Rangers 7/2 To Be Perfect At Home

This weekend Rangers play their first home game in the fourth tier and William Hill go 7/2 that they win every home game this term and 6/4 that they stay unbeaten home and away in the league. Rangers are 15/8 to win against East Stirling with a -3 handicap.

“Rangers will want to put on a good show after a sorry summer for the club. They should take confidence from last weekend’s late equaliser to really show the fans they are up for this fight,” said William Hill spokesman Mark Young

Celtic travel to Ross County this weekend and are 4/9 for the victory. The last three games between the two clubs have produced 2-0 score lines on every occasion, one for Celtic and one for County. For either team to win 2-0 is 9/2. With both teams scoring in six of their last seven meetings, Hearts and Inverness are Even money to both score on Saturday.

Kilmarnock and Motherwell is not a fixture that produces many goals as only three of the last eight meetings have produced more than one goal. It is 21/10 that there is one or less goals this weekend. Aberdeen always seem to do well against St Johnstone, where they are travelling on Saturday, unbeaten in their last four visits. Aberdeen are 6/4 draw no bet.

The Dundee derby should produce some fireworks but Dundee are yet to score in the SPL this term. Dundee United are 13/10 to win to nil. Kenny McLean is on fire for St Mirren and for him to score anytime and the Saints to win is 17/2.

Scottish Football Specials

7/2 Rangers to win all home league matches 2012/13

6/4 Rangers to remain undefeated in the league in 2012/13

Match Specials
7/1 Ross County, 16/5 Draw, 4/9 Celtic
9/2 Match Result to be 2-0
10/11 Hearts, 12/5 Draw, 3/1 Inverness
1/1 Both teams to score
13/8 Kilmarnock, 9/4 Draw, 17/10 Motherwell
21/10 Match to have under 1.5 goals
6/5 St Johnstone, 21/10 Draw, 5/2 Aberdeen
6/4 Aberdeen Draw No Bet
13/10 St Mirren, 11/5 Draw, 11/5 Hibernian
17/2 McLean to score anytime and St Mirren to win
1/2 Dundee Utd, 3/1 Draw, 6/1Dundee
13/10 Dundee Utd to win to nil
1/20 Rangers, 8/1 Draw, 16/1 East Stirling
15/8 Rangers -3 goals

Further Information
Mark Young
PR Assistant, William Hill
Email: myoung@williamhill.co.uk
Phone: 02089183981

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William Hill Spl Final Weekend Specials

Scottish Specials

It’s the last weekend of the SPL and the only issues
still to be sorted is the third Europa League spot and Top

Who will Finish Fifth?
Hearts 1/7
St Johnstone 4/1

Top Goalscorer
Gary Hooper 1/8
Jon Daly 9/2

The last two matchdays in the SPL only one match saw both
teams score. Maybe this is the week to back NO on all 6
matches on the Will Both Teams Score Coupon

No on all 6 Games Both To Score 60/1

All 12 teams to Score 28/1

Only 10 goals were scored in the 6 SPL matches last weekend and
after only 12 goals were scored in the midweek previous have all
the goals in the SPL dried up?
Total SPL Goals this weekend
Under 15 5/4
15 -17 15/8
Over 17 2/1

The bottom half of the SPL finish on Saturday and the top
half finish on Sunday. Which day will produce the most goals
Most Goals in SPL
Saturday 15/8
Sunday Evs
Tie 11/4

Highest Scoring Match
Celtic v Hearts 11/4
St Johnstone v Rangers 7/2
Dunfermline v Kilmarnock 4/1
Motherwell v Dundee Utd 9/2
Inverness v Hibernian 5/1
Aberdeen v St Mirren 6/1

Scottish League Play Offs

The Second Leg of the Scottish league Play Offs
will take place this weekend.

