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Bookmakers happy to oppose England against Ukraine

Jermain Defoe (C) of England celebrates with teammates after scoring the 3-0 goal against Moldova during the World Cup 2014 qualifier football match between England and Moldova in Chisinau city, on September 7, 2012. (credit: DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP/GettyImages)
Punters are steering clear of England tonight and the Three Lions are now out to 4/7 to beat Ukraine at Wembley.

The bookies are determined to take on England against Ukraine tonight with StanJames.com going top price about Roy Hodgson's men at Wembley.

The firm's Rory Jiwani said, "There is great value out there for punters and we've pushed England out to 4/7 in line with our top price policy today. The biggest bet we've seen so far on England is £1500 but we expect to see larger punts before kick-off. The draw is 3/1 with Ukraine 6/1 to win at Wembley.

"We feel this is the time to oppose England as they'll be fielding an inexperienced back four and Wayne Rooney is still out. Ukraine will be keen to avenge their 1-0 defeat in Euro 2012 and the Wembley factor could well work in the visitors' favour.

"We're top price all first and last goalscorers with Jermain Defoe 9/2 to score first. We're also top price the double result with England 7/5 to be ahead at half-time and full-time, and top price all correct scores, excluding the goalless draw, with 1-0 the favourite at 11/2. And we're top price the under/over 2.5 goals market with unders currently 10/11 and overs available at 21/20.

"Finally, anyone who bets £10 on one of our England-Ukraine markets will get a free $10 credit for StanJames.com Poker."

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Bookmakers happy to oppose England against Ukraine

Punters are steering clear of England tonight and the Three Lions are now out to 4/7 to beat Ukraine at Wembley.

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