San Marino v England Betting Odds

Tiny San Marino come up against the Three Lions in the final round of World Cup group qualifying fixtures tonight and as such, why not check out the latest England free bets by registering now with any of our featured bookmakers where you will also find the best San Marino v England odds and offers.

 

 

England are effectively assured of a place in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with three points separating them from second-placed Poland in Group I and just a single game left to play. Three points should be a formality against rock-bottom side San Marino and we bring you the latest betting odds on tonight’s match, courtesy of the leading UK bookmakers.

 

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England

Draw

San Marino

 

Match results & BTTS

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England

Draw

San Marino

 

Total Goals

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Under 5.5

Under 4.5

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Under 2.5

 

Anytime Goalscorer

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Harry Kane

Phil Foden

Bukayo Saka

Jude Bellingham

Ben Chilwell

Harry Maguire

 

First Goalscorer

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Harry Kane

Phil Foden

Bukayo Saka

Jude Bellingham

Ben Chilwell

Harry Maguire

 

England need just one more point in order to be guaranteed a place for next year’s World Cup and against tiny San Marino tonight you really need to fancy the Three Lions’ chances. Gareth Southgate’s men are three points clear at the top of their World Cup qualifying group with just a single game left to play and their hosts will doubtless be very glad to see the back of another doomed campaign.

In their penultimate group match, San Marino came close to holding Hungary to a relatively respectable 2-0 scoreline, however late goals from Balint Vessel and Dominik Szoboszal saw the tiny nation succumb to a comprehensive 4-0 defeat.

The side ranked 210th in the world have once again proven to be easy pickings for the other sides in Group I and they look destined to finish the campaign with no points to their name. Thus far they have scored just one goal in this group and while they can expect to come up against a much-changed youthful England side tonight, there’s absolutely nothing to suggest that they will manage anything for their efforts, especially if England’s 5-0 thrashing of Albania at the weekend is anything to go by.

Poland’s 4-1 victory over Andorra means that the Three Lions aren’t yet assured of a place in the World Cup but all they need to do tonight is to avoid defeat. Indeed it would be one of the biggest ever shocks in world football were they not to come home with all three points comfortably in the bag.