Kelly To Replace Cahill…but He Will Not Replace Him In Starting Xi

Gary Cahill has been withdrawn from the England squad to add to Roy Hodgson’s woes and his replacement, Martin Kelly, is 1/3 with William Hill to see no action during the Three Lions three group games (9/4 to make any kind of appearance vs France, Ukraine or Sweden). Cahill’s injury means that a maximum of 10 of Saturday’s XI vs Belgium will be able to start against France and Hills offer 7/1 that all ten of those take their places next week. The most likely, however, is eight of the players to start at 8/11 with nine at Even money.

“Cahill will be a big loss considering the fact that it looked like he was going to be starting alongside Terry and now it looks like Lescott will have to step up to the plate,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

How any of England’s starting XI vs Belgium will start against France: 25/1 seven or fewer; 8/11 eight; 1/1 nine; 7/1 ten

Martin Kelly to make any kind of appearance during England’s group stages: 9/4 yes; 1/3 no

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
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Uncapped England Stars Backed To Grab Caps…goal-line Technology Just 2/1 For Next Season

James Milner and Joleon Lescott took the press conference today and while Lescott looks certain to start, James Milner looks less likely, with William Hill making him 4/9 to start the match on the bench (13/8 to start match on pitch). With Roy Hodgson confirming that Wayne Rooney will not be taking part in any of the game on Saturday, Hills are betting on who will start up front and with Danny Welbeck suffering with a slight injury, Hills make Andy Carroll 1/6 to lead the line, while Jermain Defoe is 6/4 to do so.

There will be three uncapped players who will be hoping to make an impact in Norway (Martin Kelly, John Ruddy and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain) and Hills offer 2/1 that all three win their first caps while 10/1 is offered that none of them do.

It has been confirmed that goal-line technology will be used for England’s home game against Belgium on the 2nd June and William Hill are offering 2/1 (from an original 6/1) that it is introduced into the Premier League by the start of next season (it is 4/11 for it to not be in place).

“The move towards getting goal-line technology appears to be gathering momentum and we are now the shortest price ever for it to be introduced next season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

James Milner to start vs Norway: 4/9 no; 13/8 yes

Start up front:
Carroll: 1/6 yes; 7/2 no
Defoe: 6/4 yes; 1/2 no

Uncapped players to earn a cap vs Norway (Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kelly, Ruddy): 10/1 none; 2/1 one; 8/13 two; 2/1 three

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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You Bet These Kids Can Make It To The Top

YOU BET THESE YOUNGSTERS WILL MAKE IT INTO ENGLAND SENIOR TEAM

WITH England’s younger potential stars having been in international action recently, William Hill are offering punters the opportunity of betting on whether they will make it into the senior side at some stage, or fall by the wayside. ‘Football history is full of highly touted youngsters who didn’t train on, but maybe this generation will be different – and we certainly think Phil Jones (1/8), Chris Smalling (1/6) and Kyle Walker (1/5) have what it takes to make it at the highest level’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

To play for the England Men’s Senior England Football team:-

Ross Barkley 4/1 (1/7 no)
Frank Fielding 5/4 (4/7 no)
Ryan Bertrand 2/1 (4/11 no)
Kyle Walker 1/5 (10/3 no)
Danny Rose 1/ 2 (6/4 no)
Tom Cleverley 6/4 (1/2 no)
Conor Wickham 4/6 (11/10 no)
Phil Jones 1/8 (9/2 no)
Chris Smalling 1/6 (7/2 no)
Andre Wisdom 5/1 (1/9 no)
Conor Coady 3/1 (2/9 no)
Jonjo Shelvey 2/1 (4/11 no)
Scott Dann 4/5 (10/11 no)
Nathanial Chalobah 2/1 (4/11 no)
Josh McEacharan 2/5 (7/4 no)
Martin Kelly 1/8 (9/2no)
Jack Robinson 5/4 (4/7 no)
Raheem Stirling Evs (8/11 no)
Ravel Morrison 3/1 (2/9 no)
Hallam Hope 2/1 (4/11 no)
Harry Kane 11/10 (4/6 no)
Michael Ngoo 5/2 (2/7 no)

Singles, doubles, trebles etc acceped.
Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

T: 020 8918 3731
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TWITTER- @sharpeangle

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You Believe That Children Are (england’s) Future!!!

