England v Iceland
England head to the Stade de Nice on Monday June 27th to take on Iceland in a match that could take them into the last 8 of EURO 2016.
With both sides eager to reach the quarter-finals, England v Iceland will be great to bet on, especially if you use bookmakers EURO 2016 betting offers!
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England To Beat Iceland: 9/1
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England To Beat Iceland: 10/1
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England To Beat Iceland: 6/1
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England To Beat Iceland: 5/1
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After a fantastic end to the Group stages, Roy Hodgson’s England take on Heimir Hallgrimsson’ Iceland in the EURO 2016 ‘Round of 16’ next Monday in Nice.
Online bookmakers offer England (FIFA Ranking 11) as firm favourites to beat Iceland (FIFA Ranking 34) and progress to the quarter-finals of EURO 2016.
England are without a doubt the favourites coming into this clash, but Iceland could prove to be tough competitors if their performance against Austria is anything to go by.
England has only ever played Iceland twice on the International stage, once in a friendly which ended in a draw, and then in the 2004 Summer Tournament where England won 6-1.
Throughout the qualifiers and Group stages England have looked the stronger team, and while they'll need to give it their all, it’s easy to see why they’re expected to win.
Watch England v Iceland on ITV 1 at 20:00 on Monday June 27th.
England's Best Odds: 8/15
If you’re betting on the bookmakers favourites England, Ladbrokes.com offer the best odds at 8/15 plus 'bet £50, get £50 in bonus bets' deal for new signups.
If you haven't got an account, claim the Ladbrokes signup offer as you could win £26.67 by betting £50 on England winning and also get £50 in bonus bets!
England didn’t manage to top Group B as hoped, and this has left them with potentially much tougher games in the upcoming later stages of EURO 2016.
If Hodgson’s men can beat Iceland, they’ll then potentially face hosts France in the quarter-finals providing that they beat Rep. of Ireland on Sunday.
England’s Group games didn’t go as well as the country hoped, with a draw against Slovakia leaving them with a tougher challenge to make it to the EURO 2016 final.
They potentially face teams who have won 19 major international trophies in their quest to win the 2016 competition, whereas Wales, should have a much easier run.
Iceland's Best Odds: 15/2
If you think Roy Hodgson's will turn in a dreadful performance and lose to Iceland then head over to Bet365.com as they offer the best odds on Iceland winning at 15/2.
Plus, if you haven't got an account yet, you'll be able to claim Bet365's signup offer which means you'll get a £200 bonus bet when you bet £200 on Iceland.
Iceland may still be outsiders to take to the EURO 2016 title, but they have been playing well and should provide a tough challenge for England.
This is the first time they’ve played in the tournament and were unbeaten in the Group stages.
Heimir Hallgrimsson’s men won 1 of their group games while drawing the other 2, meaning they finished Group F in the runner-up position thanks to a last minute goal.
They made it through to the last 16 after a last-gap victory against Austria, when Traustason netted the winning goal sending the small countries population crazy.
Best Odds On A Draw: 13/5
There have only been two England v Iceland matches throughout history with one of these, a friendly way back in 1982 in Reykjavík, ending in a 1-1 draw.
It may seem unlikely, but if you think a draw's on the cards when these teams meet again, WilliamHill.com offer the best odds on a stalemate after 90 minutes at 13/5.
Plus, if you haven't got an account yet, you'll be able to claim William Hill's signup offer which means you'll get a £20 bonus bet when you bet £10 on the match.
NB: England v Iceland betting odds correct at the time this article went live. Bookmakers shorten odds closer to kick off so bet early for the best odds!