Rangers 7/2 To Be Perfect At Home

This weekend Rangers play their first home game in the fourth tier and William Hill go 7/2 that they win every home game this term and 6/4 that they stay unbeaten home and away in the league. Rangers are 15/8 to win against East Stirling with a -3 handicap.

“Rangers will want to put on a good show after a sorry summer for the club. They should take confidence from last weekend’s late equaliser to really show the fans they are up for this fight,” said William Hill spokesman Mark Young

Celtic travel to Ross County this weekend and are 4/9 for the victory. The last three games between the two clubs have produced 2-0 score lines on every occasion, one for Celtic and one for County. For either team to win 2-0 is 9/2. With both teams scoring in six of their last seven meetings, Hearts and Inverness are Even money to both score on Saturday.

Kilmarnock and Motherwell is not a fixture that produces many goals as only three of the last eight meetings have produced more than one goal. It is 21/10 that there is one or less goals this weekend. Aberdeen always seem to do well against St Johnstone, where they are travelling on Saturday, unbeaten in their last four visits. Aberdeen are 6/4 draw no bet.

The Dundee derby should produce some fireworks but Dundee are yet to score in the SPL this term. Dundee United are 13/10 to win to nil. Kenny McLean is on fire for St Mirren and for him to score anytime and the Saints to win is 17/2.

Scottish Football Specials

7/2 Rangers to win all home league matches 2012/13

6/4 Rangers to remain undefeated in the league in 2012/13

Match Specials
7/1 Ross County, 16/5 Draw, 4/9 Celtic
9/2 Match Result to be 2-0
10/11 Hearts, 12/5 Draw, 3/1 Inverness
1/1 Both teams to score
13/8 Kilmarnock, 9/4 Draw, 17/10 Motherwell
21/10 Match to have under 1.5 goals
6/5 St Johnstone, 21/10 Draw, 5/2 Aberdeen
6/4 Aberdeen Draw No Bet
13/10 St Mirren, 11/5 Draw, 11/5 Hibernian
17/2 McLean to score anytime and St Mirren to win
1/2 Dundee Utd, 3/1 Draw, 6/1Dundee
13/10 Dundee Utd to win to nil
1/20 Rangers, 8/1 Draw, 16/1 East Stirling
15/8 Rangers -3 goals

Further Information
Mark Young
PR Assistant, William Hill
Email: myoung@williamhill.co.uk
Phone: 02089183981

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William Hill Scottish Cup First Round Draw And Odds Unveiled

The sponsors unveiled their odds for the 2012/13 William Hill Scottish Cup following the first draw at Edinburgh Castle this afternoon.

Scottish FA Commercial Director Kenny MacLeod, last season’s winning Hearts captain Marius Zaliuskas and David Russell, William Hill Group HR Director, conducted the first round draw.

Coldstream, who had a seven hour round-trip to Wick in last season ‘Cup, face another long trip to the Highlands. ‘The Streamers’ will face Fraserburgh in the opening round of Scotland’s premier football competition.

Several games could lay claim to being the tie of the round, but the stand out fixture looks set to be the game between Irvine Meadow against Gala Fairydean. The two sides are filled with quality and it should be a rip-roaring first round tie.

Celtic are the 4/5 favourites to lift the cup, while Hearts are 8/1 with the sponsors to retain their crown.

‘The first round draw has thrown up some very juicy ties,’’ said William Hill spokesman Tony Kenny, ‘and we just can’t wait for the action to get underway.’

To win the 2012/13 William Hill Scottish Cup (Sponsors odds)
4/5 Celtic
8/1 Dundee Utd
8/1 Hearts
12/1 Motherwell
14/1 Aberdeen
14/1 Hibernian
14/1 Rangers
20/1 St Johnstone
20/1 Kilmarnock
25/1 Inverness
25/1 St Mirren
40/1 Ross County
50/1 Dundee
50/1 Dunfermline
50/1 Falkirk
66/1 Bar

