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UNITED 9/2 TO WIN TITLE BY 7 OR MORE POINTS

MANCHESTER UNITED are now 1/7 to win the Premier League title with Hills who make them 9/2 to do so by a margin of 7 or more points:

William Hill…HOW WILL TITLE BE WON?;

Man U by:
7 or more9/2
5-6……..7/2
3-4………11/4
1-2………11/4
GD……..20/1
Not win….4/1

Man C by:
not win…..1/7
GD……….16/1
one………8/1
two………5/1
three or more…..33/1

BETTING WITHOUT MANCHESTER CLUBS…1/8 Arsenal; 6/1 Spurs; 12/1 Chelsea ; 25/1 Newcastle

RELEGATION ODDS….1/200 Wolves; 1/ 4 Blackburn (11/4 stay up); 11/10 QPR (4/6); 6/4 Bolton (1/ 2) ; 13/8 Wigan (4/9); 10/1 Villa.

THREE FOR DROP – 13/8 Wolves/Blk/QPR; 9/4 Wolves/Bolton/Blackbn; 5/2 Wolves/Wigan/Blkbn; 11/2 Wolves/QPR/Bolton; 6 Wolves/Wigan/QPR; 7 Wolves/Wigan/ Bolton. Others on request.

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

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5/6 City First With United Runners Up In Title Race

CITY ODDS-ON TO WIN TITLE WITH UNITED RUNNERS-UP

William Hill, who now make Man City 7/1 to remain undefeated for the remainder of the Premier League season, offer 5/6 that they will win the title with their great local rivals United as runners up. ‘Spurs’ slip up at the weekend and City beating Wigan has handed the advantage to the two Manchester clubs’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
City are now 1/2 favourites to win the title with Hills who go 5/2 United; 10 Spurs; 25 Chelsea; 80 Arsenal.
WIGAN ARE NOW 4/11 FROM 2/5 TO GO DOWN WITH Hills WHO MAKE THEM 2/1 TO STAY UP.

William Hill TITLE STRAIGHT FORECAST:
MAN CITY/MAN UTD5/6
MAN CITY/SPURS6/1
MAN UTD/MAN CITY3/1
MAN UTD/SPURS20/1
SPURS/MAN CITY20/1
SPURS/MAN UTD25/1
**City unbeaten in EPL rest of season – 7/1

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twitter- @sharpeangle

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Beckham And Giggs Odds-on To Reunite In G B Olympic Dream Team

BECKHAM AND GIGGS ODDS-ON TO REUNITE IN GB OLYMPIC DREAM TEAM
Following confirmation that both David Beckham and Ryan Giggs have expressed an interest in being part of the GB Olympic squad, William Hill are offering odds of 8/15 that the pair will appear together in the side at any stage of the tournament.

“Having Beckham and Giggs in the team will certainly raise interest in the tournament and given the sudden glut of oldies playing in the Premier League it would appear to be a very likely scenario”, said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills are also offering odds of 2/1 that another Manchester United oldie, Paul Scholes, will join them in the squad and play alongside them at the Olympics.

TO PLAY ANY PART IN TEAM GB FOOTBALL SQUAD
David Beckham: 1/8 Yes, 9/2 No.
Ryan Giggs: 2/5 Yes, 7/4 No.
Paul Scholes: 2/1 Yes, 4/11 No.

BECKHAM, GIGGS & SCHOLES ALL TO APPEAR IN THE SAME GB TEAM AT THE SAME TIME: 4/1 YES, 1/7 NO.

How Many Points Will Winner Of Premier League Have?
Under 80….13/2
81 – 85……5/2
86-90……..6/4
91 or over…..2/1

CITY’S HOPES OF GOAL SCORING RECORD ON THE WANE
William Hill have lengthened their odds for Manchester City to set a new scoring record in the Premier League by netting 104 or more goals during the season and now go 6/4 from 5/6 and make them 1/2 to miss out on the record.

“The early season goal rush seems to have dried up somewhat in recent games”, said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
William Hill, who now make Man City 7/1 to remain undefeated for the remainder of the Premier League season, offer 5/6 that they will win the title with their great local rivals United as runners up. ‘Spurs’ slip up at the weekend and City beating Wigan has handed the advantage to the two Manchester clubs’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
City are now 1/2 favourites to win the title with Hills who go 5/2 United; 10 Spurs; 25 Chelsea; 80 Arsenal.
WIGAN ARE NOW 4/11 FROM 2/5 TO GO DOWN WITH Hills WHO MAKE THEM 2/1 TO STAY UP.

