England v Ukraine betting

Hodgson's men fancied to progress to knock-out stages

By Jonathan Witty - Twitter: @skybet_Jonathan.   Last Updated: June 17, 2012 3:45pm
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England go into their final Group D encounter with Ukraine knowing a draw (12/5) is enough to see them through to the quarter-finals.
The co-hosts will need a win, available at 5/2 in the match betting, to progress on home soil but they have only beaten England once in four games.
The Three Lions have come out on top in three of the other four encounters - only conceding two goals in the process - and Roy Hodgson's side are 21/20 to win and 11/4 to win to nil.
Wayne Rooney is set to start after his suspension and he is 5/1 to open the scoring on his return and 11/8 to notch in 90 minutes.
Who makes way for the Manchester United talisman remains to be seen as both Andy Carroll andDanny Welbeck were both on target against Sweden.
Liverpool forward Carroll now heads the betting to be the top England goalscorer at 3/1, ahead of Welbeck (7/2) as well as Theo Walcott and Rooney, who are both available at 6/1.
Ukraine have beaten England on home soil before - a 1-0 win in World Cup 2010 qualification - and will be desperate to seal a victory that would keep them in their home tournament.
A repeat result is available at 17/2, but Oleh Blokhin's side have kept just one clean sheet in eight games - a 4-0 friendly win over Estonia - and were fortunate to ship just two goals against France in their previous outing.
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