Carroll 8/13 To Leave Liverpool And 8/11 To Rejoin Newcastle

Andy Carroll is now 8/13 to leave Liverpool this summer and Newcastle have moved firmly to the top of the pile to be his next club. William Hill have made the Magpies odds-on to sign their former player at 8/11. Sam Allardyce has made no secret of his desire to sign Carroll and he is 7/2 to lure him to West Ham. Other teams in the running include Aston Villa and Fulham at 9/1 and AC Milan at 12/1.

“Newcastle appear ready to break their transfer record to get the man that they sold just 18 months ago and it is starting to look more and more likely that Andy Carroll is on his way,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Dimitar Berbatov has stated his assertion that he needs to be playing first team football and may have to move to get it. Malaga are the 7/4 favourites to sign him, although West Ham, are offered at 9/4 after they reportedly made an offer for the striker. Galatasaray have reportedly shown some interest in signing him, while AC Milan may look to replace Ibrahimovic with the mercurial United player. They are 5/1 and 8/1 respectively.

The UEFA Player of the Year shortlist was announced yesterday with a surprising nomination. Leslie Davies, the Bangor City forward. He is 1000/1 for the award but the main runners come from Spain. Lionel Messi is 6/5 for the award with his Barcelona team mate Andres Iniesta is 9/4.

Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is 8/1 despite firing Real Madrid to La Liga glory. Xavi is 12/1 after winning the Euro’s with Spain and Euro 2012 finalist and Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo is 14/1.

Berbatov next club: 7/4 Malaga; 9/4 West Ham; 5/1 Galatasaray; 8/1 AC Milan; 10/1 QPR; 12/1 Bayer Leverkusen; 12/1 PSG; 12/1 Tottenham; 14/1 Inter Milan; 16/1 Borussia Dortmund; 25/1 Anzhi Makhachkala; 25/1 Chelsea; 33/1 Liverpool; 33/1 Newcastle; 40/1 Manchester City

Andy Carroll next club: 8/11 Newcastle; 7/2 West Ham; 9/1 Aston Villa; 9/1 Fulham; 12/1 AC Milan; 16/1 Malaga; 20/1 Arsenal; 20/1 PSG; 20/1 Tottenham; 25/1 BAR

Andy Carroll to still be at Liverpool on the first day of 2012/13 season: 8/13 no; 6/5 yes

UEFA Player of The Year: 6/5 L Messi, 9/4 A Iniesta, 8/1 C Ronaldo, 12/1 Xavi, 14/1 A Pirlo, 1000/1 L Davies

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£25 Million To Be Bet On Euro Final

William Hill are expecting around £25 million to be staked in the UK on the Euros Final this weekend as 11/10 favourites, Spain, take on 11/5 Italy. The draw is offered at 21/10. Hills make Spain 8/15 to lift the trophy while Italy are 6/4 to do likewise.

“The England/Italy match has been our highest turnover match of the Euros so far but we are expecting the Final to far exceed that,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “Our punters are used to not having England in a major final and tend to get involved in the Final regardless of a Three Lions presence.”

Mario Balotelli was the architect of Italy’s victory against Germany and he is 15/2 to score the first goal of the game and 11/1 to score two or more goals. Balotelli is the 5/4 favourite to be named as the tournament’s top scorer and 10/1 to win Player of the Tournament.

At the end of the Premier League season, Balotelli had a small falling out with his manager at Manchester City although the way in which he has played in this tournament makes Hills think those cracks may have been papered over and they offer 1/33 that he is still at the Etihad next season (10/1 to have departed).

