New Low For Chelsea ?

A NEW LOW FOR CHELSEA?

Germany boss Joachim Low has emerged as a punters’ favourite to become the next permanent (one year contract or longer) Chelsea manager, with William Hill trimming his odds from 12/1 to 9/1 fifth favourite. ‘The market has been dominated by media talk of Mourinho’s possible return, while our best backed contender early on has been Rafa Benitez. However, a few shrewd clients have been nibbling at the Low price – which makes a change!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

TO BE NEXT PERMANENT CHELSEA MANAGER- 7/4 Mourinho; 3/1 Benitez; 11/2 Pep; 8/1 Di Matteo; 9/1 Low; Capello; 14 Moyes. Others on request.

CHELSEA PLAYERS STILL THERE ON DAY 1 NEXT SEASON?
Ashley Cole – Yes 1/7
Ashley Cole – No 4/1
Didier Drogba – Yes 6/5
Didier Drogba – No 8/13
Frank Lampard – Yes 8/11
Frank Lampard – No 1/1
John Terry – Yes 1/5
John Terry – No 10/3
Petr Cech – Yes 1/16
Petr Cech – No 7/1
Fernando Torres – Yes 8/15
Fernando Torres – No 11/8
Daniel Sturridge – Yes 1/5
Daniel Sturridge – No 10/3
LOAN DEALS WILL COUNT

INCE IN RUNNING AT WOLVES?

PAUL INCE has been backed from 20/1 to 8/1 third favourite with Hills to become the next permanent Wolves’ boss. Caretaker, Terry Connor is the current Even money favourite with Steve Bruce at 7/1; Alan Curbishley and Dougie Freedman both 14/1.

NEXT ENGLAND BOSS…1/7 Redknap; 8/1 Pearce; 9/1 Guardiola; 12/1 Mourinho; 14/1 Hodgson; 16/1 Hiddink; 25/1 O’Neill.

NEXT PERMANENT SPURS BOSS…7/2 Mourinho; 9/2 Moyes; 10 Ancelotti; Hughton; Klinsmann; Rodgers. Others on request.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
TWITTER- @shareangle

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

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Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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William Hill Premier League Specials

William Hill PREMIER LEAGUE SPECIALS…………….

TO WIN PREM TITLE- 8/11 Man C; 5/4 Man U; 14/1 Spurs; 80/1 Chelsea.

TOP 4 FINISH – 1/ 2 Chelsea; 9/4 Liverpool; 5/2 Arsenal; 20/1 Newcastle. Others on request.

BOSS BOTHER

Mick McCarthy still Wolves boss 1st day of next season? –1/ 2 No; 6/4 Yes
Arsene Wenger still Arsenal boss 1s day next season?- 11/10 No – 4/6 Yes
AVB still Chelsea boss 1st day next season? – 4/6 yes; 11/10 no
Mancini still Chelsea boss 1st day next season? – 1/ 2 yes; 6/4 no

Mourinho’s next club – 4/1 Man C/Man U/Spurs; 6 Arsenal; 8 England; 12 Chelsea. Others on request.

NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO 1/ 2 McCarthy; 5/1 Kean; 8/1 AVB; 10 Coyle;Martinez; Redknapp; 11 McLeish. Others on request.

TORRES 7/4 FOR FOUR MORE BLANKS

William Hill offer 2/1 that Torres will finally break his latest goal drought, against Man U on Sunday; 11/4 that he does so away at Everton; 4/1 at home to Birmingam; 10/1 away v Napoli. He is 7/4 not to score in any of those games.

Premier League Weekend Specials:

Highest Scoring Match:
10/3 Arsenal/Blackburn
4/1 Man City/Fulham
7/1 Norwich/Bolton
8/1 QPR/Wolves
8/1 Newcastle/Aston Villa
8/1 Chelsea/Man Utd
8/1 Liverpool/Tottenham
10/1 Wigan/Everton
10/1 Stoke/Sunderland
10/1 West Brom/Swansea

Highest Scoring Team: 4/1 Arsenal; 9/2 Manchester City; 8/1 Norwich; 8/1 QPR; 8/1 Newcastle; 14/1 Stoke; 14/1 West Brom; 14/1 Chelsea; 14/1 Liverpool; 14/1 Everton; 16/1 Bolton; 16/1 Sunderland; 16/1 Swansea; 16/1 Tottenham; 20/1 Manchester Utd; 20/1 Wigan; 20/1 Wolves; 20/1 Aston Villa; 25/1 Blackburn; 33/1 Fulham

Fastest scoring team: 8/1 Arsenal; 8/1 Manchester City; 12/1 Norwich; 12/1 QPR; 12/1 Newcastle; 14/1 Everton; 14/1 Manchester United; 16/1 Stoke; 16/1 West Brom; 16/1 Wigan;16/1 Chelsea; 16/1 Liverpool; 16/1 Bolton; 16/1 Wolves; 16/1 Sunderland; 16/1 Swansea; 16/1 Tottenahm; 20/1 Aston Villa; 25/1 Fulham; 25/1 Blackburn

