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Odds on England v Wales – Betting Preview, Euro 2016

England v Wales Euro 2016

Here it comes then, the big home nation clash that fans have been waiting for ever since the draw for Euro 2016 was made. It is England v Wales and for the English, they have heaped a load more pressure on themselves for this game after failing to have won their opening fixture of Group B. Wales meanwhile were celebrating a huge three points that they earned after downing Slovakia and that could make this a much tougher game for England.

Wales would probably be happy enough with a point out of this then, having three in the bag. It is a whole different scenario than if England had taken maximum points against Russia and Wales had failed to do so against Slovakia. So England have to come out and push hard for the win after being denied at the death in their opener against Russia. England were in control for most of the game against the Russians, but didn’t take enough of their chances and paid the price.

The biggest concern over England going into the tournament was their defence and that failed them right at the death in a 1-1 draw. So a hammer blow, not only in terms of points but in confidence as well. Will that have damaged their confidence or will it have spurred them on and shaken out any complacency that they may have had after having gone to France 2016 so heavily hyped and heavily backed in the outright winner market?

England v Wales Euro 2016 Infographic

England are strong 4/7 favourites to win the game against Wales still and if you look back at history, that suggests the Three Lions will edge the victory. England are on a seven match winning streak against Wales and have conceded just the one goal in that sequence of games. So an England to win to nil wager will return you a price of 5/4 on the match betting. It will be tempting to some punters with the odds-on price on England, while the Welsh are a big 6/1 price to take the win.

Wales may set their stall out to defy the English and settle for the point and that will make them dangerous. As they showed in their opener, they can work hard and dig in there and they can play with endeavour. The hard work and spirit that they put may even outshine that work ethic of England when it boils down to it, but would it be enough for Wales to stretch out and win the game? That’s a whole different ballpark as naturally they are big underdogs in this one.

England’s forwards didn’t quite click against Russia, with Harry Kane disappointing, but he is even money in the anytime goalscorer market, with Daniel Sturridge, Jamie Vardy, Wayne Rooney, Dele Alli and Marcus Rashford around the 2/1 mark to net. That’s where Gareth Bale is at in the market to score for Wales and he is already off the mark with his free kick against Slovakia to open the scoring in that game.

Wales had patches where they were on the back foot against Slovakia, who had pace in them. That may be a snapshot of what they can face when they take on England, who played a positive game but the quality and ruthlessness at the end of the day was lacking for the Three Lions. Roy Hodgson’s men need to prove themselves in this big home nations derby now. Under 2.5 goals at a quote of 3/4 suggests that this is going to be tight and with six of the last seven meetings having produced two goals or less, this is likely going to be another tight duel between these two.

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England v Russia Predictions & Betting Odds – Euro 2016

England v Russia Euro 2016

England v Russia Betting Preview – Euro 2016, 11th June

Will England put the win on the board against the Russians that would pretty much put them in control of Group A? After all the hype about England’s talented young squad, this is where they now have to turn up and actually deliver a result. Fortunately for them, they will have seen Russia struggle to just one win in their last five matches ahead of Euro 2016 and without their star man Alan Dzagoev, the stars could be aligning for the Three Lions to make an explosive start to the tournament.

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England v Russia Euro 2016 Infographic

England v Russia Betting Tips

Time for the Three Lions to roar and roar loudly at France 2016. Roy Hodgson’s men couldn’t have done more in qualifying for the finals in winning all ten of their matches, but that will mean nothing if they fail to deliver on another major international stage. England have never won the European Championship and in act, have never won a knockout stage match (90 mins) on foreign soil in the European Championships. Before worrying about that, they need to get through the group stage. This is a big opener between the two strongest sides in Group B and it could be a group decider. England have won five of their last six games now (L1) and have posted win in eight of their last ten (L2). The defeats in this sequence of form came in them being outclassed by Spain and then looking defensively hopeless against the Netherlands in friendly matches.