To Win First Division Play Offs
Ayr Utd 13/8
Dumbarton 5/2
Arbroath 3/1
Airdrie 4/1

To Win Second Division Play Offs
Stranraer 13/8
Albion 5/2
Elgin 5/2
Queens Park 5/1

Match Specials

Aberdeen v St Mirren
Last two fixtures between these sides have been
score draws.
Match to be a Score Draw 11/4

19 year old Jamie Masson scored his first goal for the
Dons last weekend.
Masson to Score Anytime 6/1

Paul McGowan and Steven Thompson have scored the
last 4 Saints goals away from home between them.
McGowan and Thompson both to Score 11/1

Dunfermline v Kilmarnock
This is a match which often sees goals with the
last 6 matches averaging 3.8 goals per game.
Over 3.5 Goals in match 9/4

The Pars will be hoping to sign off as an SPL
side in style and top scorer Andy Kirk will be
looking to add to his tally.
Kirk to Score anytime and Dunfermline Win 16/5

Dean Shiels has scored in 5 goals in his last 6
SPL matches
Shiels to Score 2 or more goals 7/1

Inverness v Hibernian
Both games at Inverness this season have been
goalless at half time
0-0 at Half Time 2/1

Inverness have not scored in the First Half at home
in their last 5 matches
1st Inverness Goal 46th Minute and Over 2/1

Paul Hanlon and Garry O’Connor both scored on
their last visit to the Highlands and both also netted
in Mondays win over Dunfermline
O’Connor and Hanlon Both to Score 22/1

Celtic v Hearts
Celtic will be looking to put on a show for their fans
as they collect the trophy today. Hearts players could
be forgiven for having one eye on next weeks
Cup Final so mistakes maybe made.
Celtic to Score a Penalty 4/1

Charlie Mulgrew ends the season with a hat-trick
of Player of the Year Awards.
Mulgrew to Score Anytime and Celtic Win 9/2

Gary Hooper has scored in his last two games
against Hearts and will be looking to finish the season
as Top Goalscorer in the SPL.
Hooper to Score 2 or more 11/4

Celtic have won their last 6 SPL matches and have
not conceded a goal in any of them.
Celtic to Win to Nil 21/20

Rudi Skacel opened the scoring in the William Hill
Scottish Cup Semi Final against Celtic
Skacel to Score First 9/1

Craig Beattie scored a penalty in the last minute in
the Semi Final but then missed one against Rangers
Beattie to Score a Penalty 9/1

Motherwell v Dundee Utd
Michael Higdon and Jon Daly are the men that everyone
will look to provide the goals today.
Higdon and Daly to Score Anytime 11/2

Stephen Craigan has announced he will end his
career after this match. Can he grab his first goal for
Motherwell in the SPL since 2006.
Craigan to Score Anytime 20/1

Jon Daly is still one goal behind Gary Hooper in the
Top Scorer table. Can he pip him in the final match
of the season?
Daly to Score 2 or more 8/1

St Johnstone v Rangers
With only 1 goal from St Johnstone in their last 6 matches
and also only 1 scored in their last 5 v Rangers this could
be a match where only one side scores.
NO for Both teams to Score EVS

St Johnstones last 3 SPL goals have all come from
the Penalty Spot
St Johnstone to Score a Penalty 6/1

Rangers have won 4 of their last 6 matches against
St Johnstone without losing a goal
Rangers to Win to Nil 12/5

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To Win SPL
Celtic 1/50
Rangers 12/1

Celtic to win all remaining SPL Games 11/1
Celtic not to lose anymore SPL Games 6/4
Rangers to win all remaining SPL Games 40/1
Rangers not to lose anymore SPL Games 11/4

Old Firm Doubles
Celtic to Win + Rangers to Lose 19/2
Celtic to Win + Rangers NOT to Win 10/3
Celtic to Win + Rangers to Win 7/10
Rangers to Win + Celtic to Lose 19/2
Rangers to Win + Celtic NOT to Win 10/3

Match Specials

Dundee Utd v St Mirren
Four out the last five meetings between these
sides have ended in a score draw including
both meetings this season
Match to End as a Score Draw 3/1

Dunfermline v Inverness
On both occasions Inverness have visited Dunfermline
this season they scored 3 goals in each match. Both
games Jonathan Hayes and Greg Tansey have scored
Hayes and Tansey both to Score 16/1