William Hill Scottish Cup Specials

7/1 Non League Side to Reach Fifth Round

33/1 Non League Side to beat an SPL Side

Non League Side to Progress the Furthest
9/2 Cove Rangers
13/2 Stirling University
7/1 Forres Mechanics
8/1 Irvine Meadow
10/1 Dalbeattie Star
10/1 Inverurie loco
10/1 Nairn County
12/1 Spartans
14/1 Bonnyrigg
14/1 Buckie Thistle
20/1 Shotts
25/1 Fraserburgh
33/1 Deveronvale
33/1 Whitehill Welfare
40/1 Edinburgh City
40/1 Edinburgh University
50/1 Threave Rovers
Others On Request

Highland League Side to Progress the Furthest
7/2 Cove Rangers
4/1 Forres Mechanics
13/2 Inverurie loco
13/2 Nairn County
7/1 Buckie Thistle
12/1 Fraserburgh
14/1 Deveronvale
16/1 Keith
16/1 Wick Academy
20/1 Clachnacuddin
20/1 Formartine Utd
20/1 Huntly
25/1 Brora Rangers
33/1 Lossiemouth
33/1 Turriff Utd
66/1 Rothes
100/1 Fort William

East of Scotland League Side to Progress the furthest?
3/1 Stirling University
7/2 Spartans
13/2 Whitehill Welfare
15/1 Edinburgh University
8/1 Edinburgh City
12/1 CS Strollers
14/1 Gala Fairydean
14/1 Preston Athletic
14/1 Vale of Leithen
20/1 Selkirk
25/1 Coldstream
33/1 Burntisland Shipyard
100/1 Hawick Royal Albert

South of Scotland League Side to Progress the furthest
2/5 Dalbeattie Star
4/1 Threave Rovers
8/1 Newton Stewart
16/1 St Cuthbert Wanderers
16/1 Wigtown & Bladnoch

Junior Side to Progress the Furthest?
8/11 Irvine Meadow
5/2 Bonnyrigg
6/1 Shotts
10/1 Hermes
20/1 Girvan

Tony Kenny
Head of Sponsorship PR

T: 020 8918 3627
M: 07714138698
E: tkenny@williamhill.co.uk
William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
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William Hill Spl Final Weekend Specials

Scottish Specials

It’s the last weekend of the SPL and the only issues
still to be sorted is the third Europa League spot and Top
Goalscorer.

Who will Finish Fifth?
Hearts 1/7
St Johnstone 4/1

Top Goalscorer
Gary Hooper 1/8
Jon Daly 9/2

The last two matchdays in the SPL only one match saw both
teams score. Maybe this is the week to back NO on all 6
matches on the Will Both Teams Score Coupon

No on all 6 Games Both To Score 60/1

All 12 teams to Score 28/1

Only 10 goals were scored in the 6 SPL matches last weekend and
after only 12 goals were scored in the midweek previous have all
the goals in the SPL dried up?
Total SPL Goals this weekend
Under 15 5/4
15 -17 15/8
Over 17 2/1

The bottom half of the SPL finish on Saturday and the top
half finish on Sunday. Which day will produce the most goals
Most Goals in SPL
Saturday 15/8
Sunday Evs
Tie 11/4

Highest Scoring Match
Celtic v Hearts 11/4
St Johnstone v Rangers 7/2
Dunfermline v Kilmarnock 4/1
Motherwell v Dundee Utd 9/2
Inverness v Hibernian 5/1
Aberdeen v St Mirren 6/1

Scottish League Play Offs

The Second Leg of the Scottish league Play Offs
will take place this weekend.

To Win First Division Play Offs
Ayr Utd 13/8
Dumbarton 5/2
Arbroath 3/1
Airdrie 4/1

To Win Second Division Play Offs
Stranraer 13/8
Albion 5/2
Elgin 5/2
Queens Park 5/1

Match Specials

Aberdeen v St Mirren
Last two fixtures between these sides have been
score draws.
Match to be a Score Draw 11/4

19 year old Jamie Masson scored his first goal for the
Dons last weekend.
Masson to Score Anytime 6/1

Paul McGowan and Steven Thompson have scored the
last 4 Saints goals away from home between them.
McGowan and Thompson both to Score 11/1

Dunfermline v Kilmarnock
This is a match which often sees goals with the
last 6 matches averaging 3.8 goals per game.
Over 3.5 Goals in match 9/4

