6/16.80 England treble with Kane to strike
7/24.40 Bellingham to continue scoring form
L1 and L2 acca bets for Saturday's EFL
Euro 2024 qualifiers tips
Paul Higham: "Harry Kane scored in seven of eight qualifiers for the World Cup and after bagging in all three Euro qualifiers this year it's now 12 in a row in this particular competition.
"That's why he's 5/6 to score anytime in Poland but he's still worth backing, especially rolled up with a shot on target in each half.
"Jude Bellingham is England's other great export and he's been phenomenal for Real Madrid so far, scoring in every game - five goals in four in fact - and adding one assist.
"It's just an incredible return after such a big move, and although he may not play as advanced for England as he does at Real he'll still be good for a goal or assist at 6/4."
Stephen Tudor: "Bellingham's meteoric rise to superstardom was astonishing enough before he moved to Spain. Since scoring five in four for Real Madrid, creating nine chances into the bargain, as well as winning possession on 14 occasions, we may need to invent more superlatives.
"The most ball-recoveries of any England player in Qatar, along with a pass completion rate in the nineties was proof - if any proof were needed - of what a very special talent the Three Lions have been gifted with.
"Every player has a ceiling. For Bellingham it resembles that of the Sistine Chapel."
Dan Fitch: "Italy's trip to North Macedonia is their first game under new manager Luciano Spalletti. The European Championship holders have only played two qualifiers, due to their involvement in the Nations League finals, losing at home to England and beating Malta.
"The Macedonians also beat Malta, before losing 3-2 to Ukraine and being thrashed 7-0 by England. Spalletti's reign should start with a win and you can back their victory to be accompanied by over 2.5 goals at 1/1."
Alan Dudman: "League leaders Exeter have won their last three League One games. They last won four in a row in April 2022, while they last did so as a third tier side in April 2011 (a run of five).
"The home price 8/13 is fair, but I think they can cover the handicap here given the Os have been beaten 2-0, 3-0 and 4-0 so far, and the 2/1 price for the -1 makes a bit of sense.
"Exeter City have lost just one of their last 10 Football League meetings with Leyton Orient (W7 D2), a 0-3 away League Two defeat in August 2021."
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NTT20: "These two sides are ranked 6th and 3rd in Open Play xG For according to OPTA so this should be a pretty open game with both teams adopting an attacking mentality. We saw last week in Stockport's 3-3 draw with Crawley that they are finding their attacking rhythm, but are yet to find the defensive solidity so far in this campaign.
"AFC Wimbledon's reliance on James Tilley for goals, with six in six league games so far, is likely unsustainable but it's only a matter of time until Ali Al-Hamadi gets his name on the scoresheet.
"The Dons knocked back bids close to £1m for him over the summer, and it would be no shock to see him notch here as Johnnie Jackson's side look to send a message to the rest of the league that their good start is no flash in the pan."
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