Will Swan Have Liverpool Singing Songs? 1/2 To Finish Higher Than Last Season.

Liverpool’s long and protracted search for a manager finally came to an end as Brendan Rodgers was named as Kenny Dalglish’s successor and William Hill think that he will fare better than Roy Hodgson by at least finishing a season, offered at 1/4 (11/4 he is given the chop before then). At least he does not have too much to better as Liverpool slumped to eighth position and Hills offer 1/2 that they finish seventh or better. He is 12/1 to win the LMA Manager of the Year.

“Rodgers found a winning formula while in South Wales and it could be argued that he has better players at his disposal,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “Liverpool fans could be forgiven for getting excited about this appointment.”

Rodgers and his Swansea side last season defied pre-season predictions that they would be relegated and did so with a formula of patient, passing build up and Hills have opened a market on some of his former players joining him at Anfield. Gylfi Sigurdsson is 9/4 to join the Reds, while Scott Sinclair is 7/2. Leon Brtton and Ashley Williams are both 6/1 and Danny Graham is 7/1.

Rodgers will leave a very big hole in South Wales and William Hill make Ian Holloway the Even money favourite to replace him with Gus Poyet 2/1.

Paul Lambert looks like he could be on his way out of Carrow Road although the fact that his resignation has been rejected has muddied the waters somewhat. As things stand, Chris Hughton is the 5/4 favourite with Malky Mackay 2/1 and Steve Bruce 7/2.

Brendan Rodgers to last the season: 1/4 yes; 11/4 no

Will Liverpool finish higher or lower than they did in 2011/12: 1/2 finish higher; 13/8 finish lower; 8/1 finish eighth

Who will sign for Liverpool:
G. Sigurdsson: 1/3 no; 9/4 yes
S. Sinclair: 1/6 no; 7/2 yes
L. Britton: 1/12 no; 6/1 yes
A. Williams: 1/12 no; 6/1 yes
D. Graham: 1/16 no; 7/1 yes

Next permanent Swansea manager: 1/1 Ian Holloway; 2/1 Gus Poyet; 5/1 Dave Jones; 12/1 Alan Curbishley; 14/1 Chris Hughton; 14/1 Colin Pascoe; 14/1 Lee Clark; 16/1 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer; 16/1 Michael Laudrup; 16/1 Roberto Martinez; 16/1 Steve Bruce; 16/1 Alan Curtis; 20/1 BAR

Next permanent Norwich manager: 5/4 Chris Hughton; 2/1 Malky Mackay; 7/2 Steve Bruce; 10/1 Alan Curbishley; 10/1 Ian Culverhouse; 11/1 Gus Poyet; 11/1 Roberto Martinez; 11/1 Lee Clark; 12/1 Ole Gunnar Solksjaer; 14/1 Gianfranco Zola; 14/1 Ian Holloway; 16/1 Mick McCarthy; 20/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
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Rafa’s Return ?

RETURN OF RAFA? BET ON IT

FORMER Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has been installed as 2/1 favourite to succeed Kenny Dalglish by William Hill, who make Wigan’s Roberto Martinez their 5/2 second favourite. Everton boss David Moyes is a 40/1 chance to switch Mersey-sides, with current player Jamie Carragher a 50/1 shot to replace departing Dalglish. ‘Rafa has the credentials but how keen would the Anfield faithful be to welcome him back?’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill Next PermanentLiverpool Manager: 2/1 Rafael Benitez; 5/2 Roberto Martinez; 9/2 Frank Rijkaard; 8/1 Steve Clarke; 10/1 Paul Lambert; 11/1 Brendan Rogers; 12/1 Fabio Capello; 14/1 Andre Villas-Boas; 16/1 Martin O’Neill; 16/1 Jose Mourinho; 16/1 Carlo Ancelotti; 20/1 Didier Deschamps; 20/1 Marcelo Lippi; 20/1 Jurgen Klinsmann, 25/1 Guus Hiddink; 25/1 Martin Jol; 25/1 Gus Poyet; 25/1 Pep Guardiola, 25/1 Claudio Ranieri; 25/1 Lauren Blanc; 25/1 Louis van Gaal; 33/1 joachim Low; 40/1 Owen Coyle, 40/1 Sven Goran Eriksson; 40/1 David Moyes 50/1 Jamie Carragher; 150/1 Steven Gerrard

WHAT WILL LIVERPOOL WIN NEXT SEASON?….125/1 Prem; 8/1 FA Cup; 6/1 Carling Cup; 11/1 Europa League.