Motherwell v Hearts
Motherwells last 3 home matches have averaged
five goals a game and Hearts have only failed to score
in one of their last 4 away games.
Over 3.5 Goals in match 10/3

Rangers v Kilmarnock
Don’t leave this game early as there have been a few
late goals in both these sides matches lately
Match Goal 81st Minute to Full Time 13/10

Aberdeen v St Johnstone
The Saints have kept a Clean sheet on their last
three visits to Pittodrie
St Jonstone to Keep a Clean Sheet 5/2

Hibernian v Celtic
Anthony Stokes loves playing against his former club
and has scored in the last 4 victories over Hibs
Stokes to Score and Celtic to Win 5/4

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William Hill S P L Specials


As Celtic made it 13 SPL wins in a row people are
now wondering if anyone can stop them.
Celtic to win all remaining 13 SPL Matches 40/1
Celtic Not to LOSE any more SPL Matches 11/4

For the second time this season there were calls for
goaline technology to be used in the SPL after claims
that Hearts had the ball over the line before Celtic
opened the scoring
Goaline Technology to be introduced in the SPL by
the start of the 2012/23 Season
Yes 5/4
No 4/7

Who will be bottom of the SPL on Sunday Morning
Hibernian 7/1
Dunfermline 1/16

There have been plenty of goals scored in the SPL in
2012 with only two goalless draws this year.
Over 16.5 5/6
Under 16.5 5/6


Dunfermline v Rangers
Rangers grabbed four goals in their last SPL match and
on their last visit to East End Park they left with a
4-0 victory
Rangers to Score 4 or more goals 4/1

Celtic v Inverness
Scott Brown is turning into a goal machine with a
goal in each of his last 4 matches
Brown to Score Anytime and Celtic to Win 9/4

Hibernian v Aberdeen
Eoin Doyle opened his Hibs account last week v Killie and
Scott Vernon was once again on target for the Dons.
Doyle and Vernon both to Score Anytime 11/2

Kilmarnock v Hearts
Neither side has scored more than a single goal in
each of their last 3 matches. Only one goal has been
scored in their two meetings this season
Under 2.5 goals in match 6/10

St Johnstone v Dundee Utd
Francisco Sandaza scored a double when he played
against United in August.
Sandaza to Score 2 or more 5/1

St Mirren v Motherwell
Henrik Ojamaa has scored 4 goals in his last three
Ojamaa to Score Anytime 6/4

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William Hill S P L Weekend Specials

Weekend SPL Specials

How many Goals will be Scored in the SPL on Saturday?
Over 15.5 8/11
Under 15.5 Evs

Which match will produce the most goals?
Celtic v Hearts 11/4
Hibernian v Rangers 3/1
Dunfermline v Kilmarnock 9/2
Inverness v Dundee Utd 9/2
Aberdeen v St Mirren 11/2
St Johnstone v Motherwell 13/2

Which side will score the Quickest Goal?
Celtic 3/1
Rangers 4/1
Kilmarnock 6/1
Aberdeen 7/1
St Johnstone 8/1
Dundee Utd 10/1
Inverness 10/1
Motherwell 14/1
Dunfermline 16/1
Hearts 20/1
Hibernian 20/1
St Mirren 20/1

Aberdeen dropped to the foot of the table last weekend
can they climb off the bottom after a week?
Who will be bottom of the SPL on Saturday Evening?
Aberdeen 7/4
Dunfermline 15/8
Hibernian 2/1
Inverness 14/1

All matches must take place or markets above are void.