“Andrea Pirlo has been the main man for Italy in this tournament so far and is rightfully the odds-on favourite to win the Player of the Tournament award but if Super Mario puts in a similar performance on Sunday to the one he did on Thursday, he may well grab the award for himself, as well as the Golden Boot,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Euro 2012 top goalscorer: 5/4 Mario Balotelli; 8/1 Mario Gomez; 8/1 Alan Dzagoev; 8/1 Mario Mandzukic; 8/1 Cristiano Ronaldo; 9/1 Fernando Torres; 11/1 Cesc Fabregas; 25/1 BAR

Player of the tournament: 8/11 Andrea Pirlo; 7/2 Andres Iniesta; 10/1 Mario Balotelli; 10/1 Xabi Alonso; 16/1 Iker Casillas; 16/1 Gianluigi Buffon; 16/1 Xavi; 16/1 Cristiano Ronaldo; 20/1 Cesc Fabregas; 20/1 Antoinio Cassano; 25/1 BAR

Tournament winner: 8/15 Spain; 6/4 Italy

Final:

90 minutes: 11/10 Spain; 11/4 Italy; 21/10 draw

Match to go to penalties: 4/1

First scorer: 6/1 Fernando Llorente; 6/1 Fernando Torres; 7/1 Cesc Fabregas; 7/1 Alvaro Negredo; 15/2 Mario Balotelli; 8/1 Antonio Cassano; 9/1 Pedro; 9/1 Antonio Di Natale; 10/1 BAR

To win in extra time: 10/1 Spain; 12/1 Italy

To win on penalties: 9/1 Spain; 9/1 Italy

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Balotelli And Pirlo To Top The Euro Charts…spain 8/15 For Top Award Though

Mario Balotelli scored two as Italy made it through to the Final of the Euros and William Hill make him 5/4 to be the top tournament goalscorer and 10/1 to be named player of the tournament. Andrea Pirlo, who was once again on top form, however, is now the 7/4 favourite to win the top Euros player award. Balotelli’s performances will have endeared him to the Italian fans even more so than before and he is 10/1 to no longer be at Manchester City at the start of next season with AC Milan a likely target.

“Tonight was all about Mario as it quite often is, but it was all for the right reasons and he could now fire Italy to glory and himself to top goalscorer,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Spain are 8/15 to lift the trophy, while Italy are 11/8.

There will have been one German fan who will be feeling the pain a little more than most as a fellow from that country entered a William Hill shop in central London and staked £41,000 on his home nation to lift the trophy.

Balotelli to still be at Manchester City on the first day of next season: 10/1 no; 1/33 yes

Top goalscorer: 5/4 Mario Balotelli; 8/1 Mario Gomez; 8/1 Alaz Dzagoev; 8/1 Mario Mandzukic; 8/1 Cristiano Ronaldo; 9/1 Fernando Torres; 11/1 Cesc Fabregas; 25/1 BAR

Player of the tournament: 7/4 Andrea Pirlo; 11/4 Andres Iniesta; 6/1 Mesut Ozil; 8/1 Xavi; 10/1 Mario Balotelli; 10/1 Xabi Alonso; 14/1 Mario Gomez; 16/1 BAR

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33/1 For Two More Shootouts…spain Favourites

A draw in the Spain/Portugal was a fantastic result for the bookmakers, with William Hill reporting that just 7% of all bets on the 90 minutes market were placed on the draw. “Spain had 56% of all bets and so anything avoiding a win would have been good for us, but a draw, coupled with the fact that Ronaldo failed to find the net resulted in a fantastic night for us,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

After being the second game in a row to go to penalties, William Hill are offering 33/1 that the second semi final and the final both go to penalties. The Germany/Italy game is 33/1 to go to penalties.

Spain have made it through to the final of the Euros and William Hill make them the 5/6 favourites to win the tournament now with Germany 7/4 and Italy 6/1.

Tournament winner: 5/6 Spain; 7/4 Germany; 6/1 Italy

Top goalscorer: 4/6 Mario Gomez; 10/1 Alan Dzagoev; 10/1 Mario Mandzukic; 10/1 Cristiano Ronaldo; 14/1 Fernando Torres; 20/1 Cesc Fabregas; 25/1 BAR

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Spot Kick Heartache 9/2 For Roy’s Boys

No strangers to penalty exits, William Hill are offering 9/2 that England are knocked out of the Euros in the cruellest of ways (they are 1/8 to not be eliminated by penalties). Elimination at the hands of spot kicks is quoted at 9/2 but 1/8 that penalties do not decide the Three Lions’ fate.

William Hill are betting on how many of the quarter finals will go all the way to a penalty shootout with 4/6 being offered for all four to be finished without a shootout. One game is 11/8, two is 7/1, three is 25/1 and all four matches to go to a shoot out is 100/1. Germany are 14/1 to win the final with spot kicks.

