The Tottenham forward has scored in each of his last two international games and is sure to be the Three Lions’ main threat in Podgorica on Monday
All eyes will surely be on the Manchester City man again in Podgorica but Harry Kane will be looking to add to his already impressive international tally of 21 goals in 36 England games.
Kane was responsible for one of England’s five goals at against the Czech Republic – a penalty in the first half to take the score to 2-0 – finding the net for the second international game in a row.
He has scored two or more goals on four separate occasions for the Three Lions, with his most recent coming in the 2018 World Cup when he netted a famous hat-trick against Panama.
Currently tied for 18th on the England all-time top scorers list, the Spurs man would join Stan Mortensen on 23 goals with a brace whilst a treble would see him move level with 1966 World Cup hero Sir Geoff Hurst.
The fact that Kane is on penalty duty is also worth taking into account. He has scored six of the seven spot-kicks he has taken for England, and Montenegro conceded a late goal from the spot against Bulgaria just three days ago.
The bet paid out on Friday night against the Czech Republic and would have also landed in the Three Lions’ last away game – a stunning 3-2 win in Spain.