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Brits Believing in Victory over Uruguay Tonight

Brits Believing in Victory over Uruguay Tonight

Paddy Power is a controversial bookie, but no one can deny their popularity amongst the Brits and the rest of the UK. Today the company released data on how the punters in their site believe that the match tonight between Uruguay and England will end and it is not surprising to see that the Brits still believe in their national team, despite the defeat to the Italian team.

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As you can see in the picture, 78% of the customers who bet on the match predicted England as the winner of tonight's match against Uruguay, while 23% believes that the correct score of the match will be 2-1 in England's favour and a massive 40% believes that the crooked shooter Wayne Rooney will be the first goalscorer in the match.

The English team has not had any sort of success in the last many World and European cups and perhaps the Brits are hoping that this might the turning point for their otherwise great national team. Roy Hodgson seems like the kind of coach that could bring them out of the shadow they've been in for years, but only tonight will tell.

Should you feel like the Brits are right in their predictions, then you can head over to Paddy Power and bet on the outcome of the match. Currently a England victory gives odds 2.1 with the bookie, England to win 2-1 gives odds 9.0 while Wayne Rooney as first goalscorer gives odds 7.5. Furthermore Paddy Power promises to refund all losing bets on first goalscorer, last goalscorer, correct score and scorecast singles on the match if Uruguay should win the game.

Lastly we also feel like you should know the odds of betting on a draw or Uruguay victory, as it seems that there is quite a high chance that the game might end up with this result. If you fancy a Uruguay victory, then you'll get odds 3.6 with Paddy Power and if you believe in a draw you can get odds 3.5. If you don't have an account with Paddy Power, then you can create one right here.

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