You Bet Cup Final Can Outdo Manc Derby

YOU BET CUP FINAL CAN OUTDO MANC DERBY!

William Hill are predicting that the FA Cup Final will produce a bigger betting turnover than the crucial Manchester City v Manchester United Premier League title showdown game earlier this week. ‘Some £20m was gambled on the Manchester derby, but with a north versus south clash in the Cup Final and with both managers battling to secure their futures at the clubs we are anticipating a betting bonanza exceeding that total’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Chelsea are favourites to lift the trophy, at 4/6 with William Hill who offer Liverpool at 5/4; while Chelsea are 15/4 to win both the Cup and the Champions League (9/4 to win neither). Defeat at Wembley could spell the end of Kenny Dalglish’s current reign at Liverpool and he is 8/11 with Hills not to be in charge at the start of next season, and Even money still to be in place. ‘Liverpool’s unimpressive League position could well outweigh the achievement of winning the Carling Cup, but Kenny would have a much stronger case to continue in the job if he adds the FA Cup’ said Sharpe.
Roberto Di Matteo has won admirers with the way he has steadied the Chelsea ship since he took over on a temporary basis, and Hills now make him 8/11 still to hold the role at the start of next season, although other contenders include 11/2 joint second favourites Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, while Fabio Capello has suggested he would like to manage in the Premier League and has been made 9/1 joint fourth favourite for the Chelsea job – and 5/2 to be managing any Prem side by the start of next season.

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FA CUP FINAL – 90M PLAY – 13/10 Chelsea; 9/4 draw; Liverpool 11/5
Match to go to penalties- 6/1
Chelsea win in extra time- 9/1…..Chelsea win on penalties – 10/1
Liverpool win in extra time – 11/1…Liverpool win on penalties – 10/1
Penalty awarded in 90m – 10/3 yes; 1/5no
Both sides score in 90m – 10/11 yes; 10/11 no
Drogba score, Chelsea win (90m) – 5/1
Suarez score, Liverpool win(90m) – 5/1
Goals scored in 90m – 2/1 one or nil; 4/11 two or more
Win both halves – 13/2 Chelsea; 17/2 Liverpool
Come from behind to win in 90m- 9/1 Chelsea; 11/1 Liverpool
Goal in or before 15th min – 9/4
TO LIFT TROPHY – 4/6 Chelsea; Liverpool 5/4
TO WIN FA CUP/CHAMPIONS LEAGUE – 15/4 Chelsea….TO WIN NEITHER – 9/4

To be sent off during Cup Final- ODDS
Luis Suarez 14/1
Steven Gerrard 14/1
Fernando Torres 14/1
Craig Bellamy 14/1
John Terry 14/1
Raul Meireles 14/1
Didier Drogba 16/1
Pepe Reina 16/1
Petr Cech 16/1
Ashley Cole 16/1
David Luiz 16/1
Branislav Ivanovic 16/1
Daniel Agger 16/1
Gary Cahill 16/1
Glen Johnson 16/1
Jamie Carragher 16/1
Martin Skrtel 16/1
Michael Essien 16/1
Jay Spearing 16/1
John Obi Mikel 16/1
John Flanagan 16/1
Oriol Romeu 16/1
Paulo Ferreira 16/1
Frank Lampard 20/1
Andy Carroll 20/1
Ramires 20/1
Dirk Kuyt 20/1
Daniel Sturridge 20/1
Florent Malouda 20/1
Stewart Downing 20/1
Jordan Henderson 20/1
Jose Enrique 20/1
Jonjo Shelvey 20/1
Jose Bosingwa 20/1
Martin Kelly 20/1
Sebastian Coates 20/1
Juan Mata 25/1
Maxi Rodriguez 25/1
Salomon Kalou 25/1
Ryan Bertrand 25/1
Fabio Aurelio 25/1

Singles only.

