Analyzing England’s qualifying matches

The England National Football team is on the verge of qualifying for the 2022 Qatar World Cup. Their tenth and final match is against San Marino, and they just have to avoid a defeat against them to book a ticket to Qatar. If any big surprises do not happen, England will surely qualify. English football betting was also impressive just like the national team.

In the ninth match, which was against Albania, they crashed them with five goals, including a hattrick from Harry Kane. A remarkable comeback for the national team captain. He has a challenging situation with Tottenham Hotspurs this season. Hopefully, these three goals will help him get more confidence and regain his form very quickly for the club. Antonio Conte, the new manager of Spurs, will be delighted to see Kane scoring a hattrick. He will hope to see the same with the club, as they find it difficult to attack. The lack of goals is affecting the team overall, especially in the Premier League.

After nine matches are completed in Group I of the UEFA’s World Cup qualifying, England is currently leading the group with 23 points. They have scored 29 goals and has conceded just three goals. A very impressive stats for the EURO Cup finalists. They have a lead of three points over second-placed Poland. By just getting one point against San Marino in the next match, they will qualify for the World Cup. It will surely be an easy match for England as their opponents, San Marino, have not yet got a single point in the qualifiers after nine games are completed. San Marino has lost all nine games, and England has not lost a single game.

England started the world cup qualifying matches with an emphatic win over San Marino with five goals. As they go to the last and final game, both the teams will have this result in their mind. They have only two draws in total. They were against Poland and Hungary. It was on the 6th and 8th matchdays of the qualifying rounds.

They won all the other games with scoring an average of 2.5 goals per match. There are three matches where they have scored five goals. The three games were against Andorra, Albania and San Marino. The match they won with the least scored goals was against Poland. They won that match 2-1.

England’s top scorer in the qualifiers is Harry Kane, with eight goals in seven matches, and he has also provided two assists. Only Memphis Depay and Robert Lewandowski are in front of him in the list.