England U21s take on Denmark U21s on Thursday and William Hill have opened betting on which of English Football’s hottest prospects will make the grade and represent the England senior team. Jack Rodwell, Chris Smalling and Alex Oxlaide-Chamberlain are all 1/5 to do so, while Ipswich whizz kid, Connor Wickham, is 1/4. Daniel Sturridge has found form whilst on loan at Bolton and he is 4/6, while his current teammate, Fabrice Muamba, who is third in the all time list of U21 appearances, is 5/6 to make a senior appearance.

“The Under 21 side is stuffed full of future England stars and contrary to popular belief the Three Lions have a very bright future indeed,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

England U21s are priced at 6/5 to come home from Denmark with a victory in the bag, while the hosts are 9/5. They are the 4/1 second favourites to win the U21 European Championships.

William Hill England U21 Odds:

U21 European Championships: 5/2 Spain; 4/1 England; 5/1 Czech Republic; 6/1 Denmark; 8/1 Switzerland; 8/1 Ukraine; 9/1 Iceland; 20/1 Belarus

90 Minutes Betting: 9/5 Denmark U21; 6/5 England U21; 11/5 Draw

Youth Players To Make The Senior England Squad:
Jack Rodwell 1/5 Yes; 10/3 No
Phil Jones 2/5 Yes; 7/4 No
Chris Smalling 1/5 Yes; 10/3 No
Martin Kelly 1/3 Yes; 9/4 No
Jack Robinson 2/1 Yes; 4/11 No
Raheem Sterling 1/2 Yes; 6/4 No
Connor Wickham 1/4 Yes; 11/4 No
Josh McEacheran 1/2 Yes; 6/4 No
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 1/5 Yes; 10/3 No
Daniel Sturridge 4/6 Yes; 11/10 No
Fabrice Muamba 5/6 Yes; 5/6 No

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

Additional Info: http://sports.williamhill.com/bet/en-gb/betting/y/5/Football.html

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You Bet Carragher First To Foul Fernando

Jamie Carragher 6/1 to foul Spaniard first:
YOU BET THEY’LL BE LINING UP TO FOUL TORRES!!

WITH Fernando Torres set to make his Chelsea debut against his former team-mates at Liverpool this weekend, William Hill have opened a book on which of those team-mates will be the first to foul him. ‘Of course not one Liverpool player will wish Torres anything other than a successful career at Chelsea, nor will any of them wish to be found guilty of foul play against him – but it is inevitable that one or more of them will foul him, and we rate Jamie Crragher as the most likely to do so first’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

First Liverpool Player To Foul Torres

Jamie Carragher 6/1 ….Martin Skrtel 7/1 ….Sotirios Kyrgiakos 7/1 ….Daniel Agger 8/1 …..Lucas 9/1 …Steven Gerrard 9/1 ….Martin Kelly 10/1 ….Fabio Aurelio 11/1 ….Glen Johnson 11/1 ….Jay Spearing 11/1 ….Raul Meireles 11/1 …Danny Wilson 12/1 ….Christian Poulsen 14/1 ….Joe Cole 16/1 ….Jonjo Shelvey 16/1 ….Dirk Kuyt 20/1 …Pepe Reina 20/1 ….David Ngog 25/1 ….Luis Suarez 25/1 ….Maxi Rodriguez 25/1 ….Milan Jovanovic 33/1

One fifth one,two, three.

How Many Different Liverpool Players Will Commit A Foul On Torres?

0-1 4/1 ………2-3 11/8 …..4-5 7/4 …..6 or more 3/1

**Torres MUST start the game or bets void.

Any player to receive a straight red card for a foul on Fernando Torres – 33/1

Number of players booked for fouling Torres – 0 – 8/13; 1 or more – 6/5.

TORRES is 11/10 to score in the game with Hills, who also offer…. 10/3 to score the first goal, 10/3 the last; 9/2 to score two or more, 25/1 hat trick, 7/4 Torres to score in a Chelsea win.

MATCH ODDS….8/13 Chelsea; 13/5 draw; Liverpool 5/1

WILL HARRY GET BECKS?

William Hill offer 5/2 that David Beckham will become a Spurs’player at any stage of next season, 2/7 that he will not. ‘Harry Redknapp still seems keen on bringing Beckham to White Hart Lane’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

WHO WILL BE ADAM’S FAMILY ON FIRST DAY OF NEXT SEASON?

