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Bukayo Saka 1 or more shots on target each half 13/2 on Paddy Power


England and the United States face off in the Group B second round of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar on Friday night.

talkSPORT and Paddy Power have teamed up to offer a big Power Price on the game, boosted from 11/2 to 13/2!

Can Saka get another World Cup double? He’s 13/2 just to get two shots on target!

TalkSPORTENGLAND POWER PRICE: Bukayo Saka for having 1 or more shots on target in each half was 11/2 now 13/2!

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Saka started against Iran on Monday and helped extend the Three Lions’ lead twice by scoring an impressive brace alongside four other goals in that game.

He also found the target several times in each half, including scoring either side of the half and should be able to repeat that in this game.

England are the heavy favorites and are also expected to top the group with the United States and Wales still to play, who have just one point each.

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