If England are to justify their favouritism against Sweden in the World Cup quarter finals, then they’ll likely need Harry Kane to lead from the front once more.
At just 24 years old, Kane has not just shouldered the responsibility of becoming England captain but the striker seems to be thriving under the pressure of leading his country at a major tournament.
Kane will be a popular anytime goal scorer selection for punters and Coral are offering him to score anytime against Sweden at 40/1 (41.0) to any new customers. £1 bet. Winnings paid as free bets. T&Cs apply. It’s also worth noting that this bet applies to the 90 minute market only, so goals in extra time wouldn’t count.
Usually the odds for this bet are around 11/10 (2.10) so the opportunity to take such a price boost is expected to prove extremely popular for such an in-form striker to continue his hot streak.
Kane’s penalty against Colombia in the last 16 means he has now scored in six consecutive appearances for the Three Lions. Should he extend that run in Samara on Saturday, he’d be only the third player to score in seven straight matches for England.
A 30-goal haul for Tottenham in the last Premier League season was his best to date and although he missed out on the Golden Boot prize domestically, the Three Lions striker is now well odds-on to be crowned the World Cup’s leading marksman thanks to his exploits so far.
Sweden have kept three clean sheets in their four matches in Russia to date but Kane is sure to be England’s main threat with a place in the semi-finals on the line.
What’s more, Kane has scored with all six of his shots on target at the World Cup and while three of those have been penalties, his clinical edge makes this an appealing wager.