There has not been a nil-nil scoreline in the Euros since the semi finals of Euro 2008 but William Hill go 5/6 for there to be at least one 0-0 draw (in 90 minutes) in the remainder of the tournament. It is also 5/6 there won’t be. After 24 matches every game has had at least one goal.

“The competition could get edgier as more and more is put on the line but we feel the quarter finals will be settled, at the maximum, within 120 minutes but good news for England is that their fate is not fancied to be settled by penalties. That should keep fingernails from biting a bit,” said William Hill spokesman Mark Young.

After the first round of the Euros, William Hill can report that they have just about broken even. The book has been aided by a couple of high profile draws but the positives from that have been negated by the fact that England, Wayne Rooney, Mario Gomez and Cristiano Ronaldo have all been on form.

How Many Quarter Finals will go to Penalties?
4/6 None
11/8 One
7/1 Two
25/1 Three
100/1 Four

Score line of 0-0 in the rest of the tournament?
5/6 yes, 5/6 no

England to exit the tournament in a penalty shootout?
1/8 no, 9/2 yes

14/1 Germany to win the tournament on penalties

Further Information
Mark Young
PR Assistant, William Hill
Email: myoung@williamhill.co.uk
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England 8/1 For Euros…7/4 For Goal Line Technology In Brazil

England finished top of Group D and William Hill have cut their odds of winning the tournament from 12/1 to 8/1 – the shortest price that they have been to win the Euros.

Wayne Rooney scored the only goal of the game and William Hill are offering 5/1 that he manages to overtake the 115 caps that David Beckham won to become the most capped outfield player. He is 10/1 to be the top tournament goalscorer.

Steven Gerrard won man of the match and set up his fourth goal of the tournament and William Hill make him 1/2 to make the UEFA team of the tournament (6/4 he does not).

There was controversy as the Ukraine were denied an almost certain goal by the officials and William Hill are offering 7/4 that goal-line technology has been introduced to international football by the time that the Brazil World Cup kicks off (2/5 it has not).

“After another goal line controversy has been seen on the big stage that has seen the hosts booted out of the tournament, FIFA will surely have to sit up and take note,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Euro 2012 winner: 2/1 Germany; 5/2 Spain; 7/1 Portugal; 8/1 Italy; 8/1 England; 10/1 France; 40/1 Czech Republic; 50/1 Greece

Top goalscorer: 13/8 Mario Gomez; 7/2 Cristiano Ronaldo; 6/1 Fernando Torres; 10/1 Wayne Rooney; 16/1 Cesc Fabregas; 20/1 BAR

Steven Gerrard to be named in UEFA Team of the Tournament: 1/2 yes; 6/4 no

5/1 Wayne Rooney to win 116 (or more) caps for England

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Euro 2012: Russia Slashed From 20/1 To 12/1-dzagoev 10/1 For Golden Boot!

Russia were the most impressive team on day one of the Euro championship and they are now 12/1 from 20/1 to win the tournament. After his pair Hills are 10/1 from 33/1 that Alan Dzagoev wins the golden book with Pavlyuchenko now 25/1.

“It was honours even after day one and hopefully we are in for a great tournament,” said Hill’s spokesman Rupert Adams.

To Win Group A: 2/7 Russia, 11/2 Poland, 20/1 Czech Republic, 8/1 Greece

Euro 2012 winner: 11/4 Spain; 3/1 Germany; 6/1 Holland; 9/1 France; 12/1 England; 12/1 Russia; 14/1 Italy; 20/1 Portugal; 40/1 Poland; 50/1 Ukraine; 50/1 Croatia; 66/1 Sweden; 80/1 Republic of Ireland; 100/1 Czech Republic; 100/1 Denmark, 100/1 Greece;

