19:00 Sunday

England face Senegal in the knockout rounds, after topping their group with the USA and Wales. Senegal secured their place after finishing second to the Netherlands, and many are expecting Gareth Southgate’s men to get past Senegal and set up a quarter final with either France or Poland.

Kick off for England vs Senegal is at 19:00 GMT on Sunday and there are plenty of betting offers available in the build up to the game. So whether you are backing Marcus Rashford to boost his World Cup Golden Boot chances or fancy a goal for Bukayo Saka, we've rounded up the best of those free bets below for you to get the most value from your bets. 

When deciding what to use your free bets on for England vs Senegal, you can read all the analysis and a match prediction from our football expert, George Gamble. 

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We've also got a sneak peek into George Gamble's article here, which includes his thoughts for the England vs Senegal game.

Jude Bellingham Over 0.5 shots on target

I’ll dip into another prop market as I think the 13/10 available on Jude Bellingham to have a shot on target is a little bit overpriced. The Borussia Dortmund midfielder has already been a shining light at this tournament and he’s hit three shots on target already, two against Wales and one against Iran. The only time he failed was when Gareth Southgate brought him off against the USA in a match that lacked any kind of spark.

Senegal have conceded three times against central midfielders and four have hit a shot on target. Harry Kane, whether instructed to or not, has dropped deep to be involved in the creative aspect of proceedings and this has allowed midfielders to advance further forward to make an impact.