Can Ireland Succeed Or Will They Get Caught In A Trap? England/france Biggest Group Game

Group C kicks off on Sunday with Italy 4/1 to defeat Euros holders Spain who are 8/11 for the three points and 4/7 to win the group. Hills are offering a goals match bet for the game tomorrow and make Torres 9/4 to outscore Mario Ballotelli with the Italian 16/5 to do likewise.

Republic of Ireland face a tough challenge in group C with Italy and Spain favoured to go through and they are the 13/5 outsiders to win their opening game against Croatia. Robbie Keane netted seven times in qualifying and he is 13/2 to grab the first goal of the game although Everton’s star man, Nikica Jelavic heads the market at 11/2. Hills offer 12/5 that Jelavic scores more than Robbie Keane in Sunday’s match with the LA Galaxy striker 13/5.

“It is going to be tricky for Republic of Ireland but Trappatoni’s men are a well organised unit and if there is anyone at the tournament who might be able to trump the Italians, it will be him,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Group C:

Winner: 4/7 Spain; 11/4 Italy; 7/1 Croatia; 14/1 Ireland

Opening matches:
8/11 Spain; 4/1 Italy; 5/2 Draw
13/5 Republic of Ireland; 13/10 Croatia; 19/10 draw

Goalscorer match bets:
9/4 Torres; 16/5 Ballotelli; 8/11 tie
13/5 Keane; 12/5 Jelavic; 4/5 tie
*in both cases, both players must start match otherwise bets are void

To qualify (not qualify): 1/9 Spain (5/1); 8/13 Italy (6/5); 13/8 Croatia (4/9); 7/2 Republic of Ireland (1/6)

Republic of Ireland specials:

How many Group C points: 7/2 none; 5/2 one; 7/1 two; 10/3 three; 9/2 four; 25/1 five; 14/1 six; 40/1 seven; 150/1 nine

How many group goals scored: 6/4 under two; 1/1 two or three; 7/2 over three

How many group goals conceded: 12/5 under four; 8/5 four or five; 5/4 over five

Tournaent highest scorer: 10/3 Robbie Keane; 6/1 no scorer; 6/1 Kevin Doyle; 10/1 John Walters; 10/1Shane Long; 12/1 Simon Cox; 14/1 Aiden McGeady; 14/1 James McLean; 16/1 Damien Duff; 20/1 BAR

Stage of Elimination: 1/5 group stage; 9/2 quarter finals; 12/1 semi finals; 33/1 runner up; 80/1 winner

ENGLAND VS FRANCE: BIGGEST MATCH OF THE GROUP STAGES FOR BOOKIES

William Hill are looking at the France/England game as being one of the biggest, in terms of betting turnover, in the whole tournament with over £15m industry wide set to be staked on the game. Over 200,000 bets will be placed over Hill’s shop counters alone on Monday and up to 20,000 bets will be placed on the outcome during the 90 minutes of the game.

“We think that this match could be the highest turnover game of the group stages,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

France are the 6/4 favourites to win the match with England 11/5 and the draw 19/10, while Karim Benzema is the 11/2 favourite to open the scoring.

Goals match bet – England vs England based French players: 4/9 England; 5/1 France; 11/4 tie
*Nasri, Ben Arfa, Cabaye, Malouda, Evra, Clichy, Koscielny only

Group D winner:

England top goalscorer: 6/1 Wayne Rooney; 6/1 Steven Gerrard; 6/1 Danny Welbeck; 13/2 Ashley Young; 7/1 Andy Carroll; 9/1 Theo Walcott; 10/1 Jermaine Defoe; 20/1 No goalscorer; 25/1 BAR

England stage of elimination: 6/4 group stage; 15/8 quarter final; 5/1 semi final; 8/1 runner up; 10/1 winner

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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Rooney 10/1 To Be N E X T England Player Sent Off

Who’ll be next England star to see red?
BOOKIES CELEBRATE ‘SEVEN FIGURE EQUALISER’!

