Harry Kane and David Silva star in sensational 4/1 scorer double
Coral are helping customers make the most of this exciting international break, by offering an abundance of enhanced odds.
So, immerse yourself in these thrilling fixtures, and potentially make a profit, by backing two of the Premier League’s leading lights to swap their sensational club form for country.
England’s attacking hope Harry Kane and Spain superstar David Silva are a fantastic 4/1 both to be on target anytime for their nations.
Here’s why we think this dynamic and dangerous duo are more than worth a cheeky chance for punters.
Harry Kane is in the headlines before he has even pulled on his first Three Lions senior squad shirt. The man dubbed ‘Hurri-Kane’ has surpassed all expectations this season for boyhood club Spurs, and now has the chance to excel for England.
After striking 29 times for Tottenham across all competitions this campaign, and becoming joint Premier League top poacher on 19, cunning Kane more than deserves his call-up.
Six goals from 10 England Under-21 appearances suggest the lethal Young Lion can also hack it at international level.
Senior England teammates certainly seem to agree, with centre back Gary Cahill recently stating: “He’s a real handful, a fantastic talent. He’s not just somebody who can hold the ball up, he can run in behind, he’s got two good feet. For me he’s got all the attributes.”
Well-rounded Kane has also made an impression on Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick, who told media: “The thing that’s impressed me most is as the spotlight’s grown and the expectation’s grown with it, he seems to have grown and his performances have improved and improved.”
Crafty Kane swept past Leicester City last time out, hitting a scintillating hat-trick. So, the Three Lions forward is great value at 7/2 to bag a brace or better, or 10/3 to draw first blood against minnows Lithuania, and make it a debut to remember.
Silky Silva completes this super scorer double, as the Manchester City playmaker prepares to help Spain dismantle Ukraine.
Silva is simply one of those players who makes every attacking move look effortless, and the former Valencia creator’s vision should see him play a vital part for Vicente del Bosque.
The terrifically talented 29-year-old has added goals to his games this campaign, and has struck 11 times for City, illustrating the extent of his influence in the final third.
Apart from pulling the strings for Spain, then, the 75-capped schemer should help sink visiting Ukraine with strikes.