England have an easy group and there shouldn't be a single excuse lurking around the corner for Gareth Southgate's men to not pick up all three points and head into the knockout rounds with a handful of goals. Within England's Group D lies Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland, all of which England will be the clear favourites against and they start their campaign off with the toughest test of the three against Croatia - England are 4/5 to win.
In terms of the number of goals scored for the Three Lions across the tournament, it wouldn't be too drastic to state they could get around eight or nine goals in the group stages. England did manage to beat Czech Republic 5-0 in March 2019 in the qualification round for this tournament, whilst the one-time world champions will also be the favourite to dish a few goals Scotland's way each time the two rivals meet.
As for Croatia, this will be Southgate's toughest test considering they are the ones who delivered England's most damning defeat in recent history at the 2018 World Cup. England did lead 1-0 in that game, but eventually lost 2-1 in extra time, with the Three Lions being outclassed in the end. Times have changed a lot since then, and England even beat Croatia 2-1 a few months later in a vital Nations League showdown at Wembley - the venue of this clash.
In reality, England should get around six goal in there group games, because they could easily beat Czech Republic and Scotland by three or four, whilst the ageing Croatia team shouldn't be anywhere near as good as three years ago. What is worrying for the Three Lions, however, is how they could meet either Portugal, Germany or France in the round of 16, and either of these nations have a good argument for winning the whole thing, just like England do.
Another goal or two may come here, and with Spain, Belgium and the Netherlands and Italy all waiting as possible outcomes for England, this again, could only bring in a handful of goals, whilst you're also betting on them making it to the semi-finals or the final at this stage.
With Harry Kane, Phil Foden and Marcus Rashford all scoring regularly this season, England should get at least eight goals, which is priced at 2/5. 9+, however, is 8/13, whilst we think there could be value in the 10/11 offered for 10+ goals, given how England should ship a decent amount in the group stages.