England vs Wales Betting Tips

In Euro 2016, by on Jun 15, 2016
England vs. Wales EURO 2016 Group Stage – Group B Game 2 Thursday, June 16, 2016 - Lens Agglo, France Odds: England 3/5, Draw 16/5, Wales 6/1 Our Play: Wales 6/1 For live odds visit Bet365 sportsbook or Smarkets betting exchange For latest odds you can check a few recommended sportsbooks and betting exchanges england wales betting tips We are going to continue our assault on heavy favorites like the English who have failed to live up the hype and promise that was casted around them. England in their opening draw against Russia looked like the typical English squads of old we are accustomed to: talented with a lack of chemistry. As a result of England’s difficulties in formulating any form of potency, the English allowed Russia to come back in to the contest with a late equalizer that dashed England’s hopes of getting off to a strong in Group B. Perhaps England’s greatest hurdle awaits them and this is none other than neighbor Wales who enters on a high note defeating Slovakia 2-1 in their opening fixture. Currently, Wales sits at the top of the table in Group B with three points, while England and Russia sit deadlocked at one point per side and Slovakia trails in last with zero points. With a Slovakian draw or win against Russia and a win against England, Wales can actually clinch Group B outright and secure their position in a favorable situation in the knockout stage of sixteen. To some this may seem like a superfluous notion given the heavy favorites the English were entering this group and tournament for all intent and purposes. We have already expressed are concerns with Russia against Slovakia and how Russia is far more susceptible to losses than the astounding England result portrayed. England basically hoodwinked themselves out of three points in their opening fixture and now many may fancy to play the rebound angle with the English against their border rivals. We will dissent that perspective. Wales’ performance against Slovakia was spectacular. The Welsh had eleven shots in total and eight of them were on net. Credit is due to the Slovakian goalkeeper for deflecting an onslaught of attempts, otherwise the game may have in fact gotten out of hand. Conversely, Wales allowed just two shots on net and one tricked in. Nevertheless, Wales given their lack of experience in this tournament overall compared to the likes of a middle-of-the-road European squad like Slovakia showed they can play with formidable opposition in high-stakes affairs and their recent success in this capacity may likely fuel them further against a traditional European heavyweight in England. You know our position, we will lay the favorites whenever we can and buy back value on an undervalued outfit. No matter what odds are offered here, they never reflect the true odds because England is a team that inherently fosters a premium for any takers wishing to back them. Wales will look to take Group B by storm and pick up yet another win as Russia awaits them after this fixture to culminate their Group B campaign. Continuing our promotion of Wales as a potential hedge scenario and sleeper in this tournament we will opt in on them is distinct fixture as well. For latest odds you can check a few recommended sportsbooks and betting exchanges