Football betting fans planning to back England to win the 2014 World Cup can now do so at odds of 18/1 at bwin.com.
The Three Lions, who are currently focused on securing their place at Euro 2012, always receive plenty of support from punters back home when they head to a big tournament.
However, following a potentially tricky draw which places them alongside Montenegro, Ukraine, Poland, Moldova and San Marino in Group H of the European qualifying section, they have been pushed out from 16/1 to their current price.
Capello, who will not oversee the campaign as he is due to leave his post after Euro 2012, admitted that England face a tough task to book their spot in Brazil.
“It is not an easy draw,” said Capello. “You have to be really, really focused and play every game like a final.
“We know Montenegro very well and we have to play against them again. Poland are improving and will be really focused and will be tough opponents.
“With Ukraine I remember the game we lost against them in the last match during the qualification for South Africa. Moldova are not so strong, and San Marino the same.”
Meanwhile, holders Spain, who were previously 4/1 joint-favourites with Brazil, are now out to 5/1 after being placed alongside France in Group I.
Laurent Blanc’s men were the second-seeded team all the other big guns wanted to avoid, but being drawn against the world champions has pushed their World Cup odds from 25/1 to 28/1.
Scotland and Wales both remain at 499/1 after being placed in the same group, while Northern Ireland are still available at 999/1.
However, the Republic of Ireland have drifted from 250/1 to 299/1, with Giovanni Trapattoni’s men facing a testing campaign against Germany, Sweden, Austria, Kazakhstan and the Faroe Islands.
Punters who join bwin.com and use their free £25 bet to back England to win World Cup 2014 would pocket £475 if the Three Lions end 48 years of hurt in South America.
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