QPR were denied a vital goal in their relegation battle against Bolton and are now 1/3 with William Hill to be relegated at the end of the season. Mark Hughes’ reign has got off to a less than auspicious start to say the least and Hills are offering 11/10 that he is no longer QPR boss come the first day of their 2012/13 season(4/6 that he is still there).
Hughes’ odds of departure have changed drastically since yesterday’s defeat and should QPR be relegated, it could well be traced back to that phantom goal. Hills have cut their odds of goal-line technology being introduced following solid punter support and offer 11/4 that the Premier League sees goal-line technology next season.
“After such a vital ‘goal’ was chalked off yesterday, the goal-line technology argument has once again reared its head and it looks as though a resolution may finally be around the corner, but all maybe too little too late for Hughes and QPR” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.
Spurs have now lost two matches on the spin and with Arsenal starting to fire on all cylinders, Hills only make Tottenham slight favourites at 8/13 to be the top London club at the end of the season with Arsenal 9/4 and Chelsea 7/2.
William Hill Odds:
Goal-Line Technology to be introduced by the start of the 2012/13 season: 11/4 yes; 1/4 no
Which league will be the first to introduce goal-line technology: 13/8 SPL; 11/4 EPL; 4/1 Bundesliga; 11/2 La Liga; 7/1 Ligue 1; 8/1 Serie A; 10/1 Eredivisie
Hughes to be manager of QPR on the first day of next season: 4/6 yes; 11/10 no
Premier League relegation: 2/9 Wigan; 3/10 Wolves; 1/3 QPR; 11/8 Bolton; 13/8 Blackburn; 25/1 BAR
Premier League to stay up: 4/9 Blackburn; 8/15 Bolton; 9/4 QPR; 12/5 Wolves; 3/1 Wigan
Top London Club: 8/13 Tottenham; 9/4 Arsenal; 7/2 Chelsea
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