Bookies In A Spin: As Punters Splash The Cash On Spain Winning Euro 2012

William Hill have seen considerable support for Spain today after offering a standout 3/1 that they will win Euro 2012. Germany are currently the joint favourites at 3/1, with Holland 13/2 and England 10/1 shots.

“The 3/1 for Spain has proved extremely popular with all our customers and we will try to hold the offer for as long as possible,” said Hill’s spokesman Rupert Adams.

William Hill Euro 2012 Latest Prices: 3/1 Spain, 3/1 Germany, 13/2 Holland, 10/1 England, 10/1 France, 14/1 Italy, 20/1 Portugal, 20/1 Russia, 50/1 Ukraine, 50/1 Poland, 50/1 Chez Republic, 50/1 Croatia, 66/1 Sweden, 66/1 Greece, 80/1 Rep Of Ireland, 100/1 Denmark

England Top Tournament Scorer: 6/1 Wayne Rooney, 6/1 Steven Gerrard, 6/1 Danny Wellbeck, 13/2 Ashley Young, 7/1 Andy Carroll, 9/1 Theo Walcott, 10/1 Jermain Defoe, 12/1 Frank Lampard, 20/1 No Goalscorer, 25/1 James Milner, 25/1 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 28/1 John Terry, 33/1 Gary Cahill, 33/1 Stewart Downing, 40/1 Scott Parker, 50/1 Phil Jones, 66/1 Glen Johnson, 66/1 Ashley Cole, 66/1 Leighton Baines, 66/1 Joleon Lescott, 100/1 Phil Jagielka

Rupert Adams
Media Relations

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William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
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Barton Backed For Big Ban…scholes Set For Sensational Return

William Hill have cut the price of Joey Barton’s ban being eight or more games following 90% of all bets placed on the market being for over. He is now 4/7 to face a ban of over 7.5 games (5/4 not to).

“Joey has always been known for his pugnacious style, but he may have overstepped the line one too many times and our punters think the FA are ready to throw the book at the QPR captain,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Gary Neville has been called up to the England backroom staff and William Hill make the former United man 14/1 to be the next boss of the England National team. With the 23 man squad set to be named on Wednesday, William Hill are betting on which players make the grade. Joe Hart, Wayne Rooney, Ashley Cole and Steven Gerrard are 1/100 to be on the plane while Scott Parker, Gary Cahill and Gareth Barry are 1/50.

Surprisingly, Paul Scholes has claimed that he would be open for a call up to the Euros squad and he is 6/4 to go.

William Hill odds:

Next Villa Manager: 7/4 Roberto Martinez; 5/2 Paul Lambert; 10/1 Neil Lennon; 10/1 Rafael Benitez; 12/1 Mick McCarthy; 12/1 Ole Gunnar Solksjaer; 12/1 Alan Curbishley; 12/1 Bob Bradley; 12/1 Brendan Rodgers; 12/1 Kevin MacDonald; 14/1 Roberto Di Matteo; 16/1 Brian McDermott; 16/1 Claudio Ranieri; 16/1 Gianfranco Zola; 16/1 Louis Van Gaal; 16/1 Marco Bielsa; 16/1 Paolo Di Canio; 16/1 Gus Poyet; 16/1 Lee Clark; 16/1 Chris Hughton; 20/1 BAR

When will a non Manchester side next win the Premier League: 7/4 2012/13; 11/4 2013/14; 9/2 2014/15; 2/1 2015/16 or later

To make the England Euros Squad:

Goalkeeper: Defenders Midfielders: Attackers:
Joe Hart: 1/100 yes; 16/1 no
Gary Cahill: 1/50 yes; 12/1 no Adam Johnson: 1/1 yes; 8/11 no Wayne Rooney: 1/100 yes; 16/1 no
Scott Carson: 10/11 yes; 4/5 no
Ashley Cole: 1/100 yes; 16/1 no Steven Gerrard: 1/100 yes; 16/1 no Danny Welbeck: 1/6 yes; 7/2 no
Paul Robinson: 10/1 yes; 1/33 no
Phil Jones: 2/7 yes; 5/2 no Frank Lampard: 1/20 yes; 8/1 no Frazier Campbell: 16/1 yes; 1/100 no
Rob Green: 1/4 yes; 11/4 no
John Terry: 4/7 yes; 5/4 no Scott Parker: 1/50 yes; 12/1 no Grant Holt: 8/1 yes; 1/20 no
David Stockdale: 10/11 yes; 4/5 no
Rio Ferdinand: 4/11 yes; 2/1 no Gareth Barry: 1/50 yes; 12/1 no Andy Carroll: 4/6 yes; 11/10 no
Chris Kirkland: 14/1 yes; 1/66 no
Kyle Walker: 1/8 yes; 9/2 no Ashley Young: 1/16 yes; 7/1 no Peter Crouch: 11/10 yes; 4/6 no
John Ruddy: 5/1 yes; 1/9 no
Micah Richards: 4/6 yes; 11/10 no Theo Walcott: 1/6 yes; 7/2 no Jermain Defoe: 8/11 yes; 1/1 no
Glen Johnson: 2/7 yes; 5/2 no
Stewart Downing: 8/11 yes; 1/1 no Gabriel Agbonlahor: 14/1 yes; 1/66 no
Leighton Baines: 1/10 yes; 11/2 no
James Milner: 1/4 yes; 11/4 no Daniel Sturridge: 8/11 yes; 1/1 no
Phil Jagielka: 7/4 yes; 2/5 no
Tom Cleverley: 6/1 yes; 1/12 no Darren Bent: 3/1 yes; 2/9 no
Joleon Lescott: 1/10 yes; 11/2 no
Jordan Henderson: 20/1 yes; 1/150 no Bobby Zamora: 9/4 yes; 1/3 no
Stephen Warnock: 33/1 yes; 1/500 no
Aaron Lennon: 7/4 yes; 2/5 no Andy Johnson: 33/1 yes; 1/500 no
Ledley King: 8/1 yes; 1/20 no
Michael Carrick: 5/6 yes; 5/6 no
Kieron Gibbs: 10/1 yes; 1/33 no
Matt Jarvis: 25/1 yes; 1/200 no
Paul Scholes: 6/4 yes; 1/2 no

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: 2/1 yes; 4/11 no

Joe Cole: 25/1 yes; 1/200 no

Gary Neville to be next permanent England manager: 14/1

Length of Joey Barton’s ban: 5/4 under 7.5 games; 4/7 over 7/5 games

England captain for Euro 2012 game vs France: 1/2 Steven Gerrard; 5/2 Scott Parker; 13/2 Joe Hart; 20/1 Frank Lampard; 20/1 Rio Ferdinand; 25/1 Gareth Barry; 50/1 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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Hodgson Fancied For England: Will Gerrard Miss Out On Captaincy?

Roy Hodgson is the 1/8 favourite to get the England job with William Hill after news emerged that the West Brom manager had been approached by the FA. Having been as short as 1/4 on Saturday, Harry Redknapp is out to 9/2 with current interim manager Stuart Pearce 25/1.

“The FA have announced that Hodgson is the first man that they want to speak to, but whether this is an indication that he is first choice is uncertain,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “All those that think Harry is still the man for the job, now have the opportunity to back him at odds against.”

After his missed penalty against Blackburn signalled the end for Hodgson, Hills have pushed out the price of Steven Gerrard wearing the captain’s armband for England’s first Euros game from 5/4 to 11/8, while Scott Parker is in from 5/4 to 6/5. Joe Hart is the 7/1 third favourite.

Carlos Tevez has announced that he would love to stay at Manchester City for the foreseeable future and Hills have cut his odds of staying until at least next season from 6/4 to 1/20.