William Hill TITLE STRAIGHT FORECAST:
MAN CITY/MAN UTD5/6
MAN CITY/SPURS6/1
MAN UTD/MAN CITY3/1
MAN UTD/SPURS20/1
SPURS/MAN CITY20/1
SPURS/MAN UTD25/1
**City unbeaten in EPL rest of season – 7/1

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

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

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Swansea Continue To Amaze And Arsene Could Be On His Way!

Swansea City pulled off a stunning scalp in the form of Arsenal as they moved back into the top half of the table and William Hill are offering 4/1 that they manage to finish in the top 10 this season. Brendan Rodgers has performed miracles in South Wales and he is 7/1 to win the manager of the year award.

“Swansea continue to confound their detractors who were predicting a tricky time for them this season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “They hardly spent any money when they came up yet are still managing to mix it with the big boys in the top half of the table.”

Arsenal’s slim hopes of winning the league suffered another dent and they are 80/1 with Hill’s to win the league and their odds to finish in the top four are also on the drift, with Hills making them 7/4 to finish in the Champions League spots. On a positive note for Arsenal Robin Van Persie continued his fine form by netting Arsenal’s first and he is Even money to finish with golden boot this season. The Gooners are 1/12 to finish in the top 6.

Arsene Wenger 5/2 to no longer be manager of Arsenal come the star of next season and with Robin van Persie’s contract expiring at the end of the 2013 season, Hills make him 7/4 to no longer be an Arsenal player on the first day of next season.

Arsenal are in a bit of a rut this season and they could do with bringing in a few new faces and Hills offer 12/1 that Mr Wenger signs at least three new players in this January’s transfer window. Although, they are odds on, at 8/11, to sign no new faces.

William Hill

Premier League Outright: 8/15 Manchester City; 9/4 Manchester United; 10/1 Tottenham; 25/1 Chelsea; 80/1 Arsenal; 150/1 Liverpool

Top Four finish: 1/200 Manchester City; 1/40 Manchester United; 2/9 Spurs; 4/11 Chelsea; 7/4 Arsenal; 2/1 Liverpool; 25/1 BAR

Betting without Manchester clubs: 10/11 Tottenham; 6/4 Chelsea; 7/ Arsenal; 12/1 Liverpool; 150/1 Newcastle; 250/1 Everton

Relegation: 2/5 Wigan; 4/7 Bolton; 4/5 Blackburn; 6/4 QPR; 7/4 Wolves; 5/1 Swansea; 8/1 BAR

Top Goalscorer: 1/1 Robin van Persie; 5/2 Sergio Aguero; 6/1 Wayne Rooney; 12/1 Demba Ba; 33/1 BAR

Swansea finishing position in 2011/12: 4/1 Top half; 1/7 bottom half

7/1 Brendan Rodgers manager of the year 2011/12

Arsenal top four finish 2011/12 – 7/4
Arsenal top six finish 2011/12 – 1/12

Arsene Wenger Arsenal Manager on the first day of the Premier League season 2012/13?

Yes 2/7
No 5/2

Van Persie at Arsenal on the first day of the Premier League season 2012/13*?

Yes 2/5
No 7/4

*Loans away count as ‘no’

How many more players will Arsenal sign during January*?

None 8/11
Exactly one 13/8
Exactly two 9/2
Three or more 12/1

*Loans count

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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You Bet Bolton Owen To Go Down As Manc Monopoly Odds On

Coyle odds-against to survive until next season:
YOU BET BOLTON OWEN TO GO DOWN!

DESPITE Bolton’s Chairman insisting it would cost too much in compensation to sack Owen Coyle, the under pressure Bolton boss is now favourite with William Hill to be the next Premier League manager to leave his club as Bolton dropped to the bottom of the table. ‘There surely comes a point at which a manager’s pride kicks in even if he hasn’t been sacked, and Coyle is clearly a proud man’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills make Coyle 13/8 joint favourite along with Steve Kean to be the next boss out, and offer 11/10 that he is still Wanderers’ gaffer on the first day of next season.Bolton are 11/10 to go down.

Wm Hill…..2nd Prem manager to go;
Owen Coyle 13/8
Steve Kean 13/8
Roberto Martinez 5/1
Andre Villas-Boas 6/1
Alex McLeish 11/1
Mick McCarthy 11/1
David Moyes 16/1
Harry Redknapp 20/1
Martin Jol 25/1
Neil Warnock 33/1
No manager to leave 33/1
Roy Hodgson 33/1
Martin O’Neill 40/1
Alan Pardew 50/1
Arsene Wenger 50/1
Brendan Rodgers 50/1
Kenny Dalglish 50/1
Paul Lambert 50/1
Roberto Mancini 50/1
Tony Pulis 50/1
Sir Alex Ferguson 66/1

Owen Coyle at Bolton 1st day next season?Yes – 11/10No – 4/6

Wm Hill relegation odds..4/9 Wigan (13/8 stay up); 11/10 Blackburn;(4/6); 11/10 Bolton (4/6); 15/8 Swansea; 5/2 Wolves; 11/4 Norwich; 4 QPR/Sunderland; 8 WBA; 9 Fulham.