Match Specials

The last 6 meetings between these sides have only seen one team score.
No for Both Teams to Score 8/13

Pat Fenlon saw his debut as Hibs boss cut short when the floodlights
failed at Fir Park, Hibs were 1-0 ahead due to Garry O’Connors
first goal since September.
Garry O’Connor to Score Anytime 11/4

Rangers have not scored a goal from open play for 341 minutes
The only goals scored since Jelavics 19 min strike against Dundee Utd
have been penalties and Own Goals.
Rangers to Score from anything other than
a Penalty, Direct Free Kick or Own Goal 1/4

Hibernian to Keep a Clean Sheet 9/2

There have been two own goals scored in Rangers’
last 4 matches.
An Own Goal Scored in the Match 10/1

Jelavic has scored 3 penalties in Rangers’ last 5 matches
Jelavic to Score a Penalty 9/2

Rangers have only won two of their last 8 matches by
more than a single goal
Hibernian +2 Handicap 4/7

Four of the last six meetings between the sides has
been goalless at Half Time
Half Time Result to be 0-0 7/4

When Scott Vernon scores v St Mirren, Aberdeen win
He scored in both the Dons victories last season
Scott Vernon to Score and Aberdeen to Win 11/5

St Mirren haven’t scored in the Second Half of a match
since their 1-1 draw at Ibrox in October. (8 games ago)
St Mirren to Score NO Second Half Goals 8/13

The last five meetings between these sides have
seen only one team score
No for Both teams to score 4/6

James Forrest has opened the scoring in the last two
meetings at Celtic Park
James Forrest to Score First and Celtic to Win 6/1

Paddy McCourt has netted in the last two matches
against Hearts at home
McCourt to Score Anytime 2/1

Celtic have scored at least 3 goals in three of their
last five matches against Hearts
Celtic to Score 3 or more goals 6/4

Hearts have kept a Clean Sheet in two of their last
four meetings with Celtic. Both were at home but is now
the time for them to shut up shop on the road?
Hearts to keep a Clean Sheet 11/2

Goals Goals Goals
Three of the last four meetings between these sides
have produced at least 5 goals.
Over 4.5 Goals in Match 11/2

In their last home match Dunfermline fought back
from going behind to rescue a point
Dunfermline to Come from Behind and win or draw 9/2

Apart from the Inverness match when Killie leaked 6 goals
their defence has been pretty solid, having 5 clean sheets
in their last 7 matches
Kilmarnock to keep a Clean Sheet 9/5

The last five meetings between these sides in Inverness
has seen all 12 goals scored in the Second Half.
Second Half to be the highest Scoring Half 19/20

With five goals in his last five matches Andrew Shinnie
is the form player for the Highlanders.
Andrew Shinnie to Score Anytime 9/4

Inverness have failed to win 3 of their last 5 matches after
taking a lead.
Dundee Utd to come from behind and win or draw 4/1

The last two matches between these sides have finished 3-0.
One win for each side.
Any side to win 3-0 12/1

Dave Mackay has netted in his last two games. Will he make
it 3 in a row against Motherwell
Dave Mackay to Score Anytime 6/1

Motherwell save their best form for when they are away
from home. They have only lost one of their eight games
Motherwell Draw No Bet 21/20

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Scottish Specials

Celtic v Inverness 2/1
Dunfermline v Rangers 9/4
Hibernian v Dundee Utd 11/2
Motherwell v Aberdeen 11/2
St Johnstone v Hearts 8/1
St Mirren v Kilmarnock 8/1

Over 20 7/2
17 – 20 6/4
Under 17 EVS

There were 3 Own Goals scored in the SPL last weekend
Yes 11/10
No 4/6

None 4/6
One 15/8
Two 7/1
Three or More 16/1

Rangers have won all 4 SPL away matches without
conceding a goal.
Rangers To Win To Nil 6/4

Dunfermline have scored exactly two goals in their
last 3 matches and also netted twice the last time they
played Rangers.
Dunfermline to Score Exactly Two Goals 11/2

Nikica Jelavic, Kyle Lafferty and Steven Naismith all
scored the last time these sides met. All three of them
also netted last week against Celtic.
Jelavic, Lafferty and Naismith All to Score 11/2

Both Teams have scored in the last three matches
between these sides.
Both teams To Score EVS

In the last four matches against Inverness 4 Celtic players
have scored 2 or more goals in a match.
Gary Hooper to Score 2 or more 5/2

Inverness have won the 2 goal handicap match against
Celtic on 9 of the last 10 matches.
Inverness +2 goals 5/4

Garry O’Connor and Jon Daly are both finding some form
this season and are the main strike threats for each side.
O’Connor OR Daly to Score First 12/5

