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It is hardly been a good couple of months to be an England fan. First, the Three Lions were sent crashing out of Euro 2016 by Iceland and then their new manager lasted just 67 days in the job before having to stand down due to a newspaper sting. Thankfully, no damage has been done to England’s World Cup qualification campaign and that will remain the case after Saturday’s game against Malta.

Gareth Southgate has helped the FA out massively by taking the England manager’s job on a temporary basis following Sam Allardyce’s ignoble departure. Southgate is well respected inside the FA and looks sure to be full time England manager at some stage. There is a feeling though that this current opening has come a bit too soon for the former Middlesbrough manager.

Southgate requires more experience before taking on the job on a permanent basis. What better experience could there be than actually being England manager for a short period? The 46-year-old has already been given a taste of how tough the press can be with many people questioning some of the players he called up to his first England squad. He’s also had to deal with numerous questions about the role of Wayne Rooney. At least he’s being eased into the role from a footballing perspective.

England are as short as 1/200 with some bookies to beat Malta at Wembley. Clearly, there is no point in backing them to pick up three points at that sort of price. However, with the sheer volume of markets being offered by the bookies there is always a route to decent profit. The first place to turn in the search for a decent winning bet is the handicap markets.

There were wild celebrations at the Ta’ Qali National Stadium when Malta scored against Scotland in their first game of qualifying. However, they went on to lose the game 5-1 which shows just how lacking in quality the Maltese part timers are. The England players will be keen to send out a message that they are committed to the cause and should at least match Scotland’s tally of goals. At the other end of the pitch, Joe Hart is sure to have a quiet 90 minutes so bet on England winning with a four goal handicap applied at 11/8 with Ladbrokes.

The England players once again have to prove themselves to a new manager. In fact, they’ll feel they have to show their quality to any potential candidates watching on from afar. That could manifest itself in a frantic performance in the early stages as everyone looks to get on the scoresheet. So, have a bet on over 2.5 first half goals at 6/4 with Betfair.

Of all the England players, it is the captain who will be most desperate to prove his continuing worth to the team. Wayne Rooney has been written off by many journalist, pundits and fans but he feels he’s got plenty of miles left on the clock. Rooney’s been benched at Manchester United but this is a great chance for him to play his way back to form. England’s record goalscorer will be grabbing the ball for any penalties and free kicks on the edge of the area so back him to score two or more goals at odds of 2/1 with bet365.

Our England v Malta Betting Preview and Bet Tips To Back –

England -4 goals at 11/8 with Ladbrokes
Over 2.5 first half goals at 6/4 with Betfair
Wayne Rooney to score two or more goals at 2/1 with bet365

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