William Hill Scottish Junior Cup Odds

Livingston FC will host the Scottish Junior Cup Final on Sunday between Auchinleck Talbot and Shotts Bon Accord and William Hill who have offered odds on every match played in this competition have a coupon available in shops for the match that will be live on BBC ALBA. Current holders Auchinleck are going for a record tenth win in this competition and are 2/9 to lift the trophy and 2/5 to win in 90 minutes. Shotts who are looking for their second win in the competition and first since 1958 are 3/1 to lift the trophy and 9/2 to win in 90 minutes.

Auchinleck won the cup in Extra Time last season and are 11/1 to repeat this feat. Bryan Young scored the winning goal last season and 10/3 to net anytime in 90 minutes this season.

To Win in Extra Time

Auchinleck – 11/1
Shotts – 16/1

To Win on penalties

Auchinleck – 14/1
Shotts – 16/1

First Goalscorers
Slavin (AT) 7/1
Young (AT) 9/1

McCluskey (SBA) 8/1
Boyack (SBA) 16/1

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William Hill Scottish Junior Cup Odds

Livingston FC will host the Scottish Junior Cup Final on Sunday between Auchinleck Talbot and Shotts Bon Accord and William Hill who have offered odds on every match played in this competition have a coupon available in shops for the match that will be live on BBC ALBA. Current holders Auchinleck are going for a record tenth win in this competition and are 2/9 to lift the trophy and 2/5 to win in 90 minutes. Shotts who are looking for their second win in the competition and first since 1958 are 3/1 to lift the trophy and 9/2 to win in 90 minutes.

Auchinleck won the cup in Extra Time last season and are 11/1 to repeat this feat. Bryan Young scored the winning goal last season and 10/3 to net anytime in 90 minutes this season.

To Win in Extra Time

Auchinleck – 11/1
Shotts – 16/1

To Win on penalties

Auchinleck – 14/1
Shotts – 16/1

First Goalscorers
Slavin (AT) 7/1
Young (AT) 9/1

McCluskey (SBA) 8/1
Boyack (SBA) 16/1

Joe Crilly
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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.

Settled by EON SPONSORED MAN OF THE MATCH AWARD
WIN ONLY. SINGLES ONLY.

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Chelsea Latest…champions League Outright To Follow

Roberto Di Matteo has been cut from 8/1 to 5/1 third favourite to become the next Chelsea boss after his side’s valiant comeback against Napoli. Fernando Torres failed to find the net again (in the 90 minutes of the game) but William Hill make him 8/13 to finally break his 2012 duck, although he is 6/5 to fail to score during the next four games.

“Torres missed an open goal during extra time and his confidence will have plummeted even further,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “Saying that, Leicester this weekend offer the perfect opportunity for him to get back on track.”

Chelsea are now three in three under Di Matteo and Hills offer 2/1 that they are undefeated in their next four games, although they are 5/6 for their first defeat to come at the hands of Manchester City.

When will Torres next score: 8/13 Leicester; 7/1 Manchester City; 9/1 Spurs; 10/1 Villa; 6/5 none of these four

When will Chelsea lose first under Di Matteo: 7/1 Leicester; 5/6 Manchester City; 13/2 Spurs; 8/1 Villa; 2/1 none of these four

Will Roberto Di Matteo be manager on the last day of the season: 1/4 yes; 11/4 no

Next Permanent Chelsea manager: 7/4 Mourinho; 4/1 Benitez; 5/1 Di Matteo; 6/1 Pep Guardiola; 9/1 Low; 9/1 Capello; 10/1 Moyes; 20/1 BAR

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Birmimgham 9/4 To Add To Chelsea Worries As Jose In Demand

BIRMINGHAM 9/4 TO ADD TO CHELSEA WORRIES

William Hill make Birmingham 9/4 to knock 1/3 Chelsea out of the FA Cup on Tuesday night – and it is a 7/1 chance that the game will go to penalties. Birmingham are 4/1 to win in 90m, with the draw 5/2, and Chelsea 8/11.
Birmimgham are 12/1 to win in extra time, Chelsea 6/1, and both Chelsea and Birmimgham are 12/1 to win on penalties.

