It’s another international break, with England V Wales (08/10/20) the main focus of our football betting tips.
- Wembley Stadium
- Kick-Off 8pm
- Live on ITV1
- BBC Match Centre
England V Wales 08/10/20 Football Betting Tips
First up, I’m not a massive fan of tipping football friendlies.
Quite often the respective managers put out experimental sides, and there also can be numerous substitutions.
This could well be the case with this match. England are already without regular left back Ben Chilwell, and there is also no Jadon Sancho or Tammy Abraham (who might have been looked at in this match).
The trio have been left out of this match for breaking Covid-19 restrictions last weekend.
Bale is injured, while Ramsey is isolating after members of staff at Juventus tested positive for Covid-19.
With that in mind, there’s a good chance Wales at the very least will be playing an experimental side.
This seems to be reflected in the odds, with Ryan Giggs’ side at 7/1. It’s hard to make a case for Wales without Bale and Ramsey, even at those odds.
With it being a friendly, 2/5 is probably a touch too short to back England – even though I think Southgate’s side will win.
Football Betting Tip – England to win and Over 1.5 Goals in Match Odds and Over 1.5 Goals market @ 8/11 with Betfair
For this bet to win, England have to win, with 2 goals or more scored in the match. So it could be 2-0 to England, or 3-1 to England.
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What Time Does England V Wales Kick-Off?
The match between England and Wales kicks off at 8pm.
The match offers both managers the chance to look at players for the upcoming Nations League matches.
England have fixtures against Belgium on 11th October, and Denmark on 14th October. While Wales face Republic of Ireland on 11th October, and Bulgaria on 14th October.
Which TV Channel Can I Watch England V Wales On?
The match is live on ITV1. Coverage starts at 7.30pm, and is on until 10.15pm.
Studio guests keeping host Mark Pougatch company are Ian Wright, Roy Keane and Robert Earnshaw.