The Pars will be hoping to sign off as an SPL
side in style and top scorer Andy Kirk will be
looking to add to his tally.
Kirk to Score anytime and Dunfermline Win 16/5

Dean Shiels has scored in 5 goals in his last 6
SPL matches
Shiels to Score 2 or more goals 7/1

Inverness v Hibernian
Both games at Inverness this season have been
goalless at half time
0-0 at Half Time 2/1

Inverness have not scored in the First Half at home
in their last 5 matches
1st Inverness Goal 46th Minute and Over 2/1

Paul Hanlon and Garry O’Connor both scored on
their last visit to the Highlands and both also netted
in Mondays win over Dunfermline
O’Connor and Hanlon Both to Score 22/1

Celtic v Hearts
Celtic will be looking to put on a show for their fans
as they collect the trophy today. Hearts players could
be forgiven for having one eye on next weeks
Cup Final so mistakes maybe made.
Celtic to Score a Penalty 4/1

Charlie Mulgrew ends the season with a hat-trick
of Player of the Year Awards.
Mulgrew to Score Anytime and Celtic Win 9/2

Gary Hooper has scored in his last two games
against Hearts and will be looking to finish the season
as Top Goalscorer in the SPL.
Hooper to Score 2 or more 11/4

Celtic have won their last 6 SPL matches and have
not conceded a goal in any of them.
Celtic to Win to Nil 21/20

Rudi Skacel opened the scoring in the William Hill
Scottish Cup Semi Final against Celtic
Skacel to Score First 9/1

Craig Beattie scored a penalty in the last minute in
the Semi Final but then missed one against Rangers
Beattie to Score a Penalty 9/1

Motherwell v Dundee Utd
Michael Higdon and Jon Daly are the men that everyone
will look to provide the goals today.
Higdon and Daly to Score Anytime 11/2

Stephen Craigan has announced he will end his
career after this match. Can he grab his first goal for
Motherwell in the SPL since 2006.
Craigan to Score Anytime 20/1

Jon Daly is still one goal behind Gary Hooper in the
Top Scorer table. Can he pip him in the final match
of the season?
Daly to Score 2 or more 8/1

St Johnstone v Rangers
With only 1 goal from St Johnstone in their last 6 matches
and also only 1 scored in their last 5 v Rangers this could
be a match where only one side scores.
NO for Both teams to Score EVS

St Johnstones last 3 SPL goals have all come from
the Penalty Spot
St Johnstone to Score a Penalty 6/1

Rangers have won 4 of their last 6 matches against
St Johnstone without losing a goal
Rangers to Win to Nil 12/5

Further Info…Joe Crilly…07850 518 164

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William Hill…….Scottish Football Specials

To Finish Bottom of SPL
Dunfermline 1/4
Hibernian 11/4
Inverness 25/1
St Mirren 50/1

Top Goalscorer SPL
Gary Hooper 2/5
Jon Daly 7/2
Francisco Sandaza 8/1
Anthony Stokes 14/1
Michael Higdon 20/1

It will soon be time for the awards to be handed out
and William Hill have priced up the PFA awards

SPFA Player of the Year? (Last Year – Izaguirre)
Charlie Mulgrew 3/1
Scott Brown 3/1
Joe Ledley 4/1
Carlos Bocanegra 6/1
Gary Hooper 8/1
Lee Wallace 8/1
Steven Davis 8/1
Francisco Sandaza 10/1
Fraser Forster 10/1
Keith Lasley 10/1
Paul Dixon 10/1
Steven Naismith 10/1
Sone Aluko 12/1
Jon Daly 14/1
Rudi Skacel 20/1
Scott Vernon 20/1

SPFA Young Player of the Year (Last Year – Goodwillie)
James Forrest 4/11
Gary Mackay-Steven 5/1
Johnny Russell 5/1
Victor Wanyama 5/1
Adam Matthews 10/1

SPFA Manager of The Year (Last Year – John McGlynn)
Neil Lennon 10/11
Derek Adams 5/2
Stuart McCall 7/2
Kenny Shiels 4/1
Colin Cameron 8/1
Paul Hartley 8/1
Ally McCoist 12/1
Craig Brown 14/1

