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Bookmakers face a huge payout if England win Euro 2016, with Roy Hodgsons men well-backed to at least reach the quarter-finals. Hodgsons men - who start their bid against Russia in Marseille on Saturday - go into the tournament following a perfect qualifying campaign and a 100 per cent record in their warm-up games.But while a patriotic punt is no surprise, Sky Bets market suggests there is real hope the Three Lions could end their 50-year wait for a major trophy in France. Sky Sports Euro 2016 predictor Make your predictions with our interactive wall chart here Only Didier Deschamps hosts, plus Germany and Spain are shorter in the betting to win Euro 2016 than England, who are widely expected to feature in the latter stages of the tournament. Thomas Mullers Germany - the current world champions - are second favourites behind hosts France With a few new faces and on the back of a flawless qualifying campaign, England have every reason to be confident ahead of the Euros, said Sky Bets Sandro Di Michele.Germany dont look the same side they were at the World Cup and Spains preparation hasnt been great, so this is a good chance to go a long way and well be staring at another huge payout if they follow Leicesters lead. Can Leicesters Jamie Vardy and Tottenhams Harry Kane fire England to glory? England are into 8/13 for a run to the last eight at least - a price which has been cut from an opening 4/5.Hodgsons side are 9/1 in the outright book, with Wales declared an outside chance at 80/1, the Republic of Ireland a 150/1 punt and Northern Ireland deemed a 250/1 long shot alongside fellow least-fancied sides Albania and Hungary. Northern Ireland are 250/1 outsiders in France But Sky Bet reckon France are fully deserving of their position as favourites.Trader Ivor Davies said: I still think theres mileage in the current France price (3/1) and am not at all surprised theyve been backed from 10/11 to 8/11 to make the semis.They have star quality and home advantage and we want them on-side, with the three who follow them in the betting sure to be much worse results - particularly England - although our worst result is in fact Northern Ireland. Who will win the Golden Boot? Kane, Muller, Ronaldo? We assess some of the contenders France striker Olivier Giroud has been supported in the top goalscorer market alongside Harry Kane, with both into 14/1, while favourite Thomas Muller has also been strong at 7s. Will Arsenals Olivier Giroud bag the Golden Boot gong on home soil? Ahead of the first round of matches, Poland are 4/6 from 5/6 to beat Northern Ireland and the bookmaker reports plenty of support for Austria - considered dark horses by many and bankers to beat Hungary at 4/6 from 10/11.England are strong 10/11 favourites to beat Russia, with Kane and Artem Dzyuba tipped as first goalscorers for their countries at 4/1 and 6/1 respectively.*All Sky Bet odds subject to fluctuationHow far do you think England, Wales, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland will go? Let us know by leaving a comment online or tweeting @SkyFootballFollow every game at Euro 2016 with live blogs on skysports.com and the Sky Sports apps. Also See: Mersons Euro predictions Euro 2016: Ultimate Guide Rank the Euro kits! Euro 2016 fixtures Air Jordan 6 Retro For Sale . -- The Denver Broncos are shuffling their offensive line this off-season and Orlando Franklin provided some insight into their plans Monday by tweeting that hes moving from right tackle to left guard. 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Check out the duster for yourself.The Oscar Pistorius murder trial is underway. On the first day of trial, Michelle Burger, a neighbour of Pistorius, took the stand and set the stage for the prosecutions case. She testified that she heard Reeva Steenkamp cry for help. "I was sitting in bed and I heard her screams," Burger testified. "She screamed terribly and she yelled for help. I heard the screams again. It was worse. It was more intense. Just after her screams, I heard four shots. Four gun-shots... You could hear it was blood curdling screams. You cant translate it into words. The anxiousness in her voice, and fear. It leaves you cold. She screamed terribly and she yelled for help." We know that Pistorius has admitted to killing Steenkamp. The issue being determined at trial is whether he killed her intentionally, or as Pistorius alleges, he killed her by accident. This is his version: "During the early hours of the morning I brought two fans in from the balcony. I had shortly before spoken to Reeva who was in bed beside me. Unbeknown to me, Reeva must have gone to the toilet in the bathroom at the time I brought in the fans, closed the sliding doors and drew the blinds and the curtains. I heard the bathroom window sliding open, I believed that an intruder or intruders had entered the bathroom through the bathroom window which was not fitted with burglar bars. I approached the bathroom armed with my firearm, so as to defend Reeva and I. At that time I believed Reeva was still in the bed. The discharging of my firearm was precipitated by a noise in the toilet which I, in my fearful state, knowing I was on my stumps, unable to run away or properly defend myself physically believed to be the intruder or intruders coming out of the toilet to attack Reeva and me." So lets address some of the more important parts of the trial. Understanding the Charges The key charge against Pistorius is premeditated murder. Premeditated murder requires an intent to murder plus planning the murder. Based