IT's a big day for Wayne Rooney who will be honoured with his 100th England cap in the qualifier against Slovenia.
Daniel Sturridge is again missing for England so skipper Rooney has a great chance of breaking the deadlock at 18-5 with McBookie and BetVictor. The Man Utd star is 11-10 at bet365 to net at any time.
Three wins from three mean England can already start looking forward to the Euro 2016 finals – and boss Roy Hodgson will be hoping for better show in France than he saw in Brazil.
All of those results in Group E have been achieved to nil and that could be the outcome again when Slovenia visit Wembley. England haven't conceded a goal in five games since crashing out of the World Cup to Uruguay but only once have they netted more than two – and that was a 5-0 stroll against sorry San Marino.
Only one side has netted in Slovenia's last six games so no to both to score should come in but pays just 1-2 at Paddy Power. England are no bigger than 1-3 with William Hill and others so consider win to nil at 5-6 at Ladbrokes.
Slovenia have beaten Switzerland and Lithuania in their last two so won't roll over and I expect a 1-0 or 2-0 home success.
Only one of Slovenia's last 12 games has gone over 2.5 goals so back under at 4-5 with Ladbrokes.
If you believe England will take time to get going try England's first goal to arrive after 31 minutes at 11-10 with William Hill.
Elsewhere today it's mostly short-priced favourites against underdogs such as Spain v Belarus, Ukraine at Luxembourg, Moldova v Liechenstein, Estonia at San Marino and Switzerland v Lithuania and finding value from those matches isn't easy.
One game that catches the eye is Austria v Bosnia with the visitors' coach Fabio Capello travelling to Vienna without assistants Christian Panucci and Massimo Neri. All three haven't been paid since June and Russian football chiefs say they can't afford the massive salaries.
Austria are in good form and could take advantage if Capello isn't fully focused. The Group G leaders are a best 15-8 at boylesports.
Rooney to score first (5pm)
(18-5, McBookie, BetVictor)
England to win to nil