MONTENEGRO’s late equaliser was worth £1million+ to bookies William Hill: ‘With all the well fancied sides winning on the night, we were set for a real hammering but the late equaliser was brilliant for us – it saved us from a seven figure payout but still allowed England to qualify for the final stages of the tournament’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
WAYNE ROONEY has been lengthened from 7/2 favourite to 9/2 second favourite to be Englan’s top scorer at the Euro 2012 Finals after his sending off means he will miss at least one game. Hills now make Darren Bent 4/1 favourite and also offer 6 Carroll; 7 Gerrard; 8 Walcott; Young; 9 Welbeck; 10 Defoe. Others on request.
WAYNE ROONEY IS 10/1 favourite with William Hill to be the NEXT England player sent off. ‘Rooney’s suspect temperament is always likely to let him down at crucial monents’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

NEXT ENGLAND PLAYER TO BE SENT OFF –
Wayne Rooney – 10/1
Phil Jones11/1
Steven Gerrard11/1
Ashley Cole11/1
John Terry12/1
Gary Cahill12/1
Andy Carroll14/1
Rio Ferdinand14/1
Scott Parker14/1
Gareth Barry14/1
Stewart Downing14/1
Frank Lampard16/1
Peter Crouch16/1
Joe Hart16/1
Darren Bent20/1
Theo Walcott25/1
Ashley Young25/1
Danny Welbeck25/1
Jermain Defoe25/1

ENGLAND are 9/1 fourth favourites to win Euro 2012 with William Hill who make Spain 11/4 favourites and also offer 4/1 Germany; 5/1 Holland; 10 Italy; 10 France; 16 Portugal; 25 Russia; 33 Ukraine; 40 Croatia/Poland; 66 Greece; Czech Rep; Sweden; 80 Rep Ire; 500 Scotland. Others on request.

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Rooney 11/4 For Increased Euro Ban As Joint Favs To Succeed Worthington

11/4 ROONEY TO GET INCREASED EURO BAN

William Hill offer 11/4 that Wayne Rooney’s one match Euro 2012 finals’ suspension will be increased, and 1/ 4 that it will remain as it is. ‘Rooney’s hopes of keeping the ban at one match appear to be boosted by the referee’s comments that he accepted his sending off without protest, and it is in England’s best interests that that is the case’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
With the possibility of an increased ban Hills have lengthened their odds for Rooney to go straight back into the starting line up for the next game for which he is eligible from 2/ 5 to 1/ 2, and have shortened the odds that he will not, from 7/4 to 6/4. ‘The more games he misses the less likely he is to come straight back in, particularly if the side does well in his absence’ said Sharpe.

**WAYNE ROONEY has been lengthened from 7/2 favourite to 9/2 second favourite to be Englan’s top scorer at the Euro 2012 Finals after his sending off means he will miss at least one game. Hills now make Darren Bent 4/1 favourite and also offer 6 Carroll; 7 Gerrard; 8 Walcott; Young; 9 Welbeck; 10 Defoe. Others on request.
WAYNE ROONEY IS 10/1 favourite with William Hill to be the NEXT England player sent off. ‘Rooney’s suspect temperament is always likely to let him down at crucial moments’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

NEXT ENGLAND PLAYER TO BE SENT OFF –
Wayne Rooney – 10/1
Phil Jones11/1
Steven Gerrard11/1
Ashley Cole11/1
John Terry12/1
Gary Cahill12/1
Andy Carroll14/1
Rio Ferdinand14/1
Scott Parker14/1
Gareth Barry14/1
Stewart Downing14/1
Frank Lampard16/1
Peter Crouch16/1
Joe Hart16/1
Darren Bent20/1
Theo Walcott25/1
Ashley Young25/1
Danny Welbeck25/1
Jermain Defoe25/1

MAGILTON AND SANCHEZ FAVOURITES TO SUCCEED WORTHINGTON

William Hill have installed Jim Magilton and Lawrie Sanchez as 9/2 joint favourites to succeed Nigel Worthington as permanent manager of N Ireland.

William Hill…..Next Permanent N Ireland Manager
Jim Magilton 9/2
Lawrie Sanchez 9/2
Iain Dowie 5/1
Sammy McIlroy 6/1
Kenny Shiels 10/1
Alan McDonald 12/1
Danny Wilson 12/1
Jimmy Nicholl 12/1
Michael O’Neill 12/1
Colin Clarke 14/1
Jim Kerr 14/1
Brian Kerr 16/1
Ronnie McFall 16/1
Martin O’Neill 20/1

Others on request

COTTERILL NEW FAVOURITE FOR FOREST JOB

Portsmouth manager Steve Cotterill has been backed down to Even money favourite with William Hill to become the next Forest boss, replacing Roy Keane, who is now 2/1 second favourite. Hills also offer: 5/1 Nigel Clough; John Pemberton; 8/1 Kevin MacDonald; 14/1 Karl Robinson.
‘No doubt Forest want to be sure of getting the right man, but they’ll also want to have that person in place as quickly as possible’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

KEAN V BRUCE TO BE NEXT PREM BOSS OUT?

