England V France: Biggest Betting Match Of 2012…£15m Set To Be Staked

William Hill are expecting the England vs France match on Monday to be the highest turnover football match this year, outstripping the Champions League final, the FA Cup final and the Manchester City/United match at the Etihad. Over £15 million is set to be bet on the game with punters preferring to put their money on England winning the match despite the fact that France are the 6/4 favourites to win. England are 11/5 with the draw 19/10.

“We have already had some huge games this year, but we think that this one trumps them all,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “In our shops alone, we estimate that between 250,000 and 300,000 bets will be placed on Monday, making it one of the top three days of the year.”

When the sides met in the opening match of Group B at Euro 2004, a late Zinedine Zidane brace secured a 2-1 victory for France and William Hill offer 150/1 that England go 1-0 ahead and lose the match courtesy of two post 90th minute goals. 2-1 France is 9/1.

There are a number of French players based in the Premier League and William Hill offer 5/1 that these players (Nasri, Ben Arfa, Cabaye, Malouda, Evra, Clichy, Koscielny) outscore all the England players who feature on Monday.

Goals match bet – England vs England based French players: 4/9 England; 5/1 France; 11/4 tie
*Nasri, Ben Arfa, Cabaye, Malouda, Evra, Clichy, Koscielny only

Group D winner:

England top goalscorer: 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 Jermaine Defoe; 20/1 No goalscorer; 25/1 BAR

England stage of elimination: 6/4 group stage; 15/8 quarter final; 5/1 semi final; 8/1 runner up; 10/1 winner

150/1 England to be winning 1-0 and France to score two goals from the 90th minute onwards in a 2-1 victory

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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Kenny Backed To Stay After Liverpool Bounce Back

Liverpool strolled to victory against Chelsea just days after defeat in the FA Cup Final and will somewhat appease the Liverpool fans after what has been a disappointing season. Kenny Dalglish may have bought himself some time and William Hill now make him 4/7 (from 5/6) that he is in charge of Liverpool come the first game of next season.

“Liverpool’s fans will rightly be disappointed with their side’s season, but a comprehensive victory against the Champions League finalists has bookended a torrid season and set fans thinking that Kenny may well be the man to lead them to glory in 2012/13,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Andy Carroll continued his recent fine form, with just a goal missing from his performance against Chelsea and Hills offer 5/6 that he is on the England plane for the Euros (5/6 he is not).

Chelsea’s capitulation means that they are out of the running for the top four and Hills are now betting on who will finish third and fouth in the league, with Arsenal 4/9 to finish in third and Tottenham 1/2 to finish in fourth.

Who will finish third: 4/9 Arsenal; 7/4 Tottenham; 33/1 Newcastle

Who will finish fourth: 1/2 Tottenham; 2/1 Arsenal; 7/1 Newcastle

Kenny Dalglish to still be in his current position on first day of 2012/13 Premiership season: 4/7 yes, 5/4 no

Andy Carroll to be in the final Euro 2012 England squad: 5/6 yes, 5/6 no

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 Versus Chelsea Rematch Odds

LIVERPOOL – CHELSEA REMATCH……

William Hill offer 125/1 that Andy Carroll will score the last goal in a 2-1 win for Chelsea at Anfield in Tuesday’s Premier League re-match of Saturday’s FA Cup Final.
Hills offer 5/6 that Kenny Dalglish will still be Liverpool boss on day one of next season, 5/6 that he will not while Roberto di Matteo is 4/7 still to be Chelsea boss on day one, 5/4 not to.

90m odds…7/5 Liverpool; 23/10 draw; Chelsea 19/10

Andy Carroll to……

Score with header – 6/1
Score outside box – 13/2
ReceiveYellow card – 2/1
Receive Red card – 20/1
To finish if he starts – 6/5,…. 8/13 subbed (Bets void if doesn’t start)
Carroll to score at any time and Chelsea to win – 19/5
Repeat of Final Carroll to score last goal in Chelsea 2-1 win – 120/1

NEXT PERMANENT LIVERPOOL MANAGER – 5/1 Benitez; Mourinho; O’Neill; 8/1 AVB; 10/1 Carragher; Brendan Rodgers; 12/1 Guardiola.Others on request.

