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Surprise striker is the biggest market mover for an England Euro 2020 call up

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin is the biggest market mover in the race for a Euros call up, with the Everton striker’s odds being cut dramatically.

Just last month, punters could back the Toffees hitman to make the plane at 40/1, but that price has now been cut into as short as 3/1.

The best price of 7/1 is still available with one firm, but every bookmaker offering odds on the market have slashed his odds.

Over the last seven days, 7% of all bets in the heavily congested market have backed Calvert-Lewin, meaning the only other striker more popular with punters is Danny Ings (13/5).

The Toffees target man is now ahead of some other top English strikers in the race, such as Callum Wilson (12/1).

Elsewhere in the attacking arsenal of the Three Lions, recently-crocked Harry Kane is now just 1/5 best price to go to the Euros, having been as short as 1/50.

Marcus Rashford has also drifted out to 1/8, with a number of England’s attacking force succumbing to injuries.

Tammy Abraham is likely to go at 1/3, and Mason Greenwood (13/2) is also in contention, according to bookies.

WhoScored.com revealed that only Chris Wood (5) has scored more headed goals than Calvert-Lewin (4) in the Premier League this season.

Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson: “With Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford suddenly finding themselves injured, Gareth Southgate is going to have to look further afield for strikers, in case his main hitmen don’t make the plane.

“The Premier League has been rife with English goalscorers this season, and 22-year-old Dominic Calvert-Lewin – who has a good goalscoring record for the U21s – will doubtless be on Southgate’s radar after his impressive exploits this campaign.”

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