Au-revoir Allardyce: Avb 20/1 First Man Out!

The Premiership off season has probably never seen so much managerial movement and the latest odds from William Hill suggest that many will not be given much time to deliver. Hills are offering 11/8 that six or more managers leave their current roles during the season and 10/1 that either none or one go!

Sam Allardyce is the 8/1 favourite to be first out of the door, with Chris Hughton, Michael Laudrup and Steve Clarke all 9/1. The new Spurs manager, Andre Villas-Boas, is 20/1 to be first out with Sir Alex Ferguson the 100/1 outsider.

“With so much early movement you would think there would be very few moves in the season but as we all know, football is a results driven business and there aren’t too many second chances in the Premiership! said Hill’s spokesman Rupert Adams.

First Premier League Manager to Leave: 8/1 S Allardyce, 9/1 C Hughton, 9/1 M Laudrup, 9/1 S Clarke, 10/1 P Lambert, 11/1 B Rodgers, 11/1 M Hughes, 11/1 N Adkins, 11/1 R Di Matteo, 11/1 R Martinez, 12/1 M Jol, 16/1 B McDermott, 20/1 A Villas-Boas, 20/1 M O’Neill, 20/1 T Pulis, 25/1 A Pardew, 33/1 D Moyes, 33/1 R Mancini, 50/1 A Wenger, 66/1 No Manager to Leave, 100/1 A Ferguson.

How Many Premier League Managers will leave between the start and end of the 2012/13 Premier League season? 10/1 None or One, 9/4 Two or Three, 11/8 Four or Five, 11/8 Six or More.

Rupert Adams
Media Relations

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Could Moses Lead Chelsea To The Promised Land Again?

With Chelsea having had their first approach for Victor Moses rebuffed William Hill question where he will be at the beginning of next season. So often used to getting their way, Chelsea are 4/7 to land the young striker and 11/8 he will still be at Wigan.

“Abramovich can quite often get like a dog with a bone, as his dogged pursuit of Jose Mourinho has shown in the past and we think that the same determination will prove too much for Wigan this summer,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Chelsea have already signed Eden Hazard and Marko Marin this summer and seem to be on the hunt to strengthen their Champions League winning squad. William Hill believe that 3-4 new signings (4/6) will start on the first day of next season for the Blues. 0-2 is 7/4 and 5+ is 5/1.

Andre Villas Boas is the 2/7 favourite with William Hill to take over at Tottenham despite the clubs links with France boss Laurent Blanc, who is 3/1 for the job. Luka Modric is 8/11 to still be at White Hart Lane for the start of next season. Gareth Bale is 4/9 and Rafael Van der Vaart is 8/15.

“Overlooking his Chelsea experience, AVB has a great managerial record and it would seem that some of the top players will stay to be part of the revolution,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Victor Moses’ Club on the first day of next Season: Chelsea 4/7, Wigan 11/8, QPR 10/1, Arsenal 12/1, Liverpool 16/1, Spurs 16/1, Man City 20/1, Man Utd 20/1

How many new players signed by Chelsea will start first game of next season?

7/4 0-2
4/6 3-4
5/1 5+

Next Permanent Tottenham Manager: 2/7 Villas Boas, 3/1 Blanc, 10/1 Klinsmann, 12/1 Moyes, 12/1 Rangnick, 14/1 Sherwood, 16/1 Martinez, 20/1 Benitez, 25/1 BAR

Still at Tottenham on the first day of next season:

8/11 Modric (1/1 Not)
4/9 Bale (13/8 Not)
8/15 Van der Vaart (11/8 Not)

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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Villa Fans Shouting Ole…

AVB To Swap Blue For Red? Golden Summer For Becks? 150/1 Owen To Chester…

Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has been the subject of a massive nationwide gamble to become the next Aston Villa manager and subsequently his price has crashed from 20/1 to 6/4 favourite in just over an hour. Despite his price collapsing, punters were still desperate to back the former United striker. Paul Lambert is the 2/1 second favourite, having been favourite for most of the time since Alex McLeish was sacked, while Roberto Martinez is 5/1.