NEXT PERMANENT CHELSEA MANAGER – 4/7 RDM; 11/2 Guardiola; Mourinho; 10 Benitez; Blanc;Capello;Redknapp. Others on request.

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

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Fa Cup Woe For Liverpool Could Spell The End For Kenny

Fernando Torres failed to play a single minute in the FA Cup Final but William Hill make him 5/4 to start the Champions League Final (4/7 not to). He is 11/4 to score at anytime in the game, although Hills are also offering 3/1 that he plays any part of the match and scores (no void bet if he does not score). Torres is 9/4 to have left Chelsea by the start of next season (1/3 he is still there).

Despite two Cup finals thisseason, Liverpool have underperformed in the League and Kenny Dalglish is just 5/6 to have left Liverpool by the start of next season.

“The FA Cup was a real marker in the immediate futures of both Dalglish and Di Matteo,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “While Di Matteo looks set for the Chelsea job now, Dalglish, it seems could be gone in the summer.”

Torres in Champions League:

5/4 to start
3/1 to play a part at any point (in 90 minutes) and scores

Torres to be at Chelsea on first day of next season: 9/4 yes; 1/3 no

Dalglish to be at Liverpool on the first day of next season: 5/6 yes; 5/6 no

Next Chelsea manager: 4/7 Roberto Di Matteo; 11/2 Jose Mourinho; 11/2 Pep Guardiola; 10/1 BAR

FA CUP 2012/2013
Man City 9/2
Man Utd 11/2
Arsenal 7/1
Chelsea 7/1
Tottenham 7/1
Liverpool 10/1
Everton 20/1
Newcastle 20/1
Fulham 25/1
Sunderland 25/1
Stoke 33/1
Aston Villa 40/1
Swansea 50/1
West Brom 50/1
Norwich 66/1
Reading 80/1
Southampton 80/1
Others on request

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 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.

***PLACE A 90 min FA CUP BET ON YOUR MOBILE AND GET A FREE £5 BET – new and existing customers.****

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.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
Twitter- @sharpeangle

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F A Cup Latest

William Hill……..FA CUP ODDS………..

5/1 CHELSEA- SPURS FA CUP FINAL – 25/1 CHELSEA FA-CHAMPIONS LEAGUE DOUBLE………

TO WIN FA CUP….5/2 Liverpool; Spurs; 11/4 Chelsea; 6/1 Everton; 9/1 Sunderland; 16/1 Stoke; 28/1 Bolton; 50/1 Leicester.

TO REACH SEMIS….8/13 Everton v 6/5 Sunderland; Everton have scored twice in all 3 of their FA Cup games so far this season, 5/2 to do so again.
1/7 Spurs v 4/1 Bolton ; 7/4 Bale sc ores in Spurs win
1/8 Chelsea v 9/2 Leicester; Lampard scored three last time he played against Leicester at Stamford Bridge – 20/1 to d it again.
2/9 Liverpool v 3/1 Stoke; After Gerrard’s hat trick v Everton he’s 10/1 to get two or more here.

FA Cup Specials:-
All Merseyside Final = 12/1; All Merseyside Semi Final = 5/1
All London Final = 5/1; All London Semi Final = 3/1
Which will be the highest scoring FA Cup match this weekend?
Tottenham v Bolton 2/1
Chelsea v Leicester 5/2
Liverpool v Stoke 3/1
Everton v Sunderland 7/2
Who will contest the FA Cup Final?
Tottenham/Chelsea 5/1
Tottenham/Leicester 66/1
Tottenham/Liverpool 5/1
Tottenham/Stoke 40/1
Tottenham/Everton 12/1
Tottenham/Sunderland 16/1
Bolton/Chelsea 50/1
Bolton/Leicester 250/1
Bolton/Liverpool 50/1
Bolton/Stoke 200/1
Bolton/Everton 100/1
Bolton/Sunderland 125/1
Chelsea/Liverpool 5/1
Chelsea/Stoke 40/1
Chelsea/Everton 12/1
Chelsea/Sunderland 16/1
Leicester/Liverpool 66/1
Leicester/Stoke 250/1
Leicester/Everton 25/1
Leicester/Sunderland 33/1
Liverpool/Everton 12/1
Liverpool/Sunderland 16/1
Stoke/Everton 80/1
Stoke/Sunderland 100/1

