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Get on England to win to nil at hugely enhanced in-play price

| 09.10.2015

England host Estonia in their penultimate Euro 2016 Group E game, and with the Three Lions looking for to maintain a perfect qualifying record, Ladbrokes are pulling out all the stops for tonight’s match.

From kick-off this evening until the first goal goes in, Ladbrokes are enhancing England to win to nil from 4/9 to a massive 6/4 and there’s plenty of logic suggesting you should take advantage of the offer.

England have conceded just once in their last five games at the home of football, and welcome an Estonia team who have failed to score in eight of their last ten away matches, including a blank away at San Marino.

Such has been the extend of the Estonian’s trouble travelling, they’ve only scored three away goals in qualifying campaigns over the last four years, and one of those was in Andorra.

Hodgson’s men also kept a clean sheet in the reverse tie in Tallinn last year, and though Group E has long been sewn up for England, Hodgson has stressed that this clash and the fixture with Lithuania are important preparation for next month’s tournament in France.

Wayne Rooney misses out this evening through injury, but that only opens the door to the likes of Harry Kane and Theo Walcott to make the most of the opportunity and put some goals past their Baltic opponents.

Full match markets and other price boosts can be found here.

For full T&Cs on tonight’s offer click here.

Meanwhile, Ladbrokes are again running their Sharp Shooter offer for international qualifiers involving home nations which are broadcast live. Back a player to score first and if that player nets the first goal of the game inside the opening 25 minutes, Ladbrokes will double your odds!

Full Sharp Shooter T&Cs can be found here.

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

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Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.