City Not Quite Back Into It But In To 7/2 For Title

An exciting night at both ends of the table saw Manchester City close the gap at the top to five points and William Hill make them 7/2 to win the League although Manchester United are 1/6 favourites.

“After thinking the title race was all over bar the shouting, it is now beginning to flicker back into life,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “We still have United as massive favourites, but tonight’s results will give City renewed vigour.”

Following defeat to Arsenal, Wolves are 1/150 to go down with Hills who also go Blackburn 8/15, Wigan 10/11, Bolton 6/5 and QPR 7/5. Wolves are also 18/1 to lose every remaining game this season.

Relegation Trebles: 19/10 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn; 7/2 Wolves/Wigan/QPR; 11/2 Wolves/Wigan/Bolton; 11/2 Wigan/QPR/Blackburn; 6/1 QPR/Bolton/Blackburn; 9/1 Wigan/QPR/Bolton

Premier League outright: 1/6 Manchester United; 7/2 Manchester City

Relegation: 1/150 Wolves; 8/15 Blackburn; 10/11 Wigan; 6/5 Bolton; 7/5 QPR

18/1 Wolves lose every remaining game this season

3rd – 5th tricast
Arsenal/Tottenham/Chelsea 10/3
Arsenal/Tottenham/Newcastle 7/2
Tottenham/Arsenal/Chelsea 10/1
Tottenham/Arsenal/Newcastle 11/1
Arsenal/Newcastle/Tottenham 12/1
Arsenal/Newcastle/Chelsea 12/1
Arsenal/Chelsea/Tottenham 11/1
Arsenal/Chelsea/Newcastle 12/1

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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William Hill Werekend Prem Specials

*****************************************William Hill WEEKEND PREMIER LEAGUE SPECIALS*************************************************

HOW FAR WILL CHELSEA BE CLEAR AT TOP AFTER THIS ROUND OF GAMES–?

William Hill make Chelsea 1/2 still to be five points clear of the chasing pack after the current round of Premier League games – but go 500/1 that they stretch the lead to eight points and 6/1 that they are cut back to just two. ‘Chelsea are galloping clear at the moment – and we make them 4/6 to stay top for the remainder of the season, but a five point lead can – and often does- disappear within two games!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

DETAILS
ODDS

2 POINTS
6/1

3 POINTS
3/1

4 POINTS
125/1

5 POINTS
1/2

6 POINTS
1000/1

7 POINTS
25/1

8 POINTS
500/1

TO WIN PREM TITLE…4/7 Chelsea; 9/2 Man U; 11/2 Arsenal; 8/1 Man City; 80 Spurs

PREDICT THE TITLE 1-2.

William Hill have opened a book on which teams will finish 1-2 in the Premier League and make Chelsea to win with Man U second their 9/4 favourite. ‘Punters can speculate on the 1-2 outcome at the end of the season at attractive odds’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. Hills offer 20/1 a United-City 1-2; 28/1 City – United.

Chelsea/Man Utd…9/4
Chelsea/Man City…7/2
Chelsea/Arsenal…11/4
Man Utd/Chelsea…6/1
Man Utd/Man City….20/1
Man Utd/Arsenal….16/1
Man City/Chelsea…12/1
Man City/Arsenal33/1
Man City/Man Utd..28/1
Arsenal/Chelsea…..8/1
Arsenal/Man Utd18/1
Arsenal/Man City28/1
Any other combination40/1

Who’ll Be Bottom After This Round Of Games?–

West Ham – 1/4……Wolves – 11/4

Liverpool Still To Be In Bottom 3 – YES 2/1……NO 4/11

Maradona to manage a PL team by the end of next season – 16/1 YES 1/100 NO

William Hill offer 11.17/1 that Celtic, Chelsea,Man C, Man U and Villa ALL win this weekend – that’s at least TWO POINTS bigger than any other major company!

William Hill PREMIER LEAGUE SPECIALS:

Highest Scoring Match
Odds:

Arsenal v West Ham
10/3

Man Utd v Tottenham
5/1

Blackburn v Chelsea
13/2

Everton v Stoke
8/1

Wolves v Man City
8/1

Blackpool v West Brom
8/1

Newcastle v Sunderland
9/1

Fulham v Wigan
10/1

Aston Villa v Birmingham
10/1

Bolton v Liverpool
10/1

1/5TH 1-2-3

Highest Scoring Team
Odds:

Arsenal
9/2

Chelsea
15/2

Man Utd
15/2

Everton
9/1

Fulham
10/1

Man City
10/1

Aston Villa
11/1

Newcastle
12/1

Liverpool
14/1

West Brom
14/1

Blackpool
18/1

Sunderland
20/1

Bolton
20/1

Tottenham
22/1

Birmingham
28/1

Wigan
33/1

Wolves
33/1

Blackburn
40/1

Stoke
40/1

West Ham
100/1

¼ 1-2-3

Team Scoring Quickest Goal

Arsenal
8/1

Chelsea
10/1

Man Utd
11/1

Everton
12/1

Fulham
12/1

Man City
12/1

West Brom
12/1

Aston Villa
14/1

Newcastle
14/1

Liverpool
14/1

Blackpool
14/1

Tottenham
18/1

Sunderland
18/1

Bolton
18/1

Wolves
20/1

Birmingham
20/1

Stoke
22/1

Wigan
22/1

Blackburn
25/1

West Ham
33/1

¼ 1-2-3

Hat-trick – 7/2 YES 1/6 NO

REDS CARDS –

DETAILS
ODDS

NONE
7/2

ONE
13/8

TWO OR MORE
10/11

ENGLAND TO WIN RIGHT TO STAGE 2018 WORLD CUP?…..8/11 England; 6/4 Russia; 6/1 Portugal-Spain; 33/1 Belgium-Holland.