MANC MONOPOLY AT TOP OF PREM

William Hill now offer 1/3 that the two Manchester clubs occupy the top two positions in the Premier League at the end of the season, and go 7/4 that it is City who finish first with United 2nd.
City are 8/13 favourites to win the title with Hills, who make them 66/1 to win all four major trophies they are still contesting, with United 2/1; Chelsea 12/1; Spurs 18/1; Arsenal 25/1; Liverpool 100/1; Newcastle 400/1.
TOP 4 FINISH…4/11 Chelsea; 4/9 Spurs; 11/10 Arsenal; 9/4 Liverpool; 25 Newcastle; 66 Everton; 125 Villa
PREM TOP SCORER…6/4 RVP; 5/2 Aguero; 4 Rooney; 8 Dzeko; 16 Ba; 20 Adebayor; Balotelli.

Prem Forecast: Man City/Man Utd – 7/4; Man Utd/Man City – 4/1 ; Reverse forecast – 1/3

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

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Betting Without The Mancs

CHELSEA FAVS IN BETTING WITHOUT MANCS

William Hill make Chelsea 13/8 favourites in their Premier League betting ‘without Manchester City & United. Hills then offer 9/4 Spurs; 5/2 Arsenal; 9/2 Liverpool; 11/1 Newcastle; 66/1 Everton. ‘The without Mancs market is looking like a ‘top London club’ betting heat at the moment’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills OFFER 2/7 THAT THE TWO MANCHESTER CLUBS WILL FINISH IN THE TOP POSITIONS IN EITHER ORDER.

William Hill…TITLE ODDS….8/13 Man C; 5/2 Man U; 14 Chelsea; 20 Spurs; 33 Arsenal; 50 Liverpool; 400 Newcastle

William Hill….TOP 4 FINISH..1/ 4 Chelsea; 8/15 Spurs; 5/4 Arsenal; 13/8 Liverpool; 16 Newcastle.

William Hill..RELEGATION…..1/3 Wigan (9/4 stay up); 4/5 Blackburn (10/11); 15/8 Bolton;Swansea; 9/4 Norwich; 5/2 Wolves; 9/2 QPR;Sunderland; 9/1 Fulham; WBA.

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

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Midweek Champions League Specials

William Hill CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SPECIALS………

13/8 NO CHAMPIONS LEAGUE PREM DEFEATS

William Hill offer 13/8 that all four Premier League teams in Champions League action this midweek will avoid defeat – and 19/2 that all four will win, while Man U are rated 15/8 favourites to be the highest – and 9/4 the fastest- scoring team in the four games involving Prem teams. ‘United appear to have the easiest task of the Prem teams in midweek – but all four are desperate to ensure their progress past the Group stage, and the majority of punters will be expecting all four to come through unscathed’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill SPECIALS……

All English teams to win on Tuesday & Wednesday – 19/2
Both Manchester clubs to win on Tuesday – 11/4
All four English clubs not to lose – 13/8
Ryan Giggs to score in C Lg this season – 2/1
Man U- Man C Final – 28/1
Which of two will go further? – 4/6 United – 11/10 City (void if eliminated at same stage)
Prem side to go furthest…. Man Utd – 7/4…..Chelsea – 9/4……Man City – 5/2…..Arsenal – 5/1
Champions League top scorer- 11/4 Messi; 4/1 Ronaldo; 9 Villa; 11 Rooney; 14 Hernandez; 16 Aguero, Benzema,Pedro. Others on request.

Highest Scoring Match
Man Utd v Basel 7/4
Arsenal v Olympiakos 2/1
Bayern Munich v Man City 3/1
Valencia v Chelsea 7/2
Win only. Dead heat rules apply.