Hills– TO WIN FA CUP- 5/2 Liverpool; Spurs; 7/2 Chelsea; 6 Everton; 9 Sunderland; 16 Stoke; 28 Bolton; 40 Leicester; 50 Birmingham; 150 Stevenage.

WHEN WILL CHELSEA NEXT WIN A

GAME?
BRUM 6TH 4/6
STOKE 10TH 15/8
NAPOLI 14TH 8/1
MAN CITY 19TH 33/1
SPURS 24TH 16/1
VILLA 31ST 20/1
NONE OF THESE FIXTURES 14/1

JOSE IN DEMAND? YOU BET HE IS…….

WITH JOSE MOURINHO strongly fancied for a return to Chelsea, William Hill were anticipating taking plenty of bets for him to succeed AVB as permanent boss at Stamford Bridge – so when a Kent punter asked for a £1000 bet on him they were surprised that it was for him to take over at Spurs! ‘Mourinho is being backed to be the next boss at Chelsea, Spurs, Manchester United and England – even a man of his ability is unlikely to be able to complete that set’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.’The available Rafa Benitez and Mourinho are the best fancied Chelsea contenders so far.’
Meanwhile, another ‘next boss’ punter staked £3000 on Harry Redknapp becoming the next England manager. ‘Many punters regard the England job as a fait accompli, but if Spurs continue to concede goals at their current rate it may not be!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills…Next permanent (one year contract or more) manager of Chelsea- 5/2 Jose Mourinho; 5/2 Rafa Benitez; 5/1 Roberto di Matteo; 6/1 Pep Guardiola; Fabio Capello; 14/1 David Moyes; 20/1 Deschamps; Hiddink; Poyet; Rijkaard; Rodgers; Van Marwijk.

Next permanent Spurs boss – 7/2 Mourinho; 9/2 Moyes; 10/1 Ancelotti; Hughton; Rodgers.Others on request.

Next permanent England manager – 1/7 Redknapp; 8/1 Pearce; 9/1 Guardiola; 12 Mourinho; 14 Hodgson. Others on request.

SPL FAVOURITES TO BE FIRST WITH GOAL-LINE TECHNOLOGY…..

WITH SPECULATION growing that FIFA are set to endorse the introduction of goal-line technology, William Hill have opened a book on which major European league will get to introduce it first and have made the SPL 13/8 favourites. ‘This seems to be a story which has been around forever without actually happening, maybe at last it is imminent. We think the SPL could be well placed to be considered for the honour of staging the first League game to boast goal-line technology.’ Said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

FIRST LEAGUE TO STAGE LEAGUE GAME WITH GOAL-LINE TECHNOLOGY:
Scottish Premier League 13/8
English Premier League 11/4
German Bundesliga 4/1
Spanish La Liga 11/2
French Ligue 1 7/1
Italian Serie A 8/1
Dutch Eredivisie 10/1

ARSENAL 20/1 FOR MIRACLE ESCAPE

William Hill make Arsenal 20/1 to manage to overcome the four goal deficit against AC Milan to make it through to the next round of the Champions League when they face AC Milan on Tuesday night. Arsenal are 23/20 to win the game in 90m, 12/5 to draw, with AC 23/10. Robin Van Persie is 25/1 to score a 90m hat trick. A 4-0 90m win for the Gunners is 40/1, with a 5-0 triumph 125/1.

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Weekend Scottish Specials

Scottish Communities League Cup
To Win Cup
Celtic 3/10
Kilmarnock 10/3
Falkirk 12/1
Ayr Utd 18/1

To Qualify For Final
Kilmarnock 1/6
Ayr Utd 7/2

Celtic 1/16
Falkirk 7/1

Name the Finalists
Celtic v Kilmarnock 1/4
Celtic v Ayr Utd 19/5
Falkirk v Kilmarnock 17/2
Falkirk v Ayr Utd 40/1

90 Minutes Odds
Ayr Utd 5/1
Draw 11/4
Kilmarnock 4/9

Celtic 1/5
Draw 4/1
Falkirk 10/1

To Win In Extra Time
Ayr Utd 14/1
Kilmarnock 11/1
Celtic 12/1
Falkirk 22/1

To Win On Penalties
Ayr Utd 12/1
Kilmarnock 12/1
Celtic 16/1
Falkirk 20/1

MATCH SPECIALS
AYR UTD v KILMARNOCK

There has been a goal scored in the last 10 minutes
in 4 of the last 5 matches between these sides
Match Goal 81st Minute – Full Time 6/5
Extra Time Doesn’t Count