Steve Kean and Steve Bruce are the two clear favourites to be the next Premier League boss to part company with his club – William Hill make the Blackburn manager 8/13favourite, with Bruce a 5/4 chance. ‘These two desperately need a sudden improvement in their Premier League fortunes or they could be on the way out sooner rather than later’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Owen Coyle is 8/1 third favourite with Hills who also offer 12/1 Moyes; Warnock; 14/1 Wenger. Others on request.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

T: 020 8918 3731
M: 07803 233702
E: gsharpe@williamhill.co.uk
Twitter- @sharpeangle

William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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You Bet Watford Going Westley

WATFORD GOING WESTLEY?

William Hill have installed Brian Laws as 6/4 favourite to be Watford’s next permanent manager, with Stevenage boss Graham Westley 11/4 second favourite. ‘Elton John could yet prove a contender at 500/1 but whoever gets the job is likely to be fighting relegation after the club lost both their manager and star striker in quick succession said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
WATFORD ARE 7/2 TO GO DOWN WITH Hills WHO MAKE THEM 16/1 TO BE PROMOTED AND 40/1 TO WIN THE CHAMPIONSHIP.’

Brian Laws….6/4
Graham Westley…11/4
Sean Dyche…10/3
Mark Robins…5/1
Paul Dickov…6/1
Chris Hughton…9/1
Aidy Boothroyd….10/1
Dave Jones…..10/1
Gary Waddock10/1
Phil Parkinson10/1
Neal Ardley11/1
Derek McInnes10/1
David Kerslake14/1
Glyn Hodges14/1
Kevin Blackwell14/1
Lawrie Sanchez14/1
Billy Davies14/1
Roberto Di Matteo14/1
John Hughes20/1
Justin Edinburgh20/1
Lee Clark20/1
Pat Fenlon20/1
Peter Reid20/1
Alan Shearer20/1
Alan Curbishley20/1
Gareth Southgate20/1
George Burley20/1
Gianfranco Zola20/1
Alan Irvine20/1
Chris Coleman25/1
Dean Holdsworth33/1
Gordon Strachan33/1
Paul Ince33/1
Terry Butcher33/1
Elton John500/1

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Bellamy 14/1 For Cardiff Job

DAVIES FOR CARDIFF JOB?

William Hill have installed Billy Davies as 5/1 favouriote to be next Cardiff manager, with Craig Bellamy rated a 14/1 chance to take over. ‘As ever with these jobs we expect to see a volatile market as various contenders are backed’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Next Cardiff Manager

William Hill ODDS:
Billy Davies5/1
Chris Hughton6/1
Roberto Di Matteo6/1
Gordon Strachan12/1
Paul Ince12/1
Aidy Boothroyd12/1
Alan Irvine12/1
Roy Keane12/1
Gareth Southgate14/1
Mark Robins14/1
Craig Bellamy14/1
Chris Coleman14/1
Phil Parkinson14/1
Kevin Blackwell16/1
Alan Curbishley16/1
Lee Clark16/1
Peter Reid16/1
Sean O’Driscoll16/1
John Toshack20/1
Martin O’Neill20/1
Phil Brown20/1
Gianfranco Zola20/1
Gus Poyet20/1
Ian Holloway20/1
Malky Mackay20/1
Ray Wilkins25/1
David O’Leary33/1

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Stoke 5/4 For Euro Exit At The First…tevez 8/13 To Leave Before Next Season

Manchester City are 2/5 with William Hill to win this year’s FA Cup and are 5/6 to win during 90 minutes. Whatever the result, however, Stoke have qualified for the Europa League, however, victory in the tournament does not appear likely, with the Potters offered at 80/1. A more likely outcome is an exit in the qualifying stages, offered at 5/4. Stoke’s manager Tony Pulis is 4/1 to be named LMA manager of the year. Manchester City, on the other hand, have qualified for the Champions League and Hills are betting on who Mancini will reinforce his squad with first in the summer, making Gary Cahill the 6/1 favourite, followed by Leighton Baines at 8/1. Carlos Tevez had a set-to with Mancini during the Tottenham game and Hills now make him odds on, at 8/13 to have left City by the first game of next season.

