Saturday Soccer Betting Tip

Saturday Soccer Betting Tip

Our free soccer tip this weekend come from ex bookmaker Phil
at the Football Bets website.

You can read a bit more about Phil’s general philosophy in an online
copy of an interview he gave see ==> Odds Compiler

As you can see from his message below he actually has four bets for
football bets clients today. Here on the free blog however we just have one of them
The other three are live in the member area at his site now
and £1 gets you instant access.

See ==> Football Bets

Anyhow over to Phil


For Saturday we have four selections to place getting underway in the early kick off from Carrow Road
before another two English Premier League bets as Aston Villa host Swansea and Wigan make the short trip to Old Trafford.

Our fourth and final selection will see one of the Championship’s promotion favourites Blackburn go to Bristol City
hoping to build on a good start to life in the second tier of English football.

Aston Villa v Swansea (3:00pm)
OVER 2.5 Goals at 42/41 (2.02) Pinnacle – Evens (2.00) Ladbrokes PaddyPower
1pt Staked





Blackpool Hit By Hammer Blow…irons Odds On To Stay Up

West Ham won the ‘Richest Game In English Football’ and earned themselves a place at the top table once again and William Hill now make The Hammers 8/11 to survive in the Premier League next season (Evens to go down). There always has to be one unlucky side in the Playoffs and Blackpool were that side on Saturday. Their fans should take heart however, as they are 5/1 to go up next season and 16/1 to win the league.

“West Ham are back where they feel they belong and it looks like their stay will be more than one season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Blackpool 2012/13 Season: 16/1 Win the Championship;

West Ham 2012/13 season: 8/11 stay up; 1/1 relegated; 2000/1 win the League

Championship outright: 6/1 Leicester City; 8/1 Bolton Wanderers; 8/1 Wolves; 10/1 Birmingham; 11/1 Cardiff; 14/1 Brighton; 14/1 Leeds; 16/1 Blackburn; 16/1 Blackpool; 20/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

The Million Man: Barton’s Tweet Is Looking Sweet

Joey Barton breached the million follower mark and William Hill are offering 10/1 that he manages to overtake the two kings of English football tweeting, Wayne Rooney and Rio Ferdinand, by the end of the season. He is 5/2 to overtake one of them and 1/3 to fail to overtake either of them. Given his propensity to controversial tweeting, Hills are offering 11/4 that he is banned from tweeting by QPR before the end of the season.

“Joey’s twitter feed, which spans from philosophy, through football banter and so-called ‘TOWIE bashing’, is proving incredibly popular and its diversity could help in making it the number one Twitter footy feed by the end of the season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “He just has to make sure that he is not too controversial otherwise his club may force him to quit.”

Banned from tweeting by the end of the season by QPR: 11/4 yes; 1/4 no

To overtake Rio Ferdinand or Wayne Rooney in Twitter followers by the end of the season: 1/3 neither; 5/2 one; 10/1 both

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

Carroll Becomes The Main Man For Liverpool…transfer Specials

Luis Suarez started his eight game ban against Manchester City and Andy Carroll will need to come to the party. Hills are betting on how many goals Carroll scores in the next seven matches and make one goal the 5/2 favourite. He is 11/4 to bag two and 7/2 to score three. Carroll is 7/2 to draw a blank in the entirety of Suarez’s absence.

“Andy Carroll has had a difficult start to his Liverpool career and for the first time since arriving at Anfield, he will be the focal point of the side’s attacks for a sustained period of time,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “It is now time for him to start performing and we think that while he may not sparkle, he should get a couple of goals for the cause.”

Jermain Defoe was on target for Spurs as they defeated West Brom and William Hill think that he will remain a Spurs player come the end of the transfer window. He is 4/11 to still be at White Hart Lane and 2/1 to have left, with Newcastle the 3/1 favourites to be his next club after Spurs. Defoe is 13/8 to start England’s first Euro 2012 game (4/9 not to) and is 50/1 to be the Euro 2012 leading goalscorer. Spurs’ victory over WBA resulted in another three points in their quest to finish in the top four and Hills make them 2/7 to finish in the Champions League spots.

