There’s a vital World Cup Qualifier tonight, with San Marino v England live streaming available across a multitude of platforms, including mobile and internet.
England make the journey to San Marino on Friday evening in a World Cup Qualifier that should be as straight forward as they come for the visiting side.
San Marino are one of the weakest teams to compete in these qualifying matches and have only managed to claim one point in the last twelve years, which gives you an idea of how tough they find these encounters.
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In truth, this is all about the occasion for the host nation rather than getting any sort of result and they will be looking forward to seeing some of the world’s best players compete in their country that has a population of just over 30,000.
This fixture ended in a 5-0 win for England when the two teams met a Wembley and that was seen as a good performance by San Marino. They are out at 80/1 to win this one, so to say they are the underdogs would be an understatement.
Roy Hodgson will be looking for a lot of goals in this match and will see it as the perfect chance to build some confidence and momentum ahead of a massive game with Montenegro next week.
If the Three Lions win on Friday and then again on Tuesday, they will top the group and put themselves in a fantastic position to qualify for the World Cup in Brazil next year.
Hodgson can rest a number of key men ahead of Tuesday’s clash in this one, but he knows how important goal difference might prove to be, so the likes of Wayne Rooney and Steven Gerrard could start.
If players such as Rooney and Gerrard get on the ball, they can cause so many problems for the hosts here and you would expect England to create chances almost every time they go into the final third. Rooney scoring a hat-trick is at 8/1, which could be decent value.
It hasn’t been the best qualifying campaign for England so far as they have won two and drawn two of their matches. They will win this one though, unless something incredible happens. If San Marino took the spoils, it would be one of the biggest shocks that football has seen.
Hodgson isn’t a man that allows complacency and he will expect his team to treat this game like any other and try to win it in the first 20 minutes. It took England over half-an-hour to break the deadlock when these two met at Wembley, so an early goal is what is needed to settle any nerves which are sure to be there.
Anything other than a win by five goals or more for the away side would be seen as a poor performance and if they concede, the players know just how much stick they are going to get, so all the pressure is on them. England are at 1/100 to come out on top.
It is likely to be an extremely one sided affair, but should be an interesting game to watch and all gets underway from 8PM on Friday.