Rip For Premiership Rivals As Rvp Favourite For Man City Move!

It was the news that all Arsenal fans were dreading, their captain and leading goal scorer Robin van Persie will not sign a new contract and with a year left on his current deal, RVP’s next club is expected to be Manchester City, quoted at 4/9 Hills. City may have some competition in the forms of their cross city rivals, United at 7/2 and Italian champions Juventus at 11/2.

RVP notched 30 goals for the Emirates outfit last season and Hill’s are betting on how many goals they will score in total this year. They scored 72 last season and between 71 and 75 is favoured at 11/4. Between 76-80 is 3/1 but if you take out 30 goals, 60 or less is 12/1. Arsenal are expected to finsh between 2nd and 4th at 4/5. Fifth place is 5/2 and sixth is 5/1.

“Few could argue that Arsenal will not be a weaker side without Robin Van Persie and his goals could also make Man City all but unbeatable!” said Hill’s spokesman Rupert Adams.

Total Arsenal goals 2012/2013 Premier League Season: 11/4: 71-75, 3/1: 76-80, 4/1: 81-85, 9/2: 86 or more, 5/1 66-70, 8/1 61-65, 12/1 60 or less

Arsenal Premier League Finishing Position 2012/13: 4/5 2nd-4th, 5/2 5th, 5/1 6th, 8/1 Winners, 8/1 7th-10th, 33/1 11th or Lower

RVP to still be at Arsenal 1st PL game of the season: 8/13 No, 6/5 Yes

Robin Van Persie’s Next Club: 4/9 Manchester City, 7/2 Manchester United, 11/2 Juventus, 10/1 Chelsea, 12/1 Real Madrid, 16/1 Barcelona, 25/1 PSG, 33/1 AC Milan, 33/1 Inter Milan, 50/1 Ajax, 50/1 Bayern Munich, 66/1 Feyenoord, 80/1 Liverpool, 80/1 Tottenham

Rupert Adams
Media Relations

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Henry, Keepers, Warnock

kEEPERS, 33/1 KEEPER’S GOAL IN FA CUP GAMES

WILLIAM HIL offer 33/1 that any keeper will score in any of the this weekend’s (Sat,Sun,Mon) FA Cup games.

Thierry 3/1 to come on and score, but:
WILL IT BE HENRY WHO LEEDS FROM THE FRONT?

WITH Thierry Henry likely to return to the Arsenal team for their FA Cup match against Leeds on Monday, William Hill offer 1/ 2 that he will extend his amazing run of scoring against Leeds in the last five games he has played against them, if he starts – and 3/1 that he is on target coming on as sub, should he start on the bench. ‘Henry has a prolific scoring record against Leeds and it would appear to be written in the stars that he should score on his return to the club’ said ill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill believe Thierry Henry has the same chance of scoring NO goals during his two month spell at Arsenal as he has of scoring three or more in his time there, quoting 2/1 about each eventuality – but they make him an 8/1 chance to strike a blow for the Gunners against their deadly rivals Sputrs, by netting against them. ‘Many punters will be convinced there is an inevitability about Henry returning to haunt Spurs’ added Sharpe.

HENRY TO SCORE V LEEDS – 1/ 2 (if starting); 3/1 if coming on as substitute. 9/4 to score 1st goal; 9/4 last goal; 9/4 two or more; 10/1 hat trick.

HENRY ARSENAL GOALS (1ST team competitive games)
NONE 2/1
ONE 11/4
TWO 3/1
THREE OR MORE 2/1
*Hills OFFER 8/1 THAT THIERRY HENRY WILL SCORE AGAINST SPURS DURING HIS 2 MONTH LOAN SPELL (All in, play or not).

WARNOCK BACKED TO BE NEXT BOSS OUT

NEIL WARNOCK has been cut from 11/2 to 5/2 second favourite by William Hill to be the next Premier League boss to leave his club. ‘His outbursts are becoming ever more outspoken ,Rangers are slipping into relegation trouble, and we’ve started to see cash for him to be the next to go’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. Hills offer 8/11 that Warnock will still be Rangers’ boss on the first day of next season,Evens not.
Steve Kean is 6/5 favourite to be the next boss out with Hills who also offer 7/2 AVB/Coyle; 8/1 McLeish; 12/1 McCarthy; 16/1 no more to go this season. Others on request.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
Twitter- @sharpeangle

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

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

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Henry 8/1 To Score V Spurs And Other Prem Specials

Henry 8/1 to score against Spurs:
HOW MANY GOALS IS THIERRY GUNNER GET?