LIVERPOOL TO WIN NOTHING NEXT SEASON?….2/9…TO WIN ALL 4 TROPHIES – 2500/1.

NEXT PERMANENT LIVERPOOL MANAGER TO WIN LMA MANAGER OF YEAR NEXT SEASON – 10/1

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702
twitter- @sharpeangle

Martinez 5/2 To Take The Crown From King Kenny

It appears likely that Kenny Dalglish will step down as manager of Liverpool today and William Hill make in-demand Wigan boss, Roberto Martinez, the 5/2 favourite to be the next boss at Anfield. Dalglish’s number two, Steve Clarke is 4/1 with Hills who also offer 5/1 Benitez, 7/1 Brendan Rodgers; 12/1 Martin O’Neill, 14/1 Andre Villas Boas and 16/1 about both Mourinho and Carlos Ancelotti.

“Despite his second stint in charge of Liverpool not quite being as successful as his first, he still remains a legend in Liverpool and his boots will be very big ones to fill,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Next Liverpool Manager: 5/2 Roberto Martinez; 4/1 Steve Clarke; 5/1 Rafael Benitez; 7/1 Brendan Rodgers; 12/1 Martin O’Neill; 14/1 Andre Villas-Boas; 16/1 Jose Mourinho; 16/1 Carlo Ancelotti; 20/1 Didier Deschamps; 20/1 Marcello Lippi; 20/1 Jurgen Klinsmann; 20/1 Paul Lambert; 25/1 BAR

RUDDY HELL! JOHN BACKED TO BE ON PLANE TO POLAND

John Ruddy, the Norwich City goalkeeper, has been backed in from 5/1 to 1/5 to make the England squad with Scott Carson’s price going the other way from 10/11 to 2/1 and David Stockdale’s going from 10/11 to 4/1.

“John Ruddy had a fantastic season, at some points singlehandedly keeping Norwich in matches and there has been quite a clamour in the last 24 hours to back him for a deserved England call up,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

With Scott Parker struggling with injury, William Hill have also cut his odds of not going to the Euros from 12/1 to 7/2. Paul Scholes could be the man to profit if Scott Parker does not make the squad, with Hills making him 6/4 for a sensational return to the England fold (1/2 he is not). Regardless of whether he makes the England squad, Scholes is 5/2 to start the game against France at the Euros (he is 2/7 not to).

CHAMPIONS SET TO GO OUT ROBIN & RAID ARSENAL AGAIN!

Manchester City have earmarked Robin van Persie as their number one summer target and William Hill offer 8/11 that the current Premier League Player of the Year has left Arsenal by the start of next season (Even money he is still there).

William Hill are offering 6/4 that Joey Barton’s ban, stemming from his incredible lack of self control against Manchester City, is 12 or more games (1/2 it is shorter).

“We were originally offering 5/6 that Joey’s ban would be shorter than eight games, but that was backed off the boards and so we had to bump up the number of games to 12,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
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Kenny Backed To Stay After Liverpool Bounce Back

Liverpool strolled to victory against Chelsea just days after defeat in the FA Cup Final and will somewhat appease the Liverpool fans after what has been a disappointing season. Kenny Dalglish may have bought himself some time and William Hill now make him 4/7 (from 5/6) that he is in charge of Liverpool come the first game of next season.

