WHEN it comes to qualifying England never have any problems – they only occur when they get there.

Once again Gareth Southgate's men have made a perfect start with convincing wins against Czech Republic and Montenegro.

Six points from their forthcoming double header against Bulgaria and Kosovo will almost seal the deal and a squad packed with talent is unlikely to slip up.

First up at Wembley tonight are Bulgaria who lie bottom of Group A after two draws and two defeats.

England beat their rivals 3-0 and 4-0 in qualifying for 2012 and a similar result is expected.

Southgate's side are no bigger than 1-10 at Ladbrokes so we need to look at the handicaps with England backable minus two at 10-11 with Ladbrokes. The brave could go minus three at 23-10 with Paddy Power.

The home men are unlikely to concede against a side with no stars and plenty of domestic-based players. To win to nil England are 2-5 with boylesports which is fine on accas.

Skipper Harry Kane is set to lead the line and the Spurs star is 11-5 with Betway to score first.

He's rightly favourite but Southgate has so much firepower it might be better going with an anytime scorer at a better price once teams are confirmed.

Options include Norwich midfielder James Maddison at 2-1 with Coral or even Liverpool wing-back Trent Alexander-Arnold at 9-1 with sportingbet.

The other match in England's group is Kosovo v Czech Republic and there should be goals. Both to score pays 19-20 at Marathonbet.

European champions and Nations League winners Portugal have all their big guns available and I fancy Cristiano Ronaldo, Bernardo Silva, Joao Felix and Co so shoot down Serbia in Belgrade.

The Serbs have blown hot and cold in Group B and changed boss after a 5-0 defeat to Ukraine.

Portugal started with home draws against Ukraine and Serbia so it's time to get going and they are 6-5 at bet365 to pick up all three points.

Ronaldo will again be the man to watch and is 16-5 at Unibet to score first and 5-4 to net at any time.

Leaders Ukraine travel to bottom feeders Lithuania but an away win pays no bigger than 1-3.

Tonight's other games are in Group H with leaders France extremely short at home to Albania. Antoine Griezmann has started the season well at new club Barcelona and is 3-1 at Betway to break the deadlock.

Finding value from Turkey v Andorra isn't easy but what about the home side to score in both halves on an acca at 4-11 with Ladbrokes.

Turkey and Iceland both have nine points from four games so it's clear they're fighting for second spot behind France. Iceland are 2-7 to beat Moldova and if you want to add risk try Iceland -1 at 5-6 with betfair.

Recommended Bets

  • England -2 or England -3
  • Kane to score first
  • Maddison to score
  • Kosovo v Czech Rep btts
  • Ronaldo to score
  • Griezmann to score first
  • Iceland -1
1 Comment
  1. JohnAnthony 2 weeks ago

    Vedat Muriqi To Score +1

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