William Hill believe Thierry Henry has the same chance of scoring NO goals during his two month spell at Arsenal as he has of scoring three or more in his time there, quoting 2/1 about each eventuality – but they make him an 8/1 chance to strike a blow for the Gunners against their deadly rivals Sputrs, by netting against them. ‘Many punters will be convinced there is an inevitability about Henry returning to haunt Spurs’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

HENRY ARSENAL GOALS (1ST team competitive games)
NONE 2/1
ONE 11/4
TWO 3/1
THREE OR MORE 2/1
*Hills OFFER 8/1 THAT THIERRY HENRY WILL SCORE AGAINST SPURS DURING HIS 2 MONTH LOAN SPELL (All in, play or not).

WHO’LL GO DURING TRANSFER WINDOW?

WITH THE TRANSFER WINDOW about to open, William Hill are offering 12/1 that the first £100m transfer involving a Premier League club will take place during 2012.

Premier League players still at clubs after Jan window (loans excluded) –

BALE – 1/10 YES, 11/2 NO
TORRES – 1/10 YES, 11/2 NO
TEVEZ – 7/4 YES, 2/5 NO
ZAMORA – 8/11 YES, EVS NO
CARROLL – 1/10 YES, 11/2 NO
DROGBA – 1/2 YES, 6/4 NO

CAHILL CHELSEA PREM STARTS 2011/12
0-4 7/2
5-8 5/2
9-12 2/1
13+ 2/1

**START FIRST ENG EURO GAME – 7/4 YES, 2/5 NO

WITH CAHILL GOING, Owen Coyle’s future at Bolton looks less assured and Hills currently offer 11/10 he is no longer with the club on the first day of next season, 4/6 that he is still there.

NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO

STEVE KEAN is 1/2 favourite with William Hill to be the next Premier League boss to leave his club. Hills also offer 10/3 Coyle; 8/1 AVB; 9 McLeish; 10 McCarthy; 12 Jol; 14 Warnock; 20 Martinez; 40 Noone else to go this season. Others on request.

Hills– Total Gareth Bale Premier League Goals
7-10 goals11/4
11 – 14 goals13/8
15 – 18 goals15/8
19 or more goals10/3

SPURS FAVS TO RULE LONDON ROOST

Hills– Top London Club
Tottenham11/10
Chelsea11/8
Arsenal9/2
Fulham200/1
QPR400/1

Hills– Bottom London Club
QPR8/15
Fulham11/8
Arsenal150/1
Chelsea200/1
Tottenham250/1

SPURS 14/1 FOR TITLE

William Hill now make Spurs 14/1 third favourites to win the Premier League title, 1/3 to finish in the top four and 6/4 favourites to finish above everyone else in the ‘Without Mancs’ market. ‘Spurs are now serious title contenders and odds on to finish in the top four’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Prem title….5/6 Man C; 5/4 Man U; 14 Spurs; 25 Chelsea; 40 Arsenal; 100 Liverpool (CITY are 5/6 to score a record 104 or more Prem goals this season with Hills who are 5/6 they do not.)
TOP 4- 1/3 Spurs; 4/9 Chelsea; 11/10 Arsenal; 5/2 Liverpool
Without Mancs- 11/10 Spurs (from 6/4) ; 15/8 Chelsea; 3/1 Arsenal; 10 Liverpool.
RELEGATION- 1/2 Blackburn(6/4 stay up); 4/7 Wigan (5/4); 8/11 Bolton (Evens); 6/4 Wolves; 2/1 Swansea; 3/1 QPR; 5/1 Norwich

TOP ON 5TH JAN
MAN CITY 11/10
MAN UTD 4/6

BOTTOM ON 5TH JAN
BLACKBURN 1/8
BOLTON 9/2
WIGAN 7/1
WOLVES 100/1
QPR 100/1

William Hill WEEKEND PREMIER LEAGUE SPECIALS (31ST DEC – 1ST JAN) –

Highest Scoring Match_

Man Utd v Blackburn7/2
Arsenal v QPR5/1
Chelsea v Aston Villa5/1
Bolton v Wolves11/2
Sunderland v Man City13/2
Norwich v Fulham7/1
Stoke v Wigan9/1
Swansea v Tottenham9/1
West Brom v Everton12/1
E/W – 1/5TH ODDS 1-2-3