DRAW NO BET
Ayr Utd 9/2
Kilmarnock 1/8

“CLEAN AYR”
Ayr have kept a Clean Sheet v Killie in 4 of last
6 matches against them
Ayr to Keep a Clean Sheet 5/1

“THE MOFF IS ON FIRE”
Ayr Striker Michael Moffat will be looking to
net the goal that puts Ayr in the Final
Moffat to Score Anytime and Ayr Win 9/1

“AYR ONE SPL NIL”
Ayr have met three SPL sides so far in the League
Cup this season and on each occasion scored
one goal in each match and progressed
Ayr to Score exactly 1 goal 7/5

“SUPER KILLIE”
Kilmarnock have yet to concede a goal in this
seasons League Cup.
Kilmarnock to Win to Nil 13/10

“CAPTAIN FANTASTIC”
Manuel Pascali opened the scoring when the
sides met in the Scottish Cup 3 seasons ago
Pascali to Score Anytime 4/1

“DOUBLE TROUBLE”
Dean Shiels and Paul Heffernan grabbed the goals
in the Scottish Cup that gave Killie victory over
Dundee.
Shiels and Heffernan both to Score Anytime 16/5

FALKIRK v CELTIC

Both sides have scored in 6 of the last 7 times these
two sides have met in the League Cup
Yes – Both Teams to Score 10/11

DRAW NO BET
Falkirk 6/1
Celtic 1/12

“ALLAGUI’S AWESOME”
Farid El Allagui is the first Division top goalscorer
and has already scored v Dundee Utd and Rangers in
this tournament
El Allagui to Score Anytime and Falkirk win 16/1

“DOUBLE D”
Darren Dods has scored in 2 of Falkirks last 3 matches
Dods to Score Anytime 16/1

“FORREST FIRE”
James Forrest scored a double in the League Cup
Quarter Final against Hibs
Forrest to Score 2 or more 6/1

“NEVER GIVE UP”
Celtic came from behind in the Quarter Final to beat
Hibernian.
Celtic to come from behind and win 6/1

SPL SPECIALS

Last weekend only 3 goals were scored in the first half in
the 6 SPL matches but all games came to life in the
second half with 12 goals scored in the second period
WHAT WILL THE HIGHEST SCORING HALF IN THE SPL BE?
First Half 9/4
Tie 11/4
Second Half 4/5

WHICH MATCH WILL PRODUCE THE MOST GOALS?
Rangers v Hibernian 5/4
Aberdeen v Dunfermline 11/4
Inverness v St Mirren 7/2
Motherwell v St Johnstone 4/1

MATCH SPECIALS

ABERDEEN v DUNFERMLINE

Ten goals have been scored in the two matches these sides
have played against each other this season.
Over 4.5 Goals in match 9/2

In 6 of Dunfermlines last 7 matches at least one side
in each match scored exactly 3 goals. The last time these
sides met it was a 3-3 draw
Match to end 3-3 50/1
Either side to Score exactly 3 goals 3/1

Scott Vernon grabbed a hat-trick when these sides met
at Pittodrie in September
Vernon to Score a Hat-trick 25/1

Former Don Mark Kerr returns to Pittodrie for the first time
since he left Aberdeen in 2010. He scored in his last
appearance there for the Dons.
Kerr to Score Anytime 8/1

INVERNESS v ST MIRREN

2-1 is the most popular scoreline when these sides
meet each other. 6 of the last 8 matches have ended this way
Either side to Win 2-1 4/1

Andrew Shinnie has netted in both Inverness victories over
St Mirren this season
Shinnie to Score Anytime and Inverness Win 9/2

Dougie Imrie joined St Mirren from Hamilton last week
and will look forward to this trip to the Highlands as he
spent a successful two seasons at Caley. He scored
against Caley twice while at Hamilton
Imrie to Score Anytime 11/4
.
MOTHERWELL v ST JOHNSTONE

The last three matches between these sides has
finished 3-0. Both matches this season were won
by the away side.
Any team to win 3-0 7/1

