Friday was just what England wanted. I was as guilty as anyone assuming they were a bunch of world-beaters because of some strong qualification campaign.
Naturally, defeats happen in soccer. Its part of this sport. After losing to the Czech Republic, the shockwaves that were felt is testament to the level of expectation Gareth Southgate has obtained round the place.
Therefore no, England are not 1970s Brazil, many have proclaimed on social networking but they also arent a bunch of Overrated Frauds. They are.
The defeat in Prague has been the best thing which could happen to this England side, since theyre going to remain ultra-focused to find the business done in Sofia and push towards eligibility.
Group A side, bulgaria, are Im afraid. Just 1 point with a 4-0 hammering against England thrown there, simply isnt very good, and therell be no upset this time round.
Southgate will want to find a reaction after Friday, also unfortunately Bulgaria will bear the brunt of the, which explains why Im backing an England win.
England have scored three or more goals and a similar result will probably be on Monday.
Price-boosted into 5/2, Im backing a penalty.
Throughout Englands five qualifiers, six penalties have been given in total (four to five England), with two coming in the clash involving in this fixture in Wembley.
Nous and englands speed up front yielded plenty of spot-kicks since Southgates arrival, and that I would not be surprised to find another on Monday.
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