Highest Scoring Team_

Man Utd11/4
Arsenal4/1
Chelsea4/1
Man City6/1
Tottenham9/1
Stoke14/1
Bolton16/1
Wolves16/1
Norwich20/1
Fulham20/1
Everton25/1
West Brom33/1
Swansea50/1
Sunderland50/1
Wigan50/1
QPR80/1
Aston Villa80/1
Blackburn100/1
E/W – ¼ ODDS 1-2-3

Fastest Scoring Team_

Man Utd6/1
Arsenal8/1
Chelsea8/1
Man City10/1
Bolton11/1
Stoke12/1
Wolves11/1
Tottenham11/1
Norwich12/1
West Brom12/1
Fulham12/1
Everton14/1
Swansea20/1
Sunderland20/1
Wigan20/1
QPR25/1
Aston Villa25/1
Blackburn25/1
E/W – ¼ ODDS 1-2-3

TotalRedCards_

None7/2
One7/4
Two2/1
Three5/1
Four or more6/1

HatTrickScored_
Yes2/1
No4/11

FURTHER information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702
twitter- @sharpeangle

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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Premier League Latest: Arsenal Gunning For Fifth As United Odds On To Stay Unbeaten Longest

Arsene Wenger has made no secret of the fact that his Arsenal side is struggling and William Hill reckon the Gunners will miss out on Champions League football next season. Hills have them at 8/15 to finish 5th or sixth this season while their odds of a top four finish is 9/4. They are 40/1 to win the league and 100/1 to be relegated. Arsene Wenger is 9/4 to have left Arsenal by the end of the season and 8/1 to be the first Premier League manager to leave his job.

Hills offer 13/8 that Arsenal concede over 55 goals this season and are 1/16 to end the season with no silverware.

“Arsenal’s form at the moment is nowhere near the high standards that they have set over the past few years and Nasri and Fabregas appear justified in having left the Gunners in search of silverware,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

In stark contrast to Arsenal’s shaky start, United are five for five this season and are 1000/1 to win every single game this season and 10/1 to remain undefeated all season. They are odds on for the first time this season to win the league, at 4/6 while their cross city rivals are 5/2 to do so. Hills offer 6/4 that Manchester United win the league with City in second while it is 3/1 for City 1st and Utd 2nd.

Wayne Rooney is 13/8 to win the golden boot this season, with Sergio Aguero 11/4.

After the weekend’s matches, there are now only four unbeaten sides in the Premier League and William Hill make Manchester United the 2/5 favourites of the four to remain undefeated for the greatest number of matches. City are 2/1, while Newcastle are 16/1 and Villa 25/1.

Arsenal finishing position: 40/1 winner; 9/4 top four; 8/15 5th or 6th; 6/1 7th – 10th; 10/1 11th-17th; 100/1 relegated

Last team to lose in EPL: 2/5 Man Utd; 2/1 Man City; 16/1 Newcastle; 25/1 Aston Villa

1000/1 Utd to win every match this season

10/1 Utd to remain undefeated all season

Arsenal goals conceded this season: 15/8 under 48; 6/4 49-55; 13/8 over 55

First Premier League manager to go: 4/6 Steve Kean; 9/2 Steve Bruce; 8/1 Arsene Wenger; 9/1 Alan Pardew; 10/1 Neil Warnock; 12/1 David Moyes; 12/1 Harry Redknapp; 16/1 Mick McCarthy; 20/1 BAR

Premier League forecasts: 6/4 Utd/City; 3/1 City/United; 4/1 Utd/Chelsea; 8/1 Chelsea/Utd; 16/1 City/Chelsea; 25/1 Chelsea/City

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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

William Hill Press Office; Greenside House; 50 Station Road; Wood Green; London; N22 7TP

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Arsene In Trouble…8/1 To Be Next To Go, 9/4 To Go This Season

Arsenal’s humbling at the hands of Blackburn have seen William Hill shorten his odds of NOT being at Arsenal on the last day of the season to 9/4. He is 1/3 to still be there. Arsene Wenger is back down to 8/1 to be the next manager to leave their club having drifted out to 12/1 on transfer deadline day.