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
Twitter- @sharpeangle

T: 020 8918 3731
M: 07803 233702
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Arsenal 11/2 To Win Cup As Wenger 11/10 To Go Before Next Season

9/2 all London Cup Final:
WENGER 11/2 TO WIN FA CUP – 11/10 TO JUMP SHIP BEFORE NEXT SEASON

FOLLOWING THEIR comeback against Villa, Arsenal are now 11/2 fourth favourites for the FA Cup with William Hill who make Spurs and Chelsea 10/3 jt favourites.’Maybe the Arsenal fightback will restore the Arsenal faithful’s trust after a somewhat tetchy period between them’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. But Hills are still doubtful that Wenger will still be Arsenal boss on the first day of next season, quoting 4/6 that he will, 11/10 that he will not. ‘It would be no great surprise if Arsene Wenger decided to move on to a new challenge next season.’
But beaten Villa’s boss Alex McLeish has been cut from 11/8 to 8/1 to be the next Prem boss to leave his club and is now 7/2 NOT to be Villa manager on the first day of next season – 1/6 still to be there.
Hills offer 9/2 an all London FA Cup Final and 20/1 that it will be between Liverpool and Everton.

William Hill – FA CUP ODDS- 10/3 Chelsea; Spurs; 7/2 Liverpool; 11/2 Arsenal; 12/1 Everton/Stoke; 20/1 Sunderland; 25/1 Norwich; 33/1 Bolton; 66/1 Leicester; 80/1 Southampton; 100/1 Birmingham; 125/1 Brighton; 150/1 Blackpool; Middlesbro; 250/1 Millwall; Crawley; Sheff W; 500 Stevenage.

William Hill – NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO- 8/13 McCarthy; 9/2 Kean; 8/1 McLeish; 9/1 Coyle; AVB; 10/1 Martinez; Redknapp. 8/1no more managers to leave this season. Others on request.

Hills– McLeish still at Villa 1st day of next season: 1/6 Yes 7/2 No

Wenger 1st day next season: 4/6 Yes 11/10

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City Bring Home Bacon As Hills Regret Rasher Offers



Mancini triumph has Danish written all over it as:
CITY SLICKERS BRING HOME BACON TO LEAVE BOOKIES RUEING RASHER PRICES

William Hill paid for their bold policy of offering the longest odds available for Manchester City to win the FA Cup Final in 90 minutes’ play. ‘We opened up at Even money in the morning and had to push the price out to 11/10 at one point as punters steamed into Stoke for a shock win’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe, ‘We were rewarded with over fifty four-figure bets for City in 90m, although of the tens of thousands of 90 minute bets, just over half were for Stoke.’Big bets for City came in from as far afield as Australia – where we took a ten thousand Aussie dollar bet for them – and Denmark – two, one, of 70,000 krone (over £8000) at 11/10 and another of 100,000k. It is fair to say we were made to pay for being top price – however, if one Manchester side caused us pain, another came to our rescue on the day, and United’s failure to beat Blackburn significantly helped to redress the balance over the afternoon.’

**A Hill’s internet client from Hertfordshire staked £2000 on City at 15/2 to win the FA Cup at the start of the season.

**PUNTERS also cleaned up on Hill’s 5/2 for Man City ‘ to win to nil’.

WITH CITY AND STOKE meeting again in midweek, Hills offer 8/15 the same outcome, with Stoke 4/1 to get some revenge and the draw 13/5.

MAN CITY ARE 11/4 TO PIP ARSENAL TO THIRD PLACE THIS SEASON.

Hills…HOW MANY TROPHIES FOR MAN CITY NEXT SEASON?

NONE…2/5
ONE…..5/2
TWO……7/1
THREE…..50/1
FOUR…..500/1
PREM/FA/LC/CL(or Europa League)

**MANCINI – 2/5 STILL THERE 7/4 GONE
**TEVEZ – 5/4 STILL THERE – 4/7 GONE

FA CUP 2011/12…..9/2 Chelsea/Man U; 7/1 Man City/Arsenal. Others on request.