Singles Only Accepted on the Awards Markets

With it being a matter of when and not if Celtic
clinch the title the race is on for Second Place in
the SPL.
Who will finish Second in the SPL?
Rangers 1/5
Motherwell 10/3

The above sides meet at Fir Park on Saturday
and a win for the home side will see them level
on points with Rangers.
Motherwell to beat Rangers on Sat and
Finish Second 11/2
Motherwell to Lose to Rangers on Sat
and Finish Second 14/1
Rangers to beat Motherwell on Sat and
Finish Second 6/4
Rangers to Lose to Motherwell on Sat
and Finish Second 10/3

Match Specials

Motherwell v Rangers
Nicky Law has been on form at home for Motherwell
with 4 goals from his last 7 home matches
Law to Score Anytime 6/1

Sone Aluko has scored 4 goals in his last 6 matches
Aluko to Score Anytime and Rangers to Win 16/5

Rangers have won their last 4 matches v Motherwell without
conceding a goal
Rangers to Win to Nil 7/2

Dundee Utd v Dunfermline
Dundee Utd have kept a Clean Sheet in 3 of their
last 4 home SPL matches
Dundee Utd to Win to Nil 21/20

Dunfermline have not lost in the SPL in their last 4
visits to Tannadice.
Dunfermline Draw No Bet 11/2

Hearts v Aberdeen
Hearts have not lost a goal in their last 6 matches
against Aberdeen.
Hearts to Keep a Clean Sheet 11/10

The Dons have failed to score in the SPL on the three
occasions they have visited the capital this season
(2 v Hibs and 1 v Hearts) they will be looking to top
scorer Scott Vernon to break that duck.
Scott Vernon to Score Anytime 2/1

St Mirren v Kilmarnock
St Mirren have failed to win in the SPL in 2012 so far,
Their 11 matches has seen no fewer than 7 draws.
Last time out they threw away a 1-0 Half Time lead
and got a point at Dunfermline.
St Mirren To lead at Half time and Not Win 11/1

Paul Heffernan scored his first goals in 5 matches when
netting a double last week at home to Motherwell. He
also scored in the 2-1 win over St Mirren in January.
Heffernan to Score 2 or more 9/1

Celtic v St Johnstone
Gary Hooper was a late substitute v Rangers and will
be looking for a starting spot v the Saints.
Hooper to Score a Hat-trick 12/1

Francesco Sandaza is closing down on Gary Hooper
at the top of the SPL Goalscoring Charts and scoring
against Hoopers side would make him a serious contender
Sandaza to Score Anytime 7/2

Inverness v Hibernian
Inverness never seem to get back into a match if they
lose the first goal but that could change today
Inverness to Come From behind and Win 8/1

Garry O’Connor has scored in both matches against
Inverness this season
O’Connor to Score Anytime 2/1

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,
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Celtic Overwhelming Favourites To Win Scottish League Cup And Spl Specials

With the Scottish League Cup final taking place this weekend, William Hill make Celtic the overwhelming favourites to lift the cup, offering them at 1/7 as opposed to Kilmarnock who are 4/1. Celtic are 3/10 to win the match in 90 minutes with Kilmarnock 7/1 and the draw 10/3.

“Celtic are already the huge favourites to win the League and the odds suggest that before they do so, they will run out winners of the Scottish League Cup,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Scottish Football Specials

Scottish League Cup Final

To Win Cup
Celtic 1/7
Kilmarnock 4/1

90 Minutes Odds
Celtic 3/10
Draw 10/3
Kilmarnock 7/1

To Win In Extra Time
Celtic 10/1
Kilmarnock 25/1

To Win On Penalties
Celtic 16/1
Kilmarnock 18/1

Killie have scored the opening goal in three of
their last 6 matches against Celtic
Kilmarnock to Score First 11/4

Celtic never lost any of those games where Killie
opened the scoring, drawing 2 and winning one.
Celtic to Come from Behind and win 13/2
Celtic to Come from Behind and win or draw 9/2