“Solskjaer has Premier League pedigree as a player and has proved himself to be quite an efficient manager in his homeland and our punters think that he may now be ready to take the leap into the Premier League,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Rio Ferdinand was left out of Roy Hodgson’s Euro squad and William Hill make the Manchester United defender 8/13 to never play for England again (6/5 he does). John Terry is 1/4 to start England’s first Euros match against France, with Gary Cahill 1/2, Phil Jones 7/4 and Joleon Lescott 2/1.

“Rio Ferdinand has been one of England’s finest defenders over the last decade or so but it now seems that the sun has set on his international career,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Roy Hodgson named his England squad on Wednesday and since the former West Brom manager took over, Hills have seen plenty of support for the Three Lions at the European Championships. “Despite the very recent change in personnel, our punters appear to have faith in Roy who has the experience to stabilise the squad after a tumultuous few months,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

As things stand, Andre Villas-Boas is the 5/4 favourite to take the reins at Liverpool with Roberto Martinez 5/2 and Brendan Rodgers 5/1. “Whoever takes the job at Liverpool will have seriously big boots to fill, but AVB has pedigree despite his not so happy time at Chelsea and he looks like he may be the man to do the job,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

David Beckham is currently in Athens receiving the Olympic torch and Lord Coe has said it would be fantastic if he represented Team GB at the Games. William Hill think that Seb may well get his wish, offering 4/7 that he is present at the London Games as a competitor (5/4 he is not). He is only slightly longer, at 4/6 to start GB’s first match in London indicating that should he go, he will certainly be there to play and not just make up the numbers. GB are 5/1 to win gold in the Olympic Football.

“David Beckham has almost usurped Lord Coe as the face of the London Games and we think his efforts will be rewarded by representing Team GB in the summer,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Chelsea are currently preparing for the Champions League Final and William Hill are offering 7/2 that the Blues lift the trophy and Roberto Di Matteo is offered the manager’s position on a permanent basis. He is 9/4 to get the job if Chelsea lose in the Final although the most likely outcome is that Chelsea lose the Final and Di Matteo fails to get the job.

Michael Owen has been released by Manchester United and Hills reckon that the sharpshooter could be on his way to Stoke City, offering them at 9/2 to be Owen’s next club, although Everton could be waiting in the wings at 6/1 and Aston Villa 7/1. Should he decide to follow in his father’s footsteps, he is 150/1 to play for Chester FC, his boyhood club.

“Despite not quite fitting the bill at United, Owen showed in flashes that he is still a competent player and there will be no lack of suitors for him to have his pick of,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Rio Ferdinand to play for England again: 6/5 yes; 8/13 no

David Beckham Specials

Make The GB Olympic Squad 4/7 Yes, 5/4 No
Play GBs First Game 4/6 Yes, 11/10 No
GB to win the tournament 5/1

Chelsea & Di Matteo Specials

Chelsea win CL & RDM TO get the job 7/2
Chelsea win CL & RDM NOT get the job 13/2
Chelsea to lose CL & RDM TO get the job 9/4
Chelsea to lose CL & RDM NOT get the job 10/11

Next Liverpool manager: 5/4 Andre Villas Boas; 7/2 Roberto Martinez; 5/1 Brendan Rodgers; 7/1 Frank Rijkaard; 8/1 Rafael Benitez; 9/1 Fabio Capello; 12/1 Didier Deschamps; 16/1 BAR

Michael Owen’s next club: 9/2 Stoke; 6/1 Everton; 7/1 Aston Villa; 9/1 Swansea; 10/1 Wigan; 16/1 Sunderland; 16/1 Blackpool; 16/1 Brighton; 20/1 Newcastle; 20/1 Sheffield Wednesday; 25/1 Bolton; 25/1 Liverpool; 25/1 Leicester; 25/1 Blackburn; 33/1 Leeds; 33/1 Wolves; 33/1 Burnley; 66/1 Tranmere; 150/1 Chester FC

Next Aston Villa Manager: 6/4 Solskjaer; 2/1 Lambert; 5/1 Martinez; 10/1 Mick McCarty; 14/1 Simon Grayson; 16/1 Hughton; Ranieri; Poyet; K Macdonald; McDermott…others on request

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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Blanc Cut For Chelsea Job…4/1 Phantom Penalties At Old Trafford…1000/1 Ben Arfa Ballon D’or

Laurent Blanc has been cut from 12/1 to 7/1 to become the next Chelsea boss after various news reports indicating that Roman Abrahmovic is desperate to land the Frenchman as AVB’s permanent replacement. Jose Mourinho is the 9/4 favourite with Roberto Di Matteo 10/3 and Pep Guardiola 9/2. Claudio Ranieri has been sacked as Inter manager and William Hill are offering 3/1 that Andre Villas Boas gets the job.

