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Here are four football tips that Will Rook thinks you should consider for England v Poland on Wednesday.

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England to win

England’s 5-0 win over San Marino was their 20th straight home win in qualifiers – a run that stretches back to September 2012.

Their job has also been made significantly easier with the withdrawal of Poland’s Robert Lewandowski, who is injured.

England to keep a clean sheet

England are yet to face a shot on target during this international break, while they have kept 11 clean sheets in their last 13 matches – the only side to breach their defence in that sequence were Belgium.

Poland, meanwhile, have failed to score in their last three games against top-class opposition – Netherlands and Italy – and will be without the aforementioned Lewandowski.

Harry Kane to score

Kane scored the opening goal of England’s 2-0 win in Albania on Sunday to maintain a goals-per-game ratio of more than one in qualifying matches, which is more than any England player in history.

The Tottenham man top-scored in Euro 2020 qualifying with 12 in eight games and is also in decent form domestically, with six in his last seven club matches.

Mason Mount to score

Mount netted his second goal in his last three England appearances on Sunday and, after an impressive performance, should be in line to feature again.

This juicy price means that, while the Three Lions are stacked with attacking talent, he’s worth siding with for another international goal on Wednesday.

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