Money-Back Special – Euro 2012 Qualifiers MBS

England v Switzerland – Sat 4.45pm
Macedonia v Ireland – Sat 8.30pm
If Frank Lampard or Robbie Keane scores the last goal in their respective games, Paddy Power will refund all losing 1st /last goalscorer, correct score & scorecast singles on that match.
Conditions

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At The Double! Blackpool And Birmingham, You’re Down!

**********************William Hill PREMIER LEAGUE RELEGATION SPECIALS****************

AT THE DOUBLE! BLACKPOOL AND BIRMINGHAM, YOU’RE DOWN!
William Hill have opened a book on which TWO Premier League sides will be relegated – and make Blackpool and Birmingham their 11/10 favourites for the double drop with
a Blackburn-Wolves pairing the 100/1 outsiders. ‘There is enormous interest in the outcome of the relegation scrap so we’ve created a market allowing punters to bet on BOTH of the unfortunate sides who will play in the Championship next season’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills OFFER 8/15 THAT AT LEAST ONE OF THE RELEGATION SPOTS WILL BE DECIDED ON GOAL DIFFERENCE.
Hills have also opened markets on how many of the five relegation-threatened sides will win at the weekend (8/11 ONLY ONE OF THEM DOES SO), which of them will score the most goals (2/1 WOLVES) and which of the games involving them will be the highest scoring match (7/4 MAN U-BLACKPOOL):

William Hill…Relegation Doubles:
Blackpool/Birmingham11/10
Wigan/Blackpool5/4
Wigan/Birmingham7/4
Blackpool/Wolves11/1
Wigan/Wolves14/1
Blackpool/Blackburn16/1
Birmingham/Blackburn20/1
Wigan/Blackburn20/1
Birmingham/Wolves22/1
Blackburn/Wolves100/1

Hills – RELEGATION/STAY UP ODDS…..1/3 Blackpool (9/4); 8/13 Birmingham (6/5); 8/11 Wigan (Evens); 8/1 Wolves (1/20); 12/1 Blackburn. (1/50)

Hills…Highest Scoring ‘Relegation’ Match
Man Utd v Blackpool7/4
Tottenham v Birmingham9/4
Stoke v Wigan5/2
Wolves v Blackburn10/3
Win only. Dead heat rules apply.

Hills…Highest Scoring Relegation Threatened Team
Wolves2/1
Wigan5/2
Blackburn7/2
Blackpool5/1
Birmingham6/1
Win only. Dead heat rules apply.

HOW MANY POINTS WILL 17TH PLACE TEAM HAVE
39…………11/2
40…………..4/7
41……………11/4
42………………..8/1

Team to be relegated on goal difference – 8/15…..11/8 not.

How Many Relegation Candidates Will Win?
0……….9/2
1………..8/11
2……………11/10
3………….6/1
4…………50/1
Teams are Wigan, Blackpool, Birmingham, Wolves & Blackburn.

Further information…..graham sharpe….0780 3233702

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Are Blackpool Going Holl-the-way Down?

Ian Holloway’s Blackpool are the 15/8 favourites to finish bottom of the Premier League with William Hill and as short as 4/11 to be relegated. Wolves, who were hammered 3-0 by Stoke on Tuesday night, are 4/6 to be relegated and 4/1 to finish bottom of the Premier League pile.

Hills are offering 8/5 that the three sides beginning with ‘W’ get relegated and 40/1 that the three teams beginning with ‘B’ are relegated this season.

‘We recently took a €30,000 bet on the Tangerines going down. It looked like a brave bet at the time, but you understand why he stuck his neck out,’ said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly, ‘ Blackpool have lost 10 of their last 15 games in the league and they now sit perilously close to the drop zone.’

8/5 3 W’s to be relegated this season (West Ham, Wolves, Wigan)
40/1 3 B’s to be relegated this season (Blackburn, Blackpool, Birmingham)

Current Bottom three to be relegated: 8/5

Finish Bottom: 15/8 Blackpool; 2/1 West Ham; 7/2 Wigan; 4/1 Wolves; 10/1 Blackburn

Relegation: 4/11 Blackpool; 2/5 West Ham; 8/15 Wigan; 4/6 Wolves; 6/4 Blackburn; 10/1 Birmingham

Further Information…Joe Crilly…0208 918 3746 / 07850 518 164

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William Hill Champions Leaue Specials

*************************************William Hill CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SPECIALS*********************************

THEY THINK IT’S ALL OVER – ER, PERHAPS IT ISN’T!

