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Japan up next for England

Hopefuls set to meet this Sunday on neutral ground in preparation for next month’s World Cup football tournament.

Friday 28th May 2010

The England football team is set to continue its preparations for next month’s 2010 World Cup with a friendly match in neutral Austria on Sunday evening against fellow qualifier Japan. England finished top of a qualifying group that also contained Ukraine and Croatia in order to make it to South Africa and is one of the favourites to lift the World Cup come July 11. lists England at odds of 1/5 to defeat Japan on Sunday followed by with 6/25 and,,, and showing 1/4. On Monday, England easily dismantled fellow World Cup hopeful Mexico by three goals to one and is being offered at odds of 13/50 by to do the same to Japan. In the same way, lists Fabio Capello’s men at 27/100 to overcome its Asian opponents while,,,,,,,, and are offering 2/7. For its part, Japan struggled to make it to South Africa after a qualifying campaign that featured a defeat to Australia and embarrassing draws against Uzbekistan and Qatar. and are offering the ‘Samurai Blue’ at odds of 7/1 to defeat England in Graz while and show 15/2. Longer still, and are going with 8/1 while bettors can get 17/2 on Takeshi Okada’s team beating England from and Japan is in a World Cup group alongside Denmark, Cameroon and The Netherlands with many pundits predicting a bottom-place finish for the team that made it into the last 16 in 2002., and are showing odds 9/1 on Japan defeating England this weekend while,, and are going with 10/1. Similarly, punters can get odds of 21/2 from winning on Sunday while shows 121/10 followed by with 143/10. A draw would be a good result for Japan as it has lost its previous two matches against Serbia and South Korea by a combined score of five goals to nil., and lists a tie at odds of 7/2 while,,,,,,, and shows 4/1. England would not welcome a tie against weaker opposition with listing this outcome at odds of 21/5 followed by offering 43/10 and,, and showing 9/2.

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