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Tevez Backed To Stay At Eastlands As City Odds On To Bag Third

Following his brace against Stoke City, Carlos Tevez has been backed in to 5/6 to still be at Manchester City on the first day of next season. On the day before the FA Cup final, he was 2/5 to move over the summer although his public pledge to stay at Eastlands has seen a marked gamble at William Hill on City’s skipper staying. Carlos Tevez is 5/6 to be this season’s Premier League top scorer, while Dimitar Berbatov is the same price. City are 4/9 to beat Arsenal to 3rd in the table with the Gunners 13/8 to get the final automatic Champion’s League spot.

“Despite suffering a two month goal drought this season AND being out injured for six weeks, Tevez goes into the last day of the season with every chance of winning the golden boot and in firing City into third has more than proved his worth to the club,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Premier League Odds:
Top Scorer: 5/6 Berbatov; 5/6 Tevez

Finish Third: 4/9 Manchester City; 13/8 Arsenal

Carlos Tevez to be at Manchester City on the first day of next season: 5/6 Yes; 5/6 No

Championship Latest
Having lead Cardiff into yet another playoff defeat, Dave Jones is priced at 1/2 to not be Cardiff manager come the first game of next season. Another Championship side with managerial woes are West Ham for whom Chris Hughton is 11/10 favourite. Sam Allardyce is the 9/2 second favourite with Martin O’Neill 5/1.

Swansea are slight favourites to win the Championship playoff at 11/8, while Reading are 13/8 to win in 90 minutes. Swansea are 8/11 to win promotion while Reading are Even money to do so.

Championship Odds:
Promotion: 8/11 Swansea; 1/1 Reading

90 Minutes Betting: 11/8 Swansea; 13/8 Reading; 21/10 Draw

Dave Jones Still At Cardiff on first day of next season: 1/2 No; 6/4 Yes

Next West Ham Boss: 11/10 Chris Hughton; 9/2 Sam Allardyce; 5/1 Martin O’Neill; 7/1 Dave Jones; 8/1 Malky MacKay; 10/1 Kevin Keen; 10/1 Neil Warnock; 10/1 Roberto Di Matteo; 10/1 Paolo Di Canio; 10/1 Alex McLeish; 12/1 BAR

Further information…Joe Crilly…0208 918 3746 / 07850 518 164.

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Oasis Factor Kicks In For Cup Final

************************************William Hill FA CUP FINAL SPECIALS***************************

Hills out to ‘get’ City, but:
8/13 MANCHESTER SATURDAY GLORY DOUBLE – UNITED TO CLINCH TITLE, CITY TO LIFT FA CUP

William Hill offer 8/13 that Saturday will be a double glory day for Manchester football – with United clinching the Premier League title, followed by City lifting the FA Cup. ‘We’re offering 8/13 that the two Manchester clubs wrap up their respective trophy targets on Saturday’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills say they are keen to oppose Man City winning in 90m. ‘The perceived wisdom appears to be that Man City have the class to steamroller Stoke within 90 minutes – but we beg to differ, and will be looking to maintain a very competitive price – currently 10/11- about City doing that – and are happy to back our opinion to the tune of at least one million pounds’ added Sharpe.
Despite competition from Premier League matches, William Hill expect the FA Cup Final to produce the biggest betting turnover of any domestic match this season: ‘We anticipate a betting turnover of around £15m on the Cup Final – which may well be helped by the Premier League games encouraging punters to have accumulator bets. But the biggest club match of the season in turnover terms is odds-on to be the forthcoming Champions League Final’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

WHEN WILL TEVEZ BE SUBBED? (assuming he starts – stakes refunded if not).

00.01 – 30.00 25
30.01 – Half Time 16
Start of 2nd Half – 60.00 11/4
60.01 – End of Normal Time 5/6
Not To Be Subbed in Normal Time 7/4

**Carlos Tevez still at Man City First Day of Premier League Season 2011/12?

Yes 11/10
No 4/6

**Roberto Mancini at Man City First Day of Premier League Season 2011/12?

Yes 4/6
No 11/10

**Tony Pulis at Stoke First Day of Premier League Season 2011/12?

Yes 1/9
No 5/1

Man City Oasis Song Specials

The Masterplan
Any substitute to score for Man City: 7/2
(Extra time counts, penalty shoot out does not)

Roll With It
Any Man City player booked for diving: 10/1
(extra time counts)

