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  • on 16.10.2012
  • at 10:12 AM
  • by KT

7/4 for a goalless first half in Poland

The Three Lions haven’t lost to Poland since 1973 when they were beaten 2-0 at the Silesian Stadium, yet we could see a very tight game tonight, and the 0-0 half-time score looks a decent price at 7/4 with bookmakers Boylesports.

The home side are 10/3 (William Hill) to cause an upset in Group H, whilst England are Evs with Ladbrokes to make it 3 wins from 3 in their World Cup qualifying campaign.

The Poles are without inspirational captain Jakub Blaszczykowski, who is forced to sit out this game with an ankle injury picked up whilst playing for club-side Borussia Dortmund.

Arsenal goalkeeping pair Wojciech Szczesny (foot) and Lukasz Fabianski (shoulder) will also miss out, whilst England will have to do without Walcott, Lampard and Bertrand.

England will welcome back Steven Gerrard and Glen Johnson from suspension, whilst Joleon Lescott, James Milner and Jermain Defoe could also return to Roy Hodgson’s side after all being rested against San Marino due to having a yellow card against their name.

The Tottenham striker has scored 17 goals in his last 19 starts for England and is 7/1 (Victor Chandler) to score first tonight, whilst the White Eagles’ star man, Robert Lewandowski is as big as 8/1 with William Hill to break the dead-lock.

Ashley Cole could also return to the side, yet Leighton Baines looks set to keep his place after making a great start to the season for Everton.

 

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