“Because of what he did at Porto, AVB’s stock is still pretty high despite his nightmare stint at Chelsea and he could be quickly back on the managerial merry-go-round,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Manchester United moved three points clear at the top of the Premier League thanks to referee, Michael Oliver, missing what seemed like a blatant penalty and William Hill are offering 4/1 for any opposition team to win a penalty at Old Trafford during the rest of the season.

“Phantom penalties are nothing new at Old Trafford and the odds suggest that opposition sides will be up against it again,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Having moved three points clear, Hills are now offering a market on how many points Manchester United win the League by. They are 9/4 to fail to win the League and 11/2 to win the league on goal difference. They are 11/4 to win by one to three points and the same price to win by four to six points. They are 4/1 to win the League by seven or more points.

Papiss Demba Cisse has claimed that Hatem Ben Arfa is as good as Messi when he plays at his best but William Hill think the mercurial Frenchman has a way to go to reach those levels, offering 1000/1 that he wins the Ballon D’Or this season, compared to 2/7 Messi and 3/1 Ronaldo.

William Hill Odds:

Next Permanent Chelsea Boss: 9/4 Jose Mourinho; 10/3 Roberto Di Matteo; 9/2 Pep Guardiola; 7/1 Laurent Blanc; 8/1 Joachim Low; 8/1 Rafael Benitez; 10/1 David Moyes; 11/1 Fabio Capello; 20/1 BAR

3/1 AVB to become next Inter Milan manager

How many points will Man Utd win the league by?
Not win the league 9/4
Goal difference 11/2
1-3 points 11/4
4-6 points 11/4
7 points or more 4/1

4/1 Any away side to be awarded a penalty at Old Trafford for the remainder of the season

Ballon D’Or 2012: 2/7 Messi; 3/1 Ronaldo; 1000/1 Ben Arfa

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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Birmimgham 9/4 To Add To Chelsea Worries As Jose In Demand


William Hill make Birmingham 9/4 to knock 1/3 Chelsea out of the FA Cup on Tuesday night – and it is a 7/1 chance that the game will go to penalties. Birmingham are 4/1 to win in 90m, with the draw 5/2, and Chelsea 8/11.
Birmimgham are 12/1 to win in extra time, Chelsea 6/1, and both Chelsea and Birmimgham are 12/1 to win on penalties.

Hills– TO WIN FA CUP- 5/2 Liverpool; Spurs; 7/2 Chelsea; 6 Everton; 9 Sunderland; 16 Stoke; 28 Bolton; 40 Leicester; 50 Birmingham; 150 Stevenage.


BRUM 6TH 4/6
STOKE 10TH 15/8
MAN CITY 19TH 33/1
SPURS 24TH 16/1
VILLA 31ST 20/1


WITH JOSE MOURINHO strongly fancied for a return to Chelsea, William Hill were anticipating taking plenty of bets for him to succeed AVB as permanent boss at Stamford Bridge – so when a Kent punter asked for a £1000 bet on him they were surprised that it was for him to take over at Spurs! ‘Mourinho is being backed to be the next boss at Chelsea, Spurs, Manchester United and England – even a man of his ability is unlikely to be able to complete that set’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.’The available Rafa Benitez and Mourinho are the best fancied Chelsea contenders so far.’
Meanwhile, another ‘next boss’ punter staked £3000 on Harry Redknapp becoming the next England manager. ‘Many punters regard the England job as a fait accompli, but if Spurs continue to concede goals at their current rate it may not be!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills…Next permanent (one year contract or more) manager of Chelsea- 5/2 Jose Mourinho; 5/2 Rafa Benitez; 5/1 Roberto di Matteo; 6/1 Pep Guardiola; Fabio Capello; 14/1 David Moyes; 20/1 Deschamps; Hiddink; Poyet; Rijkaard; Rodgers; Van Marwijk.

