Marching towards top spot in Group A and all but confirming their spot at next year’s European Championship, a high-flying England will host Kosovo on Tuesday night.
Putting four past Bulgaria at Wembley over the weekend, the Three Lions are the only side to boast a 100% start to qualifying and have now secured a trio of victories over Bulgaria, Montenegro, and the Czech Republic.
On the flip side, England are not the only side to find the mood in their camp at a high.
Shocking many and securing a 2-1 win away at the Czech Republic, Kosovo have now landed back-to-back victories and are also yet to taste defeat in any of their four Group A outings.
However, you will be interested to know that Gareth Southgate’s free-scoring side have 14 goals in their opening three Group A appearances scoring over 3.5 goals in each of those victories. A similar result can be found at 19/20 with Ladbrokes.
Harry Kane’s free-scoring run continues
Securing a Bronze medal in the inaugural Nations League, Head Coach Gareth Southgate has seen his side continue to shine over the past 18 months.
Turning largely to youth, Tuesday’s hosts are coming off the back of a 4-0 victory over Bulgaria and have all but confirmed their spot at EURO 2020.
One man who once again caught the eye and will spearhead England’s charge on Tuesday is Tottenham talisman, Harry Kane.
Bagging a hat-trick at Wembley, the Three Lions skipper already has five Group A goals to his name and is currently averaging a goal every 50 minutes.
Also landing three goals in his opening four Premier League appearances for Spurs, Kane can be found at 2/5 with Bet365 to once again find the net in midweek.
Elsewhere, one man who will be unavailable to feature on Tuesday is Manchester United midfielder, Jesse Lingard.
Prior to their victory over Bulgaria on Saturday, it was announced that the 26-year-old has returned to Old Trafford due to illness and will also be joined by teammate Aaron Wan-Bisakka who has withdrawn due to a back injury.
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Kosovo extend their unbeaten run
While Kosovo may have only managed to open their Group A campaign with back-to-back draws against Bulgaria and Montenegro, Head Coach Bernard Challandes has seen his side enjoy quite the resurge.
Picking up a famous 2-1 win over the Czech Republic over the weekend to help build off of their dramatic 3-2 win over Bulgaria back in June, Kosovo have remarkably not lost a match across any format since October 2017, a 20-match run.
Now sat in pole position to secure a spot at their first-ever major tournament, Dardanët can be found at 11/10 with Bet365 to secure a top-two finish come November.
Although Kosovo might rightfully travel to Wembley as a huge underdog, Challandes will take some comfort in his sides continued success in the final third.
Now finding the net in each of their last 10 matches across all competitions, you will be interested to know that Tuesday’s guests are pencilled in at 21/10 with Ladbrokes to leave North London with a consolation goal.