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England and Estonia face at Wembley Stadium, London, in a match for the 9th round of the Euro 2016 Qualifiers, Group E.

As expected, the head to head history clearly favours the home team, since the English have won the last 3 matches against Estonia and, moreover, haven’t conceded any goals in all 3.

Analysis of England

England comes to this match with a positive sequence of 3 consecutive wins. Moreover, in the last 12 matches they have a record of 10 wins and 2 draws. In the last match they have beaten Switzerland by 2-0 in a home match.
              
The home team has done well in both offense and defence. In the last 3 matches, coach Roy Hodgson’s team registers 11 goals scored and only 2 conceded.
              
The home team usually scores more goals in the second half, particularly between minutes 61’ and 75’, in which they have scored 8 goals in the last 10 matches.

Confirmed Lineup: J. Hart, C. Smalling, N. Clyne, G. Cahill, R. Bertrand, R. Sterling, A. Lallana, J. Milner, R. Barkley, T. Walcott, H. Kane.
Coach: R. Hodgson.

Analysis of Estonia

Estonia comes to this match after a 1-0 away loss against Slovenia. However, they had won the previous 3 matches.
              
They are currently in the 4th position of the group, 14 points behind England. Therefore, they face a very hard task, since there is a great difference between these two teams.
              
In the last 10 matches they have opened up the score 5 times and have always held on to the lead. Finally, it’s worth noticing that in the 4 matches in which they conceded the first goal they have never managed to turn the score around.

Confirmed Lineup: M. Aksalu, A. Pikk, E. Jääger, K. Kallaste, R. Klavan, T. Teniste, K. Mets, A. Dmitrijev, K. Vassiljev, S. Zenjov, A. Purje.
Coach: M. Pehrsson.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario is that England will be in the lead before half-time, since they have the home advantage and are far superior to the opponent in this round. Therefore, we expect England to confirm its superiority and dominate the match from early on.
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  • Home team wins 43.66%
  • Draws 18.66%
  • Away team wins 37.69%
  • Over 1.5 72.76%
  • Over 2.5 47.01%
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  • Goals 700
  • Goals /match 2.61
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  • Goals after 80' 18.29%
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