Next permanent Spurs boss – 7/2 Mourinho; 9/2 Moyes; 10/1 Ancelotti; Hughton; Rodgers.Others on request.

Next permanent England manager – 1/7 Redknapp; 8/1 Pearce; 9/1 Guardiola; 12 Mourinho; 14 Hodgson. Others on request.


WITH SPECULATION growing that FIFA are set to endorse the introduction of goal-line technology, William Hill have opened a book on which major European league will get to introduce it first and have made the SPL 13/8 favourites. ‘This seems to be a story which has been around forever without actually happening, maybe at last it is imminent. We think the SPL could be well placed to be considered for the honour of staging the first League game to boast goal-line technology.’ Said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Scottish Premier League 13/8
English Premier League 11/4
German Bundesliga 4/1
Spanish La Liga 11/2
French Ligue 1 7/1
Italian Serie A 8/1
Dutch Eredivisie 10/1


William Hill make Arsenal 20/1 to manage to overcome the four goal deficit against AC Milan to make it through to the next round of the Champions League when they face AC Milan on Tuesday night. Arsenal are 23/20 to win the game in 90m, 12/5 to draw, with AC 23/10. Robin Van Persie is 25/1 to score a 90m hat trick. A 4-0 90m win for the Gunners is 40/1, with a 5-0 triumph 125/1.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
TWITTER- @sharpeangle

T: 020 8918 3731
M: 07803 233702

William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
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Tevez 7/4 To Return Against Blackburn…avb On His Way?

Carlos Tevez has reportedly apologised paving the way for his Manchester City return. William Hill think that his return could well come against Blackburn this weekend, offering 7/4 that he plays some part during the game, while the home match against Bolton the following week is 11/8 to be the match in which he makes his return. He is 7/2 to return against Swansea, 7/1 Chelsea, 11/1 Stoke and 15/2 for him to play no part in any of these games.

Hills have opened a market on where Tevez will next ply his trade should he leave Manchester City in the summer and make PSG and Inter Milan the 4/1 favourites to secure his services with AC Milan 5/1. Tevez is Even money to still be at City come the start of next season (8/11 to have left).

“Having Carlos Tevez rot in the reserves helps nobody out and so by apologising, he has now opened the door for a return to the first team and we think he may be pulling on a City shirt sooner rather than later,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

After defeat to Napoli, Chelsea have now failed to win in five games and William Hill make under-pressure manager, Andre Villas Boas 3/1 to have left Chelsea by the time the second leg Champions League match comes around. He is also 2/5 to have left Chelsea by the start of next season (7/4 to still be there). He is now the 8/13 favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave his job.

When will Carlos Tevez next play for Manchester City: 7/4 Blackburn (h); 11/8 Bolton (h); 7/2 Swansea (a); 7/1 Chelsea (h); 11/1 Stoke (a); 15/2 none of these games

Carlos Tevez club at start of 2012/13 Premier League season: 4/1 PSG; 4/1 Inter Milan; 5/1 AC Milan; 7/1 Juventus; 8/1 Real Madrid; 10/1 Corinthians; 12/1 Anzhi Makhachkala; 14/1 Chelsea; 14/1 Liverpool; 16/1 Tottenham; 33/1 Barcelona; 50/1 Manchester United
*bets void if still at Manchester City

Carlos Tevez still at Manchester City come the start of 2012/13 season: 8/11 no; 1/1 yes

AVB to be in his current position on the first day of the 2012/13 Premiership season: Yes 7/4 No 2/5

AVB to no longer be in his current position by kick off of second leg v Napoli: 3/1

Torres to still be at Chelsea on the first day of the 2012/13 Premiership season (loans count as ‘no’): Yes 4/9 No 13/8