Motherwells new boy Henrik Ojamaa is looking to play
his way into a longer contract at Motherwell. The Estonian
scored in the midweek win over Dunfermline
Ojamaa to Score Anytime and Motherwell to win 16/5

Francisco Sandaza has scored in 5 of the last 6 games
that he has started.
Sandaza to Score Anytime 7/4

RANGERS v HIBERNIAN

In the last 7 matches between these sides only one
side has scored on each occasion.
NO for Both Teams to Score 8/13

NO SCORE BORE
2 of Rangers’ last 3 home matches have been goalless
at Half Time
0-0 at Half Time 5/2

Speculation linking Nikica Jelavic away from Rangers
continues. Will he sign off in style should this be his
last game for Rangers?
Jelavic to Score A Hat-trick 8/1

New Signing Mervan Celik could make his Rangers
debut at home to Hibs.
Mervan to Score Anytime and Rangers to win 6/5

Hibs have went behind and came back to win in two of
their last three matches
Hibs to Come from behind and win 14/1

Joe Crilly
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Carling Cup Specials…when Will Carroll Score?

Manchester City face Liverpool in the Carling Cup with a one goal deficit and William Hill make them 2/1 to qualify for the final, Liverpool are 2/5 and in the driving seat. The only goal at the Etihad was a penalty scored by Steven Gerrard and Hills offer 3/1 that a penalty is awarded during the match. Manchester City are 7/1 to win after extra time while Liverpool are 14/1. After winning their match against Spurs in added time on Sunday, Hills offer 16/1 that an injury time goal settles the tie.

“The previous match between these two was hardly a classic and both sides will want to avoid any early mistakes,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “It is quite possible that this one could go down to the wire.”

Andy Carroll and Edin Dzeko are struggling for goals at the moment and William Hill are offering 12/5 that either one of the misfiring strikers nets the first goal, while 6/1 is available for them both to find the net at anytime during the match. Andy Carroll has scored just the one goal since Luis Suarez started his ban and William Hill offer 11/8 that he fails to score in the remaining three matches of Suarez’s absence. He is 5/4 to score one, 7/2 two, 8/1 three and 10/1 four or more.

90 minutes betting: 7/4 Liverpool; 9/5 Manchester City; 19/10 Draw

To Qualify: 2/1 Manchester City; 2/5 Liverpool

3/1 Penalty to be awarded during the match

Carroll or Dzeko to score first: 12/5

Carroll and Dzeko to score anytime: 6/1

Total Andy Carroll goals in next three games (Manchester City; Manchester United; Wolves): 11/8 none; 5/4 one; 7/2 two; 8/1 three; 10/1 four
*Must start vs Manchester City and fixtures played in above order

An injury time goal to settle the time: 16/1
*Game must be heading into extra time in 90 minutes, any goal scored to avoid extra time is a winner

What will Balotelli do first against Liverpool: 1/1 be substituted; 11/4 complete 90 minutes; 3/1 score; 10/3 receive yellow card; 25/1 red card
*Balotelli must start vs Liverpool for bets to stand

Joe Crilly
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Wenger Must Go Eventually – Bet On It

WHEN WILL WENGER LEAVE GUNNERS?

William Hill are betting on which year will see Arsene Wenger step down as Arsenal manager, but make him just 15/8 still to be in place on January 1, 2015, although he is 4/1 to leave the job this year, 9/4 next. ‘Even Arsene will have to go eventually, and if results continue to be as poor as the Man U and Blackburn results, it will be sooner rather than later’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

When will Arsene Wenger no longer be Arsenal 1st team manager?:

2011 4/1
2012 9/4
2013 11/2
2014 10/3
Still Arsenal Manager 1 Jan 2015 15/8

HAPPY HARRY?