“With both sides competing for their first major trophy since the seventies, City appear to have the upper hand,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “But it could be argued that with European football secured for next season, the hard work begins in earnest after the FA Cup Final.”

William Hill FA Cup Final:

90 Minutes: 5/6 Man City; 10/3 Stoke; 21/10 Draw

FA Cup Outright: 2/5 Manchester City; 2/1 Stoke

Manchester City First Match Goalscorer: 5/1 Carlos Tevez; 11/2 Mario Balotelli; 6/1 Edin Dzeko; 15/2 Jo; 9/1 David Silva; 10/1 Yaya Toure; 12/1 Adam Johnson; 14/1 BAR

Stoke City First Match Goalscorer: 9/1 Kenwyne Jones; 10/1 Jon Walters; 10/1 John Carew; 14/1 Matthew Etherington; 16/1 BAR

Carlos Tevez to finish game*: 5/4 Yes; 4/7 No
*must start for bets to stand

Mancini to be at Manchester City first day of next season: 1/2 Yes; 6/4 No

Tony Pulis to be named as 2010/11 LMA manager of the year: 4/1

Tevez to still be at Manchester City on first day of next season: 6/5 Yes; 8/13 No

Man City to finish 3rd in Premier League: 3/1

Stoke City Stage of elimination 11/12 Europa League: 5/4 Qualifying/Playoff Stage; 7/4 Group Stage; 5/1 Round of 32; 8/1 Round of 16; 16/1 Quarter Final; 20/1 Semi Final; 50/1 Runners Up; 80/1 Winners

Stoke to score within 20 seconds of a Rory Delap throw in: 7/2

Manchester City’s first signing of the Summer transfer window: 6/1 Gary Cahill; 8/1 Leighton Baines; 9/1 Wesley Sneijder; 9/1 Jose Enrique; 9/1 Clarence Seedorf; 10/1 Kaka; 10/1 Zlatan Ibrahimovic; 10/1 Alexis Sanchez; 10/1 Edison Cavani; 12/1 Phil Jagielka; 14/1 Javier Pastore; 16/1 Sergio Aguero; 16/1 Fernando Gago; 20/1 Neymar; 33/1 Andres Iniesta; 50/1 Wayne Rooney

Further Information…Joe Crilly…0208 918 3746 / 07850 518 164

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Gus Or Kenny Set To Make A Killing At Killie

Following Mixu Paatelainen leaving Kilmarnock, William Hill have installed former St Mirren manager, Gus MacPhearson, and current Killie first team coach (and caretaker manager) Kenny Shiels as the 2/1 joint favourites. Jim McIntyre is a 7/2 shot while the rest of the contenders are 8/1 or bigger.

“There appear to be three big contenders at the moment and we fully expect that these will be the first three people that the Killie board will speak to,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Next Kilmarnock Boss:

Outright: 2/1 Gus MacPhearson; 2/1 Kenny Shiels; 7/2 Jim McIntyre; 8/1 Gordon Chisholm; 8/1 John Hughes; 14/1 Alex Rae; 14/1 John Collins; 14/1 Mark McGhee; 16/1 Ian McCall; 16/1 John McGlynn; 20/1 Derek Adams; 20/1 Tommy McLean; 25/1 Billy Dodds; 33/1 Ian Durrant; 33/1 Thomas Hassler; 40/1 Gordon Strachan; 40/1 Jimmy Nicholl; 50/1 Jimmy Calderwood

Further Information…Joe Crilly…0208 918 3746 / 07850 518 164

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Drogba On His Way ? You Can Bet On It

DROG ON HIS WAY? YOU CAN BET ON THAT………….

WITH REPORTS suggesting that Drogba is unsettled at Chelsea, William Hill are quoting him at 13/8 to have left the club by the first day of next season, while his under-pressure manager Carlo Ancelotti is a 5/6 chance to leave by then. ‘Everyone agrees Chelsea have an ageing side and the break up has to begin sooner or later, and if they win nothing this season it may well be sooner. The arrival of Torres could be advance warning of a changing of the old guard’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills offer 1/10 that Chelsea will fail to lift a trophy this season.