Slide Away
Man City to lead but fail to lift the FA Cup: 9/2
(extra time and penalties count)

Don’t Look Back in Anger
Any Man City red card: 8/1
(Extra time counts)

Standing On The Shoulder of Giants
Either Man City centre back to score (must be Vincent Kompany or Joleon Lescott): 8/1
(extra time counts, penalty shoo out does not count)

Wonderwall
Joe Hart to save a penalty: 25/1
(extra time counts, penalty shoot outs do not count)

Let There Be Love
No yellow or red cards during the 90 minutes of the FA Cup final: 12/1

The Importance of Being ‘Nigel’
Nigel de Jong to be awarded the official FA man of the match: 25/1

Sunday Morning Call
Man City to lose the FA Cup final and Roberto Mancini to no longer be Man City manager at midnight Sunday: 66/1

Stop Crying Your Heart Out
Any Man City player to be booked for dissent: 7/1
(extra time counts)

Up In The Sky
Man City to concede from a Rory Delap throw in: 7/2
(Stoke must score within 10 seconds of a Rory Delap throw in for bets to be winners)

Some Might Say
1st Oasis song from to be referred to after kick off by ITV’s match commentator:

D’You Know What I Mean? 9/2
The Masterplan 9/2
Little By Little 6/1
Some Might Say 6/1
Roll With It 6/1
Standing On The Shoulder of Giants 8/1
Don’t Look Back In Anger 9/1
Wonderwall 10/1
Cigarettes & Alcohol 11/1
Up In the Sky 12/1
Slide Away 12/1
Stop Crying Your Heart Out 16/1
The Importance of Being Idle 20/1

(Only these 13 count from kick off until completion of the match)
(If none of the above are referred to, all bets void)

Cigarettes & Alcohol
How many times will ITV show Liam Gallagher or Noel Gallagher from kick off until the end of the final:

0 7/2
1 7/1
2 4/1
3 7/2
4 11/2
5 6/1
6 or more 7/2

(End of the final counts as the full time whistle (90 minutes or extra time) or last penalty scored))
(If sighted together in one shot, this counts as 2 sightings. Only live pictures count, no replays)

Little By Little
David Silva to be substituted: 4/6
(extra time counts, Silva must start or bets void)

William Hill FA CUP SPECIALS……..(90m play unless specified)

90M ODDS…….10/11 Man City; 11/5 draw; 7/2 Stoke
LIFT TROPHY…..2/5 Man C; 2/1 Stoke
CITY WIN TO NIL – 5/2……Stoke likewise – 11/2
GAME DECIDED IN EXTRA TIME 9/2…….City win in e-t – 8/1……Stoke win in e-t – 16/1
GAME GOES TO PENALTY SHOOT OUT- 9/2….City win in pen shoot-out – 10/1; Stoke win pen shoot-out -10/1
WIN BOTH HALVES – 4/1 Man C; 14/1 Stoke
STOKE SCORE WITHIN 10S OF DELAP THROW – 7/2
FA MAN OF MATCH….6/1 Tevez; 7 Toure; 7 Silva; 8 Balotelli; 9 Pennant; 10 Dzeko; 11 Etherington; Walters; 12 Jones; Johnson Others on request.
COME FROM BEHIND TO WIN (90m)….8/1 Man C; 14/1 Stoke
BOTH TEAMS SCORE – 19/20 Yes; 4/5 No
WIN 1ST HALF – 7/5 Man C; 19/20 DRAW; 9/2 Stoke
MATCH GOALS – 4/6 TWO OR FEWER; 11/10 THREE OR MORE
CITY SCORE BOTH HALVES – 21/10; STOKE LIKEWISE 5/1
CLEAN SHEET – MAN C 23/20; STOKE 11/4
SCORE IN FIRST 15M – MAN C – 15/4; STOKE 7/1
FIRST PLAYER CARDED – 8 Balotelli; Vieira; Wilkinson; 9 De Jong; Shawcross; Wilson; 10 Huth; Zabaleta. 12 Diao; Faye; Kolarov; 14 Tevez. Others on request
CARD SHOWN WITHIN FIRST 15M- 16/5
TO WIN 1-0 – MAN C 11/2; STOKE 10/1. Other correct scores on request.

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