“Liverpool’s fans will rightly be disappointed with their side’s season, but a comprehensive victory against the Champions League finalists has bookended a torrid season and set fans thinking that Kenny may well be the man to lead them to glory in 2012/13,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Andy Carroll continued his recent fine form, with just a goal missing from his performance against Chelsea and Hills offer 5/6 that he is on the England plane for the Euros (5/6 he is not).

Chelsea’s capitulation means that they are out of the running for the top four and Hills are now betting on who will finish third and fouth in the league, with Arsenal 4/9 to finish in third and Tottenham 1/2 to finish in fourth.

Who will finish third: 4/9 Arsenal; 7/4 Tottenham; 33/1 Newcastle

Who will finish fourth: 1/2 Tottenham; 2/1 Arsenal; 7/1 Newcastle

Kenny Dalglish to still be in his current position on first day of 2012/13 Premiership season: 4/7 yes, 5/4 no

Andy Carroll to be in the final Euro 2012 England squad: 5/6 yes, 5/6 no

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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William Hill Press Office; Greenside House; 50 Station Road; Wood Green; London; N22 7TP

Liverpool Versus Chelsea Rematch Odds

LIVERPOOL – CHELSEA REMATCH……

William Hill offer 125/1 that Andy Carroll will score the last goal in a 2-1 win for Chelsea at Anfield in Tuesday’s Premier League re-match of Saturday’s FA Cup Final.
Hills offer 5/6 that Kenny Dalglish will still be Liverpool boss on day one of next season, 5/6 that he will not while Roberto di Matteo is 4/7 still to be Chelsea boss on day one, 5/4 not to.

90m odds…7/5 Liverpool; 23/10 draw; Chelsea 19/10

Andy Carroll to……

Score with header – 6/1
Score outside box – 13/2
ReceiveYellow card – 2/1
Receive Red card – 20/1
To finish if he starts – 6/5,…. 8/13 subbed (Bets void if doesn’t start)
Carroll to score at any time and Chelsea to win – 19/5
Repeat of Final Carroll to score last goal in Chelsea 2-1 win – 120/1

NEXT PERMANENT LIVERPOOL MANAGER – 5/1 Benitez; Mourinho; O’Neill; 8/1 AVB; 10/1 Carragher; Brendan Rodgers; 12/1 Guardiola.Others on request.

NEXT PERMANENT CHELSEA MANAGER – 4/7 RDM; 11/2 Guardiola; Mourinho; 10 Benitez; Blanc;Capello;Redknapp. Others on request.

Further information……graham sharpe…07803233702
twitter- @sharpeangle

Fa Cup Woe For Liverpool Could Spell The End For Kenny

Fernando Torres failed to play a single minute in the FA Cup Final but William Hill make him 5/4 to start the Champions League Final (4/7 not to). He is 11/4 to score at anytime in the game, although Hills are also offering 3/1 that he plays any part of the match and scores (no void bet if he does not score). Torres is 9/4 to have left Chelsea by the start of next season (1/3 he is still there).

Despite two Cup finals thisseason, Liverpool have underperformed in the League and Kenny Dalglish is just 5/6 to have left Liverpool by the start of next season.

“The FA Cup was a real marker in the immediate futures of both Dalglish and Di Matteo,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “While Di Matteo looks set for the Chelsea job now, Dalglish, it seems could be gone in the summer.”

Torres in Champions League:

5/4 to start
3/1 to play a part at any point (in 90 minutes) and scores

Torres to be at Chelsea on first day of next season: 9/4 yes; 1/3 no

Dalglish to be at Liverpool on the first day of next season: 5/6 yes; 5/6 no

Next Chelsea manager: 4/7 Roberto Di Matteo; 11/2 Jose Mourinho; 11/2 Pep Guardiola; 10/1 BAR

FA CUP 2012/2013
Man City 9/2
Man Utd 11/2
Arsenal 7/1
Chelsea 7/1
Tottenham 7/1
Liverpool 10/1
Everton 20/1
Newcastle 20/1
Fulham 25/1
Sunderland 25/1
Stoke 33/1
Aston Villa 40/1
Swansea 50/1
West Brom 50/1
Norwich 66/1
Reading 80/1
Southampton 80/1
Others on request

