England, Spain, Russia and Switzerland in fab 11/4 acca
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Back this amazing acca, which features England, Spain, Russia and Switzerland at 11/4 all to triumph, and reap the rewards of these excellently enhanced odds.
The Three Lions will host Lithuania, reigning European champions Spain face Ukraine, Russia travel to Montenegro and Switzerland contest Estonia, with the four nations in this special all massive favourites to secure victory.
England v Lithuania
Roy Hodgson’s Group E leaders, odds-on 1/8 favourites, have made a sensational start to their qualifying campaign, having won all four of their games so far.
The terrific Three Lions have been formidable in both attack and defence, striking 11 times in those four fixtures and conceding just a single goal.
Spurs striker Harry Kane is set for his international bow, after rising to prominence with his dominant displays in this season’s Premier League. The prolific frontman is a 10/3 chance to net the last goal on his England debut.
Spain v Ukraine
Vicente del Bosque’s reigning Euro champions, odds-on 2/9 favourites, hold a superior goal difference over their Ukrainian opposition, and they will be confident of securing a victory which will move them a step closer to qualification.
Juventus hitman Alvaro Morata has been on a recent rampant run domestically, and will hope to convert that club form on to the international stage. The in-form forward is even-money to strike anytime for his country against Ukraine.
Montenegro v Russia
The visiting Russians, 11/10 to win, are aiming to secure a crucial three points, as they look to leapfrog Sweden into second place of Group G.
Fabio Capello’s side sit above Montenegro in the table, and will be hoping their top qualifying goalscorer Artem Dzyuba can fire them to another win and add to his two goals already.
Switzerland v Estonia
The hosts are massive odds-on 1/5 favourites to prevail, with Estonia having struggled in Group E, picking up just four points to date.
Switzerland should comfortably ease past the second-bottom outfit, and are aiming to move ahead of Slovenia in a qualifying position.