England don’t have any issues with putting the ball in the back of the net, because in eight of their last nine victories they have scored at least two goals in each. Harry Kane is the big goalscoring hope for the Three Lions and he is 11/8 to net in this one, with Wayne Rooney and Daniel Sturridge at 7/4. Marcus Rashford and Jamie Vardy are 2/1 options to net. So there’s no questions about the attacking threat that they carry, but there are big questions over their defence which has kept one clean sheet in their last five. You can take a price of 11/10 on both teams to score in this fixtures. These two have only met twice before (following the collapse of the Soviet Union) and the head to head is level at one win each. Can England hit the ground running? Will they stick to their attacking ethos?

You can back the game to go under 2.5 goals for a price of 4/7 which has to have some appeal. This is a game which neither is going to want to lose at the end of the day and because Russia have an aging back line, they aren’t likely to get too far out of their shell. The big loss that Russia have suffered is that they go without Alan Dzagoev because of a broken toe. Their only win in their last five games played was a triumph over Lithuania and that was the only game in their last five that they earned a clean sheet in as well. Croatia and France have beaten Russia recently and they only managed a 1-1 draw with Serbia in their final warm up match. Artyom Dzyuba was their top scorer in qualifying and he is a 5/2 shot to net in the game. They could be playing this in high temperatures in Marseille which won’t suit Russia, who aren’t the quickest or youngest side in the world.

England v Russia Betting Odds

England 10/11, Draw 12/5, Russia 15/4

England v Russia Predictions

This could be a little bit of a frustrating game for England early on. Russia have experienced at the back, but there’s some aging legs there. England have the youngest squad at the tournament and that pace and energy could be the difference in the end in a low scoring game. Look for England to edge the win and you could swing a brave wager on them to take the win to nil. A draw/England half time/full time bet should have appeal too.


Australia v England Rugby Betting Odds and Preview – 11th June 2016

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Saturday June 11th sees the Australia v England Rugby Union clash from Down Under. After successfully winning the RBS Six Nations at the first attempt, new England head coach Eddie Jones leads the men in white to his home nation. England won the 2003 Rugby World Cup final against Australia, who was then coached by Jones so this will be a pretty interesting visit for the Australian back on home soil as head of one of their biggest rivals.

He has already said that England are probably going to have a difficult time on and off the pitch in Australia, spouting a bit of a conspiracy theory after he was “shunted” into the baggage check area in Brisbane customs. Jones really didn’t have a lot of time to really stamp his authority over the England set up ahead of the Six Nations, but you could see the difference that he made with the changes he brought in.

He trusted the old guard when he had to, but wasn’t afraid to throw the younger players in when he could and overall, England carried much more of a forward momentum about their game. England have history done pretty terribly in Test Series in Australia, having won just three of them before. So yes, England are 13/8 underdogs to win the Series with online betting site Betfair. Australia are 8/13 to win Saturday’s First Test, with England at 11/8.

As part of their preparations for the Tour, England ran out a 27-13 win in an international against Wales back at the end of May, the men in white running in five tries in the match. George Ford didn’t take his kicking boots to the party though, landing just one of his seven kicks at goal in the match and chances like can’t afford to be missed like Down Under.

Australia are the second highest ranked side in the world and they have Jones’ former teammate Michael Cheika as head coach. Australia Haven’t played  a test match this year and go straight into the three-match series against her English. Their last game was in October last year when they lost against New Zealand at Twickenham while on Tour. Prior to that, they had won seven games on the bounce and posted a W10 L2 record last year (both defeats coming against the All Blacks). England swept the board during the 2016 Six Nations so will be looking to carry forward that great form.

The last time that the two nations met was in October of 2016 at Twickenham, with Australia taking a 33-13 win. England had won the prior two meetings against the Wallabies before that. The overall head to head in internationals between the two stands at 25-18 in favour of Australia with just the one draw having been played out between them. England have won four of the last six meetings, but have that terrible of just three Test Series wins in Australia. England have averaged 15.32 points per game against Australia, while the Australians have averaged 21.36 points per game against the English. Betfair have a 10/11 handicap on a Australia -3 line.

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England v Portugal Predictions & Betting Odds 2nd June 2016

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England v Portugal Betting Preview

The Three Lions will take on Portugal in their final warm-up match ahead of Euro 2016. With wins over Turkey and Australia already on the board, the players will be keen to push on for a starting place at Euro 2016. Hodgson though is likely to really utilise his squad though in this one so as not to risk injury and to use the little time that is left to see the fringe players. Portugal have produced some mixed results lately but with Cristiano Ronaldo around, there’s always a chance of a result.

