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Daniel Sturridge price boosted to 4/1 to score v Uruguay tonight

Sturridge will spearhead a dangerous England attack against a Uruguay side.

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Daniel Sturridge scored against Italy on Saturday and William Hill have given bookmakers.co.uk an exclusive offer which means new customers can make a chunky profit this evening if the Liverpool forward finds the net again.

Sturridge will spearhead a dangerous England attack against a Uruguay side who lost 3-1 to Costa Rica on Saturday, with the striker looking for more goals against a team who are missing Diego Lugano from the heart of their defence.

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If the England striker scores, William Hill will adjust your account within 24 hours to reflect 4/1.

Roy Hodgson certainly seems determined to attack Uruguay, claiming that England will use every weapon available to get the right result.

“We saw the other night that even a top team like Italy were tested by the quality of our attacking play, so we’re not going to put any of our weapons down,” said Hodgson.

“Any weapon we’ve got, we are going to try and use. We have to make sure that, when we get the ball, we use it because the sort of players we’ve got are capable of hurting the opposition. I thought we did that quite well on Saturday but, when the other side has the ball, we’d better make certain our defending is spot on.

“There is pressure. We want to stay in the competition so we’ve got to get results in the next two games. No one’s running away from that but worrying about it won’t change anything. We have to make certain we are right, that’s all, and that players feel confident we can win the game. It is knockout football, even if it is still the group stage. It is for a lot of teams now: any side who lost their first game is entering the knockout stage already.”