10. England boast a 31-1 aggregate score against San Marino from their five previous head to heads. England are 1.01 to win a sixth straight encounter.
9. England have not scored fewer than five goals in a game versus San Marino. They are 9.00 to win 7-0.
8. San Marino’s sole goal against England was the opener in their 1994 World Cup qualifier. Davide Gualteri scored but the Three Lions won 7-1. San Marino are 10.00 to score first again.
7. England won this reverse tie 5-0 at Wembley — Roy Hodgson’s men recording 23 shots to San Marino’s two. They are 6.75 to repeat that scoreline.
6. England will be guaranteed a place at France 2016 if they win on Saturday. Only them and Slovakia boast a 100% record in qualifying so far. England are 1.13 to win both halves.
5. Only once before have England started a qualifying campaign (World Cup or European Championships) with a longer winning streak than their current six matches. They won their opening eight fixtures in qualifying for the 2010 World Cup under Fabio Capello. They are 1.15 to win without conceding.
4. Wayne Rooney is one goal short of equalling Sir Bobby Charlton (49) as England’s all-time leading scorer. He is currently joint-second with Gary Lineker (48) and is 1.70 to net twice.
3. Swansea midfielder Jonjo Shelvey has been called back into the England squad — his only cap for the Three Lions was against San Marino in October 2012. Shelvey is 2.48 to score.
2. Theo Walcott was the last player to score an away hat-trick for England, in their 4-1 World Cup qualifying win in Croatia back in September 2008. He is 6.00 to score three again.
1. Andy Selva (8) is San Marino’s record international goalscorer. The nation is 2.18 to win win a 5-0 handicap.