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England v Malta: Free Bets & Offers

England v Malta: Betting Offers

Manager-less England play the first of their 2018 World Cup qualifying home games on Saturday October 8th, when they play Malta at Wembley Stadium.

England v Malta is live on ITV at 17:00 on Saturday, and a great match to bet on, especially as bookies offer so many betting offers on the match.

England v Malta: Betting Offers

Before checking out our match preview, compare the latest betting offers/boosted odds deals below or find England's best odds or Malta's best odds.

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Treble Odds Offer

Join 888sport today and they'll pay out at TREBLE ODDS on your first bet. This makes England 3/41 and Malta 240/1 - extra winnings in free bets! 18+ T&C’s Apply.

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England to Beat Malta: 3/1

Join Betfair today and they'll give you boosted odds of 3/1 on England beating Malta instead of 1/100. Max bet £10, extra winnings in free bets. 18+ T&C’s Apply.

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England to Beat Malta: 33/1

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England v Malta: Preview

Bookies offer England as the favourites to win, and given they’ve beaten Malta in the last 3 games played, it’s not surprising that England are the firm favourites.

Odds are pretty short on an England win, so make sure you claim some of the free bet offers that bookies are offering all new account holders before kick off.

England and Malta have only played at Wembley once before.

This was way back in 1971 when England bagged a 5-0 win, and interim boss Gareth Southgate will be looking for a repeat result on Saturday.

They’ve only met 2 other times, and in both games England secured victories, a 1-0 victory in 1971 and a 2-1 win in a 2000 friendly.

Malta are seen as the underdogs in Group F and they’ll have a hard time beating England, especially after a shocking 5-1 loss to Scotland in their opening game.

In the lead up to the Saturday's match, we've taken a look at each teams form, the bookies offering best odds, and the free bets to claim for England v Malta.

England's Best Odds: 1/50

If you're backing England to beat Malta then unfortunately the odds are poor. Betfair offers the best at 1/50.

Gareth Southgate has taken over as interim England manager following Sam Allardyce’s sacking, and will be determined to make his mark in first game at the helm.

England may have beaten Slovakia 1-0 in their first qualifying game of the tournament, however it was a tough game and they were extremely lucky to have won.

When it comes to playing Malta, a victory shouldn’t be difficult to achieve, and bookies offer some of the shortest win odds we’ve ever seen on an England game.

Unfortunately there are a few injury worries, with Harry Kane missing out due to an ankle injury, while Nathaniel Clyne has also been ruled out.

Wayne Rooney could also lose his midfield spot to Dele Alli who played really well against Man City, and Joe Hart is also back from Europe for the game.

Malta's Best Odds: 100/1

If you really think Malta can beat England on Saturday, Bet365 offers punters the best odds on them doing just that at a massive 100/1.

It’s highly unlikely that Malta will beat England, but if they can pull it out of the bag, you could be quids in if you get odds of 100/1 and claim Bet365's free bet offer for new customers!

After their opening World Cup qualifying game, Malta are bottom of their group having suffered a heavy defeat to Scotland going down 1-5 at home.

Group F was always going to be a tough one for Malta to make it through, and beating England this Saturday may just be too big of an ask of the team.

Pietro Ghedin’s squad haven’t won a game since June 2015, and come into the England game on the back of an eleven games without a win.

On top of their losing run, Malta have to contend with a number of key players missing such as Caruana and Gambin who won't be making the line up.

Odds On A Draw: 28/1

A game between these two International football teams has never ended in a draw, but if you are betting on this result, Betfair offers the best odds at 28/1.

To claim the Betfair free bet for new customers, simply register a new betting account today.

NB: Betting odds correct at the time this match preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 11:06 21/07/2016.