WITH ALL four of the Champions League quarter finals producing positive results, William Hill have opened a book on how many of the four teams who are trailing from the first leg will be able to overturn the deficit and progress to the semis – but think it is a big odds-on shot that none will be able to, and make that option 1/3 favourite. ‘Cup competitions are famous for upset results and for those who think that there is still a chance of upsets in the 2nd legs we are letting them bet on how many turn-rounds there will be’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

How Many Teams Will Overturn 1st Leg Deficit?
None 1/3
One 9/4
Two + 40/1

Will Any Of The Ties Go To Extra Time?
No 4/11
Yes 2/1

5/4 Man U……21/10 DRAW…..Chelsea 12/5 (90m)…To progress….2/7 Man U; 5/2 Chelsea
Both teams score in 90m – Evens yes; 8/11 no;……Total goals in 90m – 1 or less 7/4 – two or more 2/5….Man U score both halves 3/1, Chelsea likewise 9/2.
Win to nil in 90m – 21/10 Man U; 16/5 Chelsea………Clean sheet – 13/10 Man U; 15/8 Chelsea
To win tie on penalty shoot out – 22/1 Man U; 22/1 Chelsea…To win in extra time – 20/1 Man U; 28/1 Chelsea

11/5 Schalke; 11/5 draw; Barcelona 5/4 (90m)..to progress- 1/200 Barca; 25/1 Schalke.
2/1 Barca score both halves.

TORRES FOR THE CHOP?

William Hill offer 10/3 that Torres will either have been sold or sent out on loan on the first day of next season as his run of goalless games becomes even longer. ‘He’s 11/2 not to score for the rest of the season, and even if he gets just one or two goals it is difficult to see how he can be regarded as a success unless those goals come in the Champions League final’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills make Torres 1/5 still to be at Stamford Bridge on the first day of next season.

TORRES ‘NO CHELSEA GOALS THIS SEASON’ ODDS SLASHED!

TORRES has been cut from 8/1 to 11/2 NOT to score for Chelsea this season by William Hill who make him 4/1 NOT tos core in any of his next five games, after yet another blank afternoon.’Chelsea must be checking the receipt they got when Torres signed from Liverpool to see whether they can take him back for a refund’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. ‘Non Chelsea fans have been happily cleaning up on him not scoring and now we have built up a sizeable five figure liability if he doesn;t get one for the rest of the season’.
TORRES IS 40/1 WITH Hills TO SCORE A 90M HAT TRICK V MAN U.

When Will Torres Next Score?
Man Utd [Away CL]…………..5/4
West Brom [Away]……………..2/1
Birmingham [Home]……………10/3
West Ham [Home]………………..5/1
Tottenham [Home]…………………10/1
Not score any of these……………4/1

**Not to score for Chelsea in any competition before the end of the season – 11/2

MAN UTD VS CHELSEA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

First Player To Be Booked ODDS
Paul Scholes 10/1
Nemanja Vidic 10/1
Branislav Ivanovic 11/1
John Terry 11/1
Ramires 12/1
Yuri Zhirkov 12/1
Jose Bosingwa 12/1
Wayne Rooney 12/1
Fabio 12/1
Anderson 12/1
Michael Essien 14/1
Alex 14/1
John Obi Mikel 14/1
Paulo Ferreira 14/1
Darron Gibson 14/1
Darren Fletcher 14/1
Chris Smalling 14/1
Rafael 14/1
Patrice Evra 14/1
Didier Drogba 16/1
Frank Lampard 16/1
Florent Malouda 16/1
Ashley Cole 16/1
Nani 16/1
Park Ji-Sung 16/1
Michael Carrick 16/1
Jonny Evans 16/1
Rio Ferdinand 16/1
Fernando Torres 20/1
Salomon Kalou 20/1
Dimitar Berbatov 20/1
Javier Hernandez 20/1
Ryan Giggs 20/1
Luis Valencia 20/1
Wes Brown 20/1
Yossi Benayoun 25/1
Josh McEachran 25/1
Oliver Gill 25/1
Nicolas Anelka 33/1
Michael Owen 33/1