There are question marks over the futures of two more of English football’s top strikers and Hills offer 11/10 that Bobby Zamora leaves Fulham this window and Even money that Didier Drogba leaves Chelsea in the same time frame. Bolton are the 15/8 favourites to be Zamora’s next club, while there are three Chinese sides (Shanghai Shenhua, Guangzho Evergrande and Dakaub Aerbin) at 3/1 to be Drogba’s next club.

How many goals will Andy Carroll score in the next seven games (all competitions): 7/2 none; 5/2 one; 11/4 two; 7/2 three; 9/2 four; 7/1 five or more

Defoe still at Tottenham after January Transfer Window: 4/11 Yes; 2/1 No

Defoe Next Club: 3/1 Newcastle; 10/3 Sunderland; 4/1 Aston Villa; 9/2 Liverpool; 11/2 Stoke; 8/1 QPR; 9/1 Everton…others on request

Defoe to start England’s first Euro 2012 game: 13/8 yes; 4/9 no

Bobby Zamora still at Fulham after January Transfer Window: 4/6 yes; 11/10 no

Zamora next club: 15/8 Bolton; 3/1 Sunderland; 7/2 QPR; 8/1 Liverpool; 9/1 Stoke; 10/1 Tottenham; 12/1 West Ham…others on request

Drogba still at Chelsea after January Transfer Window: 8/11 yes; 1/1 no

Drogba Next Club: 3/1 Dakaub Aerbin; 3/1 Guangzho Evergrande; 3/1 Shanghai Shenhua; 4/1 Anzhi Makhachkla; 12/1 Inter Milan; 14/1 AC Milan; 14/1 LA Galaxy; 14/1 PSG; 20/1 Malaga…others on request

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

Hill’s Football Fans Feast On Fantastic Pre Season Odds

The football league season kicks off this weekend after a long summer break and William Hill’s football punters are chomping at the bit with Leicester (5/1), Charlton (9/1) and Crawley (10/3) all proving popular to win their respective divisions. Hills have seen a bet of £20,000 on Manchester United (2/1) and a £10,000 bet on Liverpool at (12/1) are both very popular while a sizeable five figure bet has been taken on Swindon to win League 2 and a £3,000 bet on Leicester to win the Championship.
“We have gone top price on almost all of the 92 clubs in English football and our customers are really getting involved in their pre-season punting,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “Despite this, we are determined to hold on to our prices for as long as possible and we are racking up massive liabilities in an attempt to give our customers what they want.”

With a full weekend’s worth of Championship fixtures, Hills are offering a number of match specials and make the match between Peterborough and Crystal Palace the 11/2 favourite to be the top scoring match and are offering 12/1 about Burnley being the fastest scoring side with the same price offered for Nottingham Forest, Peterborough, Brighton and West Ham to be so. 15/8 is offered about there being two red cards this weekend, while 9/4 is available for one and 11/2 four or more.

William Hill Odds:

11/8 Hull; 2/1 Blackpool; 11/5 Draw
10/11 Brighton; 16/5 Doncaster; 23/10 Draw
6/4 Bristol City; 2/1 Ipswich; 2/1 Draw
21/20 Burnley; 13/5 Watford; 23/10 Draw
13/5 Coventry; 11/10 Leicester; 11/5 Draw
9/5 Derby; 8/5 Birmingham; 21/10 Draw
11/10 Middlesbrough; 13/5 Portsmouth; 11/5 Draw
7/10 Nottingham Forest; 9/2 Barnsley; 9/4 Draw
13/10 Peterborough; 21/10 Crystal Palace; 9/4 Draw
19/20 Reading; 16/5 Millwall; 11/5 Draw
13/10 Southampton; 11/5 Leeds; 11/5 Draw
5/6 West Ham; 7/2 Cardiff; 23/10 Draw

