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It will be time to forget about selection dilemmas, injury nightmares and managerial problems as England go into battle for their opening Euro 2012 against France.

England are currently 2/1, a price which is attracting plenty of attention from punters.

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It has been a very rocky road up until now for England with a change of manager after Fabio Capello walked out over the John Terry saga, but new manager Roy Hodgson has overseen two wins from two matches in the warm-up matches.

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The style in which they achieved the wins was hardly inspiring, two 1-0 wins over Norway and Belgium; however, Hodgson has seemingly brought a discipline into the England squad which should make them very hard to beat at the Euros. Although their ante-post odds have lengthened to 14/1 from an opening show of 10/1.

The French, judging by the form book, will give England their toughest test in a group which also consists of hosts Ukraine and Sweden and that is reflected in the odds for the game.

Laurent Blanc’s side, who are unbeaten since September 2010, are very strong in the betting market for the opening game of Group D, their price of 7/4 has been backed into 6/4 and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see them shorten further.

Confidence is strong behind the French being able to break down a predicted negative and brittle England side. Hodgson’s men are best priced 23/10 (Bet Victor) to open their tournament with a win whilst the draw, which in all honesty, both sides will probably take at this stage, is a best priced 11/5 with Paddy Power.

Danny Welbeck is favourite to lead the line for England and he can be backed at 9/1 with William Hill to score first whilst Karim Benzema, the Real Madrid forward, is the current favourite in that market at 6/1.


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