England vs Estonia by Hassy
Add to the fact the places in the squad for the finals are up for grabs then you can totally rule out any motivation problems or complacency issues within the England camp.
Wayne Rooney is likely to miss out and Theo Walcott could start up-front to support Kane. John Stones has pulled out of the England squad due to injury, with Kyle Walker called up in his place. Luke Shaw out of action for the next six months, Michael Carrick is a doubt, but Jonjo Shelvey returned to training on Thursday and could feature.
Estonia still have a slim chance of qualifying for next summer's international tournament as they sit five points behind second placed Switzerland and two points behind third-placed Slovenia with two qualifying games remaining. However, they have struggled on the road having failed to gain a single victory in their last seven competitive away fixtures and scored just two away goals in their last nine competitive fixtures.
Coach Magnus Pehrsson has the luxury of a fully fit squad to select from. Experienced Aleksander Dmitrijev may anchor the midfield in place of Karol Mets after serving his one-match suspension. Ats Purje is set to lead the attack for the visitors.
Put it simply England's odds of 1.16 to win the match tells you everything you need to know about how big the quality in difference is between these two teams. England will have pace in abundance and with an expectant Wembley crowd waiting for goals I expect England to come out fast and quick with all guns blazing. An early goal will set the tone up nicely and in the second half, on a big Wembley pitch I expect Estonia to tire which will leave gaps in their usually very organised defence. England will win, and win comfortably so I am looking to take advantage of a quick start and a tiring defence.
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|England to win both halves||Bet365||2.15||8||2-0 WON (+9.2 units)|