With the Republic of Ireland qualifying for Euro 2012 on Tuesday night, William Hill make them 11/4 to progress further than England in the tournament. Capellos men are odds on, however, to go further that the Irish at 5/6. By defeating Sweden, England managed to go through the entirety of 2012 without losing once and Hills offer 12/1 that they do so next year (in 90 minutes only).
Reaching the semi finals in the tournament in Poland and the Ukraine would be considered an unbridled success and Hills are offering 6/4 that England reach the last four in 2012 and are also offering 9/2 that they do so in the 2014 World Cup. England are 100/1 to win both the 2012 Euros and 2014 World Cup.
England scored their 2,000th goal against Sweden but unfortunately, it will go down in the record books as an own goal. Hills have decided to pay out on Gareth Barry being first scorer, last scorer, anytime scorer and the 1-0 Gareth Barry scorecast.
The scoreboard at Wembley displayed throughout the game that Gareth Barry was the goalscorer but despite Daniel Majstorovic being credited as having got the final touch we are celebrating a landmark 2,000 England goals by paying out to any punter who backed the City midfielder to score, said Hills spokesman Joe Crilly.
Wayne Rooney will face his disciplinary hearing on the 9th of December and will learn his Euro 2012 fate. He is 11/10 to have his three game reduced and 4/6 that it stays the same or is extended.
England Double (2012 Euros & 2014 WC): 100/1
England to reach Euro 2012 semi finals: 6/4 yes; 1/2 no
England to reach WC 2014 semi finals: 9/2 yes; 1/8
Euro 2012 England/Rep Ireland Match Bet: 5/6 England; 11/4 Ireland; 2/1 Draw
Wayne Rooney Ban after the hearing on the 9th December: 11/10 Ban is reduced; 4/6 Ban stays the same or is extended
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