England Vs. Senegal Odds & Betting Lines For Round of 16 World Cup Match

England wins Group B and now will face Senegal in the Round of 16. Get the latest England vs. Senegal odds, as England sit as heavy favorites to make it to the next round.

England Vs. Senegal Odds

  • England Moneyline: -180
  • Draw: +270
  • Senegal Moneyline: +600
  • England To Advance: -380
  • Senegal To Advance: +265

Latest England Vs. Senegal odds via DraftKings Sportsbook 

While England won Group B, the team leaves a lot to be desired heading into the next round. They will take on the 2nd place team in Group A, which is Senegal. They finished behind Netherlands and bounced back with two wins over Qatar and Ecuador after losing their opening match 2-0.

After losing Sadio Mane, Senegal’s Starting 11 has responded in a big way. Sarr and Koulibaly both were on the scoresheet in their Round of 16 clinching match against Ecuador. The struggles for Senegal were on the defensive side, allowing four open play goals across the three matches. England’s attack hasn’t offered up much so far in this World Cup but could get their form going against Senegal.

England’s Starting 11 hardly changed over the last three games and that shouldn’t change much in this next game. The question has been, why isn’t Phil Foden getting time? He started against Wales but has been passed over by Southgate for the first two games. Foden could inject some offensive creativity that is missing from England at the moment.

The midfield looked sluggish against the United States and against an active central midfield of Senegal, a better performance is needed. England are heavy favorites to advance but will see a different attacking group that pushes more pace.

Kyle Walker and Luke Shaw started against Wales but expect Kieren Trippier back in the spot for Walker after starting the first two games. Harry Maguire and John Stones have locked down the backline, not allowing a goal in the group stage.

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