Ahead of the next round of Euro 2016 qualifying fixtures, the good people at Ladbrokes have taken three likely scorers, each of whom are priced at 1/1 or less, and bundled them into a boosted hitman treble that will pay out at 6/1 (from 9/2) if it lands.
We’ve got the young Englander everyone’s talking about, a bone fide 30-goal-a-season man and one of Serie A’s in-form forwards waiting to signal profits. Step right up…
It’s not yet clear whether Spurs’ 21-year-old revelation will start at Wembley, but after finding the net 29 times for his local team since Mauricio Pochettino took over at the club, Kane will only need a sniff to score.
Three Lions gaffer Roy Hodgson is sure to give him at least half an hour against the 94th-ranked team in the world, so this part of the treble looks safe.
Football’s most obnoxious entertainer has been in predictably good form in Ligue 1 since being sent off for Paris Saint-Germain away to Chelsea in the Champions League earlier this month, with a brace and a hat-trick bagged in two domestic fixtures over the past fortnight.
Zlatan also scored Sweden’s only goal last time out away in Group G, in the 1-1 draw with Montenegro, and has a better than one-in-two strike rate for his country, so Moldova should be very afraid.
After a slow start to his time with Juventus, bagging just four goals in his first 20 appearances, Morata has redressed the balance somewhat of late.
The former Real Madrid man holds a one-in-two strike rate over his past 14 outings for the Serie A champions, and seems certain to play a significant part in his country’s clash at home to Ukraine, with Chelsea’s Spa-zilian forward Diego Costa feeling the hamstring strains only an international break can bring.
Despite never scoring for Spain before, the 22-year-old is favourite to notch at Estadio Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan, which suggests he’ll be in from the off.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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