Next Permanent Chelsea Manager: 9/2 Jose Mourinho; 6/1 Pep Guardiola; 8/1 Rafa Benitez; 9/1 Fabio Capello; 10/1 David Moyes; 12/1 Guus Hiddink; 16/1 Didier Deschamps; 20/1 Brendan Rodgers; 20/1 Bert van Marwijk; 25/1 BAR

Next Premier League Manager to leave: 8/13 Andre Villas Boas; 4/1 Harry Redknapp; 5/1 No manager to leave; 6/1 Owen Coyle; 8/1 Alex McLeish; 10/1 Steve Kean; 16/1 Roberto Martinez; 20/1 Kenny Dalglish; 20/1 Paul Lambert; 20/1 Roy Hodgson; 33/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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

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Gamble On Arsene To Stay At Arsenal…fa Cup Specials

Arsenal fans have been rallying around Arsene Wenger since their humiliating midweek defeat and in the last 48 hours, his odds of still being at the club have been backed from 8/11 to 8/13 with William Hill. Hills have also seen support for both Wenger and Robin van Persie to still be at Arsenal on the first day of next season, offered at 15/8 having previously been 2/1 (3/1 to leave). Theo Walcott has been pinpointed as one of the main underperformers at Arsenal this season and he is 7/2 to have left Arsenal by the first day of next season.

“It is safe to say that Arsene Wenger has not enjoyed the best of seasons since taking over at Arsenal but we think that he has the backing of the fans if the weight of money for him to stay is anything to go by,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Andre Villas Boas is under considerable pressure at Chelsea, although the odds of him still being there at the start of next season have come in slightly to 4/7, while Harry Redknapp is odds-against at 2/1 to still be at Spurs by the same day.

How many of Andre Villas Boas, Harry Redknapp & Wenger still at their clubs: 11/2 none; 11/8 one; 11/10 two; 11/2 all three

Theo Walcott still at Arsenal on the first day of next season: 1/6 yes; 7/2 no

Andre Villas Boas to be in charge of Chelsea on first game of next season: 4/7 yes; 5/4 no

Harry Redknapp to be Tottenham manager on the first day of 2012/13 Premier League season: 2/1 yes; 4/11 no

Arsene Wenger to be manager of Arsenal on first day of 2012/12 Premier League season: 8/13 yes; 6/5 no

AVB and Torres to have left Chelsea by the first day of next season: 11/2

FA Cup specials:

All 8 teams in FA Cup Q/F to be Premier League sides: 4/1

Lowest team to QUALIFY for the Q/F: 9/4 Crawley; 8/1 Stevenage; 11/5 Millwall; 9/2 Leicester; 25/1 Brighton; 18/1 Birmingham; 18/1 Blackpool; 4/1 Bolton
*Teams in LOWEST ranked order before 1st tie
Crawley, Stevenage, Millwall, Leicester, Brighton, Birmingham, Blackpool, Bolton

Highest Scoring Match: 7/2 Chelsea/Birmingham; 4/1 Stevenage/Tottenham; 4/1 Liverpool/Brighton; 6/1 Everton/Blackpool; 7/1 Norwich/Leicester; 7/1 Sunderland/Arsenal; 8/1 Millwall/Bolton; 8/1 Crawley/Stoke

Highest scoring team: 10/3 Liverpool; 10/3 Chelsea; 9/2 Tottenham; 13/2 Everton; 10/1 Norwich; 10/1 Stoke; 12/1 Arsenal; 16/1 Bolton; 20/1 Sunderland; 25/1 Leicester; 25/1 Millwall; 25/1 Crawley; 33/1 Blackpool; 40/1 Birmingham; 50/1 Brighton; 50/1 Stevenage

Total red cards: 13/8 one; 9/4 two; 10/3 three or more; 7/2 none

Hat-Trick scored: 11/2 Yes; 1/10 No

FA Cup Outright: 10/3 Tottenham; 10/3 Chelsea; 7/2 Liverpool; 11/2 Arsenal; 12/1 Everton; 12/1 Stoke; 14/1 Sunderland; 25/1 Norwich; 33/1 Bolton; 66/1 Leicester; 100/1 Birmingham; 100/1 Blackpool; 125/1 Brighton; 150/1 Millwall; 250/1 Crawley; 500/1 Stevenage

