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Punters piling in on Harry Kane scoring first versus Scotland

| 09.06.2017

We’ve priced up a host of specials for England’s World Cup qualifier against Scotland this weekend.

And as official betting partner of the FA, the bookies can also report Harry Kane is by far the most popular selection with punters for first goalscorer at 7/2.

It’s 9/4 Kane is joined on the scoresheet by at least one other Tottenham player, while 4/1 says two or more Man United men find the net.

Scotland midfielder Scott Brown is a 20/1 shot to see red in Saturday’s clash, while Adam Lallana is 8/1 to be named Man of the Match for the second game in a row against the Auld Enemy.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “There’s plenty for patriotic punters to get excited about this weekend as the Three Lions head north of the border, although all the interest at the moment seems to be on Kane opening the scoring.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Scotland v England specials
2 or more Tottenham players to score – 9/4

Goal to be scored from outside the box – 7/2

2 or more Man United players to score – 4/1

England to score with a header – 4/1

3+ different England players to score – 9/2

Kane to score and be named man of the match – 6/1

Lallana to be man of the match – 8/1

Direct free kick to be scored – 8/1

Both teams to have a player sent off – 10/1

Rashford, Kane and Defoe ALL to score – 14/1

Scott Brown to be sent off – 20/1

Hart to save a penalty – 25/1

3 or more Tottenham players to score – 25/1

3 or more Man United players to score – 50/1

England to win 3-0 with all goals headers – 100/1

Most Popular First Goalscorer – Harry Kane

Most Popular Correct Score – Scotland 1-3 England

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



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.