WITH Blackpool’s Charlie Adam apprently determined to quit the club, William Hill are betting on where he will be playing his football on the first day of next season, and make Liverpool the 11/10 favourites. ‘It appears very unlikely that Charlie Adam will remain a Blackpool player once this season is over and Liverpool appear to be the leading contenders for his signature’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
**Charlie Adam’s club on the 1st day of the Premier League season 2011/12:
Liverpool….11/10

Tottenham….10/3

Man Utd…..5/1

Blackpool….5/1

Everton……9/1

Aston Villa….10/1

Newcastle…12/1

Others on Request.

Loan Deals Count.

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Form Orderly Queue – Who Will Be First To Foul Torres And How Many Will Do It ?

FORM AN ORDERLY QUEUE, GENTLEMEN…….CARRAGHER FAVOURITE TO BE FIRST LIVERPOOL PLAYER TO FOUL TORRES

WITH Fernando Torres set to make his Chelsea debut against his former team-mates at Liverpool this weekend, William Hill have opened a book on which of those team-mates will be the first to foul him. ‘Of course not one Liverpool player will wish Torres anything other than a successful career at Chelsea, nor will any of them wish to be found guilty of foul play against him – but it is inevitable that one or more of them will foul him, and we rate Jamie Crragher as the most likely to do so first’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

First Liverpool Player To Foul Torres

Jamie Carragher
6/1

Martin Skrtel
7/1

Sotirios Kyrgiakos
7/1

Daniel Agger
8/1

Lucas
9/1

Steven Gerrard
9/1

Martin Kelly
10/1

Fabio Aurelio
11/1

Glen Johnson
11/1

Jay Spearing
11/1

Raul Meireles
11/1

Danny Wilson
12/1

Christian Poulsen
14/1

Joe Cole
16/1

Jonjo Shelvey
16/1

Dirk Kuyt
20/1

Pepe Reina
20/1

David Ngog
25/1

Luis Suarez
25/1

Maxi Rodriguez
25/1

Milan Jovanovic
33/1

One fifth one,two, three.

How Many Different Liverpool Players Will Commit A Foul On Torres?

0-1
4/1

2-3
11/8

4-5
7/4

6 or more
3/1

Torres MUST start the game or bets void.

Any player to receive a straight red card for a foul on Fernando Torres – 33/1

WHERE WILL CITY FINISH?

A draw against Birmingham has dented Man City’s title hopes, and William Hill now make them 16/1 FOURTH favourites to finish top of the table, and have opened a book on where they will finish – offering 16/1 top; 5/1 second; 2/1 3rd; 6/4 4th; 3/1 5th or lower.
Hills now make Man C 1/4 to win NOTHING this season while Mancini is 6/4 to be gone by the first day of next season, 1/2 to survive into next season. ‘City are losing touch with the top two and Mancini may be losing touch with his job if they slip out of the top four’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills NOW MAKE MAN U 4/7 TITLE FAVOURITES, WITH ARSENAL AT 11/4 , CHELSEA 13/2, CITY 16/1, AND SPURS 66/1.

TO FINISH IN TOP 4 -1/14 CHELSEA; 1/4 CITY; 7/4 SPURS; 9/1 LIVERPOOL

RELEGATION…2/5 Wigan(7/4 stay up); 4/7 Wolves(5/4); 8/11 W Ham (Evens); 15/8 WBA; 5/2 Blackpool; Birmingham; 9/2 Fulham; 9 Villa; 12 Newcastle.

Hills….Highest Scoring Premier League Match?

Man City vs West Brom
9/2

Everton vs Blackpool
6/1

Chelsea vs Liverpool
13/2

Tottenham vs Bolton
13/2

Newcastle vs Arsenal
7/1

West Ham vs Birmingham
7/1

Wolves vs Man Utd
8/1

Aston Villa vs Fulham
9/1

Wigan vs Blackburn
11/1

Stoke vs Sunderland
14/1

Dead heat rules apply. EW 1/5 1,2,3. All games must be played or bets void.

Hills…..WEEKEND PREM SPECIALS……..