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England v Portugal Betting Tips

Well, will these two end up meeting at Euro 2016? It is a possibility and there have been some intense meetings between the two of them. In Euro 2004 they clashed when Portugal were hosts in the quarter finals and England lost on a penalty shoot out. Then just a couple of years later at World Cup 2006, they squared off in the quarter finals there, a match which saw Wayne Rooney sent off and England crash out on penalties again at the hands of the Portuguese. Drawn matches have been a common theme between these two and the last four meetings have ended in a draw (over 90 minutes). That may not be a bad way to go in the match outright for this one really and a 1-1 correct score is a price of 11/2. England hold the head to head lead of W9 D10 L3 (90 minutes).

So England will have their Euro 2016 send off happening at Wembley on Thursday and really looking down their squad, they have the strike power to pull out a win. Jamie Vardy is back in the fold after his wedding and he is around the 7/4 mark in the anytime goalscorer market along with the likes of Daniel Sturridge, Wayne Rooney and Marcus Rashford. Roy Hodgson will have named his 23 man squad by the time this match comes along. Will young Manchester United star Rashford be heading to France with the squad? The attacking department really isn’t the area of concern for England, it is the defence. It’s not great back there and with them having conceded in each of their last four friendly matches both teams to score in Thursday’s game will return odds of even money.

So what of Portugal? Well, they posted seven wins in their Euro 2016 qualifying group and four of those were by a 1-0 scoreline. So they are a side which, more often than not, grinds out results and they don’t particularly have a lot of goals in them. They have a mixed W3 L2 run of form going over their last five played, the defeats in that sequence being 1-0 losses against Russia and Bulgaria in friendly matches. They have won their last two, though, beating Belgium and Norway in friendly games. Cristiano Ronaldo should be with the squad, but is unlikely to put in 90 minutes after having played the Champions League final on the weekend. He is even money in the anytime goalscorer market with Eder at 3/1 and Nani at 4/1. They look an average side at best without Ronaldo in there, but they can earn a draw at Wembley.

England v Portugal Betting Odds

England 10/11, Draw 9/4, Portugal 3/1

England v Portugal Predictions

This probably points to being yet another draw between the two nations. Portugal are solid enough to resist England for long periods without really doing a lot of damage going forward themselves. Worth a punt on both teams to score because of England’s weak defence but a draw between them looks likely again.

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England have one final warm up match to get through before heading off to Euro 2016. They will be facing Portugal on June 2nd and that is when Roy Hodgson will pretty much have to make up his mind about who will be sending out in the starting eleven when they face Russia on June 11th in their first group match of Euro 2016.

So after wins over Turkey and Australia in their build up, can England head over to France with a bang by beating the Euro 2016-bound Portugal as well? The last time that England and Portugal played they produced a 0-0 draw in the 2006 World Cup which led to England getting eliminated on penalties. Then just a couple of years before that they met in Euro 2004 in the quarter finals and England crashed out on penalties. Thlast four meetings between these two have been drawn, three of them score draws.

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Leicester and Tottenham to power England to Euro 2016 success?

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Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur could pave the way for a successful English campaign at Euro 2016. Roy Hodgson became England manager shortly before Euro 2012 and had little time to think about squad or team selection, with Fabio Capello leaving the post abruptly following a difference of opinion with the FA over John Terry.

However, four years later and the Three Lions Head Coach has his feet firmly under the table, even if the 2014 World Cup campaign didn’t go according to plan.

England were left crumpled in a heap after defeats against Italy and Uruguay during the group stage before a goalless draw with Costa Rica saw them leave Brazil with just a point to show for all their efforts.

Two years ago, there was no Harry Kane to lead the England line. Nor did Dele Alli bear any consideration, with the young midfielder only starting to impress at MK Dons.

Eric Dier had barely played a first-team game for Tottenham, Danny Rose was the fifth-choice right-back for his country and Kyle Walker wasn’t on the plane either.

While Walker is touch and go whether he’ll be part of the England twenty-three man squad for Euro 2016, the former quartet are all guaranteed spots on the plane and their Tottenham team this season has confounded all expectations.

