BOOKIES have slashed England's odds on winning Euro 2012 from 14-1 to 11-1.
Coral took the action after Roy Hodgson’s side beat Sweden 3-2 after trailing 2-1 in Ukraine.
It was a battling display by England but one that was still short of the quality displayed by sides such as Spain and Germany.
Spain continue to lead the market at 12-5 with the Germans 13-5 and France 13-2 third favourites.
Corla spokesman David Stevens said: “England have finally ended their Swedish hoodoo, and patriotic punters will be hoping this win is just the start for Roy Hodgson’s men.
“They now have one foot in the quarter-finals and we’ll expect plenty of support for them to beat Ukraine next Tuesday to confirm that last eight spot in style.”
Euro 2012 outrights (Coral): 12-5 Spain, 13-5 Germany, 13-2 France, 11 England, Russia,
14 Italy, Portugal, 22 Holland, 25 Croatia, 40 Poland, 50 Ukraine, 66 Czech Republic, Denmark, 200 Sweden, 250 Greece.