The last time these sides met in this final was in
2001 when Celtic won 3-0 due to a Larsson hat-trick
Hooper to Score a Hat-trick 12/1
Stokes to Score a Hat-trick 20/1

Kilmarnock have lost 5 times in the Scottish League
Cup Final and only once they have lost by a single goal
Celtic -1 goal 10/11
Celtic -2 goals 9/4

Who Will Score the Winner?
Gary Hooper 11/4
Anthony Stokes 7/2
Georgios Samaras 9/2
James Forrest 11/2
Joe Ledley 9/1
Scott Brown 9/1
Charlie Mulgrew 12/1
Paul Heffernan 25/1
Dean Shiels 25/1
James Dayton 40/1
Liam Kelly 50/1
James Fowler 66/1
Others On Request
Bets Settled on the player to score the last goal of
the match for the winning side. ET and Pens Count

SPL Specials

Dundee Utd v Rangers
Matches between hese sides at Tannadice have been
full of incident with 4 red cards shown in the last 2 games
Red Card Shown in Match 7/2

Rangers have been playing their best football away
from home and have won their last 2 away games in the
SPL 4-1.
Rangers -1 goal 17/2
Rangers -2 goals 11/1

Motherwell v Aberdeen
Rory Fallon grabbed a double last Sunday to send
Motherwell crashing out of the Scottish Cup
Fallon to Score 2 or more goals 8/1

St Mirren v St Johnstone
St Mirren have drawn 7 of their last 8 matches and
St Johnstone have drawn 4 of their last 6. 6 of those
draws have been 0-0 and also 3 of the last 5 meetings
between these sides have been goalless.
No Goalscorer in Match 7/1

Hearts v Hibernian
Hearts have won only 1 match of thier last 9. Hibs
have only lost 2 of their last 7 so go into this derby
as the form side.
Hibernian Draw No Bet 21/10

Andy Webster has scored in both derbies this season
Webster to Score Anytime 7/1

Hearts have made a habit of scoring late in these
matches with 4 goals in the last 10 minutes of their
last 6 matches.
Hearts to Score after the 80th Minute 4/1

On loan striker Roy O’Donovan has scored in Hibs’
last two away victories.
O’Donovan to Score and Hibs to Win 13/2

Scottish Junior Cup Quarter Final Specials

Highest Scoring Match
Auchinleck v Bo’ness 9/4
Irvine Meadow v Bonnyrigg 5/2
Largs v Kilwinning 11/4
St Andrews v Shotts 11/4

To Win Cup
Auchinleck 15/8
Irvine Meadow 7/2
Bo’ness 5/1
Bonnyrigg 11/2
St Andrews 8/1
Shotts 10/1
Largs 14/1
Kilwinning 20/1

To Qualify For Semi Final

Auchinleck 4/11
Bo’ness 2/1

Irvine Meadow 1/2
Bonnyrigg 6/4

Largs 4/9
Kilwinning 13/8

St Andrews 1/2
Shotts 6/4

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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William Hill Scottish Cup Specials

William Hill
SCOTTISH CUP SPECIALS

WILL CELTIC BE IN FINAL
YES 4/9
NO 13/8

TO QUALIFY FOR SEMI FINAL

HEARTS 1/3
ST MIRREN 9/4

AYR UTD 13/8
HIBERNIAN 4/9

DUNDEE UTD 11/4
CELTIC 1/4

MOTHERWELL 4/11
ABERDEEN 2/1

HIGHEST SCORING MATCH
DUNDEE UTD V CELTIC 15/8
AYR V HIBERNIAN 11/4
HEARTS V ST MIRREN 3/1
MOTHERWELL V ABERDEEN 3/1

MATCH SPECIALS

HEARTS V ST MIRREN
SKACEL TO SCORE ANYTIME
AND HEARTS TO WIN 7/2

AYR UTD V HIBERNIAN
GEGGAN AND DOYLE BOTH
TO SCORE ANYTIME 21/1

DUNDEE UTD V CELTIC
CELTIC TO SCORE IN FIRST 10 MINS 6/1

MOTHERWELL V ABERDEEN
MOTHERWELL TO WIN BY
EXACTLY ONE GOAL 3/1

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William Hill Spl Specials

Celtic have all but won the league, Motherwell look good
for 3rd position(at least) and Dunfermline are looking
more each week to be the team that finishes bottom
so this week we will look at the sides who are aiming
for a top 6 spot in the SPL which will bring with it some
much needed financial rewards.

