Heavy-hitting duo boosted to score anytime for their countries

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With the Euro 2016 qualifiers taking the green light there’s a host of betting opportunities to be had among the fixture schedule, not least in the goal scorer markets.

As footballing giants get drawn against some of the continent’s lesser known sides in their group, some of the best strikers in world football can lick their lips at the prospect of boosting their goal tallies for their national sides.

The prospect isn’t so appealing for Ladbrokes customers though, who would find the odds on such stars to score about as skinny as a supermodel on weightwatchers.

Often the best way to get some healthy looking prices is to combine those strikers scoring at anytime into a multiple bet, and Ladbrokes have done their best to give a helping hand with that, with their hitmen double.

The latest offering sees England’s Wayne Rooney and Sweden’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic all to score at any time in their Monday internationals. Normally that double would come out at 6/1 but Ladbrokes have been kind enough to stretch that out to 8s for their customers.

It’s a bet well worth considering, seeing as PSG’s Swedish star has been in net-rippling form for his club before the international break.

Zlatan has notched an incredible seven times already this term in just four appearances for the French club and travels to lead Sweden against Austria on Monday.

With Switzerland away facing Wayne Rooney, the Englishman may be the biggest risk to the treble landing, however with two goals to his name this season and one for the Three Lions already, he is in enough form to help land a windfall.

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

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