YOU BET TONY PULIS SAFEST BOSS BET TO SURVIVE UNTIL NEXT SEASON…..

WITH A NUMBER OF PREMIER LEAGUE managers under short or long term pressure for various reasons, William Hill have opened a book on the individual chances of each of the 20 bosses leaving their current club before the first day of next season or not and, slightly surprisingly, have made Stoke’s Tony Pulis the best bet still to be in place when 2011/12 season kicks off. ‘You can make a case for almost every one of the 20 managers not to be in place on the first day of next season – Fergie may have retired, Arsene Wenger may have quit after winning nothing again, Ancelotti hay have won everything and fancy a new challenge, other bosses may have been sacked after disappointing seasons – but we think Tony Pulis is bomb-proof at Stoke and make him 1/20 still to be there’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe, ‘But we reckon Roy Hodgson is the most vulnerable boss at the moment – and he’s 4/7 to be gone by the first day of the next campaign, with Chris Hughton not far behind him at 8/11.’
Hills…… MANAGER OF THEIR CLUB 1ST DAY OF NEXT SEASON?

Chris Hughton EVS YES 8/11 NO

Avram Grant 4/9 YES 13/8 NO

Roy Hodgson 5/4 YES 4/7 NO

Mick McCarthy 2/7 YES 5/2 NO

Roberto Martinez 1/4 YES 11/4 NO

Sam Allardyce 1/7 YES 4/1 NO

Alex McLeish 1/12 YES 6/1 NO

Mark Hughes 1/14 YES 13/2 NO

Roberto Mancini 1/2 YES 6/4 NO

Ian Holloway 1/3 YES 9/4 NO

Steve Bruce 1/8 YES 9/2 NO

Owen Coyle 1/12 YES 6/1 NO

Tony Pulis 1/20 YES 8/1 NO

David Moyes 1/10 YES 11/2 NO

Roberto DiMatteo 1/9 YES 5/1 NO

Gerard Houllier 1/4 YES 11/4 NO

Carlo Ancelotti 1/12 YES 6/1 NO

Harry Redknapp 1/9 YES 5/1 NO

Arsene Wenger 1/4 YES 11/4 NO

Alex Ferguson 1/3 YES 9/4 NO

HODGSON AND HUGHTON NOW JOINT FAVOURITES TO BE NEXT BOSS OUT

Under pressure Newcastle boss Chris Hughton has been cut from 7/2 to 6/4 joint favourite with Roy Hodgson to be the next Prem manager to leave his club. ‘Rumours are rife that Hughton is not guaranteed a new contract with Newcastle, and the weekend derby against Sunderland could be crucial for his future prospects’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Wm Hill…..Next Premier League Manager To Leave

Roy Hodgson… 6/4
Chris Hughton…. 6/4
Avram Grant… 4/1
Mick McCarthy ….9/1
Roberto Martinez …14/1
Sam Allardyce….20/1
Alex McLeish …20/1
Mark Hughes ….20/1
Roberto Mancini …25/1
No Manager To Go ….25/1
David Moyes 33/1
Ian Holloway 33/1
Owen Coyle 33/1
Steve Bruce 33/1
Tony Pulis 33/1
Gerrard Houllier 40/1
Roberto Di Matteo 40/1
Arsene Wenger… 50/1
Carlo Ancelotti ….50/1
Harry Redknapp ….50/1
Sir Alex Ferguson ….66/1

WILL HERNANDEZ OUT-SHOOT ROONEY?

WITH Hernandez boosting his reputation in the absence of Wayne Rooney, William Hill are offering odds of 7/4 about the young Mexican outscoring the out of form England striker during the remainder of this season in all major competitions (Prem; Carling Cup; FA Cup; Champions League).
Hills make Rooney 8/15 to score more than his younger team-mate, with a tie between them offered at 8/1. ‘Wayne has inadvertently heaped even more pressure on his own shoulders during a period in which he is showing only glimpses of his best form, and the new kid on the block is threatening to out-shoot the ageing gunslinger!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

WHO’LL TOP SCORE IN PREM FOR MAN UTD THIS SEASON?

Berbatov (6)…10/11
Rooney (1)….11/5
Hernandez (3)…7/2
Nani (3)………8/1
Owen (1)…..25/1

WHERE WILL MICHAEL OWEN BE PLAYING ON FIRST DAY OF NEXT SEASON- IF ANYWHERE ?

William Hill have opened a book on who Michael Owen will be playing for on the first day of next season – but also offer 6/1 that he will have officially hung up his boots and retired by then.’The last few years have been a catalogue of injuries, new clubs, subs’ benches and, as ever, goals for Michael, who may feel that his best years are behind him and decide that he’ll quit to spend more time with his racehorses’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills…Who will Michael Owen be playing for on the first day of next season?

DETAILS
ODDS

Man Utd
15/8

Scottish Club
5/1

Officially Retire
6/1

Tottenham
8/1

Liverpool
11/1

Italian Club
16/1

Arsenal
16/1

Everton
16/1

Spanish Club
20/1

Aston Villa
20/1

German Club
33/1

Football League Club
33/1

Chelsea
50/1

Man City
50/1

French Club
66/1

**Others on request.

Further information….graham sharpe…0208 918 3731

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