England 4/11 to top Euro group
England are favourites to win their Euro 2016 qualifying group at 4/11 with Sky Bet following Sunday's draw in Nice.
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Roy Hodgson's side were drawn in Group E along with Switzerland (3/1), Slovenia (9/1), Estonia (66/1), Lithuania (200/1) and San Marino (1000/1).
The top two in each group will qualify for the 24-team final tournament along with hosts France. The best third-placed team will also qualify, with the eight other third-placed sides playing off for the remaining four spots.
Scotland and the Republic of Ireland were drawn together in Group D along with Germany, Poland and Georgia, as well as UEFA's newest member Gibraltar.
With Germany 1/7 favourites to top the group, Gordon Strachan's Scotland are 2/1 to qualify for the finals while Martin O'Neill's Republic of Ireland are 8/11 to do so.
Wales will be aiming for at least a play-off place or better in Group B, where they will face Bosnia-Herzegovina, Belgium, Israel, Cyprus and Andorra.
Chris Coleman's side are 25/1 to top the group but 7/4 to book their place in France.
Northern Ireland were drawn in Group F with Greece, Hungary, Romania, Finland and the Faroe Islands and Michael O'Neill's side are 7/2 to qualify for their first major tournament since 1986.
In the outright betting for the tournament, which will be the first with 24 teams, Spain and Germany are joint favourites at 7/2, with hosts France 13/2.
Group A: Netherlands, Czech Republic Turkey, Latvia, Iceland, Kazakhstan
Group B: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Belgium, Israel, Wales, Cyprus, Andorrra
Group C: Spain, Ukraine, Slovakia, Belarus, FYR Macedonia, Luxembourg
Group D: Germany, Republic of Ireland, Poland, Scotland, Georgia, Gibraltar
Group E: England, Switzerland, Slovenia, Estonia, San Marino, Lithuania
Group F: Greece, Hungary, Romania, Finland, Northern Ireland, Faroe Islands
Group G: Russia, Sweden, Austria, Montenegro, Moldova, Liechtenstein
Group H: Italy, Croatia, Norway, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, Malta
Group I: (France) Portugal, Denmark, Serbia, Armenia, Albania
France qualify as hosts but will play friendlies against teams from Group I.