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England will be traveling to Andorra to try and further solidify its position at the top of its group I and basically ensure it does not have anything to worry about when it comes to qualifying. England as 16 points from its six matches in Group I and as basically dominated this stage of the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. Andorra has shown itself to be a developing football nation and is just not able to provide much competition to even average football nations right now. To be able to come away with anything to show for in this match is going to be one of the biggest upsets in the qualifying stages so far.
Match prediction and football betting tips for Andorra vs England World Cup 2022 Qualifier. The match is going to be played at Estadi Nacional d'Andorra, Andorra la Vieja, Andorra on the 9th of October 2021.
Finding value in the betting markets is going to be difficult in this match. We don't think the result of this match is any doubt and while you can never say never, betting on an upset just does not make any sense whatsoever. With players that are light years ahead of the standard that Andorra is at, England will aim for nothing less than a convincing three points in this match.
Bet on England to win.
We have always seen a number of goals scored when England plays Andorra. All of those goals come from England but that does not make any difference to the outcome of this bet. England has scored over 3.5 goals in three out of the previous five matches it as played against Andorra. The likes of Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount, and players that are much more effective in the air competing for crosses, make another goal-fest very likely.