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England were given a very plum group to deal with in their quest to reach the 2014 World Cup and their next fixture sees them travel to Moldova to face a side that many expect to be beaten with a minimum of fuss. There's a lot to like about this fixture and it comes early in the Premier League campaign so plenty of players will be looking to make big statements in this one.


Moldova is certainly not the easiest side to deal with even though they don't boast a particularly good record in International competition. These types of matches are always much more of a minefield than England would really like, as the threat of one of those tame 0-0 draws against an Eastern European side always seems to loom large.

Many expect England to roll over them in this one but they must stay organized and get the result – hopefully something they can wrap up in the first half.

England go into the match with a slim 1/4 listing with most major bookmakers. Moldova can be backed at around 10/1 while the draw sits at 18/5 – that would certainly be music to the ears of Moldovan fans as any points taken off England home or away will be viewed as a total bonus.

The bookmakers favour a higher-scoring affair in England's favour with a 3-0 result paying out at a mere 6/1. The preferred correct score margin is 2-0 to England at a 9/2 price tag.

Wagering on the goalscorer betting is always a bit tricky in fixtures like this and we recommend waiting until you've seen a team sheet before you actually lock in your selections – particularly ones for first goalscorer. With Wayne Rooney out injured at the moment, it's going to open things up a bit at he front and the current selections for first goalscorer look to be either Danny Welbeck or Jermain Defoe – both priced at 8/11 anytime and 3/1 to score first or last.

Daniel Sturridge is likely to get a run out this time and look for him at even money to grab an anytime goal. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could factor and he's a solid 10/3 for an anytime goal – if he starts the match he is certainly live at that price. The experience shout goes to Frank Lampard and his 5/4 anytime price could be a feather in your cap on the day. He'll be arriving late in danger areas and could prove the decisive factor in undoing Moldova.  

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