England are good odds to beat a weakened Spain side at Wembley


England are set to face Spain at Wembley, in which could be Gareth Southgate’s hardest game since becoming interim boss of the national side, despite it only being a friendly between two second string sides.

To appease the Premier League club managers, Southgate has rightly refused to risk any big stars in which is basically a meaningless affair, but it is an opportunity to have a look at some of the fringe players who will be trying to impress the manager in the hope of becoming a first-teamer in future.

There will still be some top stars on show for the Three Lions though and I am expecting a starting line-up similar to this: Hart; Clyne, Cahill, Stones, Rose; Henderson, Dier; Sterling, Lallana, Lingard and Vardy. WE could even see Jack Wilshere make an appearance and he for one will be looking to impress, That team is hardly a bunch of no-hopers in my eyes, and in front of the English fans at Wembley I am quite keen on their chances of winning!

If this was a World Cup Qualifier then I would probably think twice about betting on Southgate’s men, but at 2/1 for a home win, in a two horse-race, I will be checking out www.bettingoffers.org to find out which bookies are going to give me the most generous offers for this match.

Spain haven’t lost a game yet under their new manager Julen Lopetegui, and have scored 17 goals in the 5 games, but England are also unbeaten, and more importantly have won 7 of their last 8 at the Hallowed Towers. They are without many stars including Chelsea’s Costa, and he is expected to be replaced by the the 35-year-old striker, Aritz Aduriz and maybe Isco will be on the wing, but hardly as daunting as facing an inform Costa.

This is a great opportunity for Southgate to cement his place as England manager and will be doing his utmost to keep his unbeaten record. There will never be a better time to back England to beat Spain. Get on it!

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