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Coral are offering outstanding odds for new customers of 3/1 for England to beat Estonia with a maximum bet of £10. The two nations have played each other just twice, with the Three Lions coming out on top on both occasions, scoring four goals and conceding none.

This time round, Roy Hodgson’s men should have more than enough again, with captain Wayne Rooney aiming to beat Sir Bobby Charlton’s record of 49 goals. The Manchester United skipper is currently on 41, and will use this match as an opportunity to run riot.

“It’s there. There’s no denying it,” the 28-year-old said ahead of England’s next qualifying match.

“Jimmy Greaves is there and if I can overtake him this week, in the coming weeks, the coming months, that would be great.

“It’s not something going into the game [I’m] thinking: ‘Oh, I’ve got to beat Jimmy Greaves’ record to get close to Bobby Charlton'”, the striker continued.

“I’m wanting to do well for the team and if I can score goals then great and the most important thing for us is to perform well and to win the games.”

However, Estonia will also have to be wary of the likes of Danny Welbeck, who bagged a brace against Switzerland and stole the show. The new Arsenal man has been in fantastic form for both club and country this term, and with Daniel Sturridge currently injured will be hoping to use this as a platform to score more.

Even Rooney has spoken of the talent of his former teammate: “Danny’s a fantastic footballer, I think sometimes he doesn’t get the credit he deserves for his footballing ability.

“Obviously he’s quick and athletic and can score different type of goals, actually as a footballer he’s very intelligent,” he continued.

“You’ll start to see that the more he plays for Arsenal week in week out, he’ll prove what a good footballer he is, and for England.”