ENGLAND are just 1-10 to get knocked out of the World Cup at the group stages according to Ladbrokes.
The bookies had slashed England to 4-5 to qualify following Wayne Rooney's maiden World Cup goal but Luis Suarez's late strike leaves the side long odds-on not to make it to the last 16 with odds of 5-1 offered about Roy Hodgson's side progressing. And to be honest that should be more like 50-1.
Hodgson is 3-1 to be replaced before the start of the Euro 2016 qualifiers with Harry Redknapp installed as the 5-1 favourite to take over.
Suarez is 2-1 to leave Liverpool this summer and Ladbrokes spokesman Alex Donohue said: “Mathematically there's still a chance but only the most optimistic fan will be backing England to get out of the group now.
“The defeat doesn't definitely mean the end of the road for Roy but the odds of Redknapp replacing him have been cut significantly.”
Next England manager
Harry Redknapp 5/1
Gary Neville 6/1
Jose Mourinho 10/1
Arsene Wenger 14/1
Brendan Rodgers 16/1
David Beckham 25/1
San Allardyce 33/1
Alex Ferguson 50/1