Top Goalscorer: 9/1 Mario Gomez; 10/1 Robin van Persie; 10/1 Alan Dzagoev, 11/1 Karim Benzema; 12/1 Cristiano Ronaldo; 12/1 Robert Lewandowski; 14/1 Fernando Llorente; 14/1 Klaas Jan-Huntelaar; 14/1 Miroslav Klose; 16/1 Fernando Torres; 25/1 Mario Balotelli; 25/1 Roman Pavlyuchenko, 25/1 Lukas Podolski; 25/1 Thomas Muller; 33/1 Cesc Fabregas; 33/1 Wayne Rooney; 33/1 Antonio Di Natale; 33/1 David Silva; 33/1 Wesley Sneijder; 33/1 Alvaro Negredo; 33/1 Rafael van der Vaart; 33/1 Antonio Cassano; 40/1 BAR

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William Hill Expect To Take £100m For Euros…bookies Batten Down The Hatches

William Hill are gearing up for a potential £100m tournament with the European Championships just around the corner. Hills offered 16/1 on England (now 10/1) on Saturday and added to their liabilities of over £1m on the Three Lions, while punters have also been backing Spain (11/4), Germany (3/1) , Holland (13/2) and France (10/1).

“We are incredibly excited about this tournament and so are our punters,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “In fact, we alone are expecting to take £100m across all channels throughout the course of the Euros.”

Germany’s Mario Gomez is the 8/1 favourite to win the Golden boot and given the expansive way in which the energetic and youthful German side play, they could well reach the Final (6/4) and score plenty of goals along the way. Gomez is followed in the betting by 10/1 Robin van Persie and 12/1 Cristiano Ronaldo, who had two of the most remarkable goalscoring records in world football last season. Being banned for the first two matches of the tournament, Wayne Rooney is 33/1 to end the tournament as top goalscorer while Thomas Muller, who won the Golden Boot at the 2010 World Cup, is 25/1 to do the same in Poland and Ukraine.

England are 13/8 to be eliminated at the group stage and 15/8 to go out in the quarter finals but should there be an early exit for Roy’s boys, all English eyes will turn to one man. Howard Webb is 10/1 to referee the Final, while Scotland’s Craig Thompson is the same price.

William Hill Euros Odds:

Euro 2012 Winner: 11/4 Spain; 3/1 Germany; 13/2 Holland; 10/1 England; 10/1 France; 14/1 Italy; 20/1 Portugal; 20/1 Russia; 50/1 Ukraine; 50/1 Poland; 50/1 Czech Republic; 50/1 Croatia; 66/1 Sweden; 66/1 Greece; 80/1 ROI; 100/1 Denmark

To reach the final: 5/4 Spain; 6/4 Germany; 5/2 Holland; 9/2 France; 9/2 England; 11/2 Italy; 13/2 Portugal; 7/1 Russia; 16/1 Croatia; 16/1 Poland; 16/1 Ukraine; 20/1 Czech Republic; 25/1 Greece; 25/1 Sweden; 25/1 Denmark; 33/1 Republic of Ireland

Top Goalscorer: 8/1 Mario Gomez; 10/1 Robin van Persie; 12/1 Cristiano Ronaldo; 14/1 Fernando Llorente; 14/1 Karim Benzema; 14/1 Klaas Jan-Huntelaar; 14/1 Miroslav Klose; 18/1 Fernando Torres; 20/1 Robert Lewandowski; 25/1 Mario Balotelli; 25/1 Lukas Podolski; 25/1 Thomas Muller; 33/1 Cesc Fabregas; 33/1 Wayne Rooney; 33/1 Antonio Di Natale; 33/1 David Silva; 33/1 Wesley Sneijder; 33/1 Alvaro Negredo; 33/1 Rafael van der Vaart; 33/1 Antonio Cassano; 40/1 BAR

…other notable goalscorers… 50/1 Danny Welbeck; 50/1 Steven Gerrard; 50/1 Andy Carroll; 66/1 Ashley Young; 80/1 Theo Walcott; 80/1 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain; 80/1 Frank Lampard; 100/1 Robbie Keane