“Arsene brought in a number of players on transfer deadline day, intended to strengthen the side, but the new faces appear, at first glance, not to have done the trick and Wenger could be out on his Arsene very soon,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Hills offer 10/1 that Arsenal finish in the bottom half and having conceded another two own goals, Arsenal are 4/1 to score at least another five own goals this season. Arsenal are now far and away the Premier League’s leakiest side and Hills offer 13/8 that Arsenal concede over 55 goals this season.

William Hill Odds:

How Many Own Goals Will Arsenal Score This Season: 13/2 None; 5/2 One; 5/2 Two; 9/2 Three; 10/1 Four; 4/1 Five or more

Wenger to be in charge on the last day of the season: 1/3 yes; 9/4 gone

8/1 Arsene Wenger to be next Premier League manager to go

Total Arsenal goals conceded in PL this season: 15/8 under 48; 6/4 49-55; 13/8 55 or more

10/1 Arsenal to finish bottom half this season

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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

William Hill Press Office; Greenside House; 50 Station Road; Wood Green; London; N22 7TP

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Fab Barca Bet ?

************************************** ARSENAL – BARCA SPECIALS *************************************************

FAB BARCA BET?

William Hill offer 6/4 that Arsenal’s Fabregas will be a Barcelona player by the first day of the next Premier League season, but make him 1/2 still to be a Gunner or to have gone anywhere other than Barca. ‘There has been so much speculation about Fabregas leaving Arsenal for Barcelona that many fans seem to regard it as almost a fait accompli, but we’re not convinced it will happen’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

GUNNERS 33/1 TO BEAT BARCA TWICE

William Hill offer 33/1 that Arsenal will win both legs of their Champions League tie with Barcelona, while the Spaniards are 6/4 to do likewise.

90m play – 3/1 Arsenal; 11/4 draw; Barca 5/6…Messi to score in Barca win – 5/4; Fabregas to score in Arsenal win – 8/1
Both teams to score – 4/7 yes; 5/4 no
*Barca to score in 15th min or earlier – 16/5

Over-Under 6.5 goals in both 90 mins combined – 5/6 take your pick.
Arsenal goals in two 90m games – 2.5 – 4/6 UNDER – 11/10 OVER

Barcelona goals in two 90m games– 4.5 – 8/11 UNDER – EVS OVER

To progress……1/4 Barca; 11/4 Arsenal

William Hill……..
Barca Possession… over/under 61.5 – 5/6 each

Some things that happened last time….

**Messi to score 4 or more again – 33/1…… **Any Barca player sent off – 6/1……..**Barca win 1st half/Arsenal win 2nd half – 15/2

**Arsenal come from behind & draw – 8/1……..**Arsenal come from behind and win or draw – 5/1

Ancelotti Evens to be out by next season:
TORRES 6/1 NOT TO SCORE IN NEXT FIVE GAMES

William Hill make Torres 6/1 to fail to score in each of Chelsea’s next five games. Hills offer 5/4 that he breaks his Chelsea duck away to FC Copenhagen away in the Champions League; 15/8 that he gets his first at home to Birmingham; 5/1 home v Man U; 6/1 away v Blackpool; 8/1 home v FC Copenhagen. ‘The longer the goalless run goes the more pressure will be heaped on both Torres and Ancelotti’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
And Hills now offer Evens that Ancelotti will be gone by the first Prem game of next season – 8/11 that he’ll still be there. ‘Ancelotti did not look best pleased after the game and Chelsea’s shakey form is a real problem for his future’ added Sharpe.

Hills….When Will Torres Score His First Chelsea Goal?
Copenhagen [A] CL5/4
Birmingham [H]15/8
Man Utd [H]5/1
Blackpool [A]6/1
Copenhagen [H] CL8/1
None of these fixtures6/1

Must start vs Copenhagen [A] and fixtures must be played in this order.

Ancelotti to still be Chelsea first day of next season?
Yes – 8/11
No – EVS

Chelsea to finish in the Top 4?
Yes – 1/3
No – 9/4

Premier League Outright
Man Utd4/7
Arsenal2/1
Chelsea16/1
Man City20/1
Tottenham66/1

Hills….CHELSEA TO WIN NOTHING THIS SEASON -2/7

FULHAM ARE 11/1 WITH Hills TO GO DOWN.
Further information….graham sharpe…0208 918 3731

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