Highest Scoring Team
Man Utd 15/8
Arsenal 11/4
Bayern Munich 9/2
Chelsea 13/2
Man City 9/1
Valencia 9/1
Olympiakos 16/1
Basel 20/1
Dead heat rules apply. EW 1/5 1,2,3

Fastest Scoring Team
Man Utd 9/4
Arsenal 5/2
Bayern Munich 5/1
Chelsea 7/1
Man City 9/1
Valencia 9/1
Olympiakos 14/1
Basel 16/1
Dead heat rules apply. EW 1/5 1,2,3

English Team Goals
under 5 15/8
5-7 11/8
8 or more 13/8
** Goals scored by English teams only

Total Red Cards
None 8/11
One 6/5
Two or more 5/1
**Number of red cards in ties involving English teams

TO WN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE….7/4 Barca; 9/2 Real Madrid; 6/1 Man U; 10/1 Chelsea/Man C; 12 Bayern M; 22 AC; 25 Arsenal; 28 Porto; 33 Inter/Borussia Dortmund; 80 Napoli. 100/1 upwards others.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

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

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

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Oasis Factor Kicks In For Cup Final

************************************William Hill FA CUP FINAL SPECIALS***************************

Hills out to ‘get’ City, but:
8/13 MANCHESTER SATURDAY GLORY DOUBLE – UNITED TO CLINCH TITLE, CITY TO LIFT FA CUP

William Hill offer 8/13 that Saturday will be a double glory day for Manchester football – with United clinching the Premier League title, followed by City lifting the FA Cup. ‘We’re offering 8/13 that the two Manchester clubs wrap up their respective trophy targets on Saturday’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills say they are keen to oppose Man City winning in 90m. ‘The perceived wisdom appears to be that Man City have the class to steamroller Stoke within 90 minutes – but we beg to differ, and will be looking to maintain a very competitive price – currently 10/11- about City doing that – and are happy to back our opinion to the tune of at least one million pounds’ added Sharpe.
Despite competition from Premier League matches, William Hill expect the FA Cup Final to produce the biggest betting turnover of any domestic match this season: ‘We anticipate a betting turnover of around £15m on the Cup Final – which may well be helped by the Premier League games encouraging punters to have accumulator bets. But the biggest club match of the season in turnover terms is odds-on to be the forthcoming Champions League Final’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

WHEN WILL TEVEZ BE SUBBED? (assuming he starts – stakes refunded if not).

00.01 – 30.00 25
30.01 – Half Time 16
Start of 2nd Half – 60.00 11/4
60.01 – End of Normal Time 5/6
Not To Be Subbed in Normal Time 7/4

**Carlos Tevez still at Man City First Day of Premier League Season 2011/12?

Yes 11/10
No 4/6

**Roberto Mancini at Man City First Day of Premier League Season 2011/12?

Yes 4/6
No 11/10

**Tony Pulis at Stoke First Day of Premier League Season 2011/12?

Yes 1/9
No 5/1

Man City Oasis Song Specials

The Masterplan
Any substitute to score for Man City: 7/2
(Extra time counts, penalty shoot out does not)

Roll With It
Any Man City player booked for diving: 10/1
(extra time counts)

Slide Away
Man City to lead but fail to lift the FA Cup: 9/2
(extra time and penalties count)

Don’t Look Back in Anger
Any Man City red card: 8/1
(Extra time counts)

Standing On The Shoulder of Giants
Either Man City centre back to score (must be Vincent Kompany or Joleon Lescott): 8/1
(extra time counts, penalty shoo out does not count)

Wonderwall
Joe Hart to save a penalty: 25/1
(extra time counts, penalty shoot outs do not count)

Let There Be Love
No yellow or red cards during the 90 minutes of the FA Cup final: 12/1

The Importance of Being ‘Nigel’
Nigel de Jong to be awarded the official FA man of the match: 25/1

Sunday Morning Call
Man City to lose the FA Cup final and Roberto Mancini to no longer be Man City manager at midnight Sunday: 66/1

Stop Crying Your Heart Out
Any Man City player to be booked for dissent: 7/1
(extra time counts)

Up In The Sky
Man City to concede from a Rory Delap throw in: 7/2
(Stoke must score within 10 seconds of a Rory Delap throw in for bets to be winners)

Some Might Say
1st Oasis song from to be referred to after kick off by ITV’s match commentator:

D’You Know What I Mean? 9/2
The Masterplan 9/2
Little By Little 6/1
Some Might Say 6/1
Roll With It 6/1
Standing On The Shoulder of Giants 8/1
Don’t Look Back In Anger 9/1
Wonderwall 10/1
Cigarettes & Alcohol 11/1
Up In the Sky 12/1
Slide Away 12/1
Stop Crying Your Heart Out 16/1
The Importance of Being Idle 20/1

(Only these 13 count from kick off until completion of the match)
(If none of the above are referred to, all bets void)

Cigarettes & Alcohol
How many times will ITV show Liam Gallagher or Noel Gallagher from kick off until the end of the final:

