England V Denmark

England v Denmark Odds - Back Gerrard to score anytime

England v Denmark - Wednesday 5 March (ITV 1, 8pm)

England face Denmark at Wembley tonight in what will be there first match of 2014. The 2014 World Cup is now less than 100 days away meaning boss Roy Hodgson will be looking to try out a number of fringe players in order to give them a chance to impress. Southampton's Adam Lallana, Jay Rodriguez, Rickie Lambert and Luke Shaw have all been called up, as has Liverpool's Raheem Sterling who has been on fire in recent months.

Meanwhile Denmark agonisingly missed out on the play-offs despite finishing second in their group. They will no doubt be devastated at missing out on the World Cup but will still be gunning to upset England in London. The teams last met in February 2011 with England coming out on top 2-1.

England v Denmark Betting Specials

England are the odds-on favourites to come out on top, with a 2-0 scoreline looking a decent bet at 13/2 with Bet Victor, while captain Steve Gerrard can be backed at 16/5 to score anytime.

Wayne Rooney Special

New Paddy Power customers can get Wayne Rooney at a scorching price of 6/1 to score anytime.

Bore Draw and Scorer Refunds

If your chosen first goalscorer doesn't score the first goal, but scores the second goal, or the match ends goalless then William Hill will refund bets on selected markets up to £50.

England v Denmark Odds

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England Squad

Fraser Forster (Celtic)
Ben Foster (West Bromwich Albion)
Joe Hart (Manchester City)
John Ruddy (Norwich City)

Leighton Baines (Everton)
Gary Cahill (Chelsea)
Steven Caulker (Cardiff City)
Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
Glen Johnson (Liverpool)
Luke Shaw (Southampton)
Chris Smalling (Manchester United)
Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur)

Ross Barkley (Everton)
Michael Carrick (Manchester United)
Tom Cleverley (Manchester United)
Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)
Jordan Henderson (Liverpool)
Adam Lallana (Southampton)
Frank Lampard (Chelsea)
James Milner (Manchester City)
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Arsenal)
Raheem Sterling (Liverpool)
Andros Townsend (Tottenham Hotspur)
Jack Wilshere (Arsenal)

Jermain Defoe (Toronto FC)
Rickie Lambert (Southampton)
Jay Rodriguez (Southampton)
Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool)
Daniel Welbeck (Manchester United)