Championship Outright: 5/1 Leicester; 5/1 West Ham; 16/1 Nottingham Forest; 18/1 Reading; 18/1 Middlesbrough; 20/1 Southampton; 22/1 Cardiff; 22/1 Blackpool; 22/1 Ipswich; 22/1 Birmingham; 22/1 Leeds; 22/1 Brighton; 30/1 Hull; 33/1 Burnley; 45/1 Portsmouth; 55/1 Derby; 70/1 Bristol City; 70/1 Millwall; 110/1 Watford; 110/1 Crystal Palace; 150/1 Peterborough; 150/1 Coventry; 200/1 Barnsley; 250/1 Doncaster

Promotion: 11/8 Leicester; 11/8 West Ham; 11/4 Birmingham; 7/2 Ipswich; 4/1 Nottingham Forest; 4/1 Reading; 9/2 Middlesbrough; 5/1 Cardiff; 5/1 Burnley; 5/1 Leeds; 5/1 Southampton; 6/1 Blackpool; 6/1 Hull; 6/1 Brighton; 10/1 Portsmouth; 12/1 Milwall; 12/1 Bristol City; 16/1 Derby; 20/1 Watford; 20/1 Peterborough; 20/1 Coventry; 33/1 Crystal Palace; 40/1 Barnsley; 40/1 Doncaster

Highest Scoring Match:
11/2 Peterborough/Crystal Palace
6/1 Burnley/Watford
13/2 Brighton/Doncaster
13/2 Southampton/Leeds
13/2 West Ham Utd/Cardiff
7/1 Hull/Blackpool
8/1 Nottingham Forest/Barnsley
8/1 Bristol City/Ipswich
8/1 Coventry/Leicester
9/1 Derby/Birmingham
9/1 Middlesbrough/Portsmouth
9/1 Reading/Millwall

Highest Scoring Team: 9/1 Burnley; 9/1 Nottingham Forest; 9/1 Peterborough; 9/1 Brighton; 9/1 West Ham; 10/1 Reading; 11/1 Leicester; 12/1 Hull; 14/1 Middlesbrough; 14/1 Bristol City; 14/1 Southampton; 16/1 Derby; 16/1 Crystal Palace; 20/1 Ipswich; 20/1 Blackpool; 20/1 Birmingham; 22/1 Watford; 25/1 Doncaster; 28/1 Portsmouth; 28/1 Coventry; 28/1 Leeds; 28/1 Cardiff; 50/1 Millwall; 50/1 Barnsley
*Dead Heat Rules Apply

Fastest Scoring Team: 12/1 Burnley; 12/1 Nottingham Forest; 12/1 Peterborough; 12/1 Brighton; 12/1 West Ham; 14/1 Reading; 14/1 Leicester; 14/1 Hull; 14/1 Middlesbrough; 14/1 Bristol City; 14/1 Derby; 16/1 Southampton; 16/1 Crystal Palace; 16/1 Ipswich; 16/1 Blackpool; 16/1 Birmingham; 18/1 Watford; 18/1 Doncaster; 20/1 Portsmouth; 20/1 Coventry; 20/1 Leeds; 25/1 Cardiff; 25/1 Millwall; 25/1 Barnsley

Total red cards: 7/1 none; 9/4 one; 15/8 two; 10/3 three; 11/2 four or more

Premier League promoted teams relegated: 7/1 none; 7/4 one; 6/5 two; 9/2 three

Championship promoted teams relegated: 1/4 none; 11/4 one; 16/1 two; 250/1 three

League One Promoted teams relegated: 7/4 none; 1/1 one; 11/4 two; 16/1 three; 250/1 four

League Two promoted teams relegated: 1/100 none; 11/1 one; 250/1 two

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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

You Believe That Children Are (england’s) Future!!!