MAN OF THE MATCH ODDS
Didier Drogba 11/2
Luis Suarez 11/2
Frank Lampard 8/1
Steven Gerrard 8/1
Fernando Torres 9/1
Juan Mata 10/1
Andy Carroll 12/1
Craig Bellamy 12/1
Ramires 12/1
Pepe Reina 12/1
John Terry 14/1
Maxi Rodriguez 14/1
Dirk Kuyt 16/1
Petr Cech 16/1
Ashley Cole 20/1
Daniel Sturridge 20/1
David Luiz 20/1
Florent Malouda 20/1
Raul Meireles 20/1
Salomon Kalou 20/1
Stewart Downing 20/1
Branislav Ivanovic 25/1
Daniel Agger 25/1
Gary Cahill 25/1
Glen Johnson 25/1
Jamie Carragher 25/1
Jordan Henderson 25/1
Jose Enrique 25/1
Martin Skrtel 25/1
Michael Essien 25/1
Jonjo Shelvey 33/1
Jay Spearing 40/1
John Obi Mikel 40/1
Jose Bosingwa 40/1
Ryan Bertrand 40/1
Fabio Aurelio 50/1
John Flanagan 50/1
Martin Kelly 50/1
Oriol Romeu 50/1
Paulo Ferreira 50/1
Sebastian Coates 50/1

OTHERS ON REQUEST.

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WIN ONLY. SINGLES ONLY.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
Twitter- @sharpeangle

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Arsenal Put Up Fight But Fall Short…chelsea Ease Into Last Eight Of Fa Cup

Arsenal fought bravely but fell just short as they aimed to conquer the mountain that was a four goal deficit against AC Milan. Before the game, William Hill punters piled into Arsenal – to win the match (23/20), to qualify (20/1) and to win 5-0 (125/1), all amounting to liabilities of well over £1 million.

“As Van Persie’s penalty hit the back of the net, I have to say we were torn,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “It would have been fantastic to have witnessed such an epic comeback, but at the same time, we would have been on the receiving end of a seven figure walloping.”

Hills think that Arsene Wenger’s side showed such guts to get back to 4-3 and Hills think that they could well ride the crest of such a good performance, offering 8/15 that they finish in the top four of the Premier League, to continue their rich tradition in the Champions League. Alex Oxlade Chamberlain ran himself to a standstill during the game and William Hill are offering 5/4 that he makes it into the England squad for the European Championships.

Progression in the Champions League would have been the only thing to keep alive Arsenal’s hopes of ending their six year drought without a trophy, but Hills think that they could make up for that, offering 2/1 that they win at least one piece of silverware next season.

For the first time, Robin van Persie has moved to odds on (8/11) that he is no longer at Arsenal on the first day of next season (he is even money to still be there).

Wenger 1st day of next season: 2/5 yes 7/4 no
Van Persie 1st day of next season: EVES yes 8/11 No
Arsenal to win a trophy in 2012/13: 2/1
(Only Prem, FA Cup, Carling Cup, Champions League/Europa League count)
Alex Oxlade Chamberlain to make the England Euro 2012 squad: 4/7 no; 5/4 yes

CHELSEA FA CUP

Chelsea eased through to the quarter finals of the FA Cup despite a tricky first half under Roberto Di Matteo and William Hill make them 11/4 to win the cup behind 5/2 joint favourites Liverpool and Tottenham. Fernando Torres endured yet another tricky match and Hills make him 11/8 to have left the club before the start of next season.

FA Cup Outright:
Liverpool 5/2
Tottenham 5/2
Chelsea 11/4
Everton 6/1
Sunderland 9/1
Stoke 16/1
Bolton 28/1
Leicester 66/1
Stevenage 150/1

EW 1/3 1-2

Chelsea FA Cup stage of elimination:
Quarter final 4/1
Semi Final 11/8
Runner Up 10/3
Winner 11/4

Di Matteo Chelsea manager for the last premier league game of the season: 1/50 yes 12/1 no

Torres a Chelsea player on the 1st day of the next premier league season: 8/15 Yes 11/8 No

Premier League top four: 1/16 Spurs; 8/15 Arsenal; 13/8 Chelsea; 5/1 Liverpool; 12/1 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 Scotland Could Continue Fine Form Vs Slovenia

Scotland face Slovenia for the third time and are yet to taste defeat against them but despite this, Craig Levein’s men are 11/5 outsiders to defeat the Even money hosts. Scotland have kept two clean sheets in their previous meetings with Slovenia and they are 5/1 to win to nil on Wednesday.