England Captain for Euro 2012 Game vs France: 6/5 Scott Parker; 11/8 Steven Gerrard; 7/1 Joe Hart; 12/1 Frank Lampard; 33/1 Rio Ferdinand; 33/1 Ashley Cole; 33/1 Gareth Barry
*If captain for this game is John Terry then all bets void

Next permanent England manager: 1/8 Roy Hodgson; 9/2 Harry Redknapp; 25/1 Stuart Pearce; 25/1 Martin O’Neill; 33/1 Alan {ardew; 33/1 Guus Hiddink; 33/1 Rafa Benitez; 40/1 Pep Guardiola; 50/1 BAR

When Will England next lose: 11/4 Norway; 3/1 Belgium; 4/1 France; 7/1 Sweden; 10/1 Ukraine; 5/2 unbeaten for these games

Who Will Start Englands First Euro 2012 Game vs France?

Kyle Walker (Yes) 11/10
Kyle Walker (No) 4/6
Frank Lampard (Yes) 5/4
Frank Lampard (No) 4/7
Ashley Young (Yes) 4/7
Ashley Young (No) 5/4
Danny Welbeck (Yes) 5/6
Danny Welbeck (No) 5/6
James Milner (Yes) 2/1
James Milner (No) 4/11
Daniel Sturridge (Yes) 11/10
Daniel Sturridge (No) 4/6

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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End Of The Chelsea Pensioners…ash Dives To Splash Everton…pepe 6/1 To See Red

Much has been made of the fact that Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba, despite their impressive performances against Barcelona, could be on their way from Chelsea at the end of the season. William Hill are offering 11/4 (Lampard) and 11/10 (Drogba) that they have left by the time the 2012/13 Premier League season kicks off. Chelsea face Arsenal without Wednesday night’s talisman and Hills think that they could struggle with Robin van Persie 6/4 to outscore Fernando Torres.

“If Di Matteo gets the Chelsea job on a full time basis he may want to keep these seasoned pros for one more season but it is inevitable that all good things have to come to an end and the Blues may dispense of them to make way for younger players,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Sir Alex Ferguson has warned Ashley Young that he could earn himself a reputation if his theatrical antics continue but despite this William Hill are offering 10/1 that the Reds’ winger wins his side a penalty against Everton to make it three in three home matches.

One of the most important El Clasicos in recent years takes place on Saturday and William Hill are expecting a feisty affair, offering just 11/10 that there is a red card during the match. The main perpetrator of El Clasico shenanigans, Pepe, is 6/1 to see red during the game. Currently, Ronaldo and Messi are tied on 41 goals in La Liga but William Hill are offering 8/11 that the Real Madrid flyer bags more than his Barcelona counterpart between now and the end of the season (Even money that he does not).

Relegation trebles:
11/10 Wolves/Blackburn/QPR
13/8 Wolves/Bolton/Blackburn
3/1 Wolves/QPR/Bolton
7/1 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn
11/1 Wolves/Wigan/QPR
12/1 Wolves/Wigan/Bolton
66/1QPR/Bolton/Blackburn
80/1 Wigan/QPR/Bolton
80/1 Wigan/QPR/Blackburn

3rd, 4th, 5th Tricasts:
Arsenal/Tottenham/Chelsea 3/1
Arsenal/Tottenham/Newcastle 5/1
Arsenal/Chelsea/Tottenham 9/2
Arsenal/Chelsea/Newcastle 14/1
Arsenal/Newcastle/Tottenham 8/1
Arsenal/Newcastle/Chelsea 22/1
Tottenham/Arsenal/Chelsea 5/1
Tottenham/Arsenal/Newcastle 10/1
Tottenham/Chelsea/Arsenal 12/1
Tottenham/Chelsea/Newcastle 50/1
Tottenham/Newcastle/Arsenal 20/1
Tottenham/Newcastle/Chelsea 33/1
Chelsea/Arsenal/Tottenham 33/1
Chelsea/Arsenal/Newcastle 66/1
Chelsea/Tottenham/Arsenal 50/1
Chelsea/Tottenham/Newcastle 100/1
Chelsea/Newcastle/Arsenal 100/1
Chelsea/Newcastle/Tottenham 100/1
Newcastle/Arsenal/Tottenham 33/1
Newcastle/Arsenal/Chelsea 40/1
Newcastle/Tottenham/Arsenal 50/1
Newcastle/Tottenham/Chelsea 100/1
Newcastle/Chelsea/Arsenal 66/1
Newcastle/Chelsea/Tottenham 100/1