Leicester City rightly hog the headlines in England after a sensational Premier League title success, although the form of Kane and Alli has been phenomenal, with the former getting shortlisted for PFA Player of the Year and the latter winning the Young Player equivalent.

Since Alli made his England bow against France last autumn, scoring a wonderful goal, he has not looked back and his odds have gone from 7/1 to make the Euro 2016 squad all the way down to 2/9 to be part of Roy’s set-up.

Alli makes things happen in a Tottenham shirt. He’s an aggressive tackler, a great passer of the ball and he has an eye for goal. Indeed, the midfielder has scored some wonderful goals for Spurs this season and is the very definition of a box-to-box player.

Kane has enjoyed what was supposed to be a “difficult second season” and has a decent chance of racking up a few goals for England. Bet365 make him the 2/1 favourite on their top England scorer market and he’s likely to be on penalty duties.

If the Tottenham players are enjoying this feel good factor, then what about Jamie Vardy at Leicester, with the former Fleetwood forward having broken a Premier League scoring record this season and helped his team win the title.

Vardy has an infectious way of getting the best out of himself and those around him, while Danny Drinkwater would be unlucky to miss out after some virtuoso performances in the middle of the park.

With the cream of the Leicester and Spurs team joining forces for England duty, perhaps the time is finally right for the Three Lions to make a splash and William Hill offer 8/1 that we see a success in France.


Will England pay the Penalty at Euro 2016?


The dreaded penalty shoot out. Will it come back to haunt England at the European Championships in the summer? It is probably in the back of the mind for England fans and that’s reasonable. The last two exist what they have suffered at the Euros have been by a penalty shoot out in the knockout stage. Can the Three Lions avoid going through the dreaded pressure of that at France 2016?

At Euro 2004 they went to the the quarter finals and were stopped by hosts Portugal in a penalty shoot out after a 2-2 draw at the end of extra time. After failing to qualify for Euro 2008, England’s next appearance at the Euro’s ended in exactly the same fate. They met Italy in the quarter finals four years ago and after a pathetic attacking performance, exited the competition in a shoot out. So it’s plagued them before, will it be back at Euro 2016?

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England v Australia Predictions & Betting Odds 27th May 2016

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England v Australia Betting Preview

The Socceroos have pretty much made light work of their World Cup 2018 qualifying process but they will face some stiffer competition when they take on England at the Stadium of Light on Friday night. England came through a battling contest against Turkey last weekend at the Etihad with a 2-1 win. That was a good, tough work out for them and there was a positive feel about the Three Lions set up. Will Roy Hodgson use this one to explore the depths of his squad before their final warm up match against Portugal on June 2nd?

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England v Australia Betting Tips

England will be looking to follow up on their weekend victory over Turkey with another win on Friday night. They take on Australia at the Stadium of Light and this should be a chance for Roy Hodgson to get a look at the depth of his full squad. England were pretty good in patches against Turkey, taking some good attacking initiative but there were also spells where they drifted out of the game. So some tweaking is still needed by the looks of things, especially in defence but a good win against the Aussies will continue to build momentum and confidence ahead of Euro 2016. It’s likely that there will be changes to the starting eleven, particularly with the Manchester United players joining up after missing the weekend’s game because of their FA Cup final. So what can England expect in facing Australia? Well this should be a winnable match for the Three Lions, but do you recall that game at Upton Park in February 2003 when the two sides last met? That game where the Socceroos produced a 3-1 win?

Sven Goran Eriksson was the man in charge on that occasion and Wayne Rooney incidentally made his full international debut for England that night too. That 3-1 loss in London is England’s only defeat against Australia from the six previous occasions that they have met up. The Three Lions have won three of those previous six clashes. There weren’t a lot of goals flying around in those fixtures with four of the six having gone under 2.5 goals. If you want to back Friday night’s clash to go the same way as that then you can go under the goal line for a price of 13/10. That’s a big priced option though because the consensus is that England should win this game pretty comfortably. Will this be the night young Marcus Rashford makes his international debut for the Three Lions? He is in at a quote of even money in the anytime goalscorer market for the game. He could get his chance with Jamie Vardy out because of his wedding on the weekend, while Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane are both around the even money mark as well to score.