Player of the tournament: 10/1 Mario Gomez; 12/1 Mesut Ozil; 12/1 David Silva; 14/1 Cristiano Ronaldo; 14/1 Robin van Persie; 14/1 Andres Iniesta; 16/1 Bastian Schweinsteiger; 16/1 Xavi; 16/1 Fernando Llorente; 20/1 Arjen Robben; 20/1 Fernando Torres; 20/1 Klaas-Jan Huntelaar; 20/1 Thomas Muller; 20/1 Lukas Podolski; 25/1 Karim Benzema; 25/1 Wesley Sneijder; 33/1 Franck Ribery; 33/1 Mario Balotelli; 33/1 Samir Nasri; 33/1 Steven Gerard; 33/1 Cesc Fabregas; 40/1 Mario Gotze; 40/1 Antonio Di Natale; 40/1 Nani; 40/1 Rafael van der Vaart; 40/1 Toni Kroos; 40/1 Antonio Cassano; 50/1 BAR

…other notable player of tournament… 50/1 Frank Lampard; 66/1 Wayne Roney; 66/1 Ashley Young; 80/1 Joe Hart; 80/1 Theo Walcott; 100/1 Scott Parker; 100/1 Andy Carroll; 100/1 John Terry; 150/1 Ashley Cole; 150/1 Shay Given; 150/1 Robbie Keane

England top scorer: 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 Jermain Defoe; 12/1 Frank Lampard; 20/1 No goalscorer; 25/1 BAR

England stage of elimination: 13/8 group stage; 15/8 quarter finals; 9/2 semi finals; 15/2 runner up; 10/1 winner

Who will referee the final: 3/1 Viktor Kassai; 6/1 Pedro Proenca; 7/1 Damir Skomina; 8/1 Cunyet Cakir; 8/1 Nicola Rizzola; 10/1 Craig Thompson; 10/1 Jonas Eriksson; 10/1 Howard Webb; 10/1 Stephane Lannoy; 12/1 Wolfgang Stark; 12/1 Carlos Velasco Carballo; 14/1 Bjorn Kuipers

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24 Hours To Go: Football Punters Dial Up Euro Millions

William Hill are expecting a real betting boom when the European Championships kick off on Friday. The firm are predicting that £100million could be placed by the time the full time whistle blows in the Final in the Olympic Stadium in Kiev – £3million of which is expected to be staked on England’s first game on Monday. Spain are the 11/4 favourites to win the tournament with Germany 3/1. England are 12/1 fifth favourites and despite the fact that they are the longest price ever to win a major tournament, that has not stopped Hills racking up a £1million liability should Roy’s boys lift the trophy.

The Euros is the first major football tournament taking place since William Hill launched their app and they are expecting that up to £15m will be punted by mobile punters with almost 100,000 bets being placed on the England/France game via smart phone.

“Our punters have been chomping at the bit since the season ended and we have seen a steady stream of money coming in for the Euros since then,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “That steady stream is set to become a torrent in the next few days as the tournament gets going and we are expecting a nine figure turnover over the course of the next three weeks with an unprecedented 15% of that on mobile.”

On the day that England face France, Hills are expecting to take over 200,000 bets in their shops alone and could take over 50,000 bets on the match in-play equating to over £1million.

Germany’s Mario Gomez is the 8/1 favourite to win the Golden boot and given the expansive way in which the energetic and youthful German side play, they could well reach the Final (6/4) and score plenty of goals along the way. Gomez is followed in the betting by 10/1 Robin van Persie and 12/1 Cristiano Ronaldo, who had two of the most remarkable goalscoring records in world football last season. Being banned for the first two matches of the tournament, Wayne Rooney is 33/1 to end the tournament as top goalscorer while Thomas Muller, who won the Golden Boot at the 2010 World Cup, is 25/1 to do the same in Poland and Ukraine.

FACTS:

William Hill expect to take over £100m on the tournament on the whole
– England’s first game could attract over £3m (£1million in-play)
– Over 200,000 bets will be staked in shops alone on the day of England’s first game against France
– £15m to be staked on mobile on tournament and 100,000 bets to be placed on the England/France game via app

