Tuesday, 4 March 2014

England in need of World Cup tonic

England boss Roy Hodgson will look to build some confidence ahead of the World Cup with a convincing win over Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday.

The Three Lions suffered back-to-back defeats to Chile and Germany in their own ground in November, but they’re odds-on to make light work of the Danes.  

The hosts look good value in the handicap market, while there’s reason to back ‘No’ on both teams to score, as has been the case in five of England’s last six matches.

It’s the first time the two nations have met since a friendly in Denmark in 2011, when Liverpool defender Daniel Agger opened the scoring in a 2-1 win for England.

An exact repeat of that outcome is around 270/1 as a scorecast, with Agger rated 25/1 to score first and England available at around 15/2 to win 2-1 in the singles market.

Wayne Rooney is the favourite to open the scoring but Daniel Sturridge is the most in-form Englishman in the Premier League and looks the better value at 9/2 to score first.

On the result itself, skybet have England at 4/7, Denmark 5/1 and 14/5 the draw.

(Odds are supplied by skybet and are subject to change) 
As usual, you will be able to bet live in play on all the major Internationals by clicking the link.

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