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Carroll 5/6 not to score another Prem goal as:
DALGLISH ON BRINK?

William Hill have slashed their odds about Kenny Dalglish ceasing to be Liverpool manager by the start of next season from 5/2 to Even money after their latest Premier League setback – and Liverpool striker Andy Carroll is 5/6 NOT to score another Premier League goal this season, and 5/2 to have left the club within that timeframe. ‘It was not a good day for either Dalglish or Carroll and as former Liverpool striker Torres begins to pull out of his own crisis, so Carroll will find himself more under the spotlight for his lack of goals’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Liverpool v Everton season match bet: 4/7 – 5/4

Newcastle v Sunderland season match bet : 1/33 – 10/1

Dalglish 1st day of next premier league season as manager of Liverpool: 8/11 Yes EVENS no

Carroll 1st day of next premier league season as a Livepool player (Loan deals count): 2/7 Yes 5/2 No

Carroll to score again in the Premier League this season? – 5/6 yes, 5/6 no

Carroll to make the England Euro 2012 squad: 7/2 Yes 1/6 No

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

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Bolton Boost Survival Hopes As Arsenal In Driving Position For London Bragging Rights

It was a busy day at the bottom of the Premier League table as both Bolton and Wigan pulled off victories. Despite their shock victory at Anfield, William Hill make Wigan 1/4 to be relegated come the end of the season, the same price as QPR. Another defeat for Terry Connor left Wolves adrift at the foot of the table and 1/7 with Hills for the drop. Bolton’s victory moved them up into 17th and they are 11/8 to go down with Blackburn 9/4. Hills think that the current bottom three are doomed, offering 10/11 that they are the three who are relegated. Liverpool’s home defeat to Wigan and their second consecutive defeat to bottom three opposition has left Kenny Dalglish 5/2 to no longer be in charge of Liverpool come the start of next season (2/7 to still be there).

“The victories for Wigan and Bolton have certainly condensed things at the bottom of the table and while there are only a couple of points separating Wolves and Blackburn, we think Terry Connor’s men are teetering on the brink and they may just rag QPR and Wigan with them,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Arsenal’s comfortable victory left them in pole position to grab third spot in the Premier League and William Hill make them 4/7 to finish as the top London club. Spurs are currently suffering a dismal run of form and they are 6/4 while Chelsea are 10/1.

Premier League:

Relegation: 1/7 Wolves; 1/4 Wigan; 1/4 QPR; 11/8 Bolton; 9/4 Blackburn; 20/1 BAR

Relegation trebles:
10/11 Wolves/Wigan/QPR
23/10 Wolves/Wigan/Bolton
7/2 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn
3/1 Wigan/QPR/Bolton
9/2 Wigan/QPR/Blackburn
9/1 QPR/Bolton/Blackburn

Kenny Dalglish at Liverpool on the first day of next season: 2/7 yes; 5/2 no

Forecast without Manchester sides: 6/5 Arsenal/Spurs; 7/4 Tottenham/Arsenal; 6/1 Arsenal/Chelsea; 14/1 Chelsea/Arsenal; 16/1 Tottenham/Chelsea; 25/1 Chelsea/Tottenham;

Premier League without Manchester (top London club): 4/7Arsenal; 6/4 Tottenham; 10/1 Chelsea

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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 On Brink ? Bet On That



ARSENE ON THE BRINK? BET ON IT……

WITH Arsenal humiliated by AC Milan, bookmakers William Hill are now quoting just 5/2 that BOTH Arsene Wenger and Robin Van Persie will have fled the Emirates by the start of next season. ‘This season is beginning to look like yet another write off, and the Arsenal faithful are beginning to get restless despite the years of success Wenger brought them some while ago’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.’We have never quoted odds this short about Wenger and RVP leaving the club’
ARSENAL, 250/1 to win the Champions League, are now 20/1 with Hills to pull off an unlikely turn-around to progress into the next round of the Champions League with AC 1/150 to go through..

ARSENAL TO BE ELIMINATED BY AC MILAN…1/150…..to go through – 20/1

TO WIN 2ND LEG(90M)…..6/5 Arsenal- 23/10 draw; AC – 17/10

Wenger at Arsenal 1st day of 2012/13 EPL season?Yes – 8/11 No – EVS

RVP at Arsenal 1st day of 2012/13 EPL season?Yes – 5/6 (from 8/11)No – 5/6

BOTH GONE?….5/2

BOTH STILL THERE?….2/1

to win champions league- 11/8 Barca; 5/2 Real; 5 Bayern M; 12 Chelsea/AC; 25 Inter; 40 Napoli; 50 Benfica/Lyon; 250 Arsenal. Others on request.

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

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Villas Boas Rescued But Rovers May Be Kean To Give Steve The Elbow

Blackburn were unable to build on their victory at Old Trafford and were promptly defeated at home by Stoke. William Hill make Steve Kean’s men 8/13 to go down with Bolton 8/15 favourites and Wigan 4/7 while they are 11/4 to finish bottom.

