HARRY REDKNAPP is odds-on favourite with bookies to be the next England manager.
On a remarkable day the Spurs boss was found not guilty on tax evasion charges and hours later Fabio Capello quit the England job over the John Terry saga.
Ladbrokes make Redknapp just 2-7 to fill the vacancy and say 95 per cent of bets placed on this market have been for the White Hart Lane gaffer.
Spokesman Alex Donohue said: “Redknapp is the subject of a nationwide gamble for the England vacancy. The door now appears to be wide open and according to the money he's the man the public want.”
Ladbrokes Latest betting: 2/7 Redknapp, 8/1 R Hodgson, J Mourinho, 12-1 Pardew 16-1, O'Neill, Wenger, Pearce 20-1, Allardyce 28-1, Southgate, Hoddle 33-1, Beckham 66-1.
Meanwhile, Terry is out to 2-5 from 4-7 with William Hill to be in the Euro 2012 squad and shortened from 7-4 to 5-4 not to.
William Hill make Steven Gerrard 4-6 favourite to skipper England in their opening Euro match and also offer 4-1 Scott Parker, 6-1 Joe Hart, 8-1 Gareth Barry, 12-1 Lampard, Ferdinand, Cole.
Hills latest betting: Redknapp 8/15, Hodgson 8/1, Stuart Pearce 9/1, Jose Mourinho 12/1, Alan Pardew 12/1, Martin O'Neill 20/1, Arsene Wenger 25/1, Guus Hiddink 20/1, Gareth Southgate 20/1, Sam Allardyce 25/1, Ian Holloway 33/1, Brendan Rodgers 33/1, Carlo Ancelotti 33/1, Mark Hughes 33/1, Alan Shearer 50/1, David Beckham 50/1, Glenn Hoddle 50/1, Nigel Adkins 66/1, Steve Bruce 66/1.