Qualify Prices:

1/9 Chelsea; 5/1 Birmingham
1/2 Norwich; 6/4 Leicester
5/4 Millwall; 4/7 Bolton
1/7 Everton; 4/1 Blackpool
6/4 Sunderland; 1/2 Arsenal
9/4 Crawley; 1/3 Stoke
13/2 Stevenage; 1/14 Tottenham
1/16 Liverpool; 7/1 Brighton

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
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William Hill Press Office; Greenside House; 50 Station Road; Wood Green; London; N22 7TP

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Harry 7/2 To Do B O T H Jobs Plus Prem Specials


William Hill offer 7/2 that Harry Redknapp will be England boss for the Euros, and return to manage Spurs for the start of season 2012/13. ‘The suggestion that Harry could lead the team into the Euros and then have the option of continuing or returning to be Spurs boss for next season is beginning to attract some betting interest’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe as Redknapp remained red hot favourite to become the next permanent England manager.

To be next permanent England boss…4/11 Redknapp; 11/2 Pearce; 10 Mourinho; 12 Hodgson; Hiddink; 14 O’Neill; 16 Benitez/Wenger; 20 Southgate; 25 Allardyce; Pardew; Van Gaal.

NEXT PERMANENT SPURS’ BOSS—9/2 Mourinho; 6 Moyes; 10 Ancelotti; Rodgers; 12 O’Neill; Sherwood; 14 Capello; 16 Bilic; Hughes; Klinsmann; Lambert; Poyet.

************************William Hill PREMIER LEAGUE SPECIALS******************


WITH all the indications pointing towards Evra and Suarez shaking hands pre-match at the Manchester United- Liverpool match, William Hill are now offering 1/5 that they do; 10/3 that they do not.


Man City top by 5 points 11/2
Man City top by 4 points 9/2
Man City top by 3 points 12
Man City top by 2 points 5/4
Man City top by 1 point 14
Man City top on goal difference 11/2
Man Utd top 7

**Void if Man Utd v Liverpool or Aston Villa v Man City postponed


TORRES is 11/2 with Hills to fail to score another Premier League goal this season as he faces Everton on Saturday, whose keeper Tim Howard has out-scored Torres in the Premier League during 2012. Torres is 5/4 to score in the game should he start, with Tim Howard 50/1 to score.
Torres is 4/9 still to be at Chelsea on day one of next season, 13/8 not to.
HOW MANY MORE PREM GOALS WILL TORRES SCORE THIS SEASON?…..0- 11/2; 1- 5/1; 2- 4/1; 3- 3/1; 4+ – 13/8.

AVB still Chelsea boss on 1st day next season? – 8/11 yes; Evens no.

Harry Redknapp still Spurs boss day one next season? – 2/1 yes; 4/11 no.

None- 10/3
One- 2/1
Two- 2/1
Three or more- 2/1

Any player to score Prem hat trick this weekend – 72 yes; 1/6 n

Tottenham v Newcastle- 9/2
Bolton v Wigan – 6/1
Sunderland v Arsenal- 13/2
Aston Villa v Man City- 13/2
Blackburn v QPR- 7/1
Man Utd v Liverpool- 7/1
Wolves v West Brom- 15/2
Swansea v Norwich- 8/1
Everton v Chelsea- 9/1
Fulham v Stoke- 9/1.
One quarter odds 1,2,3.


Tottenham 7/1
Man City 7/1
Man Utd 11/1
Swansea 11/1
Arsenal 11/1
Bolton 12/1
Fulham 12/1
Blackburn 14/1
Chelsea 14/1
Wolves 14/1
QPR 16/1
West Brom 18/1
Sunderland 18/1
Wigan 20/1
Liverpool 22/1
Everton 25/1
Norwich 25/1
Stoke 25/1
Aston Villa 28/1
Newcastle 33/1

One quarter 1,2,3,4.