upon what we know, expect the prosecution to have a tough time establishing premeditated murder. As support for the charge, the prosecution will argue that the act was planned (or premeditated) since he took the time to put on his prosthetic legs before walking to the bathroom and firing four deadly shots. However, that by itself wont likely be enough to establish the requisite planning element. Premeditation is reserved for more robust planning and generally doesnt capture an intent that materialized right before a crime was committed. For those that like precedents, in the case of State v. Raath, a South African Court ruled that a father forcing his son to remove a firearm from the safe to kill the sons mother was not sufficient to constitute premeditated murder. However, that doesnt mean Pistorius walks. Not even close. Even if the prosecution cant make out premeditated murder, it can still get Pistorius on the lesser charge of murder. In order establish murder, they only need to show that he intended to kill Steenkamp (no planning element needed). Should the prosecution fail on murder, there is another lesser charge that could come into play: culpable homicide. This charge means that Pistorius negligently killed Steenkamp (or that the killing was an accident). And this is what Pistorius is alleging - he killed Steenkamp by accident. He thought she was an intruder. Prison Time Premeditated murder would get Pistorius a compulsory life sentence, while murder would result in a compulsory sentence of 15 years. For culpable homicide, the sentencing is discretionary (varies from fines to prison time), although its not unusual to see prison time in South Africa of 5-10 years for this type of crime. No Jury System & Judge Masipa South Africa does not have a jury sysstem.dddddddddddd Juries at times render unexpected or unusual decisions. They can also be swayed by public sentiment and emotion, while also potentially distracted by celebrity and irrelevant facts. A judge, however, is more likely to focus on the facts and make a ruling based upon those facts. The judge is charged with ensuring a just result and on that basis, will carefully review and consider all the facts of a case. Judge Thokozile Masipa is presiding over the trial. Masipa has a reputation for being tough on cases that involve crimes against women. In May 2013, Masipa ordered serial rapist Shepherd Moyo to serve a jail sentence of 252 year sentence. She hoped the sentence would serve as a "deterrent." Given her intolerance for violence against women, Judge Masipa is perhaps not the ideal judge for Pistorius. South Africa, by the way, has the highest reported rate globally of females murdered by shooting in a country not engaged in war. Thats another reason this case matters. The Case The trial has only just begun. More witnesses will testify and further evidence will be presented. So its tough to know how this will end for Pistorius. Still, there are a number of improbabilities with Pistorius version of the events. How did he not know Steenkamp was not in bed when he walked right by her? Wouldnt Steenkamp have yelled in the bathroom after the first shot was discharged? As well, witnesses have reported seeing the lights on, contradicting Pistorius account that it was pitch dark in his room. As well, Steenkamps wounds suggest she was not sitting on toilet on left hand side of bathroom but rather on right side of bathroom. This suggests she was hiding from Pistorius. Also key is whether Pistorius and Steenkamp argued that night. The prosecution has already produced witnesses who testified that they heard shouting and screaming. This helps the prosecutions argument that this was a quarrel that tragically escalated to murder. As well, the couples mobile phone records could provide helpful insight as to what happened that night. Steenkamp is said to have had her phone with her in the bathroom when she was shot. Was she contacting the authorities or friends for help as an enraged Pistorius charged toward her? It is unusual for someone to take their phone to the bathroom in the middle of the night (unless they feel threatened) and the prosecution will undoubtedly raise that. There is more. Pistorius told authorities he could not remember the password to his own cell phone. As a result, authorities took the phone to Apple headquarters to have it unlocked. This raises the possibility that Pistorius may have been hiding incriminating messages. Forensic evidence will also be presented, which can be quite effective in piecing together what really happened that night. For example, each drop of blood in the bathroom can help determine if Steenkamp was sitting, standing or moving at the time she was shot. Pistorius rage issues will also come into play. As for the defence, they will argue that the shooting was a tragic mistake - but a mistake nonetheless. They will also focus on contradictions and inconsistencies in statements made by witnesses to police and their answers in court. In fact they have started challenging witnesses, attacking not only their recollection of events, but also the plausibility of their claims that they could hear the couple argue from their homes. Pistorius claims lack believability and veracity. Ultimately, it would not be a surprise to see Pistorius convicted of murder and sentenced to 15 years in jail, particularly with a Judge like Masipa presiding over the trial. That being said, there is still a lot of track to cover and much evidence to consider. Still, Pistorius is facing an uphill battle. ' ' '

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