HARRY REDKNAPP has tipped Adebayor to score 20 or more Premier League goals for Spurs this season – and Hills make him 8/1 to do so.
**Adebayor to score 20 or more premier league goals (3 so far): 8/1

WEDNESDAY CARLING CUP GAMES…To progress:

1/8 Chelsea – Fulham /2
4/6 Cardiff – Leicester 11/10
5/2 Brighton- Liverpool 2/7 (6/1 either side to win in extra time)
1/ 4 Man C- Birmingham 13/2
1/ 4 Southampton – Preston 11/4
1/3 Everton – WBA 9/4

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

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Arsene 9/4 To Be Gone By End Of Season

ARSENE 9/4 TO BE GONE BEFORE END OF SEASON

William Hill OFFER 9/4 THAT Arsene Wenger will cease to be Arsenal manager before the end of this season – and 1/3 that he remains in place for the whole campaign. ‘Arsene’s future remains a huge topic of interest even amongst those who are not Arsenal fans’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. ‘This is crisis time for Wenger – perhaps the greatest threat to his continued reign at the club since he arrived’

WENGER TO REMAIN BOSS ALL SEASON – 1/3…… NOT TO DO SO……9/4

NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO…Evens Kean; 7/2 Warnock; 6/1 Wenger; 8/1 Pardew; 11/1 Moyes; 14/1 Bruce; 16/1 Redknapp. Others on request.

UDINESE- ARSENAL SPECIALS….

To progress……….9/4 Udinese; 1/3 Arsenal
THEO WALCOTT to score within 10 minutes – 33/1…….At any time 11/4
Both teams to score (90m) – 7/10 yes; 21/20 no
Goals in 90m 0- 10/1…1- 10/3…..2- 12/5…..3- 14/5……4- 5/1……5- 10/1……6+ 14/1
Win both halves – 11/2 Udinese; 9/1 Arsenal
Come from behind to win in 90m – 8/1 Udinese; 10/1 Arsenal
Keep clean sheet – 17/10 Udinese; 12/5 Arsenal.
Win to nil – 11/4 Udinese; 4/1 Arsenal.
Score in both halves – 12/5 Udinese; 10/3 Arsenal
To win in extra time – 14 Udinese; 20/1 Arsenal
To win penalty shoot-out- 25/1 Udinese; 25/1 Arsenal

Arsenal vs Udinese & Man Utd.
Win both games – 16/1
Lose both games – 9/4
Win ONE of the games – 6/5
90 minutes only.

Where will Arsenal finish in Prem?
Top 2…..7/2
3rd – 4th……3/1
5th – 10th……4/6
Bottom half……..12/1

Hills… Season Matchbet
Arsenal 11/10
Liverpool 4/6

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

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Will Rangers Rule Or Suffer Swedish Slump

Rangers take on Malmo on Wednesday and need to score to have a chance of progressing through to the final qualifying round of the Champions League. William Hill make Malmo the 1/2 favourites to qualify for the next round, Rangers are 6/4. Rangers are 13/10 favourites to win in 90 minutes, while Malmo are 13/8. Rangers are 6/1 to win on away goals. The Scottish side are 250/1 to win this year’s Champions League.

“Rangers will be going all out for the victory as they try to overturn a European deficit away from home for the first time in 55 years and the odds suggest that they have more than a half chance of doing so,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Will Ally McCoist Be Rangers Manager Come The Last Game Of The Season: 1/5 yes; 10/3 no

To Qualify: 1/2 Malmo; 6/4 Rangers

Match Odds: 13/8 Malmo; 13/10 Rangers; 11/5 Draw

Handicap Betting: 1/2 Malmo (+1); 9/2 Rangers (-1); 13/5 Tie

6/1 Rangers to qualify on away goals rule

To win in extra time: 20/1 Malmo; 16/1 Rangers

To win on penalties: 25/1 Malmo; 25/1 Rangers

To keep a clean sheet: 2/1 Malmo; 6/4 Rangers

To win to nil: 18/5 Malmo; 13/5 Rangers

11/4 Rangers to score in both halves

16/5 Daniel Larsson to score anytime and Malmo to win
19/5 Daniel Larsson to score anytime and match to be drawn
3/1 Daniel Larsson to score anytime and Rangers to win

Nikica Jelavic and Steven Naismith were both on target against St Johnstone on Saturday
6/1 Jelavic and Naismith both to score anytime
5/2 Jelavic and Naismith to score first

Rangers Stage of Elimination:
1/2 third qualifying round
7/2 play-off round
3/1 group stage
16/1 round of 16
40/1 quarter final
66/1 semi final
100/1 runners up
250/1 winners

Will Rangers be in a European competition come 1/9/11: 1/2 Yes; 6/4 No

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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