England take on second-placed Poland in their World Cup qualifying group, knowing that a win against the Poles would give them an excellent chance of qualifying in first place.
Two of England’s last three matches have had over 2.5 goals in them, in 4-0 and 5-0 home wins against San Marino, prior to Sunday’s 2-0 win against Albania thanks to goals by Harry Kane and Mason Mount.
Meanwhile, all of Poland’s last three matches have yielded over 2.5 goals against the likes of the Netherlands, Hungary and most recently against Andorra.
At present, no player has scored more goals than Bayern Munich striker, Robert Lewandowski in the qualifying rounds, as the 32-year-old has three goals in two games. The former Dortmund man has scored 42 goals in 36 games for Bayern this season.
When taking into account the statistics of both teams, as well as the likes of Kane and Lewandowski facing off against each other, 8/11 for over 2.5 goals in this game seems fair.