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

| 20.06.2016

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.



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.