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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2012 Fa Cup Is Over…roll On 2013 – Di Matteo 4/7 To Still Be In Charge Next Season

Chelsea won the FA Cup 2012 and William Hill make them 7/1 joint third favourites to win next season’s competition behind the two Manchester sides, with Liverpool 10/1 to do so. Roberto Di Matteo’s interview for the Chelsea job appears to be going swimmingly and William Hill make the Italian 4/7 to be in charge of the club on the first day of next season (5/4 he is not). On the other side of the manager’s technical area, Kenny Dalglish has not had the best of times and he is 5/6 to have left Liverpool by the start of next season (5/6 to still be there).

“Di Matteo has turned the fortunes of Chelsea around and whatever the result in Germany, we think that he will still be manager next season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Fernando Torres failed to play a single minute of the final and Hills make him 9/4 to have left Chelsea by the start of next season. Andy Carroll started the match on the bench but came on and bossed the forward line for Liverpool and he is 8/15 to still be at Liverpool come the start of next season.

A potentially contentious decision saw Andy Carroll’s header saved by Petr Cech with it unsure as to whether the ball had crossed the line and Hills offer 9/4 that goal-line technology is introduced in England by the first game of next season (1/3 that it is not).

Chelsea FA Cup Stage of Elimination
3rd Round 5/1
4th Round 9/2
Fifth Round 4/1
Quarter Finals 7/2
Semi Finals 6/1
Runner Up 7/1
Winner 7/1

Liverpool FA Cup Stage of Elimination
3rd Round 4/1
4th Round 4/1
Fifth Round 10/3
Quarter Finals 5/1
Semi Finals 13/2
Runner Up 10/1
Winner 10/1

FA CUP 2012/2013
Man City 9/2
Man Utd 11/2
Arsenal 7/1
Chelsea 7/1
Tottenham 7/1
Liverpool 10/1
Everton 20/1
Newcastle 20/1
Fulham 25/1
Sunderland 25/1
Stoke 33/1
Aston Villa 40/1
Swansea 50/1
West Brom 50/1
Norwich 66/1
Reading 80/1
Southampton 80/1
Others on request

Di Matteo still Chelsea manager 1st day next season?
Yes – 4/7
No – 5/4

Kenny Dalglish still Liverpool manager 1st day next season?
Yes – 5/6
No – 5/6

Goal-line tech to be introduced by 1st day of 2012/13 season?
Yes – 9/4
No – 1/3

Joe Crilly: William Hill Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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You Bet Cup Final Can Outdo Manc Derby

YOU BET CUP FINAL CAN OUTDO MANC DERBY!

William Hill are predicting that the FA Cup Final will produce a bigger betting turnover than the crucial Manchester City v Manchester United Premier League title showdown game earlier this week. ‘Some £20m was gambled on the Manchester derby, but with a north versus south clash in the Cup Final and with both managers battling to secure their futures at the clubs we are anticipating a betting bonanza exceeding that total’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Chelsea are favourites to lift the trophy, at 4/6 with William Hill who offer Liverpool at 5/4; while Chelsea are 15/4 to win both the Cup and the Champions League (9/4 to win neither). Defeat at Wembley could spell the end of Kenny Dalglish’s current reign at Liverpool and he is 8/11 with Hills not to be in charge at the start of next season, and Even money still to be in place. ‘Liverpool’s unimpressive League position could well outweigh the achievement of winning the Carling Cup, but Kenny would have a much stronger case to continue in the job if he adds the FA Cup’ said Sharpe.
Roberto Di Matteo has won admirers with the way he has steadied the Chelsea ship since he took over on a temporary basis, and Hills now make him 8/11 still to hold the role at the start of next season, although other contenders include 11/2 joint second favourites Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, while Fabio Capello has suggested he would like to manage in the Premier League and has been made 9/1 joint fourth favourite for the Chelsea job – and 5/2 to be managing any Prem side by the start of next season.