TO FINISH IN TOP 6 YES NO
St Johnstone 1/10 11/2
Dundee Utd 1/6 7/2
Hearts 1/6 7/2
Aberdeen 3/1 2/9
Kilmarnock 5/1 1/9
St Mirren 8/1 1/20
Singles Only

WHO WILL SCORE THE QUICKEST GOAL?
Celtic 7/2
Rangers 9/2
Dundee Utd 11/2
Motherwell 13/2
Hibernian 8/1
Kilmarnock 10/1
St Johnstone 12/1
Dunfermline 14/1
Inverness 14/1
St Mirren 14/1
Aberdeen 16/1
Hearts 16/1
All matches must be played or void

Match Specials

ABERDEEN V CELTIC
Scotland International Charlie Mulgrew has scored in 3 of
the last 4 matches that he has started against Aberdeen.
Mulgrew to Score Anytime and Celtic to Win 12/1

DUNFERMLINE V MOTHERWELL
The two matches between these sides this season have
produced a total of 10 goals.
5 or more goals scored in the match 7/1

HIBERNIAN V ST MIRREN
All 8 goals scored in the two matches between these
sides this season have been scored in the First Half
First Half to be Highest Scoring Half 11/5

KILMARNOCK V ST JOHNSTONE
Francisco Sandaza has scored in both victories against
Killie. The Spanaird is hoping to find his scoring boots
this week as he has now failed to score in his last 5 games.
Sandaza to Score and St Johnstone to win 14/5

RANGERS V HEARTS
Rangers came from behind to get a point against Hearts
on the opening day of the season at Ibrox
Rangers to come from behind and win or draw 4/1

DUNDEE UTD v INVERNESS
Both matches this season have been high scoring
with at least 4 goals in each game
4 or more goals scored in match 5/2

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
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Spl Specials

SPL Specials

HAT TRICK HEROES

Michael Higdon grabbed the fifth SPL
Hat-trick of the season in midweek but
it is still 7 short of last seasons total
of 12 hat-tricks.
TOTAL SPL HAT-TRICKS THIS SEASON
Under 7.5 5/6
Over 7.5 5/6

WILL THERE BE A HAT-TRICK THIS WEEKEND?
Yes 7/1
No 1/16

NEXT PLAYER TO SCORE A HAT-TRICK?
Gary Hooper 13/2
Anthony Stokes 8/1
David Healy 8/1
Sone Aluko 10/1
Georgios Samaras 14/1
John Daly 14/1
Kyle Lafferty 14/1
Francisco Sandaza 16/1
Craig Beattie 20/1
Garry O’Connor 20/1
Henrik Ojamaa 20/1
Michael Higdon 20/1
Paul Heffernan 20/1
Rudi Skacel 20/1
Scott Vernon 20/1
Others On Request

MATCH SPECIALS

ST MIRREN v ABERDEEN
Aberdeen have kept a Clean Sheet in 4 of their
last 5 SPL matches
Aberdeen to Keep a Clean Sheet 2/1

CELTIC v MOTHERWELL
Celtic have won three of their last four matches
against Motherwell at Celtic Park 4-0.
Celtic to win 4-0 16/1

Celtic (+2) Handicap 23/10

Celtic won thier last match v Motherwell after going
behind to a Michael Higdon goal
Celtic to Come from Behind and Win 7/1

HEARTS v DUNDEE UTD
Dundee Utd have only lost one of their last twelve
matches against Hearts. The majority of their victories
have been by a single goal.
Dundee Utd to win By 1 Goal 17/5

KILMARNOCK v HIBERNIAN
Both teams have scored in 6 of the last 7 matches
between these sides.
Both Teams to Score 5/6

ST JOHNSTONE v DUNFERMLINE
You need to go back 12 matches to find the last time
that the home side won in a match between these sides
Dunfermline Draw No Bet 5/2

