Gareth Southgate’s England are set to take on San Marino in Thursday night’s World Cup qualifiers.
Despite striker Mason Greenwood recently pulling out of England’s under-21s squad through injury, the Red Devils still have 13 first-team players away representing their countries.
Thursday will see 13 international fixtures take place, all from Europe’s World Cup qualifiers.
Germany vs Iceland
Liechtenstein vs Armenia
Romania vs North Macedonia
Spain (David De Gea) vs Greece
Sweden (Victor Lindelof) vs Georgia
Bulgaria vs Switzerland
Italy vs Northern Ireland
Israel vs Denmark
Moldova vs Faroe Islands
Scotland (Scott McTominay) vs Austria
Andorra vs Albania
England (Dean Henderson, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Marcus Rashford) vs San Marino
Hungary vs Poland
Ahead of the set of fixtures which are scheduled to kick-off at 5pm and 7.45pm (UK time), we have looked at some of the best bets available which could involve United players.
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Spain vs Greece
Spain are set to take-on Greece and will come into the game off the back of a stunning 6-0 demolishing over four-time World Cup winners, Germany.
United’s only representing Spanish player is goalkeeper David De Gea, who has been out of action himself recently, therefore, game time is not a given.
However, should United’s international shot-stopper start in between the sticks later on Thursday, De Gea will be looking to put in a commanding performance having recently lost his domestic spot to Dean Henderson.
Therefore, a good value bet would be for De Gea to keep a clean sheet.
Bet 1: Spain to keep a clean sheet? – Yes.
Scotland vs Austria
The only Scottish representation coming by way of United is midfielder Scott McTominay.
United’s talismanic midfielder plays more regularly as a centre-back for his country and that could see him be in for a busy night.
Austria are no pushovers and with the likes of David Alaba and Marcel Sabitzer among their ranks, McTominay and his Scottish team-mates are expected to spend much of the evening on the back foot.
Bet 2: Scott McTominay to be carded? Yes.
England vs San Marino
Although striker Marcus Rashford is expected to miss out through injury, the in-form defensive United trio of Dean Henderson, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw could all start.
Given England’s overwhelming expectations to win the game, it goes without saying, there is nex to no value in betting in favour of the Three Lions.
However, several popular bookmakers will offer you odds on scenarios that see players bag assists.
A great bet would be for left-back Shaw, who is finally back in the England picture, to bag his seventh assist of the season.
Bet 3: Luke Shaw to get 1 or more assist? Yes.