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FA CUP FINAL – 90M PLAY – 13/10 Chelsea; 9/4 draw; Liverpool 11/5
Match to go to penalties- 6/1
Chelsea win in extra time- 9/1…..Chelsea win on penalties – 10/1
Liverpool win in extra time – 11/1…Liverpool win on penalties – 10/1
Penalty awarded in 90m – 10/3 yes; 1/5no
Both sides score in 90m – 10/11 yes; 10/11 no
Drogba score, Chelsea win (90m) – 5/1
Suarez score, Liverpool win(90m) – 5/1
Goals scored in 90m – 2/1 one or nil; 4/11 two or more
Win both halves – 13/2 Chelsea; 17/2 Liverpool
Come from behind to win in 90m- 9/1 Chelsea; 11/1 Liverpool
Goal in or before 15th min – 9/4
TO LIFT TROPHY – 4/6 Chelsea; Liverpool 5/4
TO WIN FA CUP/CHAMPIONS LEAGUE – 15/4 Chelsea….TO WIN NEITHER – 9/4

To be sent off during Cup Final- ODDS
Luis Suarez 14/1
Steven Gerrard 14/1
Fernando Torres 14/1
Craig Bellamy 14/1
John Terry 14/1
Raul Meireles 14/1
Didier Drogba 16/1
Pepe Reina 16/1
Petr Cech 16/1
Ashley Cole 16/1
David Luiz 16/1
Branislav Ivanovic 16/1
Daniel Agger 16/1
Gary Cahill 16/1
Glen Johnson 16/1
Jamie Carragher 16/1
Martin Skrtel 16/1
Michael Essien 16/1
Jay Spearing 16/1
John Obi Mikel 16/1
John Flanagan 16/1
Oriol Romeu 16/1
Paulo Ferreira 16/1
Frank Lampard 20/1
Andy Carroll 20/1
Ramires 20/1
Dirk Kuyt 20/1
Daniel Sturridge 20/1
Florent Malouda 20/1
Stewart Downing 20/1
Jordan Henderson 20/1
Jose Enrique 20/1
Jonjo Shelvey 20/1
Jose Bosingwa 20/1
Martin Kelly 20/1
Sebastian Coates 20/1
Juan Mata 25/1
Maxi Rodriguez 25/1
Salomon Kalou 25/1
Ryan Bertrand 25/1
Fabio Aurelio 25/1

Singles only.

MAN OF THE MATCH ODDS
Didier Drogba 11/2
Luis Suarez 11/2
Frank Lampard 8/1
Steven Gerrard 8/1
Fernando Torres 9/1
Juan Mata 10/1
Andy Carroll 12/1
Craig Bellamy 12/1
Ramires 12/1
Pepe Reina 12/1
John Terry 14/1
Maxi Rodriguez 14/1
Dirk Kuyt 16/1
Petr Cech 16/1
Ashley Cole 20/1
Daniel Sturridge 20/1
David Luiz 20/1
Florent Malouda 20/1
Raul Meireles 20/1
Salomon Kalou 20/1
Stewart Downing 20/1
Branislav Ivanovic 25/1
Daniel Agger 25/1
Gary Cahill 25/1
Glen Johnson 25/1
Jamie Carragher 25/1
Jordan Henderson 25/1
Jose Enrique 25/1
Martin Skrtel 25/1
Michael Essien 25/1
Jonjo Shelvey 33/1
Jay Spearing 40/1
John Obi Mikel 40/1
Jose Bosingwa 40/1
Ryan Bertrand 40/1
Fabio Aurelio 50/1
John Flanagan 50/1
Martin Kelly 50/1
Oriol Romeu 50/1
Paulo Ferreira 50/1
Sebastian Coates 50/1

OTHERS ON REQUEST.