England U21s take on Denmark U21s on Thursday and William Hill have opened betting on which of English Football’s hottest prospects will make the grade and represent the England senior team. Jack Rodwell, Chris Smalling and Alex Oxlaide-Chamberlain are all 1/5 to do so, while Ipswich whizz kid, Connor Wickham, is 1/4. Daniel Sturridge has found form whilst on loan at Bolton and he is 4/6, while his current teammate, Fabrice Muamba, who is third in the all time list of U21 appearances, is 5/6 to make a senior appearance.

“The Under 21 side is stuffed full of future England stars and contrary to popular belief the Three Lions have a very bright future indeed,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

England U21s are priced at 6/5 to come home from Denmark with a victory in the bag, while the hosts are 9/5. They are the 4/1 second favourites to win the U21 European Championships.

William Hill England U21 Odds:

U21 European Championships: 5/2 Spain; 4/1 England; 5/1 Czech Republic; 6/1 Denmark; 8/1 Switzerland; 8/1 Ukraine; 9/1 Iceland; 20/1 Belarus

90 Minutes Betting: 9/5 Denmark U21; 6/5 England U21; 11/5 Draw

Youth Players To Make The Senior England Squad:
Jack Rodwell 1/5 Yes; 10/3 No
Phil Jones 2/5 Yes; 7/4 No
Chris Smalling 1/5 Yes; 10/3 No
Martin Kelly 1/3 Yes; 9/4 No
Jack Robinson 2/1 Yes; 4/11 No
Raheem Sterling 1/2 Yes; 6/4 No
Connor Wickham 1/4 Yes; 11/4 No
Josh McEacheran 1/2 Yes; 6/4 No
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 1/5 Yes; 10/3 No
Daniel Sturridge 4/6 Yes; 11/10 No
Fabrice Muamba 5/6 Yes; 5/6 No

Further Information…Joe Crilly…0208 918 3746 / 07850 518 164

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Fa Cup Fifth Round: Another Year Of Premier League Dominance Or Will It Be League One-derful?

With the FA Cup fifth round taking place this weekend, William Hill are offering odds of 2/1 that only Premier League teams are left in the competition for the quarter finals, while odds of 4/7 suggest that League One will be the lowest league represented in the Quarter Finals. Crawley Town are the only non league side left in the competition and Hills are offering 16/1 that the Conference is represented in the next stage of the FA Cup. Hills are also betting on how many Premiership teams will make it through to the FA Cup Quarter Finals and make Six or Seven the 8/15 favourite, while 66/1 is on offer for three or less.

“With so many Premier League sides in action against lower league opposition, we can envisage there being at least one or two upsets,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “There are three League One sides in action against Premiership opposition in this year’s fifth round and the odds suggest that it is here where we will see the biggest upset.”

Following Arsenal’s victory against Barcelona in the Champion’s League, William Hill are offering 150/1 that they win all four of the competitions that they are still involved in. Despite Arsenal and Tottenham’s victories this week, the main talking point of this Champion’s League week was AC Milan’s Gennarro Gattuso’s confrontation with Spurs’ Joe Jordan at the final whistle and UEFA are said to be looking into the incident. Hills are offering 7/2 that he gets a ban of eight or more games and 9/4 that the duration of his ban is three games or fewer.

“Gattuso has taken the sheen off a fantastic week for English football, but odds of 7/2 for an eight or more match ban suggests that UEFA will throw the book at him,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Gattuso Ban: 9/4 3 matches or less; 2/1 4 or 5 matches; 2/1 6 or 7 matches; 7/2 8 matches or more

Lowest League Remaining In FA Cup: 2/1 Premier League; 11/2 Championship; 4/7 League One; 16/1 Conference

Number of Premier League Teams In FA Cup ¼ Final: 66/1 Three or less; 7/1 Four or Five; 8/15 Six or Seven; 2/1 Eight

Premier League Teams In The FA Cup Final: 100/1 None; 9/1 One; 1/25 Two

150/1 Arsenal To Win The Quadruple

40/1 Arsenal/Spurs to contest the 2011 Champions League Final

Further Information…Joe Crilly…0208 918 3746 / 07850 518 164

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