EW 1/5 1,2,3

MAN UTD VS CHELSEA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

MAN OF THE MATCH ODDS
Wayne Rooney 7/1
Frank Lampard 8/1
Didier Drogba 9/1
Fernando Torres 9/1
Nani 10/1
Dimitar Berbatov 10/1
Ryan Giggs 10/1
Florent Malouda 11/1
Javier Hernandez 11/1
Park Ji-Sung 12/1
Salomon Kalou 12/1
Luis Valencia 12/1
Nicolas Anelka 12/1
Fabio 14/1
Michael Essien 14/1
Darren Fletcher 14/1
Rafael 14/1
Yossi Benayoun 14/1
Paul Scholes 16/1
Ramires 16/1
Anderson 16/1
Michael Carrick 16/1
Michael Owen 16/1
Nemanja Vidic 20/1
John Terry 20/1
John Obi Mikel 20/1
Darron Gibson 20/1
Chris Smalling 20/1
Ashley Cole 20/1
Jonny Evans 20/1
Rio Ferdinand 20/1
Josh McEachran 20/1
Oliver Gill 20/1
Branislav Ivanovic 25/1
Yuri Zhirkov 25/1
Jose Bosingwa 25/1
Alex 25/1
Patrice Evra 25/1
Wes Brown 25/1
Paulo Ferreira 33/1
*Official UEFA M-O-M

Highest Scoring Match
Shakhtar Donetsk v Barcelona 9/4
Tottenham v Real Madrid 9/4
Schalke v Inter Milan 5/2
Man Utd v Chelsea 4/1

WIN ONLY.

Highest Scoring Team
Barcelona 4/1
Real Madrid 4/1
Inter Milan 5/1
Tottenham 11/2
Schalke 6/1
Shakhtar Donetsk 6/1
Man Utd 8/1
Chelsea 9/1
EW 1/5 1,2,3 Dead heat rules apply.

Fastest Scoring Team
Barcelona 9/2
Inter Milan 5/1
Schalke 5/1
Tottenham 11/2
Man Utd 6/1
Real Madrid 6/1
Shakhtar Donetsk 13/2
Chelsea 8/1
EW 1/5 1,2,3 Dead heat rules apply.

TO WIN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE…11/10 Barcelona; 3/1 Real M; 4/1 Man U; 8/1 Chelsea; 12/1 Schalke; 100/1 Inter; 250/1 Spurs; 300/1 Shakhtar
TO TWO CONTEST FINAL…6/4 Barcelona-Man U; 4 Real – Man U; 9/2 Barca-Schalke; 11/2 Barca-Chelsea; 8 Real-Schalke; 12 Real- Chelsea..Others on request
TOP SCORER…4/9 Messi; 6 Eto’o; 9 Ronaldo; 10Anelka; Benzema.

Further information………..graham sharpe….0208 918 3731

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Torres For Chop Villa For Drop Houllier The Flop

TORRES FOR THE CHOP?

William Hill offer 10/3 that Torres will either have been sold or sent out on loan on the first day of next season as his run of goalless games becomes even longer. ‘He’s 11/2 not to score for the rest of the season, and even if he gets just one or two goals it is difficult to see how he can be regarded as a success unless those goals come in the Champions League final’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills make Torres 1/5 still to be at Stamford Bridge on the first day of next season.

VILLA OUT TO 12/1 FOR DROP-BUT HOULLIER STILL UNDER PRESSURE

AFTER their win over Newcastle, Aston Villa are out to 12/1 from 8/1 to be relegated with William Hill who now makwe them 25/1 to finish bottom. ‘That victory has probably killed off lingering doubts about Villa’s survival, but you can’t necessarilly say the same about M Houllier’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe – they make him 6/5 to be gone by the first day of next season, 8/13 still to be in place.

William Hill…TO BE RELEGATED….4/11 Wigan (2/1 stay up); 4/6 Blackpool (11/10); 5/6 West Ham, Wolves (5/6); 2/1 Blackburn; 3/1 Birmingham; 12/1 Villa; 20/1 Sunderland; 25/1 WBA
TO FINISH BOTTOM…2/1 Wigan; 11/4 Blackpool; 4/1 West Ham, Wolves; 8/1 Blackburn; 10/1 Birmingham; 25/1 Villa.

Going down?….
3 ‘W’s 7/2
3 ‘B’s 22/1
3 Midlands Clubs 50/1 (Wolves, Birmingham, Villa, West Brom)

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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William Hill Wekend Premier League Specials

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

WILL THIRTY NINE POINTS BE ENOUGH FOR PREMIER LEAGUE SURVIVAL?

WITH the relegation scrap looking like going right to the end of the season, William Hill have opened a book on how many points the 18th placed side in the table will end the season with – and offer 6/4 that it will be 38 or fewer. ‘Managers in the bottom half of the table are furiously working out how many points they need to be safe – we think 39 should do it’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

W-W-WILL THEY ALL FINISH BOTTOM, INITIALLY?

