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With a busy night of friendly action there’s sure to be plenty of goals as football fans look forward to the new Premiership season which kicks off on Saturday.

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We might be just a few days away from the Premier League getting underway for another season, but there are a number of international friendlies taking place on Wednesday evening and two games that stand out are England v Scotland and Wales v Republic of Ireland.

The managers of these four nations might be under strict instructions from Premier League bosses to make sure there are no injuries, but you can be sure both encounters will be competitive as soon as the players cross the white line.

Looking at England v Scotland to begin with, much of the focus will be on whether Wayne Rooney is in the starting line-up for the Three Lions as he missed the Community Shield on Sunday through ‘injury’. However, Rooney has been training well with England all week and he could feature here.

At 4/1 to score the first goal of the game, he could be good value.

Roy Hodgson’s men should be winning this game comfortably when you consider the difference in quality in the two squads and that is reflected in the odds as the hosts are at 4/9.

However, Hodgson knows it isn’t going to be easy as Scotland are always desperate to beat England and under Gordon Strachan, they do seem to be a much stronger side that work extremely hard.

With the Wembley crowd behind the Three Lions though and the likes of Theo Walcott, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard in the squad, it is tough to make a case for the visitors.

What Strachan will want is for his men to be competitive in this fixture and keep England at bay for as long as possible. It is going to be a tough match for the Scots, but at 8/1, some could see a bit of value in an away win.

Whatever happens, this is going to be an interesting match to watch from 8pm on Wednesday.

At 7.45pm, Wales entertain Republic of Ireland in what is sure to be a competitive clash between two fairly even sides.

The Irish are slight favourites at 17/10 and under Giovanni Trapattoni, they don’t lose many. Ireland also have plenty of quality in their squad and the Italian has given a start to Wes Hoolahan, who could have that touch of class in the final third needed to win this game.

Wales are often strong on home soil and even though Gareth Bale isn’t likely to feature, they have players capable of winning this game.

Chris Coleman’s men can be backed at 15/8 to take this one, so they are the slight underdogs and it is going to take a big performance to come out on top. If they manage a victory though, it could be the confidence boost the squad needs.

There will be a cracking atmosphere inside the Cardiff City Stadium for this one and we could be in for plenty of goals.

These might not be the most eagerly anticipated encounters, but they could be entertaining to watch.

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