England’s star subs tipped to hit the net again in Slovakia clash

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Roy Hodgson rang the changes in the second-half against Wales, and his super subs delivered in the most dramatic fashion, with Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge coming off the bench to net. And it’s 6/4 that any England sub comes on to score against Slovakia.

Fans of the Three Lions may be hoping for a slightly more relaxing victory over Jan Kozak’s men, after the last-gasp triumph over Wales.

However, those tipping more 11th-hour glory for Roy’s boys can back the Three Lions to find the net in second-half injury-time again (5/1). And on the back of the Home Nations’ clash and Eric Dier’s 91st-minute winner in Germany, it could prove a very smart bet indeed.

And lightning could also strike twice for England’s dynamic strike duo, with 13/2 for Vardy and Sturridge to repeat the feat by both scoring against Slovenski sokoli.

English optimism is building, with one high-rolling fan having already backed a Three Lions victory with a whopping £20,000 bet, while the 7/1 for Hodgson’s men to defy history and score a penalty is also proving popular with supporters.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “Three Lions fans are on a high and backing their boys for victory here. The only people worried today are the bookies with a huge payout on the cards if England topple Slovakia.”

Ladbrokes Latest Odds:

England v Slovakia specials:

Any England substitute to score – 6/4

Daniel Sturridge to be England’s last goalscorer [of the game] – 3/1

England to score in second-half injury-time – 5/1

Vardy and Sturridge to both score – 13/2

England to score a penalty – 7/1

Vardy, Sturridge and Rooney to ALL score – 25/1

England v Slovakia – Win-Draw-Win:

England – 20/23

Draw – 23/10

Slovakia – 9/2

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.