William Hill offer 11/4 that all three relegated teams this season will begin with a ‘W’, and offer 20/1 that three ‘B’s will go down. ‘Initially, it seemed like a good idea to quote odds about alphabetical relegations!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills….RELEGATION TREBLES
Three W’s – 11/4
Three B’s – 20/1
Three Midlands – 13/2
Three Promoted – 100/1

HOW MANY PTS 18TH PLACE ODDS
Under 39 6/4
40-41 7/4
42 or more 2/1

VILLA are 13/2 to be relegated with Hills who make Wigan 2/5 favourites for the drop (7/4 to stay up) and also offer 5/4 Blackpool; 6/4 West Ham; 13/8 WBA; 7/4 Birmingham; 2/1 Wolves; 2/1 Blackburn.

TO FINISH BOTTOM….5/4 Wigan; 11/2 Blackpool; 6/1 West Ham; 7/1 WBA; 7/1 Wolves; 9/1 Birmingham; 11/1 Blackburn; 16/1 Villa

WILL HOULLIER STILL BE VILLAIN NEXT SEASON?

ASTON VILLA are 11/4 with William Hill to drop into the bottom three after this weekend’s Premier League matches- and Hills make their boss, Gerard Houllier 6/5 to be gone before the start of next season – and 5/1 to be the next manager to go this season. ‘If Houllier thinks he’s under pressure now, he’ll soon realize that matters can get much worse should Villa slip into the relegation zone after this round of games’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills……Aston Villa to be in the bottom 3 after Saturdays Premier League fixtures – 11/4

Hills……HOULLIER STILL VILLA BOSS ON FIRST DAY OF NEXT SEASON 8/13 Yes; 6/5 no

HAVING A TORRES TIME – 6/1 NO PREM GOALS FOR CHESEA THIS SEASON

DESPITE having yet to get off the mark for Chelsea, William Hill believe Fernando Torres will strike more quickly than his other two high profile yet-to-score Premier League rivals Carroll and Dzeko. And Torres is Even money to open his Premier League account against Stoke this weekend, but 6/1 not to score in any of his next five games. ‘Torres is having a torrid time in front of goal but it is hard to see that continuing for much longer’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills…When will Torres score for Chelsea?

Stoke (A)1/1
Man Utd CL (H)4/1
Wigan (H)10/3
Man Utd CL (A)12/1
West Brom (A)9/1
None of these6/1

Must start next game

Hills….Who will score quickest Prem Lg goal?

Torres6/4
Carroll13/8
Dzeko2/1

*Based on round of matches then on minute of match.

TORRES NOT TO SCORE IN PREM LEAGUE FOR CHELSEA THIS SEASON-6/1; CAROLLL NOT TO SCORE IN OPRE LEAGUE FOR LIVERPOOL TIS SEASON – 7/1. (Both must start next games for bets to stand.)

UNITED 14/1 TO STRETCH LEAD TO EIGHT POINTS

MANCHESTER UNITED are 14/1 with Hill to go eight points clear at the top of the table after this round of matches – but are 11/2 to be pegged back to just a two point lead.

MAN UTD PTS CLEAR AFTER ROUND OF FIXTURES
EIGHT 14/1
SEVEN 8/1
SIX 28/1
FIVE 5/6
FOUR 20/1
THREE 10/3
TWO 11/2

PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE ODDS…8/15 Man U; 11/4 Arsenal; 11/2 Chelsea; 50/1 Man City.
TITLE STRAIGHT FORECAST….11/8 United-Arsenal; 11/4 United-Chelsea; 7/2 Arsenal-United; 12 Chelsea-United; 20 Arsenal-Chelsea. Othes on request.
TO FINISH IN TOP FOUR…3/10 Man City; 15/8 Spurs
PREM LEAGUE TOP SCORER…4/5 Berbatov; Evens Tevez; 25 Van Persie. Others on request.

TOP 4 SPECIALS
Fastest Scoring Team
Arsenal 7/4
Man City 11/4
Chelsea 3/1
Man Utd 3/1
Win Only. Dead heat rules apply.

Highest Scoring Team
Arsenal 11/8
Man City 11/4
Chelsea 3/1
Man Utd 10/3
Win Only. Dead heat rules apply.

Highest Scoring Game
Arsenal v Blackburn 2/1
West Ham v Man Utd 11/4
Man City v Sunderland 3/1
Stoke v Chelsea 10/3
Win Only. Dead heat rules apply.