“Scotland have only lost one match in their last six and that was against Spain and we think that Wednesday’s game could be very close indeed,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Slovenia vs Scotland: 1/1 Slovenia; 11/5 Scotland; 11/5 Draw

Scotland have yet to concede a goal against Slovenia.
Scotland to win to nil: 5/1

Kenny Miller joins up with the Scotland squad after tasting defeat in the Carling Cup Final. Charlie Adam was a winner in the same game but both players missed penalties in the shootout. Cardiff’s Don Cowie scored in the shootout.
Kenny Miller to score a penalty: 5/1
Kenny Miller to miss a penalty: 20/1
Charlie Adam to score a penalty: 10/1
Charlie Adam to miss a penalty: 20/1
Don Cowie to score a penalty: 14/1
Don Cowie to miss a penalty: 20/1

Scotland have only lost one of their last six Internationals and that was in Spain.
Scotland draw no bet: 13/8
Scotland to score first goal: 29/20

Early goal:
Match goal – 1st – 15th minute: 12/5

Late goal:
Match goal 81st minute – full time: 7/4

Scotland to come from behind and win: 14/1

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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Giggs 20/1 To Reach Four Figures…liverpool 4/9 For Barren 2012/13…torres Troubles

Ryan Giggs celebrated his 900th Manchester United appearance by scoring a goal and William Hill offer 20/1 that he reaches 1000 appearances. “Ryan will have to play for at least another three years in order to reach the 1000 games mark although the way that he has been playing recently suggests that the evergreen Giggs could easily do that,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Liverpool 4/9 For Barren 2012/13

Liverpool lifted the first silverware of the season on Sunday, when they won the Carling Cup and William Hill are offering 2/1 that they win one trophy next season and 8/1 they win two or more. They are 4/9 to win no silverware in the 2012/13 season. “There have been many people talking about Arsenal’s barren seasons but Liverpool, until Sunday, had suffered a similar streak and winning the League Cup is unlikely to paper over the cracks and they will really have their work cut out in order to follow it up next season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Liverpool are the 5/2 joint favourites to win the FA Cup with Spurs and are 10/3 to finish in the top four in the Premier League, undoubtedly a top target for Kenny Dalglish. Liverpool are 7/1 to win the League Cup next season.

Torres Troubles

Fernando Torres has been suffering in the goals department since joining Chelsea and he has finally been dropped from the Spain squad. Hills are offering 6/4 that he fails to go to Euro 2012 (1/2 to make it). Torres is 13/8 to have left Chelsea by the start of next season (4/9 to still be there).

Torres to make the Spain Euro 2012 squad
Yes – 1/2
No – 6/4

Torres to score at Euro 2012
6/4
Bets are losers if doesn’t make squad or doesn’t get playing minutes.

Torres to leave Chelsea by first game of 2012/13 season:
Yes – 13/8
No – 4/9

Liverpool Season 2012/13 Trophies
0 4/9
Exactly 1 2/1
2 or more 8/1
*Premier League, FA Cup, Carling Cup & ANY Euro Comp

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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Liverpool 7/1 To Win Carling Cup Again Next Season

LIVERPOOL 7/1 FOR CARLING REPEAT NEXT SEASON

LIVERPOOL are 7/1 to retain the Carling Cup next season with William Hill who make Man City 7/2 favourites and also offer 11/2 Man U; 7 Arsenal; Chelsea; Liverpool; Spurs; 100 Cardiff.

Hills– King Kenny Liverpool Manager on first day of 2012/13 PL season? Yes 2/5No 7/4

Cardiff 11/4 to be promoted.