Total Red Cards: 7/2 none; 2/1 one; 2/1 two; 2/1 three or more

Hat trick scored? – 4/1 yes; 1/7 no

RELEGATION – 2/9 Wigan (3/1 stay up); 8/13 Wolves; Blackburn (6/5 stay up); Evens Bolton (8/11);9/4 QPR; 9 Swansea; 10 WBA
FINISH BOTTOM – 10/11 Wigan; 9/2 Wolves; Blackburn; 6 Bolton; 10 QPR. Others on request

TO WIN FA TROPHY- 5/1 York; 11/2 GrimsBy; Cambridge U; 7/1 Kiddie/LTFC; 9 Gateshead; 12 Dartford; 50 Wealdstone.Others on request.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
Twitter- @sharpeangle

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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You Bet Arsene’s Gunner Go Nowhere

YOU BET ARSENE’S GUNNER GO NOWHERE!

William Hill have lengthened their odds about Arsene Wenger leaving Arsenal before the end of the season from 9/4 to 5/2 following their impressive comeback against Udinese. Wenger has also been lengthened from 6/1 to 13/2 to be the next boss to go. ‘Maybe Arsenal’s luck has turned – but they’ll need to produce another decent performance against Manchester United at the weekend to avoid further criticism.’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill…Arsene Wenger still to be Gunners’ boss on final day of season – 2/7 yes; 5/2 no
Wenger next Prem boss to leave his job – 13/2
Next Arsenal manager: 5 O’Neill; 6 Garde; 7 Mourinho; 10 Hiddink; 12 Van Basten; 14 Coyle.
Sunday’s match – 4/9 Man U; 14/5 draw; Arsenal 5/1

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: 15/8 Barcelona; 9/2 Real M; 7 Man U; 8 Chelsea; 12 Man C; 16 Arsenal; Bayern M; 20 AC

Prem team to go furthest:
15/8 Man U

2 Chelsea

11/4 Man C

4 Arsenal

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702
Twitter – @sharpeangle

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Mc Leish 10/1 To Stay At Villa Until 2015 As Chelsea Market Suspended And Pearce Odds Drift

McLEISH 10/1 TO STAY AT VILLA UNTIL 2015

AFTER HIS FIRST PRESS CONFERENCE as Villa boss, William Hill offer 10/1 that Alex McLeish will remain in the position until 2015, but believe he will lead the club to 8th-10th position next season – which they quote at 6/4, and make them 14/1 to finish in the top four and 20/1 to go down.
**Hills make Villa 13/8 to win their opening game against 11/8 Fulham with the draw a 21/10 chance. ‘As he commented himself, it is vital for McLeish to get off to a winning start if he is to get Villa fans on his side’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

When Will McLEISH Leave Villa?
2011 6/1
2012 6/4
2013 5/2
2014 4/1
2015 + 10/1

Where Will Villa Finish?

Top 4 14/1
5th To 7th 15/8
8th To 10th 6/4
11th To 14th 4/1
15th To 17th 7/1
Relegated 20/1
PEARCE ENGLAND BOSS ODDS LENGTHENED

Following England’s disappointing elimination from the U21s tournament William Hill have more than doubled Stuart Pearce’s odds from 6/1 to 16/1 to succeed Fabio Capello as England boss. ‘Stuart’s side failed to win a game and couldn’t hold on to a late lead in their most vital game. Very few associated with the side have enhanced their reputations’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill– NEXT ENGLAND MANAGER- 6/4 Redknapp; 6/1 O’Neill; 8/1 Southgate; 9/1 Hodgson; 14/1 Bruce; Mourinho; 16 Allardyce; Pearce. Others on request.

How many of the starting XI for Czech Rep u21 v England U21 will make the final England Euro 2012 squad?

Under 3 5/4
3-4 7/4
5-6 7/2
7 or more 6/1

England must qualify for Euro 2012 or bets void.
Frank Fielding

Ryan Bertrand

Kyle Walker

Phil Jones

Chris Smalling

Tom Cleverley

Fabrice Muamba

Jordan Henderson

Scott Sinclair

Daniel Sturridge

Danny Welbeck

SPAIN ARE NOW 1/3 FAVOURITES TO WIN THE U21 TOURNAMENT WITH Hills WHO ALSO OFFER 4/1 SWITZERLAND; 6/1 CZECH REP; 25/1 BELARUS

CHELSEA BOSS MARKET SUSPENDED

William Hill have suspended their market on the next Chelsea manager after a surge of support for Andre Villas-Boas saw his odds slashed from 8/1 to 11/10. ‘It appears that Villas-Boas has the job for the asking but we may reopen on Tuesday morning if there have been no further developments’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
CHELSEA ODDS AT TIME OF SUSPENSION….4/6 Hiddink; 11/10 Villas-Boas; 16 Hughes; 20 Redknapp.