To Be A Chelsea at the start of the 2012/13 Premier League season:

Frank Lampard: 1/4 yes; 11/4 no
Didier Drogba: 4/6 yes; 11/10 no

RVP vs Torres match bet: 6/4 Van Persie; 7/2 Torres; 1/1 Tie

Ashley Young to win a penalty vs Everton this weekend: 10/1

El Clasico Specials:

Anytime red card: 11/10

Pepe red card: 6/1

PREMIER LEAGUE RED CARDS;
This weekend round of games:

DETAILS ODDS
None 7/2
One 2/1
Two 2/1
Three or more 7/2

HAT TRICK SCORED IN THIS ROUND OF PREM GAMES….
DETAILS ODDS
Yes 4/1
No 1/7

FASTEST SCORING TEAM:

DETAILS ODDS
Man Utd 9/1
Liverpool 9/1
Man City 9/1
Arsenal 11/1
Blackburn 11/1
Bolton 11/1
Fulham 11/1
Newcastle 11/1
Norwich 11/1
Tottenham 11/1
Aston Villa 14/1
QPR 16/1
Chelsea 16/1
Swansea 16/1
Wigan 16/1
Sunderland 20/1
Stoke 20/1
Wolves 25/1
West Brom 25/1
Everton 25/1
EW ¼ 1,2,3,4 Dead heat rules apply.

HIGHEST SCORING TEAM:

DETAILS ODDS
Man City 4/1
Man Utd 11/2
Liverpool 7/1
Newcastle 10/1
Arsenal 11/1
Blackburn 12/1
Fulham 12/1
Tottenham 12/1
Bolton 14/1
Norwich 16/1
Aston Villa 16/1
Swansea 20/1
QPR 25/1
Chelsea 25/1
Sunderland 25/1
Wigan 25/1
Everton 25/1
Wolves 33/1
Stoke 33/1
West Brom 33/1

EW ¼ 1,2,3,4 Dead heat rules apply.

HIGHEST SCORING MATCH:

DETAILS ODDS
Wolves v Man City 10/3
Blackburn v Norwich 11/2
Liverpool v West Brom 11/2
Man Utd v Everton 7/1
Arsenal v Chelsea 8/1
Bolton v Swansea 8/1
Fulham v Wigan 8/1
QPR v Tottenham 8/1
Newcastle v Stoke 9/1
Aston Villa v Sunderland 12/1

EW ¼ 1,2,3. Dead heat rules apply.

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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Champions League Semi Specials Plus City Versus United Latest

***************************CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SEMI SPECIALS****************************

MESSI ODDS-ON TO OUTSCORE CHELSEA

MESSI to outscore Chelsea (90m) – 4/6; Tie – 9/4; Chelsea outscore Messi – 7/2

BARCELONA are 2/7 favourites to beat Chelsea, who are 9/1 to win the game in 90 minutes with a draw 9/2. Barca are 2/5 to reach the Final, with Chelsea 2/1.

TO WIN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE – 11/10 Barca; 5/2 Real M; 7/2 Bayern M; 6/1 Chelsea
TO CONTEST FINAL- 13/10 Barca-Real; 2/1 Barca-Bayern; 19/5Real M-Chelsea; 5/1 Bayern- Chelsea

CHELSEA ARE 11/10 TO PLAY IN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE NEXT SEASON WITH William Hill WHO OFFER 4/6 THEY WILL NOT.

WHO’LL BE FIRST TO FOUL MESSI……..?