0 7/2
1 7/1
2 4/1
3 7/2
4 11/2
5 6/1
6 or more 7/2

(End of the final counts as the full time whistle (90 minutes or extra time) or last penalty scored))
(If sighted together in one shot, this counts as 2 sightings. Only live pictures count, no replays)

Little By Little
David Silva to be substituted: 4/6
(extra time counts, Silva must start or bets void)

William Hill FA CUP SPECIALS……..(90m play unless specified)

90M ODDS…….10/11 Man City; 11/5 draw; 7/2 Stoke
LIFT TROPHY…..2/5 Man C; 2/1 Stoke
CITY WIN TO NIL – 5/2……Stoke likewise – 11/2
GAME DECIDED IN EXTRA TIME 9/2…….City win in e-t – 8/1……Stoke win in e-t – 16/1
GAME GOES TO PENALTY SHOOT OUT- 9/2….City win in pen shoot-out – 10/1; Stoke win pen shoot-out -10/1
WIN BOTH HALVES – 4/1 Man C; 14/1 Stoke
STOKE SCORE WITHIN 10S OF DELAP THROW – 7/2
FA MAN OF MATCH….6/1 Tevez; 7 Toure; 7 Silva; 8 Balotelli; 9 Pennant; 10 Dzeko; 11 Etherington; Walters; 12 Jones; Johnson Others on request.
COME FROM BEHIND TO WIN (90m)….8/1 Man C; 14/1 Stoke
BOTH TEAMS SCORE – 19/20 Yes; 4/5 No
WIN 1ST HALF – 7/5 Man C; 19/20 DRAW; 9/2 Stoke
MATCH GOALS – 4/6 TWO OR FEWER; 11/10 THREE OR MORE
CITY SCORE BOTH HALVES – 21/10; STOKE LIKEWISE 5/1
CLEAN SHEET – MAN C 23/20; STOKE 11/4
SCORE IN FIRST 15M – MAN C – 15/4; STOKE 7/1
FIRST PLAYER CARDED – 8 Balotelli; Vieira; Wilkinson; 9 De Jong; Shawcross; Wilson; 10 Huth; Zabaleta. 12 Diao; Faye; Kolarov; 14 Tevez. Others on request
CARD SHOWN WITHIN FIRST 15M- 16/5
TO WIN 1-0 – MAN C 11/2; STOKE 10/1. Other correct scores on request.

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

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Hughes In Danger Of Being Next Boss Out ?

*****************************PREMIER LEAGUE ODDS UPDATE************************************

12/1 UNITED TO STAY UNBEATEN ALL SEASON

MANCHESTER UNITED ARE NOW 12/1 WITH William Hill to remain undefeated in the Premier League all season – and Hills make them 10/1 to win the title with Manchester City runners-up – and offer 20/1 vice versa. ‘There is a serious chance of the two Manchester clubs monopolising the top two spots this season’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

**TITLE ODDS…..Evens Man U; 9/4 Chelsea; 5/1 Arsenal; 9/1 Man City (4/11 to finish in top four); 28/1 Spurs. (11/8 to finish in top four)

NOW WOLVES FAVOURITES TO FINISH BOTTOM

WOLVES ARE now 4/7 favourites to be relegated with William Hill who also make them 9/4 favourites to finish bottom of the table.

GOING DOWN? Hill’s relegation odds…….4/7 Wolves; 4/5 West Ham; 6/5 Wigan; 15/8 Blackpool; 2/1 Fulham; 13/5 Blackburn; 3/1 Birmingham; 11/2 Newcastle; 13/2 WBA; 8/1 Villa.

FINISH BOTTOM….9/4 Wolves; 11/4 West Ham; 7/2 Wigan; 6/1 Blackpool; 7/1 Fulham; 10 Blackburn; 14 Birmingham; 40 West Brom.

HUGHES IN DANGER OF BEING NEXT BOSS OUT?

MARK Hughes has been cut from 12/1 to 9/1 to be the next Premier League manager to leave his job after Fulham’s capitulation to struggling West Ham. ‘Mark Hughes was already rumoured to be in danger of the sack before the result which plunged Fulham into the relegation zone. He must be under massive pressure now’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.But Mick McCarthy was also cut, from 9/1 to 6/1 as Wolves lost to Wigan at home. ‘Mick’s side have always been regarded as relegation candidates’ said Sharpe.

NEXT PREM BOSS OUT….4/7 Grant; 11/4 Mancini; 9/2 Hodgson; 6 McCarthy; 9 Ancelotti; 9 Hughes; 14 Holloway; 16 Houllier; 20 McLeish; 28 No more to go.

William Hill make favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave his job. Hills make second favourite and also offer:

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