Euro 2012 winner: 11/4 Spain; 3/1 Germany; 6/1 Holland; 10/1 France; 12/1 England; 14/1 Italy; 20/1 Portugal; 20/1 Russia; 50/1 Ukraine; 50/1 Poland; 50/1 Czech Republic; 50/1 Croatia; 66/1 Sweden; 66/1 Greece; 80/1 Republic of Ireland; 100/1 Denmark
Top Goalscorer: 8/1 Mario Gomez; 10/1 Robin van Persie; 12/1 Cristiano Ronaldo; 14/1 Fernando Llorente; 14/1 Karim Benzema; 14/1 Klaas Jan-Huntelaar; 14/1 Miroslav Klose; 18/1 Fernando Torres; 20/1 Robert Lewandowski; 25/1 Mario Balotelli; 25/1 Lukas Podolski; 25/1 Thomas Muller; 33/1 Cesc Fabregas; 33/1 Wayne Rooney; 33/1 Antonio Di Natale; 33/1 David Silva; 33/1 Wesley Sneijder; 33/1 Alvaro Negredo; 33/1 Rafael van der Vaart; 33/1 Antonio Cassano; 40/1 BAR
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Goal-line Technology Now 11/4 For Next Season…champions League Latest

Spurs were on the receiving end of a controversial decision at Wembley on Sunday and Sepp Blatter has revealed that FIFA are willing to experiment with goal-line technology in June and William Hill are offering 11/4 that it is in place for the start of the Premier League next season (1/4 it is not).

Another controversial decision came at Old Trafford where Ashley Young won his second dubious penalty in as many weeks and William Hill are offering 3/1 that he is booked for simulation during the run in to the season.

Despite Tottenham’s recent slump in form, culminating in their 5-1 defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup, Harry Redknapp is 1/4 to become the next England manager, with Roy Hodgson 4/1 and Stuart Pearce 6/1.

“Since Capello left England, seemingly thrusting Redknapp into the seat overnight, Spurs have won just once,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “As the old adage goes though, form is temporary, class is permanent.”

Chelsea now have a two legged affair against Barcelona to contest and Hills offer 12/1 that they win the Champions League AND the FA Cup.

Di Matteo has only seen one defeat since he took over as Chelsea boss, but despite this, he is the 11/4 second favourite to become the next permanent Chelsea boss with Hills who go 2/1 Benitez and 11/4 Mourinho.

The Champions League semi finals kick off on Tuesday and William Hill make Barcelona the 6/5 favourites to be the highest scoring team of the four this week, with Real Madrid 5/2, Bayern Munich 11/4 and Chelsea 9/2.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lional Messi both reached the landmark of 41 goals in La Liga and William Hill make Ronaldo the 4/5 favourite to end the season as the leading scorer in Spain, Messi is just behind at 10/11.

La Liga Top Goalscorer: 4/5 Cristiano Ronaldo; 10/11 Lionel Messi

Goal Line Technology to be introduced by the start of next season: 11/4 yes; 1/4 no

Ashley Young to be booked for simulation in the Premier League season 2011/12: 3/1

Ashley Young to be booked for simulation at Euro 2012: 10/3
*bets void if he does not make Euro 2012 squad

Midweek specials:

Highest scoring match: 11/10 Bayern Munich/Real Madrid; 5/4 Chelsea/Barcelona; 3/1 Tie

Highest scoring team: 6/5 Barcelona; 5/2 Real Madrid; 11/4 Bayern Munich; 9/2 Chelsea

Fastest scoring team: 2/1 Barcelona; 9/4 Bayern Munich; 9/4 Real Madrid; 3/1 Chelsea

Champions League outright 5/6 Barcelona; 5/2 Real Madrid; 5/1 Bayern Munich; 8/1 Chelsea

Name the finalists: 3/4 Barcelona/Real Madrid; 9/4 Barcelona/Bayern Munich; 6/1 Real Madrid/Chelsea; 11/1 Bayern Munich/Chelsea

Next permanent Chelsea manager: 2/1 Rafael Benitez; 11/4 Jose Mourinho; 11/4 Roberto Di Matteo; 7/1 Pep Guardiola; 8/1 Laurent Blanc; 14/1 Joachim Low; 14/1 David Moyes; 25/1 BAR

Next permanent England manager: 1/4 Harry Redknapp; 4/1 Roy Hodgson; 6/1 Stuart Pearce; 12/1 Jose Mourinho; 12/1 Pep Guardiola; 20/1 Arsene Weger; 25/1 Martin O’Neill; 33/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
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