Further information…graham sharpe..07803233702
twitter-@sharpeangle

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Welsh Triple Crown: 22/1 For The Ultimate Welsh Weekend Wager

Nathan Cleverly is one of the UK’s only World Champions in any weight division and William Hill make him 1/25 to defeat US fighter, Tommy Karpency in the defence of his title. The challenger is 9/1 to win while the draw is 40/1. Cleverly is proving popular to win on points at 7/4 and is 4/9 to win by KO.

“There is no doubting that everybody fancies Cleverly to win, but his gutsy opponent may well take him the distance,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Hills are also offering Welsh punters the chance to have a patriotic punt this weekend, offering 22/1 that Cleverly wins on points, Wales defeat England in the Six Nations and Cardiff lift the Carling Cup.

Bout Betting: 1/25 Cleverly; 9/1 Karpency; 40/1 Draw

Cleverley Round Betting: 18/1 round 1; 16/1 round 2; 14/1 round 3; 12/1 round 4; 10/1 round 5, 6, 7, 8; 12/1 round 9; 14/1 round 10; 18/1 round 11; 22/1 round 12

Karpency Round Betting: 66/1 round 1, 2; 80/1 round 3, 4; 100/1 round 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11; 150/1 round 12

Method of result: 4/9 Nathan Cleverly KO, TKO, TD or DQ; 7/4 Nathan Cleverly by decision; 16/1 Tommy Karpency by KO, TKO, TD or DQ; 28/1 Tommy Karpency by decision

Welsh Triple Crown (Cardiff to lift Carling Cup, Cleverly to win on points and Wales to defeat England in Six Nations):

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 Craig Bellamy Will Be Carling Cup Sideshow

Cardiff are massive outsiders to defeat Liverpool in the Carling Cup Final with William Hill making the Blue Birds 7/1 to win in 90 minutes and 4/1 to lift the trophy. Liverpool are 4/9 to win in 90 minutes and 1/7 to lift the trophy. Craig Bellamy will be the focus of most of the attention on Sunday afternoon and William Hill are offering 2/1 that he scores and Liverpool lift the trophy, 1/2 that he actually starts the match and 7/4 that he completes the match.

“Cup competitions often throw together interesting subplots like this and almost every set of eyes in Wembley will be on Bellamy on Sunday,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

7/1 Cardiff; 4/9 Liverpool; 3/1 Draw

2/1 Craig Bellamy to score anytime and Liverpool to lift the trophy

What will Bellamy do first: 6/4 subbed; 7/4 score; 4/1 complete match; 10/3 yellow card; 25/1 red card

Will Bellamy start vs Cardiff: 1/2 yes; 6/4 no

Complete match if starting: 2/5 no; 7/4 yes

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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William Hill Fa Cup Specials…

With Liverpool in the final of the Carling Cup, Manchester City at the top of the Premier League, Chelsea and Arsenal still in the Champions League and Spurs fighting on more than front, William Hill are offering 2/5 that no one Premier League side wins any more than one of the big five trophies (7/4 that any Premier League side wins more than one trophy). With the FA Cup kicking off on Friday, William Hill make Spurs, who are playing Watford, 11/2 favourites to be the highest scoring side of the round. Hills are offering 15/8 that the highest scoring team in the round bag six or more.

The two Friday matches see Spurs taking on Watford and Everton facing Fulham with Tottenham 1/8 to qualify (Watford 9/2) and Everton 8/13 (Fulham 6/5).

Hills offer 3/1 that the maximum contingent of Premier League Teams possible make it through to the fifth round of the Cup while 66/1 is available for just six to make it through.

“The FA Cup always throws up the occasional clichéd ‘banana skin’ tie, but we think that the majority of Premier League teams will make it through unscathed,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill FA Cup Specials:

Number of Premier League teams in the FA Cup 5th Round: 66/1 six; 7/1 seven; 8/5 eight; 10/11 nine; 3/1 ten

Red Cards in FA Cup Games involving Premier League sides: 4/1 none; 15/8 one; 15/8 two; 15/8 three or more

