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Rooney gets price boost treatment yet again against Poland!

| 15.10.2013

Despite having to pay-out at boosted odds of 9/2 on Wayne Rooney scoring first in England’s last World Cup qualifier, Ladbrokes are back for more punishment as the Three Lions take on Poland at Wembley.

Having rewarded punters who backed him to score first against Montenegro, England’s head-band sporting assassin can now be backed at 9/2 with Ladbrokes (out from 4/1) for the second time in a matter of days.

And with Rooney in such tasty goal-grabbing form for his country; this really is a gamble by the bookmaker which punters should be seizing.

That 48th-minute strike by Rooney not only set England on their way to a convincing victory over the Montenegrins, it also represented the Manchester United player’s 37th for his country, as he continues to hunt down Bobby Charlton’s all-time record of 49.

Crucially, though, for punters looking to turn a profit on England’s critical qualifier, Wazza is a man who keeps finding the net first for the Three Lions – having drawn first blood in four of the last five qualifiers he has started.

Rooney is a centre-forward very much in the zone for both club and country, having found the target six times from his last seven starts and on this evidence, the case is closed.

Elsewhere, after a fantastic individual display as England’s central striker, Daniel Sturridge is priced as a 6/5 shot to find the Polish net anytime, while Danny Welbeck’s odds of 13/8 are also of great appeal.

Welbs was another impressive performer for England against Montenegro and will be keen to keep his own goal-scoring form going for his country, which stands at eight goals from 18 caps to date.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Christian Crowther

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