Even money on Harry Kane finally hitting the target or do you fancy something different - we’re leaving the fate of the England v Senegal Super Boost firmly in your hands…
Few will have predicted that Harry Kane would still be awaiting his first goal of the 2022 World Cup, let alone his first shot on target, but astoundingly that’s exactly the case as attention turns towards England’s round of 16 encounter with Senegal.
The 2018 Golden Boot winner has endured a rough ride on the scoring front in the Middle East, failing to add to his impressive tally of 51 international goals.
The Tottenham Hotspur man is just two shy of equalling Wayne Rooney’s all-time England record of 53, and many expected him to equal or even surpass that number before the end of the group stage.
We have offered a Super Boost on the talisman delivering just a solitary shot on target in England’s Group F showdowns with Iran and Wales, but on both occasions he surprisingly fired blanks.
Lightning has struck twice already, so if we were to offer that same Super Boost for the forthcoming showdown with the African qualifiers, will it be a case of third time lucky?
We will be running a Super Boost for England v Senegal.— bet365 (@bet365) December 2, 2022
Have your say below.
The jury is out amongst Three Lions fans as to whether they feel the 29-year-old should retain his spot in the side, especially given the plethora of in-form attacking talent available to Gareth Southgate.
However, it is expected that Kane, who is amongst the favourites in the Most Assists market, will retain his spot on Sunday evening as England look to set up a potentially mouth-watering quarter final encounter with France.
So the big question to customers is, ‘Do you want to see us reinstate that same Super Boost for a third time?’
We’re leaving the fate of the England v Senegal Super Boost firmly in your hands…
If you want us to offer ‘Harry Kane to have over 0.5 shots on target’ for a third time, then we will happily oblige.
bet365’s Steve Freeth said: “It’s hard to believe we’re asking the question whether Harry Kane, England’s talisman with 51 international goals from 78 matches, is going to have a 'Shot on Target' in a game where the Three Lions are odds on to qualify.
“But after failing to hit the target after 227 minutes of World Cup action, and failing with two previous Super Boosts, this is where we’re at. We’re asking customers whether they want the chance for third time lucky."
Surely this alarming record won’t continue, will it?
Let us know by clicking on the embedded social media post above, and casting your vote now.