Friendly S-Pain for England or Swede success?
With John Terry now looking likely to start for England against Spain, William Hill offer 2/1 that he will be carded at some stage of the game, and 1/6 that if he does start, he will also finish the game - 7/2 that he will come off before the end.
Terry is 7/1 with Hills to score at any time, 20/1 to get the first goal of the game, 33/1 to be sent off.
William Hill believe Terry will be firmly in charge of the armband when the Euro finals kick off, and make the Chelsea skipper 4/7 to start as captain in England's opening game of the tournament.
Match betting: 5/2 England; 11/5 draw; 10/11 Spain.
To Start Captain 1st Euro 2012 Match
John Terry 4/7
Steven Gerrard 4/1
Frank Lampard 7/1
Rio Ferdinand 8/1
Gareth Barry 14/1
Joe Hart 16/1
Ashley Cole 25/1
**Others on request.
ENGLAND 9/2 TO BEAT SPAIN AND SWEDEN
With Spain naming a strong squad for their friendly against England, William Hill have cut the world champs from Evens to 10/11 to beat England, who have been lengthened from 3/1 to 9/2 to beat both Spain and Sweden.
England Friendlies vs Spain & Sweden
Win one and lose another 7/4
Win one and draw another 12/5
Draw one and lose another 7/2
Win both friendlies 9/2
Draw both 17/2
Lose both 11/1
WHO'LL START UP FRONT AGAINST SPAIN?
Darren Bent - 1/4 start, 11/4 not
Gabriel Agbonlahor- 1/2 start, 6/4 not.
Danny Welbeck- 4/6 start, 11/10not.
Bobby Zamora- 11/8 start, 8/15 not
Daniel Sturridge- 11/8 start, 8/15 not.
Total England Goals Scored
4 or more 15/8
**England goals scored vs Spain & Sweden
Total England Goals Conceded
4 or more 3/1
**England goals conceded vs Spain & Sweden
William Hill offer 4/6 that Wayne Rooney's three game Euro ban will not be reduced on appeal by the FA, and 11/10 that it will be reduced. ‘We understand that there is virtually no chance of the ban being extended so it is now a two-option outcome' said ill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.
WILSH JACK STAY WITH GUNNERS ‘FOR EVER'?
Jack Wilshere has reportedly vowed to stay with Arsenal for the rest of his career. William Hill offer 4/9 that he IS still a Gunner on Jan 1, 2014; 13/8 that he is not; and 8/11 that he remains an Arsenal player in five years time on January 1, 2016 - Evens that he is elsewhere by then. ‘Who knows when Arsene Wenger might leave, and Jack could well change his mind when that happens' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.