Latest England News - 3 Lions booted out by minnows Iceland
An abject England suffered the most humiliating defeat in their history - and that's saying something! - after losing 2-1 to minnows Iceland in the last-16 of the European Championships.
The Three Lions headed into the knockout stages as the favourites to beat the major tournament debutants, but despite taking a 4 minute lead, Roy Hodgson's band of underachievers found themselves behind after 18 minutes, and were simply unable to recover.
In the aftermath of the dismal defeat Hodgson unsurprisingly retired from his post, with Gareth Southgate, Glenn Hoddle, and Alan Pardew among the early favourites to replace him in the dugout.
Euro 2016 Betting
The European Championships is always a massive betting tournament and the 2016 edition as been no different. As we venture into the knockout stages of the competition it's World Champions Germany who lead the way at the summit of the betting.
However, the Germans have been joined by the likes of Euro 2012 runnes-upÂ Italy and hosts France in their side of the draw, meaning the likes of Croatia, Belgium and Portugal (over on the other side) will really fancy their chances of going far in the tournament.
Euro 2016 Format
- Poland v Portugal
- Wales v Belgium
- Germany v Italy
- France v Iceland
Last-16 Fixtures & Results:
- Switzerland 1-1 Poland (Poland won 5-4 on penalties)
- Wales 1-0 Northern Ireland
- Croatia 0-1 Portugal (aet)
- France 2-1 Republic of Ireland
- Germany 3-0 Slovakia
- Hungary 0-4 Belgium
- Italy 2-0 Spain
- England 1-2 Iceland
Euro 2016 Groups:
(groups in order of where each team finished)
- Group A: France (1st), Switzerland (2nd), Albania (3rd), Romania (4th)
- Group B: Wales, England, Slovakia, Russia
- Group C: Germany, Poland, Northern Ireland, Ukraine
- Group D: Croatia, Spain, Turkey, Czech Republic,
- Group E: Italy, Belgium, Republic of Ireland, Sweden
- Group F: Hungary, Iceland, Portugal, Austria
World Cup 2018 Odds
Defending champions Germany are the favourites to retain their trophy in the latest World Cup 2018 Odds. Joachim Low's men hoisted their fourth golden globe in Brazil, and will now be gunnging to draw level with the Samba Kings (5 trophies) in four years time.
Meanwhile the usual candidates are in the mix for glory, including Brazil, Argentina and Spain. Alternatively Belgium and Colombia, who both impressed in Brazil, are definitely worth keeping an eye on, whereas England are further back in the betting.
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