**Still at Chelsea first day of next season?YES NO
Carlo Ancelotti………………………………..5/6……5/6
Ashely Cole…………………………………..1/8…….9/2
Frank Lampard……………………………….1/12…..6/1
Petr Cech………………………………………1/12…..6/1
John Terry………………………………………1/10….11/2
Michael Essien………………………………..1/9……5/1
Didier Drogba…………………………………..4/9…..13/8
Nicloas Anelka………………………………..2/5……7/4
Florent Malouda……………………………….1/7…..4/1

TORRES 6/5 TO BREAK CHELSEA DROUGHT V MAN U

TORRES is 6/5 with William Hill to score his first Chelsea goal against Manchester United this week. But Hills offer 7/1 that the elusive opener will not arrive in the cluib;s next five games.
When will Torres first score for Chelsea…..6/5 v Man U this week; 13/8 v Blackpool; 9/2 v FC Copenhagen; 8/1 v Man C; 11/1 v Stoke; 7/1 not in any of these games.

HOW MANY POINTS WILL UNITED/CHELSEA TAKE FROM THEIR TWO PREM GAMES…..

CHELSEA are 11/2 – and Manchester United 5/1 – to take a maximum six points from their two forthcoming Premier League games against each other.

Chelsea Points [vs Man Utd]
6…11/2
4….3/1
3….15/8
2…..9/1
1…..11/4
0…..9/2

Man Utd Points [vs Chelsea]
6….5/1
4….11/4
3….15/8
2….9/1
1…3/1
0….11/2

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2/1 Gunners To Fail To Beat Chelsea Or United This Season

William Hill ARSENAL VERSUS CHELSEA SPECIALS……..

GUNNERS 2/1 NOT TO BEAT CHELSEA/UNITED FOR REST OF SEASON

WITH ARSENAL having gone 11 games since beating either Chelsea or Manchester United, William Hill are offering 2/1 about the record continuing in all competitions for the remainder of this campaign, and 4/11 that Arsenal will finally beat at least one of them at some stage this term. ‘These runs are invariably eventually broken – but Gunners’ fans know that if this one continues beyond this season then they will find it even more difficult to win a trophy’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

WHO’LL GO FIRST – CARLO OR ARSENE?

Carlo Ancelotti is 4/9 favourite with William Hill to leave Chelsea before Arsene Wenger departs Arsenal. Hills offer 13/8 vice versa. ‘We think Carlo’s job is under more pressure than Arsene’s, even though the Arsenal boss has gone several seasons without winning anything’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills…TO LEAVE JOB FIRST…4/9 Ancelotti; 13/8 Wenger.

ARSENAL are 7/4 to win no major trophy this season with Hills who make Chelsea 5/6 to do likewise.

WHEN WILL ARSENAL NEXT WIN ?

Chelsea (H)7/5
Wigan (A)5/4
Birmingham (A)5/1
Man City (H)20/1
None of above16/1

WHEN WILL CHELSEA NEXT WIN ?

Arsenal (A)8/5
Bolton (H)5/6
Aston Villa (H)15/2
Wolves (A)25/1
None of above16/1

**ANY POSTPONEMENTS, BETS VOID. ANY TO BE RESCHEDULED GAMES EXCLUDED

ARSENAL NOT TO BEAT EITHER CHELSEA OR MAN UTD IN ANY COMPETITION THIS SEASON: 2/1 NOT TO 4/11 TO DO SO.

THEO WALCOTT – When will he come in, if not starting?

Before 70th minute5/2
70th – 75th minute2/1
76th – 80th minute13/8
81st minute plus10/3

IF DRIGBA STARTS– 6/4 to be subbed; 1/ 2 to finish the game.

HILL’S ODDS FOR FIRST PLAYER CARDED…..
Alexandre Song9/1
Sebastian Squillaci9/1
Michael Essien10/1
Branislav Ivanovic10/1
Jose Bosingwa10/1
Laurent Koscielny10/1
Cesc Fabregas11/1
Yuri Zhirkov11/1
Ashley Cole11/1
John Obi Mikel11/1
Paulo Ferreira11/1
Daniel Sturridge12/1
Jack Wilshere12/1
Denilson12/1
John Terry12/1
Bakari Sagna12/1
Robin Van Persie14/1
Samir Nasri14/1
Frank Lampard14/1
Andrei Arshavin14/1
Tomas Rosicky14/1
Emmanuel Eboue14/1
Patrick Van Aanholt14/1
Jeffrey Bruma14/1
Gael Clichy14/1
Johan Djourou14/1
Didier Drogba16/1
Florent Malouda16/1
Abou Diaby16/1
Ramires16/1
Marouane Chamakh20/1
Nicolas Anelka20/1
Salomon Kalou20/1
Nicklas Bendtner20/1
Carlos Vela20/1
Gael Kakuta20/1
Theo Walcott25/1
Josh McEachran25/1

One fifth the odds a place 1,2,3.