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Everton 1/8 To Finish Above Liverpool…kenny Odds On To Leave Before Next Season

Liverpool once again lost at home and Kenny Dalglish is 8/11 with William Hill to have left Liverpool by the start of next season (Evens to still be there). Liverpool are now 9/2 to finish above Everton at the end of the season with the Blues 1/8 to top their rivals for the first time in seven years.

“The wheels have fallen off the Liverpool revolution after a promising end to last season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “Kenny could pay for it come the summer.”

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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Dalglish To Replace Commoli ? Weekend Specials

********************William Hill FA CUP/PREMIER LEAGUE WEEKEND SPECIALS********************

DALGLISH TO SUCCEED COMMOLI?

William Hill have made Kenny Dalglish 5/1 third favourite to succeed the departed Damien Commoli as Liverpool’s Director of Football Strategy. ‘With Dalglish himself under pressure over Liverpool’s poor Premier League performances this season, we could see him being moved ‘upstairs’ before the start of next season’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills MAKE DALGLISH 5/6 STILL TO BE LIVERPOOL MANAGER ON DAY ONE OF NEXT SEASON, 5/6 NOT TO.

Liverpool ‘Director of Football Strategy’ on the 1st day of the premier league season 2012/13:

Johan Cruyff 6/4
Louis van Gaal 5/2
Kenny Dalglish 5/1
Jurgen Klinsmann 10/1
Franco Baldini 14/1
Predrag Mijatovic 20/1
Umberto Gandini 25/1

Others on request.
Appointment must be as a specific replacement to the role previously held by Damien Commoli.
If no specific replacement is appointed, bets void.

**Comolli has departed Anfield and William Hill are offering odds on which of ‘his’ signings will be leaving Anfield as well. 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, 5/4); 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)

FA CUP ODDS………

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

**William Hill are offering 4/1 that there are two or more red cards over the two semi finals – (4/9 for none and 10/3 for one).

SEMIS……6/4 Liverpool; 2/1 draw; Everton 2/1. To go through – 8/11 Liverpool; Evens Everton…….Liverpool to go through via extra time or penalty shoot out – 5/1; Everton to go through via extra time or penalty shoot out – 6/1
**25/1 either keeper sent off.

13/8 Spurs; 2/1 draw; Chelsea 19/10………To go through – 4/5 Spurs; 10/11 Chelsea…….Match decided by penalty shoot-out 6/1

CHELSEA are 11/1 to beat both Spurs/Barcelona; 20/1 to win FA Cup/Champions League.

WHO WILL WIN THE TITLE – AND HOW?

TITLE ODDS…1/6 Man U; 7/2 City

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

RELEGATION ODDS……1/150 Wolves (20/1 stay up); 8/15 Blackburn (11/8 stay up); 10/11 Wigan (4/5); 6/5 Bolton (8/13); 11/8 QPR (8/15); 12 Villa.

WOLVES have been backed from 18/1 to 12/1 with Hills to lose all of their remaining Prem games.

RELEGATION TREBLES……19/10 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn…..12/5 Wolves/Bolton/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……others on request.

PREM SPECIALS…Highest scoring match – 3/1 Arsenal-Wigan; 10/3 Man U- Villa; 4 Sunderland-Wolves; 9/2 Norwich-Man C; 11/2 Swansea-Blackburn; WBA-QPR.

Highest scoring team – 5/2 Man U; 11/4 Arsenal; 6 Man C;Sunderland; 9 WBA; 10 Swansea; 14 Norwich; 16 Blackburn; 20 QPR; Wolves

Fastest scoring team- 11/2 Man U; 6 Arsenal; 7 Man C/Sunderland; 8 WBA/Swansea; 9 Norwich; 11 Blackburn/Wolves/QPR; 12 Wigan; 16 Villa.

Hat trick scored – 6/1 yes, 1/12 no

To Win 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

LMA MANAGER OF YEAR…6/4Pardew; 13/8 Rodgers; 7/2 Lambert; 11 Moyes; 12 Ferguson; 33 Redknapp; 66 Mancini.

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Media Relations Director.

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