Everton Odds On To Finish Above Liverpool For First Time This Season…you Bet Kenny Is Off In The Summer

Everton thumped Sunderland to move four points ahead of Liverpool and for the first time this season, William Hill make the Blues odds on, at 8/15 to finish above Kenny Dalglish’s men (Liverpool are 11/8 to finish above Everton). Kenny Dalglish is odds on at 8/11 to have bowed out of Anfield by the time that next season kicks off (Evens to still be there).

“Not since the mid 2000s have Everton finished above Liverpool and now, for the first time since then we have made Everton odds on to finish above their red rivals,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “That does not make for good reading for Dalglish though.”

Since Fabio Capello resigned as England boss and Harry Redknapp was mooted as his replacement, Spurs have only won once. Despite this, Hills make Redknapp the 1/4 favourite to become the next permanent England boss. Hills offer 12/1 that Spurs fail to win any of their next four games although make them 6/4 to win their next match against Chelsea in the FA Cup semi final.

When will Spurs next win:
Chelsea (N) (FAC) (90mins) 6/4
QPR (A) (PL) 2/1
Blackburn (H) (PL) 13/5
Bolton (A) (PL) 16/1
Win none of these 12/1

Who will finish higher in the league:
Liverpool – 11/8
Everton – 8/15

Dalglish still at Liverpool at the start of next season
Yes – 8/11
No – EVS

Moyes still at Everton at the start of next season:
Yes – 1/3
No – 9/4

Next England boss Redknapp -1/4

Relegation Outright: 1/100 Wolves; 4/9 Wigan; 8/11 QPR; 11/10 Blackburn; 13/8 Bolton; 14/1 Aston Villa

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
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E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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11/10 For Current Bottom Three To Drop…1/1 For No More Managers To Go This Season

Bolton and Blackburn were the two sides at the bottom who benefitted from today’s basement battles and Hills make those two North West sides 8/15 (Bolton) and 4/9 (Blackburn) to stay up. The current bottom three (Wigan, Wolves and QPR) are in increasing amounts of peril and Hills go just 11/10 that Wigan, QPR and Wolves all get relegated at the start of the season. Wigan and Wolves are 2/9 and 3/10 respectively to be relegated.

“Wolves and Wigan have not been playing particularly well over the last few weeks and QPR will certainly be looking at their upcoming fixtures with increasing trepidation,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “As things stand, it is easy to see why they are our big favourites for the drop.”

Chelsea squeaked past 10 man Stoke by the narrowest of margins, but at the same time maintained Roberto Di Matteo’s 100% record. Hills offer 4/1 that they reamain undefeated in the next four fixtures, including a tricky trip to Manchester City and a home tie against Napoli – their next game for which they are 7/2 to be defeated.

Hills are now offering Even money that no other Premier League manager leaves his job before the end of the season. Owen Coyle, Roberto Martinez and Alex McLeish are all 5/1 to be the next to go, while Steve Kean, who was as short as 2/9 at one point in the season is 8/1 to be the next to go.

Premier League Relegation: 2/9 Wigan; 3/10 Wolves; 1/3 QPR; 11/8 Bolton; 13/8 Blackburn; 25/1 Aston Villa; 33/1 Swansea

Premier League Stay Up: 1/300 Swansea; 1/200 Aston Villa; 4/9 Blackburn; 8/15 Bolton; 9/4 QPR; 12/5 Wolves; 3/1 Wigan

To finish bottom: 6/5 Wigan; 2/1 Wolves; 9/4 QPR; 8/1 Bolton; 10/1 Blackburn

When Will Chelsea First Lose Under RDM?
Napoli (H) (UCL) 7/2
Leicester (H) (FAC) 10/1
Man City (A) (PL) 5/4
Tottenham (H) (PL) 4/1
Remain unbeaten in above 4 fixtures 4/1

Must be played in above order or bets void.

5th Premier League manager to go: 1/1 No manager to go; 5/1 Owen Coyle; 5/1 Roberto Martinez; 5/1 Alex McLeish; 8/1 Steve Kean; 14/1 Harry Redknapp; 16/1 Mark Hughes; 20/1 David Moyes; 20/1 Kenny Dalglish; 25/1 BAR

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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