Highest scoring match: 4/1 Watford/Tottenham; 11/2 Arsenal/Aston Villa; 13/2 West Brom/Norwich; 7/1 QPR/Chelsea; 8/1 Bolton/Swansea; 8/1 Brighton/Newcastle; 8/1 Liverpool/Manchester United; 10/1 Derby/Stoke; 11/1 Sunderland/Middlesbrough; 12/1 Everton/Fulham;

Highest Scoring team: 11/2 Tottenham; 6/1 Arsenal; 9/1 Chelsea; 9/1 West Brom; 12/1 Newcastle; 12/1 Sunderland; 14/1 Bolton; 14/1 Everton; 16/1 Liverpool; 16/1 Manchester United; 20/1 Norwich; 20/1 Stoke; 25/1 Brighton; 25/1 Derby; 25/1 Fulham; 25/1 Swansea; 25/1 Aston Villa; 25/1 QPR; 33/1 Middlesbrough; 33/1 Watford

Fastest scoring team: 11/1 Arsenal; 11/ Chelsea; 11/1 Tottenham; 12/1 Bolton; 12/1 Everton; 12/1 Manchester United; 12/1 Newcastle; 12/1 Sunderland; 12/1 West Brom; 14/1 Stoke; 16/1 Derby; 16/1 Liverpool; 16/1 Norwich; 16/1 Swansea; 20/1 Brighton; 20/1 QPR; 20/1 Watford; 25/1 Aston Villa; 25/1 Fulham; 25/1 Middlesbrough

How many lower league sides will force a replay against Premier League opposition: 2/1 none; 11/10 one; 11/4 two; 12/1 three; 100/1 four

No Premier League club to win any more than one trophy this season: 2/5 no; 7/4 yes
*Champions League; Europa League; Premier League; FA Cup; Carling Cup

FA Cup Finalists: 14/1 Chelsea/Manchester United; 16/1 Chelsea/Tottenham; 20/1 Manchester United/Tottenham; 25/1 Chelsea/Arsenal; 25/1 Arsenal/Manchester United; 40/1 Arsenal/Tottenham…others on request

All London Final (Spurs, Arsenal, QPR, Chelsea, Fulham, Millwall): 7/1

All Merseyside Final: 40/1

All North East Final (Sunderland, Newcastle, Middlesbrough): 25/1

Most goals scored by any one team in the FA Cup 4th Round (all games): 11/8 0-3; 13/8 4-5; 15/8 6 or more

FA Cup Outright: 4/1 Chelsea; 9/2 Tottenham; 11/2 Manchester United; 6/1 Arsenal; 9/1 Liverpool; 16/1 Everton; 16/1 Stoke; 16/1 Newcastle; 16/1 Sunderland; 28/1 Fulham; 33/1 Aston Villa; 33/1 West Brom; 40/1 Bolton; 50/1 QPR; 50/1 Norwich; 50/1 Swansea; 50/1 Southampton; 66/1 Leicester; 100/1 Birmingham; 100/1 Blackpool; 100/1 Hull; 100/1 Derby; 125/1 Middlesbrough; 125/1 Middlesbrough; 125/1 Millwall; 200/1 Brighton; 200/1 Watford; 300/1 Sheff Weds; 300/1 Sheff Utd; 500/1 Notts County; 500/1 Crawley; 750/1 Swindon; 750/1 Stevenage

To Qualify:

9/2 Watford; 1/8 Tottenham
8/13 Everton; 6/5 Fulham
9/4 QPR; 1/3 Chelsea
5/6 Liverpool; 5/6 Manchester United
11/10 Millwall; 4/6 Southampton
2/5 Hull; 7/4 Crawley
4/6 West Brom; 11/10 Norwich
1/2 Blackpool; 6/4 Sheffield Wednesday
8/13 Stevenage; 6/5 Notts County
5/4 Derby; 4/7 Stoke
1/1 Sheffield Utd; 8/11 Birmingham
4/6 Bolton; 19/10 Swansea
1/5 Leicester; 10/3 Swindon
13/8 Brighton; 4/9 Newcastle
4/9 Sunderland; 13/8 Middlesbrough
1/4 Arsenal; 11/4 Aston Villa

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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