Rooney to celebrate record with Beckham-esque stunner
WAYNE ROONEY is 14/1 to commemorate his record-breaking appearance for England this weekend with a David Beckham-esque goal, according to Ladbrokes.
Ladbrokes Latest Betting:
Slovakia v England
REFUND AS A FREE BET IF THE MATCH ENDS IN A DRAW.
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Slovakia v England Specials:
Vardy & Kane to score – 8/1
Rooney & Kane to rating – 8/1
Rooney & Vardy to score – 10/1
Any England player to score a hat-trick – 16/1
Two or more Tottenham players to score – 8/1
2 or more Liverpool players to score – 8/1
Wayne Rooney to score a direct free-kick – 14/1
Michail Antonio to be ITV MOTM – 20/1
England to win all 10 WC 2018 Qualifying matches – 14/1
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The Three Lions skipper is set to end up being England's most-capped outfield player against Slovakia on Sunday, breaking Beckham's record of 115 caps.
As Sam Allardyce takes charge of the national team for the very first time, the bookmakers make it 21/10 for the previous Bolton employer starts his reign victoriously.
The match is also the first for Ladbrokes as official England bookie, and to celebrate we're offering cash back as a free bet need to Rooney and co be held to a draw in Trnava.
It's 8/1 that Rooney and Tottenham's Harry Kane both find the web, and it's likewise 8s that two or more Tottenham players get a goal on Sunday.
Meanwhile 20/1 states ITV hand the Man Of The Match award to prospective debutant Michail Antonio.
Ladbrokes News' Richard Marsh said: “‘ To celebrate the match being our very first as main England bookie we've rolled out a huge offer. We'll be cheering England on however if the game does end in a draw fans will get refunds on plenty of popular markets.”
” It's a huge night for Rooney too and it would be poetry if the current captain marks the event with a set-piece befitting of England's former skipper.”