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England to win every group game at 16/1 in Coral countdown special

| 27.05.2014
CORAL ENHANCED ACCAS

With just over a fortnight until the World Cup, go with Coral for this fantastic countdown special of England to win every group (D) game at 16/1.

To put this enhanced bet into perspective, The Three Lions are 2/1 to beat Italy in their first match, 7/4 against Uruguay and odds-on at 1/2 for a victory over Costa Rica.

In their last 10 finals, England have always got past the first stage at the World Cup, and have, in fact, achieved the feat of winning every group game in the competition before, in 1982.

Although England were knocked out in the second group stage of that tournament in Spain, they managed to beat old rivals France, as well as Czechoslovakia and Kuwait.

Uruguay and The Three Lions have faced each other numerous times before, but just once recently, with England getting a 2-1 victory in that fixture in 2006, thanks to a stoppage time winner from Joe Cole.

Roy Hodgson’s men begin their tournament against Italy, and will go into that fight with confidence, having beaten them in their last battle 2-1.

England have never faced Costa Rica, meanwhile, but are almost certainties to roll over the footballing minnows and big outsiders to qualify from this group.

You can back England at 2/1 to top this pool, and 8/15 to progress to the last 16, while they are 25/1 chances to go on and lift the trophy for the second time.

Come back tomorrow to check out Coral’s next World Cup countdown special.

Premier League Tips
Hertha to beat Hoffenheim
23/20
Schalke to beat Dortmund
11/5
Dusseldorf to win at Paderborn
9/5
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Sam Barnard

Sam has been writing for Coral since January 2014, and is the assistant editor of the news site. As well as the main betting sports, football, tennis and cricket, he covers the likes of golf, F1 and darts too, the latter of which has become a particular favourite. Sam enjoys playing as much as writing about sports, but niggling injuries have limited his participation in recent years, so is happy to mainly watch the pros such as Manchester United, Yorkshire CCC, Raymond van Barneveld and even Gibraltar national football team instead.