10. England and Montenegro have met three times before – all three meetings ended in draws. A share of the points is priced at 5.00.
9. The Three Lions are unbeaten in their last 20 competitive games, last losing against Germany in the 2010 World Cup. The home side are favourites to win at 1.30.
8. Montenegro haven’t won any of their last three qualifying games, losing once and drawing twice. An away win can be backed at 9.75.
7. Before that run of three winless games, Montenegro had won four qualifiers in a row without conceding a single goal. They are 14.00 to win with a clean sheet.
6. Roy Hodgson’s side have only conceded three goals in the qualifying campaign so far – only Spain and Belgium have let in fewer (2). An England win without conceding a goal is available at 1.87.
5. England have only suffered one defeat at Wembley in their last 13 appearances there – a 3-2 loss to the Netherlands. A repeat of that losing scoreline is priced at 80.00.
4. Only once have England failed to score in a qualifying game in the current campaign – against Ukraine in their most recent fixture. A Montenegro clean sheet can be backed at 7.50.
3. Danny Welbeck has struck three times in his last two international appearances. The Manchester United striker is 2.35 to net at any time.
Here’s Welbeck scoring England’s fourth goal against Moldova last month:
2. His teammate for club and country, Wayne Rooney, has scored five goals in his last four World Cup qualifiers. Rooney can be backed at 4.40 to open the scoring at Wembley.
1. Andros Townsend could make his England debut against Montenegro. The Tottenham Hotspur winger is priced at 4.80 to mark the occasion with a goal at any time.