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Sky Bet – How Far Can England Go In Russia?

Why not make your World Cup coverage even more interesting by having a flutter with online betting partner Sky Bet.

4 June 2018

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Why not make your World Cup coverage even more interesting by having a flutter with online betting partner Sky Bet. As the official partner of the EFL, Town benefit financially by every stake you place.

After the latest round of friendlies, we look at England's most likely XI to start the World Cup, according to our betting partner, Sky Bet's odds.

Gareth Southgate took the chance to look at a number of different options during the 1-0 win over the Netherlands and 1-1 draw with Italy, including Kyle Walker as part of a back three, Marcus Rashford leading the line and handing first caps to James Tarkowski and Lewis Cook.

Here's a look at England's starting line-up to face Tunisia according to Sky Bet's market...

Jordan Pickford 1/10
Jack Butland 6/1
Nick Pope 25/1
Kieran Trippier 1/8
Trent Alexander-Arnold 9/2
Ashley Young 4/7
Danny Rose 5/4
Kyle Walker 1/12
John Stones 1/7
Gary Cahill 8/11
Harry Maguire 1/1
Phil Jones 7/2
Eric Dier 1/4
Jordan Henderson 1/4
Dele Alli 2/7

England are currently 16/1 to lift the trophy in Russia and are 11/10 to win Group G. We are 1/9 on to qualify from the group stage and 7/2 to win all our group matches.

Southgate’s men are 8/11 to reach the quarter-final stage and 11/4 to reach the last four with Sky Bet.

Our main hope for the FIFA Golden Boot award is Spurs’ Harry Kane and he is priced at 16/1 to win that prestigious award.

Don’t forget that for every stake you place, Grimsby Town benefit financially, so open an account now and have a flutter with Sky Bet.

Please bet responsibly. Please use this link to use Sky Bet.


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