Tottenham 8/1
Man City 8/1
Man Utd 11/1
Bolton 12/1
Chelsea 12/1
Blackburn 14/1
Swansea 14/1
Wolves 14/1
Fulham 14/1
West Brom 14/1
Arsenal 14/1
Liverpool 14/1
QPR 16/1
Everton 18/1
Sunderland 18/1
Wigan 20/1
Norwich 20/1
Aston Villa 20/1
Stoke 20/1
Newcastle 22/1

Each Way 1/4 1-2-3-4

TO WIN PREM TITLE- 4/7 Man C; 11/8 Man U; 16/1 Spurs; 125/1 Chelsea; 200/1 Arsenal; 500/1 Liverpool; Newcastle.
TOP 4 FINISH……..1/9 Spurs; 4/9 Chelsea; 9/4 Arsenal; 5/2 Liverpool; 12/1 Newcastle.

WHERE WILL NEWCASTLE FINISH? – 1st – 50/1; Tp 4- 12/1; 5th – 5/1; 6th – 9/4; 7-10th 8/13; 11-20th 9/2.

RELEGATION – 2/9 Wigan (3/1 stay up); 8/15 Blackburn (11/8); 10/11 Bolton (4/5); 10/11 Wolves (4/5); 7/4 QPR; 10 WBA; 12 Swansea; 16 Norwich.
FINISH BOTTOM – Evens Wigan; 11/4 Blackburn; 5/1 Bolton; Wolves; 8/1 QPR; 25/1 WBA; 33/1 Swansea; 40/1 Norwich

PREM TOP SCORER…4/11 RVP; 4/1 Rooney; 11/2 Aguero; 11/1 Ba; 28/1 Dzeko.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

T: 020 8918 3731
M: 07803 233702
Twitter- @sharpeangle

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

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7/2 A V B And Torres Both Gone By Next Season

Torres 11/2 not to score in Prem for rest of season:

AFTER another blank day at the office, Fernando Torres is an 11/2 chance with William Hill to fail to score a Premier League goal for the rest of the season. And his boss, AVB is now Evens to have left the job by the first day of next season, 8/11 still to be in charge by then. Hills also offer 7/2 that BOTH Torres and AVB will be gone by the start of the next campaign. ‘Nothing much has been going right for either Torres or AVB recently and neither of them can be over optimistic that they will still be emplpoyed by Chelsea at the start of next season’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills: Torres to be at Chelsea 1st day of 12/13 PL Season?Yes – 4/9No – 13/8
AVB to be at Chelsea 1st day of 12/13 PL seasons? Yes – 8/11; No – Evens
AVB & Torres at Chelsea 1st day of 12/13 PL Season?
Both there – 6/4……Both gone – 7/2……One gone – 4/5
Torres not to score for rest of Prem season – 11/2

William Hill PREM TITLE ODDS….4/7 Man C; 11/8 Man U; 16/1 Spurs; 125 Chelsea; 200 Arsenal; 500 Liverpool.

TOP 4 FINISH- 1/9 Spurs; 1/2 Chelsea; 9/4 Arsenal;Liverpool; 16 Newcastle.

AVB now 7/1 third fav to be next Prem boss to go with Hills who make McCarthy 11/8 fav with Kean 4/1; Coyle/Martinez both 8/1. 8/1 no more bosses to go this season.


Further information…graham sharpe…07803233702
twitter- @sharpeangle

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4/1 Prem Title Points Dead Heat


William Hill offer 4/1 that the Premier League title race will result in two or more poimnts dead heating on points.
Hills now make Man C 4/7 favs to lift the title and also offer 11/8 Man U; 16 Spurs; 100 Chelsea.
TOP 4 FINISH – 1/9 Spurs; 8/15 Chelsea; 9/4 Arsenal/Liverpool; 16 Newcastle.
RELEGATION- 2/9 Wigan (3/1 stay up); 8/15 Blackburn (11/8); 10/11 Wolves (4/5); 10/11 Bolton (4/5); 7/4 QPR; 10 WBA; 12 Swansea; 16 Norwich.
FINISH BOTTOM- Evs Wigan; 11/4 Blackburn; 5/1 Bolton/Wolves 8/1 QPR.
NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO – 6/5 McCarthy (out from 4/6 after win at QPR); 4/1 Kean; 8 Coyle; 9 AVB; 10 Redknapp; 11 McLeish; Martinez. Others on request. 8/1 no more to go this season.

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