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Stuart Dalgleish 20th Jun 2012 - 11:41

England 8/1 for Euros, 7/4 technology in Brazil

England finished top of Group D and William Hill have cut their odds of winning the tournament from 12/1 to 8/1 - the shortest price that they have been to win the Euros.

Wayne Rooney scored the only goal of the game and William Hill are offering 5/1 that he manages to overtake the 115 caps that David Beckham won to become the most capped outfield player. He is 10/1 to be the top tournament goalscorer.

Steven Gerrard won man of the match and set up his fourth goal of the tournament and William Hill make him 1/2 to make the UEFA team of the tournament (6/4 he does not).

There was controversy as Ukraine were denied an almost certain goal by the officials and William Hill are offering 7/4 that goal-line technology has been introduced to international football by the time that the Brazil World Cup kicks off (2/5 it has not).

"After another goal line controversy has been seen on the big stage that has seen the hosts booted out of the tournament, FIFA will surely have to sit up and take note," said Hill's spokesman Joe Crilly.

Euro 2012 winner: 2/1 Germany; 5/2 Spain; 7/1 Portugal; 8/1 Italy; 8/1 England; 10/1 France; 40/1 Czech Republic; 50/1 Greece

Top goalscorer: 13/8 Mario Gomez; 7/2 Cristiano Ronaldo; 6/1 Fernando Torres; 10/1 Wayne Rooney; 16/1 Cesc Fabregas; 20/1 BAR

Steven Gerrard to be named in UEFA Team of the Tournament: 1/2 yes; 6/4 no

5/1 Wayne Rooney to win 116 (or more) caps for England

After Sepp Blatter's comments regarding the use of goal line technology William Hill have slashed the price for it to be in place for the first match of the 2014 World Cup from 7/4 to 1/1 but it is 8/11 that it won't be ready in time.

The more likely stage for introduction could be for the first match of the 2016 European Championships. William Hill are odds on at 5/6 that goal line technology to be used that summer in France.

"Goal line technology looks a certainty, it is just a question of when rather than if it is introduced," said William Hill spokesman Mark Young.

Goal Line Technology to be used at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil: 8/11 No, 1/1 Yes

Goal Line Technology to be used at the 2016 European Championships in France: 5/6 Yes

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