Hibs have taken the lead 3 times this season and
failed to win the match.
Hibs to Lead at Half Time and Not Win 9/1

Dundee Utd haven’t lost in their last 4 visits to
Easter Road.
Dundee Utd Draw No Bet 7/10

Both teams are going through a sticky spell just now
and seem to be leaking a few goals. This could be good
news for punters who bet on the Goal Markets.
Over 3.5 Goals 3/1

Motherwell have not lost to Aberdeen in the past
Seven meetings of the sides. Jamie Murphy scored in two
of the matches last season.
Murphy to Score Anytime and Motherwell to win 11/5

Aberdeen have yet to score away from home this season.
Motherwell Clean Sheet 13/10

In 6 of the last 9 meetings of the sides at least one of the sides
have scored exactly 2 goals in the match.
Either Side to Score Exactly Two Goals 6/5

Nigel Hasselbaink has scored St Mirrens only home goal
so far this season.
Hasselbaink to Score Anytime 6/4

Paul Heffernan is on fire at present with 8 goals in only 5 starts
for Kilmarnock.
Heffernan to Score 2 or more 8/1

Both these sides matches last weekend featured an own goal
An Own Goal to be Scored in the match 8/1

Francisco Sandaza has scored 6 goals in his last 5 matches
Sandaza to Score Anytime 6/4

Hearts have only conceded one goal in their last 5 SPL matches
Hearts to Keep a Clean Sheet 11/8

The William Hill Scottish Cup kicks off this weekend with the
sponsors, William Hill, becoming the first, and probably only,
bookmaker to put all First Round Ties on a Coupon. All 17 ties
feature clubs from the Scottish Non Leagues who have qualified
through either their membership of the SFA or by winning their

Fort William v Bo’ness Utd 4/1
Culter v Burntisland Shipyard 15/2
Gala Fairydean v Hawick Royal Albert 15/2
Glasgow Uni v Cove Rangers 15/2
Lossiemouth v Auchinleck Talbot 15/2
Forres Mechanics v Irvine Meadow 10/1
Fraserburgh v CS Strollers 14/1
Huntly v Newton Stewart 14/1
Wick Academy v Coldstream 14/1
Nairn v Selkirk 16/1
Wigtown & Bladnoch v Preston Athletic 16/1
Edinburgh City v Brora Rangers 20/1
St Cuthberts Wanderers v Keith 20/1
Dalbeattie Star v Inverurie Loco 22/1
Edinburgh Uni v Whitehill Welfare 25/1
Rothes v Clachnacuddin 25/1
Vale of Leithen v Girvan 25/1
Should 3 or more games be postponed all bets will be void.

Old Firm v The Rest
Old Firm Winner 1/2
Anyone Else Win Cup 6/4

Non SPL Winner 10/1

Non SPL Side in Final 9/2

Old Firm to meet in the Final 7/2

Non League Side to Reach Fifth Round 5/1

Non League Side to Beat an SPL Side 50/1

Which Non League Side will progress Furthest?
Buckie Thistle 7/2
Deveronvale 11/2
Spartans 11/2
Auchinleck Talbot 7/1
Bo’ness United 7/1
Irvine Meadow 7/1
Threave Rovers 10/1
Cove Rangers 12/1
Fraserburgh 12/1
Keith 12/1
Whitehill Welfare 16/1

Which Highland League Cup will Progress Furthest?
Buckie Thistle 9/4
Deveronvale 9/2
Cove Rangers 7/1
Fraserburgh 10/1
Nairn County 10/1
Keith 12/1
Inverurie Loco Works 14/1
Wick Academy 14/1
Forres Mechancics 16/1
Huntly 16/1
Clachnacuddin 20/1
Brora Rangers 25/1
Lossiemouth 25/1
Rothes 25/1
Fort William 50/1

Which East of Scotland Side will Progress Furthest?
Spartans 11/8
Edinburgh City 5/1
Whitehill Welfare 6/1
Preston Athletic 8/1
Edinburgh University 10/1
Civil Service Strollers 12/1
Gala Fairydean 12/1
Vale of Leithen 12/1
Selkirk 16/1
Coldstream 20/1
Hawick Royal Albert 50/1

