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England Stage of Elimination odds: Three Lions 11/8 for quarter-final exit

They left it extremely late, but England eventually sealed their place in the quarter-finals of the Euros with a 2-1 extra-time victory over Slovakia.

Gareth Southgate’s men were behind heading into the final minute of stoppage time, before Jude Bellingham popped up with a spectacular bicycle kick to equalise.

Then, just a minute into extra-time, Harry Kane - 5/1 to be the tournament’s leading scorer - headed home from close range to complete the turnaround.

It was another poor performance from the Three Lions following three frustrating displays in the group stage, but they remain in the competition and in the better half of the draw.

Up next is a last-eight clash with Switzerland on Saturday, with the two nations set to meet in Dusseldorf at 17:00 BST.

Stage of Elimination odds

Quarter-Finals - 11/8

As the tournament progresses, naturally the opposition gets tougher and England need to find a spark and uplift in performance if they are to get through their quarter-final.

Switzerland remain unbeaten and have drawn with hosts Germany and beaten defending champions Italy on route to the last eight.

Murat Yakin’s squad fully deserved their 2-0 last-16 victory over the Azzurri, having 16 shots in that game and having almost double the amount of touches compared to Italy, in the penalty area.

The Swiss have bagged eight goals in four games and they have all come from different goalscorers. England, in contrast, have scored four times and Bellingham and Kane have been the only goalscorers.

The head-to-head stats favour the Three Lions, who have won the last five meetings between the sides - including a 2-1 friendly success in 2022. You have to go back to 1981 for the last time the Swiss beat England.

Semi-Finals - 10/3

If England are to make it past the quarter-finals, their semi-final opponents will be one of Austria, Turkey, Netherlands or Romania.

If you were going off the FIFA world rankings, then the Oranje would look to be the toughest test - with Ronald Koeman’s squad currently ranked seventh in the world.

Arguably though, it’s Austria who have been the most impressive team to date out of that quartet of potential opponents.

With former Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick at the helm, the Austrians topped Group D - which included France and the Dutch.

England have won their last three encounters with Austria, all by the same 1-0 scoreline, but against the Netherlands it’s three defeats in the last four meetings.

Runners-Up - 3/1

A repeat of their performance at Euro 2020 looks unlikely at this stage when you consider the way they have played to date, but Southgate will hope something might click in the knockout stages.

The likelihood is that, should they make the final, England will play either France, Spain, Portugal or Germany.

All four are former European Championship winners and going off performances so far, England would likely be underdogs.

Winners - 7/2

It’s 58 years since England last won a major tournament and they are 7/2 to end that long wait for a trophy this summer.

The final will take place at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, on Sunday 14th July.

England’s last appearance in that stadium came back in March 2016, when they defeated Germany 3-2 in a friendly.

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