RED CARDS

None 13/2
One 11/5
Two or more 1/2

HAT-TRICK SCORED?

Yes 5/1
No 1/9

HILL’S PREMIER LEAGUE SPECIALS:

Highest Scoring Match
Arsenal v Blackburn 5/1
Fulham v Blackpool 5/1
Everton v Aston Villa 13/2
Newcastle v Wolves 7/1
Stoke v Chelsea 7/1
West Ham v Man Utd 7/1
Wigan v Tottenham 15/2
Man City v Sunderland 8/1
Birmingham v Bolton 9/1
West Brom v Liverpool 10/1
EW 1/5 1,2,3. Dead heat rules apply.

FASTEST SCORING TEAM
Arsenal 6/1
Fulham 8/1
Everton 10/1
Chelsea 14/1
Man City 14/1
Man Utd 14/1
Newcastle 14/1
Tottenham 14/1
Blackpool 16/1
Liverpool 16/1
Birmingham 20/1
Bolton 20/1
West Brom 20/1
West Ham 20/1
Wigan 20/1
Wolves 20/1
Aston Villa 25/1
Blackburn 25/1
Stoke 25/1
Sunderland 25/1
EW 1/4 1,2,3,4. Dead heat rules apply.

HIGHEST SCORING TEAM
Arsenal 4/1
Fulham 13/2
Chelsea 9/1
Man Utd 9/1
Everton 10/1
Newcastle 10/1
Man City 12/1
Tottenham 12/1
Liverpool 14/1
Birmingham 16/1
Bolton 20/1
West Brom 20/1
Wigan 20/1
Aston Villa 25/1
Wolves 25/1
Blackpool 28/1
West Ham 28/1
Stoke 33/1
Blackburn 66/1
Sunderland 66/1
EW 1/4 1,2,3,4. Dead heat rules apply.

Further information….graham sharpe….0208 918 3731

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Will Old Firm Kick Off Again ?

WILL OLD FIRM KICK OFF AGAIN?

William Hill have opened a book on how many red cards will be flourished in the two remaining ‘Old Firm’ games this season – and make NONE a 6/4 chance, with FOUR OR MORE a 9/1 outsider. ‘Given the reaction to the fiery scenes during Wednesday’s match it is reasonable to expect that both sides will be conscious that they need to be on their best behavior in the remaining two matches between them this season’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills….Number of red cards in the final two old firm matches this season

06/4
113/8
24/1
37/1
4 or more9/1

*Extra time counts for this market.

**Any of Walter Smith, Ally McCoist or Neill Lennon to be sent from the dugout to the stands during the final two old firm matches this season: 9/2

Further information…graham sharpe…0208 918 3731

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Old Firm Specials

The Old Firm

TO WIN SPL

Celtic
4/6

Rangers
11/10

CELTIC MULTIPLES

SPL & Scottish Cup
11/4

SPL & CIS Cup
6/4

Scottish Cup & CIS Cup
10/3

SPL, Scottish Cup & CIS Cup
11/2

No Trophies
6/1

RANGERS DOMESTIC MULTIPLES

SPL & Scottish Cup
9/2

SPL & CIS Cup
15/8

Scottish Cup & CIS Cup
4/1

SPL, Scottish Cup & CIS Cup
9/1

No Trophies
11/4

Celtic OR Rangers to Win Treble
3/1

Celtic to Win Any Trophy
1/12

Rangers to Win Any Domestic Trophy
1/4

Celtic and Rangers to win at least one trophy each
1/3

The Old Firm will meet 3 times in the next 28 Days

(SPL Match today, Scottish Cup Replay and CIS Cup Final)

Celtic to Win all 3 games
9/1

Rangers to Win all 3 games
18/1

All 3 games to be a draw
33/1

(90 minutes Only for above bets)

MATCH ODDS

Celtic
11/10

Draw
11/5

Rangers
2/1

HANDICAP BETTING

Celtic (-1)
4/1

Tie
5/2

Rangers (+1)
4/7

Celtic (+1)
2/7

Tie
19/5

Rangers (-1)
13/2

None of the home sides have won an Old Firm match this season

No Home Team to win an Old Firm match this season
7/2

(2 SPL and one Scottish Cup match count for this. 90mins only)

DRAW NO BET

Celtic
8/15

Rangers
11/8

DOUBLE CHANCE

Celtic or Draw
3/10

Rangers or Draw
8/13

Celtic or Rangers
1/4

WILL BOTH TEAMS SCORE

Yes
4/5

No
19/20

Celtic have failed to win in 2 of the last 3 matches against

Rangers at home when they scored first.

