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England price-boosted to 3/1 to beat San Marino on Thursday

It’s a great offer which might not last until kick-off

Grab 3/1 about England beating San Marino, with betfair offering this crazy price

If you want to back England to win Thursday night’s clash at Wembley, the general odds available are 1/100. That’s unless you want to avail yourself of the betfair new customer offer where odds of 3/1 are available that the Three Lions claim victory.

It’s a sensational price boost, with Roy Hodgson’s side surely likely to not only win this Euro 2016 qualifier against their minnow opponents but set to wipe the floor with modest opponents.

There are no catches and it’s a simple case of backing England at the normal odds with a stake size up to £10 to enjoy these odds of 3/1. That means a £30 profit by taking advantage of this price boost!

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When England beat San Marino, enjoy a payout at the above odds as well as bonus winnings to reflect the fact that you took the 3/1.

It’s a great offer which might not last until kick-off so be sure to get involved while the promotion lasts. Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck will be hungry for goals, while we’re expecting Raheem Sterling to make short work of the San Marino defenders.

Adam Lallana can also earn a start for England and the midfielder is now determined to cement his place in the national team.

“Of course, as a footballer, you want to play every game possible. But the manager has big decisions to make. He has a squad and 11 places to choose for. I have huge respect for the manager and every decision he makes,” said the former Southampton captain.

“It’s always good, even in training, to show the manager what you can do and remind him, so if I get my chance I’ll be looking to take it and impress him,” he says. “There’s always going to be competition at this level. The amount of English players we have playing in the Premier League – there’s no shortage really, so there’ll be people pushing you for your places.

“I still feel I have a lot to learn and prove,” says Lallana. “I don’t think by any stretch I’m an established international. I have hard work to do to get to this level consistently.”

All odds were correct at time of posting.