Frank Lampard salvaged a victory for Chelsea and Hills make them 9/4 second favourites to win the Premier League without the two Manchester sides. The three points against Wolves has eased some of the pressure on manager, Andre Villas-Boas and Hills make him odds on, at 8/13, to still be at Chelsea on the first day of next season. While AVB was met with cheers, two of his counterparts, Steve Kean and Alex McLeish, were met with jeers and Hills make them 8/13 (Kean) and Even money (McLeish) to have left their positions before the start of the 2012/13 season. Kean is 10/11 favourite to be the second Premier League manager to leave his job.

“Just as Andre Villas-Boas looks doomed, he manages to claw his way back from the brink and our odds hint that he may well be there come next season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “Unfortunately, we may not be able to say the same about Steve Kean and Alex McLeish.”

Relegation: 8/15 Bolton; 4/7 Wigan; 8/13 Blackburn; 7/4 Wolves; 9/4 QPR; 3/1 Swansea; 11/2 Norwich; 14/1 BAR

To stay up: 11/8 Bolton; 5/4 Wigan; 6/5 Blackburn; 2/5 Wolves; 1/3 QPR; 2/9 Swansea; 1/10 BAR

Premier League to finish bottom: 2/1 Bolton; 5/2 Wigan; 11/4 Blackburn; 9/1 Wolves; 10/1 QPR; 14/1 Swansea; 20/1 BAR

Winner without Manchester: 13/8 Tottenham; 9/4 Chelsea; 5/2 Arsenal; 6/1 Liverpool; 125/1 Everton; 125/1 Newcastle

Steve Kean still at Blackburn on first day of next season: 6/5 yes; 8/13 No

Alex McLeish to still be at Aston Villa on the first day of next season: 8/11 yes; Evens no

Andre Villas Boas to still be at Chelsea on the first game of next season: 8/13 yes; 6/5 no

Second Premier League manager to leave: 10/11 Steve Kean; 7/4 Owen Coyle; 9/2 Andre Villas Boas; 8/1 Alex McLeish; 10/1 Mick McCarthy; 11/1 Neil Warnock; 16/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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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You Bet Pompey And Avram Could Be On Way Out

YOU BET IT MAY BE THE END FOR POMPEY AND AVRAM

William Hill are offering odds of 11/4 that Portsmouth will fail to fulfill their entire Premier League programme this season – and odds of 4/1 that Avram Grant will still be manager of the club on the first day of next season.

‘Pompey are on the brink, but football clubs seem to have a remarkable habit of avoiding meltdown in these circumstances, especially Premier League football clubs’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills offer 1/4 that Pompey WILL play all their fixtures, and 1/7 that Grant will no longer be in charge at the club on the first day of season 2010/11. (If club ceases to exist he will be deemed to no longer be in charge for betting purposes.)

Portsmouth are currently 1/16 with Hills to be relegated this season and 7/1 to avoid relegation.

Further information…….graham sharpe……..0208 918 3731

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Liverpool And Rafa On Brink

LIVERPOOL AND RAFA ON BRINK

LIVERPOOL’S chances of progressing in the Champions League suffered a hammer blow as Lyon scored a late equaliser, and William Hill now make them 8/1 to go through from their Group (1/20 not to), and 40/1 to win the tournament, while Hills now make Rafa Benitez 6/4 from 9/4 to be gone from the club by the end of the season (1/2 to survive). ‘Rafa went from hero to almost zero in the space of minutes and Liverpool will do well to lift themselves from a setback like this’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills OFFER 1/7 THAT LIVERPOOL WILL WIN NOTHING THIS SEASON.
Rangers are 9/2 with Hills to go through, 1/8 not to.
Hills now make Chelsea 6/4 favourites to progress furthest of the Premier League sides in the competition, with Man U at 7/4, , Arsenal 2/1 and Liverpool 16/1.
LATEST William Hill CHAMPIONS LEAGUE ODDS: 4/1 Barcelona; 4/1 Chelsea; 11/2 Real Madrid; 6/1 Man U; 8/1 Arsenal; 10/1 Inter; 16/1 Seville; 20/1 AC; Juventus; Lyon; 40/1 Bordeaux; Porto; Liverpool; 750/1 Rangers.

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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Liverpool 10/1 To Lose 10 As Rio World Cup Odds Lengthen And Brown Odds On For Chop

10/1 LIVERPOOL TO LOSE TEN OR MORE PREM GAMES

WITH LIVERPOOL already beaten five times in the Premier League, William Hill are betting on how many matches they will lose in the division by the end of the season, and make 7 their 15/8 favourite, also offering 8- 9/4; 9- 7/2; 6- 5/1; 10+ – 10/1; 5- 14/1.
And with Liverpool also 8/13 to go out of the Champions League at the current stage with Hills, who make them 6/5 to progress, Rafa Benitez is also coming under pressure, with Hills making him 9/4 to be gone by the end of the season, but 1/3 still to be boss. ‘It is difficult to see Liverpool avoiding any more Premier League defeats, and with five already on the board we suspect out 10/1 for 10 or more defeats to be a popular offer’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe, ‘And there is more backing for Rafa to depart before the end of the campaign, rather than to remain’.

