New Wales Boss And Africa Cup Of Nations


William Hill offer 10/1 that Chris Coleman will still be Wales manager in 2017, but offer Even money that he leaves the role in 2013. Wales are 7/1 to qualify for the World Cup with Hills and odds-on to be higher than their current FIFA ranking – 49 – when Coleman departs. ‘Welsh football is thriving at the moment, with Swansea establishing themselves in the Premier League and Cardiff battling for promotion to it, and Coleman’s appointment will bring with expectations of a bold bid to qualify for the next World Cup’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Will Wales FIFA ranking (currently 49) have improved when Chris Coleman leaves the Wales manager job?:
Yes 1/2
No 6/4

In what year will Chris Coleman leave the Wales managers job?:

2012 11/2
2013 EVS
2014 5/1
2015 3/1
2016 9/1
2017 or later 10/1

World Cup 2014 Qualifying group A:

Croatia 7/4
Serbia 2/1
Belgium 9/4
Scotland 16/1
Wales 20/1
Macedonia 66/1

Wales to qualify for World cup 2014: 7/1……..1/16 not to.

Who will finish higher in the World Cup 2014 Qualifying group A:

Scotland 8/11
Wales EVS

Wednesday 29th February 19.45
Wales 1/2
Draw 12/5
Costa Rica 5/1


You Bet Africa Cup Of Nations Will Be Massive Draw For English Fans

The Africa Cup Of Nations starts on Saturday and with a number of English based players taking part, William Hill are offering 9/4 that eleven or more goals in the tournament are scored by Premier League players. Two Premier League players in Didier Drogba and Demba Ba are the first and second favourites at 4/1 and 6/1 respectively to win the tournament’s Golden Boot and they also head Hill’s top Premier League scorer market at 7/4 and 7/2.

“The Africa Cup of Nations is always an exciting affair and with so many English based players involved is always a huge draw for fans of the British game,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “With the lack of some of the traditional big hitters of African football such as Egypt, Nigeria and Cameroon, the competition could be the most open for some time.”

Will a Premier League player be sent off during the tournament?: 2/1 yes; 4/11 no

Total ‘Premier League Goals’: 7/1 four or less; 11/4 five or six; 5/2 seven or eight; 10/3 nine or ten; 9/4 eleven or more

Highest scoring first round match:
3/1 Ivory Coast/Sudan
7/2 Ghana/Botswana
11/2 Mali/Guinea
6/1 Senegal/Zambia
7/1 Burkina Faso/Angola
7/1 Gabon/Niger
7/1 Morocco/Tunisia
10/1 Equatorial Guinea/Libya

Top Premier League Scorer At African Cup Of Nations: 7/4 Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast); 7/2 Demba Ba (Senegal); 5/1 Papiss Cisse (Senegal); 7/1 Salomon Kalou (Ivory Coast); 10/1 Gervinho (Ivory Coast); 12/1 Marouane Chamakh (Morocco); 16/1 Yaya Toure (Ivory Coast); 20/1 Adel Taarabt (Morocco); 33/1 Chieck Tiote (Ivory Coast); 50/1 Bertrand Traore (Burkina Faso); 50/1 Mohamed Diame (Senegal); 66/1 Kolo Toure (Ivory Coast); 100/1 Armand Traore (Senegal)

Outright winner: 6/4 Ivory Coast; 9/2 Ghana; 11/2 Senegal; 9/1 Tunisia; 9/1 Morocco; 14/1 Mali; 20/1 Gabon; 25/1 Burkina Faso; 25/1 Guinea; 33/1 Angola; 40/1 Libya; 40/1 Zambia; 66/1 Botswana; 66/1 Equatorial Guinea; 66/1 Niger; 100/1 Sudan

Top Goalscorer: 4/1 Didier Drogba; 6/1 Demba Ba; 7/1 Asamoah Gyan; 10/1 Pappis Cisse; 10/1 Maadou Niang; 12/1 Moussa Sow; 14/1 Salomon Kalou; 16/1 Gervinho; 20/1 BAR

Winning Nation/Top Goalscorer Doubles: 7/1 Ivory Coast & Didier Drogba; 14/1 Ghana & Asamoah Gyan; 16/1 Senegal & Demba Ba; 25/1 Ivory Coast & Gervinho; 33/1 Senegal & Mamadou Niang; 33/1 Senegal and Pappis Cisse; 33/1 Ivory Coast & Salomon Kalou; 40/1 BAR

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

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