TO SCORE FIRST AND NOT WIN

Celtic
11/4

Rangers
9/4

COME FROM BEHIND AND WIN

Celtic
8/1

Rangers
11/1

COME FROM BEHIND AND DRAW

Celtic
15/2

Rangers
15/2

COME FROM BEHIND AND WIN OR DRAW

Celtic
4/1

Rangers
5/1

LEAD AT HALF TIME AND NOT WIN

Celtic
10/1

Rangers
9/1

In the last 5 Old Firm games there has been either a

penalty or a red card in each one

PENALTY AWARDED IN MATCH

Yes
9/4

No
1/3

PENALTY AWARDED AND SCORED
11/4

PENALTY AWARDED AND MISSED
10/1

RED CARD SHOWN IN MATCH

Yes
13/10

No
4/7

WHAT WILL HAPPEN FIRST

Goal
8/15

Full Time
11/4

Penalty Awarded
8/1

Red Card
8/1

All eyes will be on Scott Brown and El Hadji Diouf as

they go head to head after their verbal spat in the press

Scott Brown to Score
7/1

El Hadji Diouf to Score
5/1

Scott Brown to be booked
13/8

El Hadji Diouf to be booked
15/8

Scott Brown to be Sent Off
13/2

El Hadji Diouf to be Sent Off
13/2

Brown to be booked or Sent Off for a foul on Diouf
3/1

Diouf to be booked or Sent off for a foul on Brown
7/2

GOALS GOALS GOALS

In 5 of the last 7 games at Celtic Park – Celtic opened

the scoring

TO SCORE FIRST GOAL

Celtic
3/4

Rangers
5/4

No Goal
15/2

The away team in this fixture has scored at least 2 goals

on every occasion this season

TOTAL RANGERS GOALS

None
29/20

One
11/8

Two
10/3

Three
10/1

Four Or More
28/1

Celtic have only failed to score once in their last seven

matches against Rangers

TOTAL CELTIC GOALS

None
23/10

One
6/4

Two
13/5

Three
13/2

Four Or More
14/1

GOALSCORER MATCH BETS

Gary Hooper
5/6

Nikica Jelavic
5/6

Anthony Stokes
8/13

David Healy
6/5

Georgios Samaras
8/11

Kyle Lafferty
EVS

Kris Commons
8/13

Steven Naismith
6/5

Scott Brown
5/4

El Hadji Diouf
4/7

Both players must start or Match Bets Void

Tie = Void bet

No-one has scored a Hat-trick in an Old Firm game since

Ally McCoist in 1983/84. The last Hat-trick in an Old Firm

League match was Stevie Chalmers in 1966

Any player to score a Hat-trick in todays match
20/1

Any Substitute to Score the Winner
5/1

(Winner classed as last goal in match for Winning Side)

