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England to win to nil –

Costa Rica’s recent record looks decent on paper, but they’ve actually only beaten one team heading to Russia since November 2016.

Eleven of their 14 defeats since the previous World Cup have been to nil, including against two of England’s Group G rivals in Panama and Tunisia.

The Three Lions ought to achieve something similar.

Jamie Vardy to score –

Vardy has four goals in his last nine England starts, despite those opportunities including games against Italy, Brazil, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands and Germany (twice).

Against a weaker defence, and coming off the back of a run of 16 goals in his last 23 games for Leicester, England’s second striker will surely remind Gareth Southgate what he’s capable of.

Over 11.5 match corners –

Five of England’s last six home matches have hit double figures for corners, with the one exception being against Brazil.

Costa Rica racked up eight of their own against Northern Ireland last weekend, so a dozen or more looks easily achievable.

Over 2.5 cards –

Even with a lenient referee, England and Nigeria received a card each last weekend.

One more shouldn’t be too much to ask for on Thursday, given Costa Rica picked up four yellows all on their own in their most recent friendly defeat.