Three Lions hotshot 13-8 to return with a bangENGLAND need only a point from Tuesday's clash with Ukraine in Donetsk to advance to the Euro 2012 quarter-finals and punters are banking on the returning Wayne Rooney to fire the Three Lions into the knockout stage.
The Three Lions have probably surpassed expectations so far with their battling 1-1 draw with France and their come-from-behind 3-2 victory over Sweden and Rooney's return from a two-match ban is a massive boost for their crunch fixture at the Donbass Arena – the striker is 11-2 to score the first goal and 13-8 to notch at any time.
But although the odds on England reaching the quarter-finals have shrunk from 8-15 to 1-3, their outright odds before are 12-1 – the same as they were ten days before the start of the tournament.
And while bookmakers are expecting money to come for Roy Hodgson's men, there was still no sign of a patriotic plunge on Monday night. Indeed, Paddy Power eased England to 5-4.