First Player to foul Messi: 6/1 Michael Essien; 6/1 Raul Meireles; 7/1 John Terry; 7/1 John Obi Mikel; 8/1 Ramires; 8/1 David Luiz; 8/1 Gary Cahill; 9/1 Branislav Ivanovic; 10/1 Frank Lampard; 10/1 Juan Mata; 10/1 Oriol Romeu; 11/1 Jose Bosingwa; 12/1 Salomon Kalou; 12/1 Ashley Cole; 12/1 Paulo Ferreira; 16/1 Didier Drogba; 16/1 Daniel Sturridge; 16/1 Florent Malouda; 20/1 Fernando Torres

First Player To Foul Didier Drogba

Javier Mascherano 7/2
Carles Puyol 7/2
Gerard Pique 4/1
Daniel Alves 5/1
Adriano 5/1
Sergio Busquets 6/1
Seydou Keita 8/1
Xavi 8/1
Andres Iniesta 9/1
Thiago 9/1
Cesc Fabregas 10/1
Victor Valdes 12/1
Cristian Tello 12/1
Isaac Cuenca 12/1
Pedro 16/1
Lionel Messi 20/1
Alexis Sanchez 20/1

MESSI is 6/4 to fail to score in 90minutes.

WILL DROGBA PLAY WHOLE GAME?

DROG – EVS FINISH…… 8 /11 SUBBED (Bets void if doesn’t start and cover any extra time/penalty shoot out)
TORRES – 5/6 FINISH…5/6 SUBBED (Bets void if doesn’t start and cover any extra time/penalty shoot-out)

DROGBA BOOKED FOR unsportsmanlike behaviour at any time during game – 5/1 (Bets void if doesn’t start)

TO WIN IN EXTRA TIME – 16/1 Barcelona; 40/1 Chelsea

TO WIN PENALTY SHOOTOUT – 33/1 Barca; 40/1 Chelsea

WEBB TO REF MANC SHOWDOWN

ANDRE MARRINER has been handed refereeing duties for the Manchester showdown and Hills offer 7/1 that he will flourish his red card two or more times – and make United 11/10 favourites to receive more cards than City.

William Hill make City 6/5 favourites to beat 23/10 United witgh the draw 2/1.

Hills have cut united from 1/ 2 to 4/9 to win the Premier League title and lengthened City from 6/4 to 7/4. ‘Our United liabilities are somewhat heftier than those for City’ explained Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

MOST CARDS

MAN CITY – 7/4
TIE – 5/2
MAN UTD – 11/10

TOTAL RED CARDS

NONE – 2/7
ONE – 7/2
TWO OR MORE – 7/1

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
TWITTER- @sharpeangle

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M: 07803 233702
E: gsharpe@williamhill.co.uk

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Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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Chelsea’s Captain Fantastic (not Terry) 14/1 For England Armband

FRANK LAMPARD captained 10 man Chelsea to the Champions League Final against Barcelona and William Hill make him 14/1 to wear the armband for England’s first game of the European Championships. However, Steven Gerrard and Scott Parker are the 5/4 joint favourites for the captaincy.

Harry Redknapp is the 1/4 red hot favourite to be named as the next permanent England manager but it is less clear when the FA will announce the appointment of their chosen man. William Hill make it 1/3 that the new manager will take his first press conference between the end of the Premier League and England’s first game at the Euros.

“Redknapp is the red hot favourite for the England job as far as our punters are concerned but no one quite knows when the appointment will be made,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

CHELSEA fantastically drew with Barcelona with ten men and William Hill make the Blues 7/4 to lift the trophy. With John Terry getting sent off and going 2-0 down, the Blues were as long as 20/1 to qualify from the tie. The mastermind behind the victory, Roberto Di Matteo, is in to 4/5 from 7/4 to become the next permanent Chelsea boss. Chelsea will be up against it in the Final having four players ruled out by suspension but Hills make Michael Essien 1/2, Bosingwa 1/5 and Torres 2/1 to start in Munich.

