Premiership: Fergie Failure: When Will Rvp Hit Back Of Net?

Following a disappointing result for Manchester United, Manchester City have been trimmed from 13/10 to 6/5 to win the Premiership title. Hills now offer even money that Manchester United will not top the Premiership table in 2012 and although it is 4/5 that Van Persie breaks his duck at the weekend, it is 7/2 he fails to hit the back of the net in the next four fixtures.

“Tonight was a great result for the bookies and Sir Alex & RVP will need to raise their game if they are to win back their title,” said Hill’s spokesman Rupert Adams.

Will Manchester United Top The Premiership Table Before Dec 31st?: 8/11 Yes, 1/1 No

When Will Robin Van Persie Score His First Man Utd Goal?: 4/5 Fulham, 3/1 Southampton, 9/2 Wigan, 10/1 Liverpool, 7/2 None of these Four

William Hill Premiership Winner: 6/5 Man city, 9/4 Man Utd, 9/2 Chelsea, 16/1 Arsenal, 25/1 Liverpool, 25/1 Tottenham, 125/1 Newcastle, 250/1 Everton, 750/1 Sunderland, 1500/1 Fulham, 2000/1 Villa, 2500/1 Bar

William Hill Premiership Top Goalscorer: 7/1 Tevez, 7/1 Rooney, 8/1 Van Persie, 8/1 Torres, 9/1 Aguero, 14/1 Balotelli, 18/1 Suarez, 20/1 Ba, 20/1 Hernandez, 20/1 Cisse, 25/1 D Bent, 25/1 Dzeko, 25/1 Podolski, 25/1 Michu, 25/1 Petric, 25/1 Jelavic, 25/1 Giroud, 33/1 Sturridge, 33/1 Welbeck, 33/1 Adebayor, 33/1 Borini, 33/1 Defoe, 40/1 Bar

Rupert Adams
Media Relations

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Au-revoir Allardyce: Avb 20/1 First Man Out!

The Premiership off season has probably never seen so much managerial movement and the latest odds from William Hill suggest that many will not be given much time to deliver. Hills are offering 11/8 that six or more managers leave their current roles during the season and 10/1 that either none or one go!

Sam Allardyce is the 8/1 favourite to be first out of the door, with Chris Hughton, Michael Laudrup and Steve Clarke all 9/1. The new Spurs manager, Andre Villas-Boas, is 20/1 to be first out with Sir Alex Ferguson the 100/1 outsider.

“With so much early movement you would think there would be very few moves in the season but as we all know, football is a results driven business and there aren’t too many second chances in the Premiership! said Hill’s spokesman Rupert Adams.

First Premier League Manager to Leave: 8/1 S Allardyce, 9/1 C Hughton, 9/1 M Laudrup, 9/1 S Clarke, 10/1 P Lambert, 11/1 B Rodgers, 11/1 M Hughes, 11/1 N Adkins, 11/1 R Di Matteo, 11/1 R Martinez, 12/1 M Jol, 16/1 B McDermott, 20/1 A Villas-Boas, 20/1 M O’Neill, 20/1 T Pulis, 25/1 A Pardew, 33/1 D Moyes, 33/1 R Mancini, 50/1 A Wenger, 66/1 No Manager to Leave, 100/1 A Ferguson.

How Many Premier League Managers will leave between the start and end of the 2012/13 Premier League season? 10/1 None or One, 9/4 Two or Three, 11/8 Four or Five, 11/8 Six or More.

Rupert Adams
Media Relations

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William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
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England – Holland Specials


WITH speculation continuing that Wesley Sneijder will become a Manchester United player before the transfer window closes – Hills offer 6/4 about that happening –William Hill have opened a book on who will be the first United player to foul Sneijder during Wednesday’s England versus Holland game, making Rio Ferdinand 11/8 favourite to get the first friendly foul in on his potential team-mate. Hills are also betting on which United player will take part in the game for the greatest number of minutes, and again make Ferdinand favourite, this time at 11/10. ‘Half of the England starting outfield line-up could be United players, which will give Wesley Sneijder the opportunity to get a close-up look at his possible team-mates’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Rio Ferdinand 11/8
Ashley Young 13/8
Wayne Rooney 2/1
Danny Welbeck 8/1
Tom Cleverley 10/1

Rio Ferdinand 11/10
Wayne Rooney 9/4
Ashley Young 9/4
Danny Welbeck 10/1
Tom Cleverley 14/1

*William Hill – will Sneijder join United before close of transfer window? 6/4 yes; 1/2 no.

Both teams to score?….10/11 yes; 10/11 no
How many goals in game? – 0- 8/1; 1- 3/1; 2- 9/4; 3- 3/1; 4- 11/2; 5- 12/1; 6+ – 16/1
England win 4-1- 50/1.
England score in both halves – 11/4
England come from behind to win – 9/1
England keep clean sheet – 8/5
England win to nil – 11/4

*************PARDEW NOW FAVOURITE TO BE FIRST PREM BOSS TO GO*********************

ALAN PARDEW, who was a 20/1 chance to be the next Premier League manager to leave is club when William Hill opened their book for the forthcoming season, is now 5/2 favourite following the recent ‘Joey Barton affair’ at Newcastle. Pardew has replaced Steve Kean, an 11/4 chance, as market leader. ‘The vibes from Newcastle do not suggest all is sweetness and light at the club at the moment so we are not taking any chances with Pardew’s price to be the next boss out’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill – NEXT PREM BOSS OUT…5/2 Pardew; 11/4 Kean; 4 Warnock; 6 Redknapp; 9 McCarthy; 10 Bruce; 12 Coyle; Ferguson; Mancini; Martinez; 16 Mcleish; Moyes; Rodgers; 33 Jol; Lambert; Wenger; 40 Hodgson; 66 Dalglish; Pulis; Villas-Boas; 100 No manager to go during the season.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

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M: 07803 233702
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