Exact score betting on the match England vs Wales Euro 2016

6 April 2016
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Betting on correct scores for a soccer event is perhaps one of the most technical and probably the most difficult betting option. Although most UK based bookmakers provide options for betting on full-time correct scores of soccer events, most gamblers least consider this option, though known to be the most profitable.

However, odds for correct scores depend on various determinants that include the strength of both teams in attacking and defending, current form of the teams, scoring history of both teams, as well as previous head to head statistics between the two teams. Although England did not record impressive performances in the Euro 2012 and 2014 world cup, they are not expected to perform any minor miracles against wales.

England is expected to play Wales in the Euro 2016 tournament to be held in France. This is a tournament game, and both teams are expected to be cautious of their attacking and defensive measures not to fall victims to the early levels of the tournament. According to various UK tipsters and bookmakers, this game will be a low-scoring game and the least odds are given for a 1-0 win by either of the teams and a goalless draw. Besides, Roy’s decision to bench Jamie Vardy for Wayne Rooney was not one of the best options, and thus, England’s efforts in seeking a goal might not be as successful. Both teams have commendably good players, with England enjoying performances of such players as Jamie Vardy, Adam Lallana, Harry Kane, Danny Welbeck and Wayne Rooney while Wales will enjoy great performances of the Real Madrid’s winger Gareth Bale and Arsenal’s midfielder Aaron Ramsey. Though England could win the game with slight margins, few goals are expected in the event.

England and Wales have not met severally over the two decades. Considering the few previous head to head meetings between England and Wales since 1984, England has narrowly won four of the five meetings by a narrow margin. Wales won only a single game in 1984 by a full-time score of 1-0, while the remaining four meetings England have won 2-0 twice and 1-0 twice too. Considering the total five meetings, either of the teams fails to score at full time. Considering these previous head to head meetings, it can be observed that England has won 75% of the total games by either two or a single goal. It can, therefore, be deduced that England is the favorites for winning the game, and the most probable full-time result for the game could be either a 2-0 or 1-0 win. However, England’s current form could see them thrash Wales up to three goals. Wales are however under a quite promising form with their inform winger, Gareth Bale, ready to steer his team ahead. Wales can afford themselves a goal. Therefore, backing a 3-1 win by England seems to be the most probable correct score of the event.

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