BARCELONA have now failed to win three games in a row, almost unheard of and Hills make Guardiola 5/6 to have left his position by the time the 2012/13 season kicks off.

ASTON VILLA lost on Tuesday to Bolton and William Hill make Alex McLeish 9/2 to have left Villa Park by the start of next season.

Who will captain England for the first game of the European Championships: 5/4 Steven Gerrard; 5/4 Scott Parker; 8/1 Joe Hart; 14/1 Frank Lampard; 33/1 Rio Ferdinand; 33/1 Gareth Barry
*If captain for this game is John Terry then all bets are void

When will Fabio Capello’s permanent replacement have their first official press conference as England manager: 10/3 before the end of the Premier League season; 1/3 between the end of the Premier League season and England’s first game; 20/1 during Euro 2012; 9/2 after Euro 2012

Chelsea players to be there next season:

Lampard: 4/7 yes; 5/4 no
Drogba: 11/10 yes; 4/6 no
Terry: 1/5 yes; 10/3 no
A Cole: 1/7 yes; 4/1 no
Torres: 8/15 yes; 11/8 no

Chelsea players to start the Champions League Final:

Essien: 8/11 yes; Evs no
Torres: 2/1 yes; 4/11 no
Malouda: 2/1 yes; 4/11 no
Sturridge 5/2 yes; 2/7 no
Bosingwa: 1/5 yes; 10/3 no
Drogba: 1/3 yes; 9/4 no

Will Guardiola be at Barca at the start of next season: 5/6 yes; 5/6 no

Who will name the England Euros squad: 13/8 Stuart Pearce; 4/9 someone else

Alex McLeish manager of Villa on the first day of next season: 1/8 yes; 9/2 no

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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M: 07850 518 164
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Frank Favourite Ahead Of Terry To Lift Cl Trophy

After the news that John Terry WILL be allowed to lift the Champions League trophy should Chelsea win, William Hill have reformed their market that initially had the club captain at 20/1 to be the first player to lift the cup. John Terry is now 11/8 second favourite to lift the trophy should Chelsea win, with Frank Lampard 4/5.

“John Terry is Mr Chelsea and there will be clamour amongst those who support the club for their club captain to lift the trophy,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Who will lift the Champions League trophy first: 4/5 Frank Lampard; 11/8 John Terry; 9/1 Didier Drogba; 9/1 Roberto Di Matteo; 14/1 Ashley Cole; 20/1 Petr Cech; 40/1 Fernando Torres…others on request
* Bets void if Chelsea do not win trophy ** Dead heat rules apply if two or more players lift trophy at same time

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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What Now For Comolli’s Big Money Signings?

Damien Comolli has departed Anfield and William Hill are offering odds on which of ‘his’ signings will have left Anfield. The £35million man, Andy Carroll is 5/4 to no longer be at the club on the first day of next season, while his partner in crime, Luis Suarez, is the same price to no longer be a Liverpool player next season.

Damien Comolli signings:

Will they be at Liverpool next season? (y/n): Carroll (4/7, 2/1); Downing (1/10, 11/2); Henderson (1/10, 11/2); Doni (4/7, 5/4); Bellamy (8/11, Evs); Coates (1/5, 10/3); Enrique (1/12, 6/1); Adam (4/7, 5/4); Suarez (4/7, 5/4)

Who will start in goal for Liverpool in FA Cup semi final?

Brad Jones 1/25
Any other 9/1

Frank Lampard was one of the players selected to model Chelsea’s new kit, prompting William Hill to cut his odds of being at Chelsea next season from 4/6 to 4/11 (2/1 to have left).

