England vs Slovenia: Money back if more than 4 goals scored
England is back in action this Saturday, November 15 when they host Slovenia at Wembley in a highly-anticipated Group E clash in the Euro 2016 qualifying stage. England has won all three qualifying games so far for nine points while Slovenia has six points on a pair of wins and a loss. A win for Slovenia in London will see them join England at the top of the group.
This is a huge game for both sides since Lithuania is also level with Slovenia and just three points behind England while Switzerland and Estonia have three points each and San Marino has none. To make the match even more interesting BetVictor is offering money back on wagers if four or more goals are scored in the contest. The bookmaker’s will refund losing Correct Score, First/Last/Anytime Goalscorer, Half-Time/Full-Time, Scorecast and Spincast wagers up to 10 pounds or euros in the way of a free bet.
To qualify for the BetVictor offer you just need to place your wager before the match kicks off and has to be a single real-money bet. The bet also needs to be made via the mobile, internet or telephone platform and the promotion is available to new and existing clients in Great Britain, Gibraltar and Ireland.
England has played Slovenia just twice in the past and have won both meetings. Their first encounter took place at Wembley in September of 2009 when they met in a friendly. Fabio Capello was managing the squad back then and England managed to edge the visitors 2-1 on goals by Frank Lampard and Jermain Defoe. Zlatan Ljubijankič scored with five minutes to go to cut England’s lead in half. Defoe scored the game-winner when the two nations met again at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
England has met Slovenia just nine times in all age groups with England winning seven matches, drawing one and losing one. The latest contest ended in a 1-1 draw when the Under-19 teams got together. The Slovenians are no slouches and England needs to be in top form to beat them this Saturday. Fans should expect to see number one keeper Joe Hart in goal with striker Wayne Rooney wearing the captain’s armband. Arsenal’s Theo Walcott is finally back in the squad after missing almost a year with a knee injury, but striker Daniel Sturridge is still sidelined.