William Hill.
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