Which South of Scotland Side will Progress Furthest?
Threave Rovers 4/9
Dalbeattie Star 7/2
Newton Stewart 10/1
St Cuthbert Wanderers 10/1
Wigtown & Bladnoch 10/1

Which Junior Side will Progress Furthest?
Auchinleck Talbot 2/1
Bo’ness United 2/1
Irvine Meadow 2/1
Culter 10/1
Girvan 10/1

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S P L Specials

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Neil Lennon to Be in Charge of Celtic on last day of the season

Yes – 2/5
No – 7/4

Ally McCoist to be in Charge of Rangers on last day of the season?

Yes – 1/2
No – 6/4

Both Managers to still be in same position at end of season – 11/10
Both Managers to leave their current positions this season – 6/1

Who will leave their position first?

Neil Lennon – Evs
Ally McCoist – 8/11

Next SPL Boss to Leave his post?
Colin Calderwood 11/4
Terry Butcher 3/1
Ally McCoist 11/2
Neil Lennon 7/1
Paulo Sergio 7/1
Craig Brown 14/1
Derek McInnes 16/1
Danny Lennon 20/1
Kenny Shiels 20/1
Peter Houston 20/1
Stuart McCall 33/1
Jim McIntyre 40/1
No Manager to Leave 20/1

Scottish Specials 27th August

Once again the SPL sees 3 games on Saturday and 3 games
on Sunday because of clubs participation in the Europa League

Saturday 9/4
Sunday 4/5
Tie 11/4

Rangers v Aberdeen 5/2
St Mirren v Celtic 3/1
Inverness v Kilmarnock 4/1
Hearts v Hibernian 11/2
Dunfermline v Motherwell 6/1
St Johnstone v Dundee Utd 6/1

There have been 6 penaltys awarded this season in the SPL
but only Nikica Jelavic has scored.
None 10/11
One 13/8
Two 11/2
Three or More 12/1

Celtic 5/1
Rangers 5/1
Dundee Utd 7/1
Inverness 7/1
Motherwell 7/1
St Johnstone 7/1
Dunfermline 9/1
Kilmarnock 9/1
Aberdeen 14/1
Hearts 14/1
Hibernian 14/1
St Mirren 16/1


Dunfermline v Motherwell

Don’t leave this match early as there have been 3 goals
after 80 minutes in Dunfermlines last 3 matches and
one in each of Motherwells last two.
A Goal in Match from 81st Minute – Full Time 2/1

Dunfermline have opened the scoring in their last three
matches this season
Dunfermline to Score 1st goal 11/10

Motherwell have not conceded a goal away from home
this season and also have kept a clean sheet in 3 of their
last 5 visits to East End Park
Motherwell to keep a Clean Sheet 6/4

Inverness v Kilmarnock

Both sides scored in all three meetings between these
sides last season.
Both Teams to Score in Match 5/6

Richie Foran scored his first of the season last weekend
as Caley try to replace Adam Rooneys goals from
last season.
Richie Foran to Score Anytime 15/8

Liam Kelly scored twice against Inverness last season
Liam Kelly to Score Anytime 5/1

St Johnstone v Dundee Utd

In the last five matches between these sides there have
been less than 3 goals in every match.
Less than 2.5 goals in match 4/7

Francesco Sandaza opened his Saints account with a double
in midweek. Can he damage his former side this weekend?
Sandaza to Score anytime and St Johnstone to Win 16/5

United have beaten the Saints in four of their last five
meetings and everytime they kept a clean sheet
Dundee Utd to Win to Nil 16/5

Rangers v Aberdeen

This match always seems to burst into life after quarter of
an hour has gone. There has been a goal scored after this in
the last 5 meetings between the sides.
Match Goal 16th to 30th Minute 13/8

Nikica Jelavic scored in both matches he played against
the Dons last season.
Nikica Jelavic to Score first and Rangers to Win 10/3

Aberdeen always give Rangers a difficult match and this
should be no different.
Aberdeen (+2 goals) EVS