“There were many who said that Frank was off to while away his days with his pal Backs in America, but his recent form coupled with his undoubted desire to remain a Chelsea player has lead us to reassess our opinion,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Man Utd title winning margin:

Not win title 7/2
Goal difference 33/1
1-4 pts 13/8
5-8 pts 2/1
9 or more pts 4/1

** Man Utd to win the league via a play-off – 350/1

Man C title winning margin:

Not win title 1/6
Goal difference 25/1
1-2 pts1 1/2
3 or more pts 20/1

**Man City to win the league via a play-off – 350/1

Ballon d’Or:

Lionel Messi 1/3
Cristiano Ronaldo 7/2
Robin van Persie 9/1
Xavi 12/1
Wayne Rooney 25/1
David Silva 33/1
Others on request

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
Twitter: @footy_joe

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Jones Is In For Liverpool, Will Everton Pay The Penalty?

After his heroics against Blackburn, William Hill are offering 4/1 that Brad Jones saves a penalty against Everton at any point during the tie. With both games being local derbies, William Hill are expecting a couple of tasty affairs and are offering 4/1 that there are two or more red cards over the two matches (4/9 for none and 10/3 for one).

“Brad Jones will certainly not have expected to be playing on Sunday but now he will be studying tapes of Everton’s penalty takers to make sure he is prepared for any eventualities,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Chelsea have two very important games ahead of them and having rested a few of their big names against Fulham are expected to have the big guns firing against Spurs and Barcelona. Hills are offering 1/5 that John Terry starts both games, 5/6 for Frank Lampard and 1/6 that Ashley Cole does. Chelsea are 11/1 to bear Spurs on Sunday and Barcelona at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.

William Hill Odds:

Chelsea to beat Spurs and Barcelona: 11/1

Brad Jones to save a penalty at any point (inc. Penalty shootout): 4/1

How many red cards over the two games: 4/9 none; 10/3 one; 4/1 two or more

Chelsea players to start matches against Spurs and Barcelona:

1/5 Terry
5/6 Lampard
6/5 Torres
7/4 Drogba
3/1 Sturridge
1/6 A. Cole

FA Cup winner: 9/4 Chelsea; 9/4 Tottenham; 5/2 Liverpool; 7/2 Everton

Nominate the finalists: 2/1 Tottenham/Liverpool; 11/5 Chelsea/Liverpool; 3/1 Tottenham/Everton; 16/5 Chelsea/Everton

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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Chelsea 7/2 To Give Barca The Blues – Di Matteo 2/1 To Get Stamford Bridge Gig

Chelsea made it through to the Champions League semi final and William Hill make them 8/1 to win the tournament. The bad news for all Blues fans is that they have to face defending champions, Barcelona, in the semis and Hills are offering 7/4 that they manage just one goal over the two legs with ‘star’ striker Fernando Torres 2/7 to fail to find the net against the Catalan giants. Roberto Di Matteo has only tasted defeat once as Chelsea boss and he is 2/1 to get the manager’s position on a permanent basis.

Hills make Chelsea 7/2 to qualify for the final with Barcelona 1/6, while in the other semi final, Real Madrid are 1/2 to qualify for the final (Bayern are 6/4). The game that most neutrals would love to see is the Madrid/Barcelona final and Hills make that outcome 3/4 to happen.

“Barcelona have been favourites all the way through this year’s Champions League and we do not think our punters will desert the Catalans now ,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Frank Lampard scored the decisive second goal across the tie and Hills make him 6/4 to start England’s first Euro 2012 match.

TO WIN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: (Hills bet): 5/6 Barcelona, 5/2 Real Madrid; 5/1 Munich; 8/1 Chelsea – win only

TOTAL CHELSEA GOALS BOTH LEGS –
None 3/1
One 7/4
Two 5/2
Three or more 5/2

WILL TORRES SCORE V BARCELONA (MUST START FIRST LEG)
YES – 5/2
NO – 2/7

ROBERTO DI MATTEO CHELSEA MANAGER AT START OF NEXT START NEXT SEASON – 2/1

TO QUALIFY – BARCA 1/6, CHELSEA 7/2
TO QUALIFY – REAL MADRID 1/2, MUNICH 6/4

ALL SPANISH FINAL – 3/4

FRANK LAMPARD TO START ENGLAND’S FIRST GAME AT THE EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: 6/4 yes; 1/2 no

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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