MONTENEGRO's late equaliser against England was worth more that £1million to bookies according to William Hill.
Spokesman Graham Sharpe said: “With all the well-fancied sides winning on the night we were set for a real hammering but the late equaliser was brilliant for us – it saved us from a seven-figure payout but still allowed England to qualify for the final stages of the tournament.”
Wayne Rooney has been lengthened from 7-2 favourite to 9-2 to be England's top scorer at the finals after his sending-off means he will miss at least one game.
William Hill now make Darren Bent 4-1 favourite and also offer 6-1 Andy Carroll, 7-1 Steven Gerrard, 8-1 Theo Walcott, Ashley Young, 9-1 Danny Welbeck and 10-1 Jermain Defoe.
Rooney is 10-1 with William Hill to be the next England player to be sent off after picking up his second red for his country.
Sharpe added: “Rooney's suspect temperament is always likely to let him down at crucial moments.”
England are 9-1 fourth favourites to win Euro 2012 with William Hill who make Spain 11-4 ahead of 4-1 Germany, 5-1 Holland and 10-1 Italy and France.
Scotland are 500-1 after their play-off hopes were kept alive by Spain's win in Prague. The Scots travel to Liechtenstein on Saturday.