St Mirren v Celtic

Only one side has scored in seven of the last 8 matches
between these sides.
Will Both Teams Score – NO 4/6

Only 2 Steven Thom(p)sons. Both Steven Thompson and
Steven Thomson managed to score last weekend.
Steven Thompson or Steven Thomson to Score 5/2

Anthony Stokes to Score in First Ten Minutes 20/1

Celtic to Score a Penalty 9/2
Celtic to Miss a Penalty 16/1

Hearts v Hibernian

A Goal to be Scored in Second Half Injury Time 7/1

Hearts have scored exactly two goals in the derby on 4 of
the last 5 occasions
Hearts to score exactly 2 12/5

Hibs have not beaten Hearts in their last 7 meetings but will
be looking to Garry O’Connor to renew his excellent form
against the Jambos (he has scored in 4 of his last 5 games
against Hearts)
Garry O’ Connor to Score and Hibs to win 13/2

To Keep a Clean Sheet
Hearts 19/20
Hibernian 11/4

To Win to Nil
Hearts 17/10
Hibernian 11/2

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Who Will Be Next S P L Boss Out ?

Betting without Calderwood, but:

WITH HIBS’ BOSS Colin Calderwood reportedly set to leave Hibs, William Hill have opened a book on who – excluding Calderwood – will be the next SPL manager to leave his club and have installed Jim Jefferies of Hearts, St Johnstone’s highly rated Derek McInnes and Kilmarnock’s Kenny Shiels as their 4/1 co-favourites. ‘Kenny has lost some of his best players and replaced them with some as yet unproven new ones, Derek is probably coveted by bigger clubs, while Jim needs results to match the strength of his squad if he’s not to come under pressure’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. ’However, this looks a very open market.

William Hill: The Odds (Without Colin Calderwood) for next SPL boss out:

4/1. Shiels
4/1. Jefferies
4/1. McInnes
9/2. Butcher
7/1. D. Lennon
10/1. Brown
12/1. McCall
16/1. N. Lennon
16/1. Houston
16/1. McCoist
20/1. McIntyre.

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Who’ Ll Be First To Beat Rangers And Celtic ?


Following the release of todays fixtures William Hill are asking who will be the first team to beat Rangers and Celtic in their opening seven games.

First Team to beat Rangers in SPL

9/2. Hearts
8/1. St Johnstone
10/1. Inverness
14/1. Motherwell
20/1. Aberdeen
20/1. Dundee Utd
5/1. Celtic
13/8. Unbeaten in the first 7 games

First Team to beat Celtic in SPL

5/1. Hibernian
15/2. Aberdeen
10/1. Dundee Utd
16/1. St Johnstone
20/1. St Mirren
25/1. Motherwell
3/1. Rangers
5/2. Unbeaten in first 7 games.

If fixtures are not played in order above they are void. Rangers v Kilmarnock (Aug 6th) and celtic v Dunfermline (july 30th) have been omitted from this market as the old firm have friendlies on these dates. Should the SPL games go ahead instead the market will be settled without these games.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

T: 020 8918 3731
M: 07803 233702
E: gsharpe@williamhill.co.uk

William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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Would Calderwood Killie For Hibs’ Job ?


William Hill HAVE OPENED A BOOK ON WHO WILL BE THE NEW HIBS’ BOSS AND MAKE FORMER KILMARNOCK MANAGERJIMMY CALDERWOOD THEIR 5/2 FAVOURITE. ‘Calderwood has reportedly already experssed an interest but Hibs say they are not setting a timescale to make the new appoitnment and are sure to want to run the rule over a number of candidiates’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills – next permanent Hibs’ boss….
Jimmy Calderwood5/2
Derek McInnes4/1
Gareth Evans4/1
Michael O’Neill5/1
Derek Adams8/1
Gus McPherson10/1
Mark Venus10/1
Jim Gannon10/1
Eddie May10/1
Tony Mowbray11/1
Craig Brown11/1
Chris Coleman14/1
Alan Pardew16/1
Bobby Williamson16/1
Gordon Strachan25/1

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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