England’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign suffered a set back in Czech Republic on Friday.
A late Ondrasek goal condemned Gareth Southgate’s side to their first defeat in twelve games, and in the process delayed qualification for next summer’s tournament.
Despite the shock defeat England remain in the driving seat to secure top spot in the group and head to Bulgaria on Monday looking to get back to winning ways.
Group A’s bottom side are without a win in their last ten games and are unlikely to cause the Three Lions too many problems. They’ve scored just five goals throughout qualification and kept one clean sheet in ten games. England win to nil is 4/5.
The Three Lions’ defensive frailties were once again highlighted against Czech Republic, which could result in Southgate making a number of changes.
Tyrone Mings is expected to make his England debut with Michael Keane dropping to the bench.
Whataretheodds spokesman Spencer James said:
“After Friday’s defeat I cant see anything other than an England victory. I expect them to put in a solid performance – the pressure is starting to build on Gareth Southgate and the team should respond”
Harry Kane was on the scoresheet on Friday night and he’s 5/2 to open the scoring once again.
England won the reverse fixture 4-0 last month and it’s 11/1 for a repeat scoreline.
Bulgaria are currently 16/1 to pull off a shock win, the draw is 6/1 and England are 1/4 to claim all three points.