TO SCORE IN BOTH HALVES

Celtic
12/5

Rangers
15/4

TO KEEP A CLEAN SHEET

Celtic
29/20

Rangers
23/10

TO WIN TO NIL

Celtic
21/10

Rangers
15/4

FIRST GOAL TO BE AN OWN GOAL

Yes
14/1

No
1/20

No Goal
15/2

HIGHEST SCORING HALF

First Half
11/5

Draw
12/5

Second Half
19/20

HALF OF FIRST GOAL

First Half
2/5

Second Half
23/10

No Goal
15/2

TOTAL MATCH GOALS

None
15/2

One
16/5

Two
23/10

Three
3/1

Four
11/2

Five
11/1

Six Or More
14/1

TIME OF FIRST GOAL

1st to 15th Minute
11/5

16th to 30th Minute
16/5

31st Minute to Half Time
4/1

46th to 60th Minute
6/1

61st Minute to 75th Minute
17/2

76th Minute to Full Time
10/1

No Goal
15/2

TIME OF FIRST GOAL OVER/UNDER

Up to and Including 30th Minute
17/20

31st Minute and Over
11/10

Up to and Including Half Time
2/5

46th Minute and Over
23/10

Up to and including 60th Minute
1/5

61st Minute and Over
5/1

All above Markets NO GOAL – 15/2

TIMECAST

Celtic Score 1st and 1st Goal up to and Including 30th min
21/10

Celtic Score 1st and 1st Goal after 31 minutes
12/5

Rangers Score 1st and 1st Goal up to and including 30th min
14/5

Rangers Score 1st and 1st Goal after 31 minutes
16/5

PLAY YOUR CARDS RIGHT

FIRST PLAYER TO RECEIVE A CARD

El Hadji Diouf
8/1

Madjid Bougherra
8/1

Steven Naismith
8/1

Scott Brown
9/1

Daniel Majstorovic
10/1

David Weir
10/1

Kyle Bartley
12/1

Kyle Lafferty
12/1

Mark Wilson
12/1

Anthony Stokes
14/1

Georgios Samaras
14/1

Biram Kayal
16/1

David Healy
16/1

Nikica Jelavic
16/1

Sasa Papac
16/1

Steven Whittaker
16/1

Vladimir Weiss
16/1

Charlie Mulgrew
20/1

Fraser Forster
20/1

Joe Ledley
20/1

Ki Sung-Yeung
20/1

Richard Foster
20/1

Allan McGregor
25/1

Daryl Murphy
25/1

Efrain Juarez
25/1

Emilio Izaguirre
25/1

Gary Hooper
25/1

Jamie Ness
25/1

John Fleck
25/1

Kris Commons
25/1

Maurice Edu
25/1

Niall McGinn
25/1

Paddy McCourt
25/1

Richard Foster
25/1

Steven Davis
25/1

Thomas Rogne
25/1

Cha Du-Ri
33/1

Freddie Ljungberg
33/1

No Card in Match
14/1

TIME OF FIRST CARD

1st to 15th Minute
2/1

16th to 30th Minute
5/4

31st Minute to Half Time
3/1

46th to 60th Minute
11/1

61st to 75th Minute
18/1

76th Minute to Full Time
28/1

No Card
14/1

FIRST CARD

Celtic
6/5

Rangers
4/6

No Card
14/1

FIRST HALF CARDS

Under 2
9/5

2 – 3
21/20

Over 3
11/4

SECOND HALF CARDS

Under 2
11/2

2 – 3
9/5

Over 3
4/6

TOTAL CELTIC CARDS

Under 2
5/2

2 – 3
11/10

Over 3
19/10

TOTAL RANGERS CARDS

Under 2
9/2

2 – 3
6/4

Over 3
17/20

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Punters Back ‘big Four’ Bosses To Go Quickly

PUNTERS BACK ‘BIG FOUR’ BOSSES TO GO QUICKLY
William Hill have halved their odds for the four Premier League manager currently most under pressure – Carlo Ancelotti, Avram Grant, Roy Hodgson and Gerard Houllier – all to leave their jobs before they next play a Premier League match, from 33/1 to 16/1. ‘Punters believe that all four are highly vulnerable and that it is a decent value bet that none of them will see another Premier League game in charge of their current club’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill BIG FOUR BOSS SPECIAL……..
All four still managers when next Prem games played…….. 7/4
One manager gone ……………………………………………….13/8
Two managers gone ………………………………………………10/3
Three managers gone ……………………………………………..6/1
All four no longer managers ………………………………………16/1

William Hill…NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO….4/7 Hodgson; 9/4 Ancelotti; 7/2 Grant; 13/2 Houllier; 9 Hughes; 16 McCarthy. Others on request.

Further information…graham sharpe…0208 918 3731.

