England Cut For Euros After Berlin Comeback
Following their 3-2 victory over Germany on Saturday night in the international friendly, England are now 9/1 from 10/1 to win Euro 2016.
Host nations France currently head the outright betting at 3/1 with Germany unchanged at 10/3 despite losing to an Eric Dier winner in injury time.
We have priced up a market on who will be England’s Top Goalscorer at the Euros and it’s Tottenham’s Harry Kane that heads the betting at 9/4.
Leicester’s Jamie Vardy can be backed at 9/2 alongside Wayne Rooney whilst Daniel Sturridge is priced at 9/1.
England are 6/1 to fail to progress past the group stages whilst the Three Lions can be backed at 7/4 to exit at the Last 16 stage with 3/1 the price on offer that they will exit at the quarter finals. It’s 11/2 that they will bow out at the semi-finals whilst 8/1 is the price that they will reach the final but fail to lift the trophy.
Wayne Rooney didn’t feature in the line-up on Saturday night and rumours have been circulating about his Euro 2016 participation, but the odds of 1/3 that the Manchester United striker will start against Russia for England’s opening game suggest that he will be travelling to France.
*Prices correct at time of publication.