RIO SPECULATION SEES WORLD CUP START ODDS LENGTHEN

AS SPECULATION mounts over Rio Ferdinand’s fitness, William Hill have lengthened their odds about him starting England’s first World Cup match from 1/7 to 1/6, and shortened the odds for him to miss out from 4/1 to 7/2. He is now down from 10/1 to 7/1 not to be selected for the World Cup squad, and 1/16 to be included. ‘The longer the uncertainty continues, the more money we’ll take for him to fail to make the starting line up, or even the squad’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

BROWN STILL ON BRINK, SAY BOOKIES

DESPITE suggestions that Phil Brown’s future as Hull boss will be guaranteed by the club’s new chairman, William Hill give him little chance of seeing the season out as manager and offer 1/12 that he will go before the end of the campaign and 6/1 that he is still there on the final day.

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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Latest World Cup Qualifying Bets For England, Scotland, N Ireland

ENGLAND 4/1 TO HIT THREE OR MORE PAST CROATIA

William Hill make England’s most prolific recent scorer, Jermain Defoe, 5/4 to start against Croatia on Wednesday- 4/7 not to. He is 9/2 to start AND score.
Hills make Rooney Evens to score against Croatia if he starts; Defoe 6/4; Crouch and Heskey each 7/4: ‘Capello has to decide whether he wants a hold-up man who rarely scores or an on-fire goalscorer playing alongside Rooney’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Dav id Beckham is out from 3/1 to 7/2 with Hills to break Peter Shilton’s record total of caps – he’s 6/4 to start against Croatia, 1/2 not to. ‘Beckham not getting a cap against Slovenia was a minor surprise and he must be hoping that it isn’t the end of the road’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
ENGLAND ARE 8/15 TO BEAT CROATIA WITH Hills WHO OFFER 5/2 THE DRAW, 9/2 CROATIA. England are 11/8 to score in both halves; 5/6 to keep a clean sheet, 5/6 to concede.
AFTER ROONEY WON A DEBATABLE PENALTY AGAINST SLOVENIA, Hills offer 3/1 that England will be awarded and score a penalty against Croatia.
England Goals Against Croatia
0 4/1

1 6/4

2 15/8

3 Or More 4/1

England have three remaining World Cup qualifying matches and Hills are betting on how many points they will take from the games and offer: 150/1 – none, 66/1 – one, 33.1 – two, 14/1- three, 10/1 – four, 7/1 – five, 11/4 – six, 2/1 – seven, 7/4 – nine.

SCOTLAND ARE NOW 7/2 TO QUALIFY FOR THE WORLD CUP FINALS WITH William Hill, 1/6 NOT TO.Scotland are 15/8 to beat Holland, 11/10, with Hills who make the draw a 23/10 chance.
Scotland are 5/2 to keep a clean sheet:
Scotland Goals v Holland

0 6/4

1 13/8

2 3/1

3 Or More 8/1

Hills HAVE CUT N IRELAND FROM 7/4 TO 5/4 TO QUALIFY, 4/7 NOT TO. N Ireland are 13/8 to beat Slovakia, 13/10, with the draw 11/5.

BARNES ON BRINK?
WITH TRANMERE struggling towards the foot of League One, William Hill make them 7/4 to be relegated, and offer 1/2 that boss John Barnes will be gone before the end of the season, 6/4 that he will see the season out.’John Barnes is already under pressure and unless results improve quickly his long term future at the club must be in doubt’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
AT THE OTHER END of the table, unbeaten Leeds at 5/4 and Charlton at 10/3 are the clear favourites to win the League One title with Hills, who also offer:
Huddersfield
11/2

MK Dons
10/1

Norwich
16/1

Bristol Rovers
20/1

Colchester
22/1

Millwall
28/1

Brentford
33/1

Southend
33/1

Brighton
40/1

Swindon
40/1

Oldham
50/1

Leyton Orient
66/1

Gillingham
66/1

Carlisle
66/1

Southampton
80/1

Walsall
80/1

Hartlepool
80/1

Yeovil
100/1

Tranmere
125/1

Exeter
125/1

Wycombe
125/1

Stockport
200/1

LEAGUE TWO LATEST:

Notts County
13/8

Rotherham
4/1

Bournemouth
11/2

Crewe
12/1

Dagenham and Redbridge
12/1

Bradford
16/1

Chesterfield
20/1

Rochdale
20/1

Cheltenham
28/1

Shrewsbury
28/1

Barnet
28/1

Bury
33/1

Northampton
33/1

Port Vale
40/1

Burton
50/1

Aldershot
50/1

Torquay
66/1

Lincoln
66/1

Hereford
80/1

Morecambe
100/1

Grimsby
125/1

Accrington Stanley
150/1

Darlington
200/1

Macclesfield
175/1

Further information…graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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