England boss Roy Hodgson will be cutting his 26 man preliminary squad down by three after this so an important game for some of the squad players. Australia have other targets in their sights with another round of World Cup 2018 qualifying games to come. They are in the AFC now and have pretty much made light work of the qualification process so far to reach Russia 2018. In their eight qualification matches played so far they have netted 29 goals and you could back Friday’s friendly to see both teams score for a price of 11/10. After their game against England, they move on to face Greece in a friendly. Australia have won just one of their last ten international friendly matches and have scored only the four goals in their last five as well. So they aren’t a prolific friendly side and on they aren’t even taking their full squad to the Stadium Of Light. Their Asian based players like Tim Cahill and Nathan Burns aren’t going.

England v Australia Betting Odds

England 1/4, Draw 19/4, Australia 10/1

England v Australia Predictions

The Aussies have failed to score in three of their last five games against England and with a weakened squad aren’t likely to put up too much of a fight. England, even with a look at their squad should be putting a win on the board in this one. It’s tempting to have an England to win to nil wager, but there is bigger appeal in an England/England half time/full time bet being produced.

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England v Turkey International Friendly Predictions & Betting Odds 22nd May 2016

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This is the start of England’s countdown to the European Championships. They open their warm ups with a home game against Turkey and this should be a really good contest for Roy Hodgson’s men. Turkey will be heading to Euro 2016 as well as the Three Lions and can be difficult opponents. The Turks have won five of their last six international friendly, including wins over Sweden and Austria. So England will have to put some good work into this to come away with a confidence-building win but they haven’t conceded a goal in any of their ten previous competitive matches against the Turks.

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England v Turkey Betting Tips

As frustrating and pointless as friendly matches can be, England will want to go out and put on a decent show here. It’s going to be quite important to keep energy and confidence high ahead of Euro 2016 and they can to take by taking a win against Turkey, who are in some good form. England have great history against Turkey in international meetings, all competitive, as the Three Lions have posted a W10 D0 L0 record in their previous meetings with the Turks. So that suggests that this is a decent opportunity to put a win on the board for the home side at Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium. The last time that England and Turkey came together they played out a 0-0 draw in Euro 2004 qualification. It will be interesting to see what Roy Hodgson goes with for the starting eleven and which squad members will end up finishing the match. It is a little hard to get a read on international friendly matches because of the lack of competitiveness and they usually die off in the final third of the game.

England will probably go with a strong starting line up and Harry Kane is trading at 8/11 in the anytime goalscorer market for England v Turkey betting. Jamie Vardy, who can stake a great claim for a place is trading at 6/4 to net. Big opportunity for both of these coming up over the summer. England’s record over their last eight matches played is W6 D0 L2 and the losses in that sequence happened against Spain and the Netherlands. However, during their recently friendly excursions, England have also beaten France and Germany. England’s qualification for Euro 2016 was perfect, winning all ten games and conceding very few goals and the Three Lions have taken five clean sheets in their last eight international matches. England are a price of 8/11 to take a clean sheet away from the game against Turkey while they are at a quote of 21/20 to win to nil in the match. Given the fact that England’s record against Turkey is so good, seeing them win to nil on the weekend is a decent looking option. An England 1-0 and an England 2-0 correct score is running at a price of 9/2.

However, Turkey are a side in pretty good form at the moment. They came good at the end of Euro 2016 qualifying to make it through to the summer Finals and they have beaten both Sweden and the highly rated Austria recently in international friendlies. Turkey have posted a very solid W6 D2 L0 record over their last eight international matches. They aren’t a particularly high scoring outfit though, but they have managed to hit the back of the net in all but one of their last dozen international matches. Also they scored two goals in each of those victories over Sweden and Austria recently, both 2-1 victories. So perhaps, given that this is just a friendly, you could take a both teams to score bet for a price of 5/4. Will this be the day they get a goal on the board against the Three Lions. Turkey have scored none and have conceded 31 goals in their previous ten against England.

England v Turkey Betting Odds

England 4/9, Draw 3/1, Turkey 7/1

England v Turkey Predictions

This is a game that England should be winning, especially if they want to head to the summer finals with confidence. However, Turkey are in decent form and are worth backing to put a goal on the board because England’s defence hasn’t looked top quality against better opposition. The Three Lions should still win out but look for both teams to score in the match.

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