The joint-favourite to provide goals at the tournament in the group stages is England’s Group D at 7/2. Along with England, Croatia, the Czech Republic and Scotland make up the rest of the group and it could see the Three Lions ship plenty of goals.
The attackers England are taking into the tournament include Harry Kane, the Premier League top goalscorer, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Jadon Sancho, Marcus Rashford and Raheem Sterling who have all had a season racking up decent numbers.
England’s record against the Czech Republic has seen goals with eight scored in their two qualifying matches and with this being the last game of the group, England might have already bagged more than four goals by this point.
Scotland’s attacking assets are not as talented as England's, and they must rely on Che Adams, Lyndon Dykes, James Forrest, Ryan Fraser and Kevin Nisbet for their goals. The Czech Republic are in a similar situation to Scotland and must rely on Michal Krmenick, Matej Vydra, Patrik Schick and Tomas Pekhart for their goals, but will be hoping that Tomas Soucek will be able to replicate his West Ham United form for the national team.
Croatia, on the other hand, are the only team who possess any sort of attacking quality close to that of England. The Croatians must rely on Andrej Kramaric formally of Leicester City, Josip Brekalo, Mislav Orsic who was key in knocking Tottenham out of the Europa League, Ante Budimir, Kristijan Lovric, Ante Rebic and Bruno Petkovic. Ante Rebic will a threat to look out for due to his previous exploits at the World Cup.
When all is considered, the English could very easily net around six goals as a bare minimum across the three games, given what they offer, whilst, they could aim to ship closer to 10 themselves. Croatia, Scotland and the Czech Republic will have a tough fight in getting out the group which in itself could see plenty of goals.