England fans backing Kane and Vardy to both net against Wales

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Three Lions supporters were head-in-hands after Vasily Berezutsky’s injury-time leveller for Russia, but their optimism has returned ahead of the Wales game, with a flurry of bets on Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy both netting for Roy’s Boys at 6/1.

However, with both sides battling for qualification from Group B, this could be a night for new national heroes to arise, and it’s 11/8 that any England player picks the perfect time to score their first ever senior international goal.

Liverpool pair Adam Lallana and Jordan Henderson – and a number of defenders – are still awaiting their first goal for Roy Hodgson’s side, so are we about to see a new name and number on the scoreboard tomorrow night?

Meanwhile, 5/4 says England net one beyond the 80-minute mark, and recent form suggests that could be a very smart bet, with Hodgson’s charges having scored beyond that point in three of their last five games leading up to Euro 2016.

And if a goal in the dying moments of normal time isn’t dramatic enough, fans can also back England to bag one in second-half injury-time at 4s.

England are 8/15 for victory, with 10/3 for the draw and 13/2 for a Welsh win.

And the passionate Three Lions faithful are set to win the social media battle too, with the Eiffel Tower 1/2 to display the England flag on Thursday.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “England could be in for more late drama, but fans are betting it will bring delight not despair. A last-gasp winner for England would be a multi-million pound disaster for the bookies, so we’ll be hoping for another draw.”

Ladbrokes Latest Odds:

England v Wales specials:

Eiffel Tower to display the England flag on Thursday – 1/2

England to score after the 80-minute mark – 5/4

Any England player to score their first-ever senior international goal – 11/8

Rooney to score from outside the box – 7/2

England to score in second-half injury-time – 4/1

Two or more Tottenham players to score for England – 5/1

Any England player to score a penalty – 5/1

Kane AND Vardy to score – 6/1

Dier to score direct from a free-kick – 12/1

Two or more Liverpool players to score for England – 20/1

Kane, Vardy AND Rooney to score – 25/1

Two or more Manchester United players to score for England – 33/1

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

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Dave Burin

Dave graduated with an MA in English Literature at Durham University, and worked in marketing before joining the Ladbrokes News team. A Man United fan and avid groundhopper, he’s also an ardent follower of Rugby League. You can usually find him at a ground near you, clutching a big cup of tea.