INVERNESS v RANGERS
There has been a habit of late goals being scored in
this fixture and also in oher matches featuring these
two sides.
Match Goal after 80mins 5/4

Whenever David Healy scores Rangers win
Healy to Score anytime and Rangers to win 13/10

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William Hill Spl Specials

To Win SPL
Celtic 1/50
Rangers 12/1

Celtic to win all remaining SPL Games 11/1
Celtic not to lose anymore SPL Games 6/4
Rangers to win all remaining SPL Games 40/1
Rangers not to lose anymore SPL Games 11/4

Old Firm Doubles
Celtic to Win + Rangers to Lose 19/2
Celtic to Win + Rangers NOT to Win 10/3
Celtic to Win + Rangers to Win 7/10
Rangers to Win + Celtic to Lose 19/2
Rangers to Win + Celtic NOT to Win 10/3

Match Specials

Dundee Utd v St Mirren
Four out the last five meetings between these
sides have ended in a score draw including
both meetings this season
Match to End as a Score Draw 3/1

Dunfermline v Inverness
On both occasions Inverness have visited Dunfermline
this season they scored 3 goals in each match. Both
games Jonathan Hayes and Greg Tansey have scored
Hayes and Tansey both to Score 16/1

Motherwell v Hearts
Motherwells last 3 home matches have averaged
five goals a game and Hearts have only failed to score
in one of their last 4 away games.
Over 3.5 Goals in match 10/3

Rangers v Kilmarnock
Don’t leave this game early as there have been a few
late goals in both these sides matches lately
Match Goal 81st Minute to Full Time 13/10

Aberdeen v St Johnstone
The Saints have kept a Clean sheet on their last
three visits to Pittodrie
St Jonstone to Keep a Clean Sheet 5/2

Hibernian v Celtic
Anthony Stokes loves playing against his former club
and has scored in the last 4 victories over Hibs
Stokes to Score and Celtic to Win 5/4

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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Celtic 5/4 For Treble – 7/2 To Meet Hearts In William Hill

CELTIC 5/4 FOR TREBLE – 7/2 TO MEET HEARTS IN William Hill SCOTTISH CUP FINAL
William Hill make Celtic to win the Treble following the draw for the William Hill Scottish Cup, for which they are now 8/11 favourites, with the sponsors offering 7/2 that Celtic will play Hearts in the Final.
Hills also offer: 6/1 Motherwell; 10/1 Dundee U; Hearts; Hibs; 14 Aberdeen; 16 St Johnstone; 20 St Mirren; 40 Ross Co; 50 Falkirk; 100 Ayr; 125 Queen of South.
CELTIC SPECIALS:
1/3 – Scots Prem/League Cup
10/11- FA Cup/League Cup
EVS – Scots Prem/FA Cup
5/4 -Scots Prem/FA Cup/League Cup
40/1 – No trophies
Celtic v Everyone Else
Celtic to Win Cup 8/11
Anyone Else to Win Cup EVS

Will Celtic be in the Final
Yes 4/11
No 2/1

First Division Club to Win Cup 28/1
First Division Club in Final 9/2

William Hill Name the Finalists
Celtic v Hearts 7/2
Celtic v Hibernian 5/1
Celtic v Motherwell 4/1
Celtic v Aberdeen 6/1
Dundee Utd v Hearts 16/1
Dundee Utd v Hibernian 20/1
Dundee Utd v Aberdeen 33/1
Dundee Utd v Motherwell 20/1
Hearts v Hibernian 20/1
Motherwell v Hearts 16/1
Dundee Utd v Ross County 66/1
Ross County v Falkirk 200/1
William Hill – Next SPL Boss to go
Ally McCoist 11/4
Paulo Sergio 11/2
Jim McIntyre 8/1
Terry Butcher 10/1
Pat Fenlon 14/1
Peter Houston 16/1
Craig Brown 20/1
Danny Lennon 25/1
Kenny Shiels 33/1
Neil Lennon 50/1
Steve Lomas 50/1
Stuart McCall 50/1
No Manager to Leave 13/8

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
TWITTER- @sharpeangle

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