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Larry The Ladbrokes Sportlobster backing England again

| 17.06.2014

England’s World Cup ambitions are hanging in the balance in Brazil and the Three Lions aren’t the only ones feeling the pressure. 

Back in north London, Larry the Ladbrokes Sportlobster’s reputation is also under threat after his disastrous opening prediction!

Our cryptic crustacean’s confidence is shot to pieces after tipping the Three Lions for victory against Italy in Manaus but that hasn’t stopped him getting his claws into tonight’s England clash against Uruguay.

After a few minutes deliberation, Larry’s ‘#Believer’ instincts kicked in and he ignored the pull of Luis Suarez and co to back Roy’s boys for victory once again!

To celebrate the company’s partnership with Sportlobster.com, World Cup expert Larry the Lobster has been exclusively revealing his predictions ahead of England’s group games against Italy, Uruguay and Costa Rica.

Filmed at Hodges Fishmongers in Rayners Lane, Larry made a poor start but is desperate to get back to winning ways.

Otherwise, another defeat could mean our guru finds himself in hot water!

England are 6/5 favourites with Ladbrokes, with Uruguay 13/5 for all three points in this vital Group D clash and the draw available at 5/2.

Of course, you’ve already been busy having your say in our Ladbrokes News poll and this time 65% of our readers believe our World Cup psychic will be happy as Larry come the final whistle in Sao Paulo.

While the majority are siding with Larry all the way, 17% are in favour of a Uruguay victory and 18% are plumping for the spoils to be shared (at the time of writing).

There is still time to have your say so vote in our poll now and make your predictions on Sportlobster right up until kick-off!

Check out Larry’s Uruguay v England prediction below!

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Oliver Yew