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William Hill S P L Specials

Celtic v Rangers –

To Win All 4 Old Firm SPL Ties

Celtic
33/1

Rangers
33/1

All 4 Old Firm SPL ties to be drawn
80/1

Number of Celtc Points in Old Firm Games

12
33/1

8 – 11
9/4

4 – 7
8/11

1 – 3
9/2

None
33/1

Number of Rangers Points in Old Firm Games

12
33/1

8 – 11
9/4

4 – 7
8/11

1 – 3
9/2

None
33/1

Celtic to remain unbeaten all season in SPL
14/1

Rangers to remain unbeaten all season in SPL
14/1

Both Celtic and Rangers to remain unbeaten all season in SPL
250/1

Helicopter Sunday

Already at this stage the season looks like going down to the wire

Title to be decided on Final day of Season
2/1

Match Odds

Celtic
5/4

Draw
21/10

Rangers
9/5

Handicap Odds

Celtic (-1)
9/2

Tie
23/10

Rangers (+1)
4/7

Celtic (+1)
3/10

Tie
15/4

Rangers (-1)
11/2

Draw No Bet

Celtic
6/10

Rangers
5/4

Double Chance

Celtic or Draw
2/7

Rangers or Draw
4/9

Celtic or Rangers
2/9

To Win to Nil

Celtic
3/1

Rangers
9/2

To Score in Both Halves

Celtic
11/4

Rangers
4/1

Margin of Victory

Celtic By 1 Goal
11/4

Celtic By 2 Goals
11/2

Celtic By 3 Goals
14/1

Celtic By 4 or more Goals
25/1

Draw
21/10

Rangers By 1 Goal
7/2

Rangers By 2 Goals
8/1

Rangers By 3 Goals
20/1

Rangers By 4 or more Goals
40/1

Come From Behind And Win

Celtic
17/2

Rangers
11/1

Come From Behind And Draw

Celtic
15/2

Rangers
15/2

Come From Behind And Win or Draw

Celtic
4/1

Rangers
9/2

Lead At Half Time And Not Win

Celtic
9/1

Rangers
9/1

“GOAL”

How many goals will Celtic score?

None
23/10

One
6/4

Two
13/5

Three
13/2

Four or More
14/1

How many goals will Rangers score?

None
13/8

One
11/8

Two
16/5

Three
9/1

Four or More
25/1

Will Both Teams Score?

YES
8/11

NO
EVS

How many Goals will be scored in the match?

Under 2 Goals
2/1

Exactly 2 Goals
12/5

Over 2 Goals
EVS

To Keep a Clean Sheet

Celtic
13/8

Rangers
23/10

Who Will Score the First Goal

Celtic
4/5

Rangers
6/5

No Goal
7/1

Who will Score the Last Goal

Celtic
4/5

Rangers
6/5

No Goal
7/1

Teams to Score

Celtic Only
11/4

Rangers Only
4/1

Both Teams
8/11

Neither Team
7/1

Will there be an Own Goal Scored

YES
8/1

NO
1/20

No-one has scored a Hat-trick in an Old Firm game since Ally McCoist in 1983/84

The last Hat-trick in an Old Firm League match was Stevie Chalmers in 1966

Any player to score a Hat-trick in todays match
12/1

Can’t Decide who’ll score first?

First Goalscorers (Coupled)

Gary Hooper or Kenny Miller to score first
12/5

Gary Hooper or Georgios Samaras to score first
12/5

Gary Hooper or Steven Naismith to score first
3/1

Gary Hooper or Shaun Maloney to score first
3/1

Kenny Miller or Georgios Samaras to score first
5/2

Kenny Miller or Steven Naismith to score first
16/5

Kenny Miller or Shaun Maloney to score first
16/5

Anytime Goalscores Doubled

Gary Hooper and Kenny Miller to score at anytime
6/1

Gary Hooper and Georgios Samaras to score at anytime
6/1

Kenny Miller and Steven Naismith to score at anytime
11/1

Anytime Wincast

Gary Hooper to score at anytime and Celtic to win
5/2

Georgios Samaras to score at anytime and Celtic to win
3/1

Anthony Stokes to score at anytime and Celtic to win
16/5

Shaun Maloney to score at anytime and Celtic to win
11/2

Paddy McCourt to score at anytime and Celtic to win
11/2

Kenny Miller to score at anytime and Rangers to win
17/5

Kyle Lafferty to score at anytime and Rangers to win
19/5

Vladimir Weiss to score at anytime and Rangers to win
9/1

Steven Davis to score at anytime and Rangers to win
11/1

Maurice Edu to score at anytime and Rangers to win
12/1

Which Player will receive the First Card in the match?

Glenn Loovens
10/1

Kirk Broadfoot
10/1

Kyle Lafferty
10/1

Madjid Bougherra
10/1

Anthony Stokes
12/1

Daniel Majstorovic
12/1

Mark Wilson
12/1

Maurice Edu
12/1

Richard Foster
12/1

Sasa Papac
12/1

Steven Whittaker
12/1

Allan McGregor
14/1

David Weir
14/1

Emilio Izaguirre
14/1

Erfain Juarez
14/1

Joe Ledley
14/1

Mark Crosas
14/1

Steven Davis
14/1

Andy Webster
16/1

Georgios Samaras
16/1

Steven Naismith
16/1

Gary Hooper
20/1

Kenny Miller
20/1

Shaun Maloney
20/1

Vladimir Weiss
22/1

Cha Du-Ri
25/1

Daryl Murphy
25/1

Niall McGinn
25/1

Paddy McCourt
25/1

Sung-Yong Ki
25/1

Fraser Foster
33/1

No Card in Match
12/1

TO WIN SPL TITLE – 4/5 Celtic; 10/11 Rangers
Further information….graham sharpe….0780 3233702

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