Fastest Scoring Premier League Team

Everton
7/1

Man City
7/1

Man Utd
10/1

Tottenham
10/1

Arsenal
11/1

Chelsea
11/1

Aston Villa
12/1

West Ham
12/1

Blackburn
14/1

Wigan
14/1

Birmingham
16/1

Stoke
16/1

Fulham
18/1

Newcastle
18/1

Blackpool
20/1

Liverpool
20/1

Sunderland
20/1

West Brom
20/1

Bolton
25/1

Wolves
25/1

Dead heat rules apply. EW 1/4 1,2,3,4. All games must be played or bets void.

Highest Scoring Premier League Team

Man City
5/1

Everton
7/1

Man Utd
7/1

Tottenham
7/1

Arsenal
8/1

Chelsea
8/1

Aston Villa
12/1

Birmingham
16/1

Stoke
18/1

Blackburn
20/1

Blackpool
20/1

West Ham
20/1

Wigan
20/1

Sunderland
28/1

Bolton
33/1

Fulham
33/1

Liverpool
33/1

Newcastle
33/1

West Brom
40/1

Wolves
40/1

Dead heat rules apply. EW 1/4 1,2,3,4. All games must be played or bets void.

RED CARDS IN PREM

None
9/2

One
9/5

Two or more
8/11

HAT-TRICK SCORED?

Yes
9/2

No
1/8

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You Bet Carragher First To Foul Fernando

Jamie Carragher 6/1 to foul Spaniard first:
YOU BET THEY’LL BE LINING UP TO FOUL TORRES!!

WITH Fernando Torres set to make his Chelsea debut against his former team-mates at Liverpool this weekend, William Hill have opened a book on which of those team-mates will be the first to foul him. ‘Of course not one Liverpool player will wish Torres anything other than a successful career at Chelsea, nor will any of them wish to be found guilty of foul play against him – but it is inevitable that one or more of them will foul him, and we rate Jamie Crragher as the most likely to do so first’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

First Liverpool Player To Foul Torres

Jamie Carragher 6/1 ….Martin Skrtel 7/1 ….Sotirios Kyrgiakos 7/1 ….Daniel Agger 8/1 …..Lucas 9/1 …Steven Gerrard 9/1 ….Martin Kelly 10/1 ….Fabio Aurelio 11/1 ….Glen Johnson 11/1 ….Jay Spearing 11/1 ….Raul Meireles 11/1 …Danny Wilson 12/1 ….Christian Poulsen 14/1 ….Joe Cole 16/1 ….Jonjo Shelvey 16/1 ….Dirk Kuyt 20/1 …Pepe Reina 20/1 ….David Ngog 25/1 ….Luis Suarez 25/1 ….Maxi Rodriguez 25/1 ….Milan Jovanovic 33/1

One fifth one,two, three.

How Many Different Liverpool Players Will Commit A Foul On Torres?

0-1 4/1 ………2-3 11/8 …..4-5 7/4 …..6 or more 3/1

**Torres MUST start the game or bets void.

Any player to receive a straight red card for a foul on Fernando Torres – 33/1

Number of players booked for fouling Torres – 0 – 8/13; 1 or more – 6/5.

TORRES is 11/10 to score in the game with Hills, who also offer…. 10/3 to score the first goal, 10/3 the last; 9/2 to score two or more, 25/1 hat trick, 7/4 Torres to score in a Chelsea win.

MATCH ODDS….8/13 Chelsea; 13/5 draw; Liverpool 5/1

WILL HARRY GET BECKS?

William Hill offer 5/2 that David Beckham will become a Spurs’player at any stage of next season, 2/7 that he will not. ‘Harry Redknapp still seems keen on bringing Beckham to White Hart Lane’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

WHO WILL BE ADAM’S FAMILY ON FIRST DAY OF NEXT SEASON?

WITH Blackpool’s Charlie Adam apprently determined to quit the club, William Hill are betting on where he will be playing his football on the first day of next season, and make Liverpool the 11/10 favourites. ‘It appears very unlikely that Charlie Adam will remain a Blackpool player once this season is over and Liverpool appear to be the leading contenders for his signature’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
**Charlie Adam’s club on the 1st day of the Premier League season 2011/12:
Liverpool….11/10

Tottenham….10/3

Man Utd…..5/1

Blackpool….5/1

Everton……9/1

Aston Villa….10/1

Newcastle…12/1

Others on Request.

Loan Deals Count.

Further information……graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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