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11/4 United’s Title With Chelsea Runners Up

11/4 UNITED – CHELSEA 1-2 IN TITLE RACE

William Hill offer 11/4 that Manchester United will win the title with Chelsea runners-up, and offer 3/1 they finish vice versa. ‘Despite Arsenal topping the table we think the title race will come down to United and Chelsea’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

MANCHESTER UNITED are 7/4 favourites to win the Premier League with William Hill who make Chelsea 2/1 second favourites with Arsenal 7/2; Man C 6/1; Spurs 40/1; Liverpool 125/1.

TO FINISH 1-2….11/4 United-Chelsea; 3/1 Chelsea- United; 7 Chelsea- Arsenal; 8 Arsenal-Chelsea; 8 Arsenal- Man U;
10 Chelsea- City; 12 United- City; 16 City- United; 16 City- Chelsea. Others on request.

TO FINISH IN TOP 4 – 1/33 Man U; 1/20 Chelsea; 1/16 Arsenal; 4/11 Man C; 15/8 Spurs; 5 Liverpool.

**TO FINISH SEASON WITH MORE POINTS…..MAN UTD – 1/2……TIE – 12/1…….ARSENAL – 13/8

FIRST CARDED PLAYER UNITED V ARSENAL:

Paul Scholes9/1……Alexandre Song10/1…..Denilson10/1…..Gary Neville11/1……Laurent Koscielny11/1…….Wayne Rooney11/1
Nani11/1…..Nemanja Vidic11/1…..Patrice Evra11/1…..Rafael11/1…..Sebastian Squillaci12/1…..Bakari Sagna12/1…Gael Clichy12/1…..Wes Brown12/1…..Abou Diaby12/1……Jack Wilshere12/1…….Thomas Vermaelen12/1…..Darren Fletcher14/1
Fabio14/1….Cesc Fabregas14/1…..Kieran Gibbs14/1…..Park Ji-Sung14/1…..Anderson14/1…..Chris Smalling14/1
Jonny Evans14/1….Michael Carrick16/1…..Emmanuel Eboue16/1…..Johan Djourou16/1…..John O’Shea20/1..Rio Ferdinand20/1
Robin Van Persie20/1….Tomas Rosicky20/1….Ryan Giggs25/1….Marouane Chamakh25/1….Samir Nasri25/1….Nicklas Bendtner25/1…..Andrei Arshavin25/1…..Gabriel Obertan28/1…..Dimitar Berbatov33/1…..Javier Hernandez33/1
Federico Macheda33/1….Bebe33/1…Theo Walcott33/1……Carlos Vela33/1

DROGBA JOINT FAVOURITE TO BE TOP SCORER

DROGBA’s goal against Spurs makes him 4/1 joint favourite with Berbatov to finish the season as Premier League top scorer with Hills who have lengthened unsettled Tevez from 7/2 to 9/2 and also offer 8 Carroll; 12 Torres; 16 Chamakh; 20 Bent.

**William Hill are offering odds of 5/2 that Andy Carroll will start England’s next Euro qualifying match

GRANT CLEAR FAVOURITE TO BE NEXT BOSS OUT

AVRAM GRANT is 11/10 favourite to the be the next Premier League manager to leave his club with William Hill who also offer 6/1 Ancelotti; McCarthy; Mancini; Hodgson; 12 Martinez; 20 Houllier; Hughes; 25 Allardyce; 33 Pardew; 33 No further bosses to go this season.

WOLVES BOOST SURVIVAL HOPES

WOLVES have been lengthened from 4/6 to 4/5 third favourites to be relegated by William Hill who now make them 10/11 to survive.
Hills make West Ham 2/5 favourites for the drop (7/4 to stay up) with Wigan 8/11 (Evens); Blackpool 17/10; Fulham 11/4; Birmingham 3/1; Newcastle 11/2; WBA 7/1.
TO FINISH BOTTOM…7/4 West Ham; 3/1 Wigan; 10/3 Wolves; 11/2 Blackpool; 16 Fulham; 20 Birimingham; 33 Newcastle.

Further information……graham sharpe…..0780 3233702

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