MANAGERIAL MARKETS…….CHRIS HUGHTON IS 2/7 FAVOURITE TO BECOME BIRMINGHAM boss with Hills who make Di Matteo 5/2 with Zola 6/1.
SEAN DYCHE is Even money favourite to become Watford manager with Hills who make Mark Robins 11/4 with Graham Westley 7/2.

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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Hiddink Backed For Chelsea Job As Bolton Punter Stakes £80,000 On Barca And Adam Backed To Go From Pool To Pool.

PUNTERS EXPECT CHELSEA TO BE DRIVEN BY VAN NEXT

MARCO VAN BASTEN is 6/4 favourite with William Hill to succeed Carlo Ancelotti as Chelsea boss. Hills make Guus Hiddink 5/2 second favourite after support from 4/1, with original favourite Villas Boas 7/2 third favourite, with Mourinho at 4/1; Redknapp 11/2; Guardiola 7/1; Rijkaard 8/1; Mark Hughes 16/1; Blanc, Capello, Clarke, Deschamps, Grant, O’Neill. ‘The market is already looking lively, suggesting there will not be an imminent appointment’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Bolton man’s £80,000 Barca gamble as:
UNITED 3/1 TO BEAT BARCA IN 90 MINS

MANCHESTER UNITED are the longest odds they have been all season to win a game in 90minutes play as they prepare to take on Barcelona in the Champions League, with William Hill offering them at 3/1 to clinch victory without having to worry about extra time or a penalty shot-out. Barca are 21/20 for a 90min win with the draw 21/10.
**ONE William Hill ONLINE CLIENT FROM BOLTON HAS STAKED FIVE BETS, TOTALLING £80,000 ON BARCA LIFTING THE TROPHY AT ODDS OF 1/2. ‘We don’t recall ever taking a larger bet on the outcome of the Champions League’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. ’This chap is evidently not superstitious, as he placed three of his bets, totaling £50,000 on Friday 13th!’
Hills offer 5/1 that the game, on which they anticipate in excess of £10m being gambled industry wide, does go to a penalty shoot out.
Hills offer 21/20 that both sides will score in 90m, 7/10 that they don’t, and they go 4/7 that 2 or fewer goals will be scored in 90m, 13/10 three or more.
Barca are 5/1 to win both halves, United 14/1 with Hills who make Barca 17/2 to come from behind to win, United 14/1 to do likewise.
Hills…TO WIN TROPY – 1/ 2 Barca; 13/8 Man U

YOU BET ADAM WILL MOVE FROM ONE ‘POOL TO ANOTHER!

LIVERPOOL have been backed from 3/1 to 9/4 favourite with William Hill to sign Charlie Adam from Blackpool. Hills make Manchester United 5/2 second favourites to be his next port of call . ‘His performance against United will have won him new admirers, but punters clearly think it is between Liverpool and United to snap him up.’
Charlie Adam Next Club

Liverpool 9/4
Man Utd 5/2
Tottenham 9/2
Aston Villa 5/1
Bolton 12/1
Everton 12/1
Chelsea16/1
Arsenal 16/1
Man City 20/1
Others on request.

Hills– Prem Relegation 2011/12

Norwich8/13 (6/5 stay up)
QPR11/10 (4/6)
Wigan5/2
Wolves5/2
Blackburn7/2
West Brom4/1
Sunderland7/1
Bolton8/1
Stoke8/1
Fulham8/1
Newcastle10/1
Aston Villa16/1
Everton40/1
Liverpool250/1
Tottenham250/1
Arsenal500/1
Man City1000/1
Chelsea1000/1
Man Utd1000/1

TO WIN PREM NEXT SEASON….7/4 Man U; 9/4 Chelsea; 7/2 Man C; 5/1 Arsenal; 14/1 Liverpool; 40/1 Spurs; 250/1 Villa; 300 Everton; 1000 Bolton, Fulham, Newcastle, Sunderland; 1500 QPR; Stoke; WBA; 2000 Blackburn; 2500/1 Woves; 4000 Wigan; 5000 Norwich.

Hills…..Number of relegated teams to come straight back up 2011/12

Three..50/1
Two….4/1
One….10/11
None….6/5

Hills…..Championship Promotion 2011/12

West Ham 15/8
Birmingham 2/1
Blackpool 4/1

Hills….To Win Championship 2011/12

West Ham 6/1
Birmingham 8/1
Blackpool 14/1

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

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Dominant Barca 2/1 To Win At Least Next Three La Liga Titles

Barcelona secured their third successive La Liga title with a draw against Levante and William Hill are offering 2/1 that they continue their impressive streak by winning at least the next three. They are 11/4 to win next year’s title and then relinquish their dominant grip. Barcelona are 1/2 to win La Liga next year, while Real Madrid are 13/8.

“Barcelona have dominated La Liga for the last three years and odds of 2/1 suggest that their dominance will continue for some time yet,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Real Madrid have been notoriously cut-throat with their managers over recent years although Hills offer 4/6 that Mourinho is still manager of Real on the first day of next season, while his Barca counterpart, Pep Guardiola, is 1/12 to still be at the Nou Camp next season.

William Hill Odds:

Barcelona Consecutive La Liga Wins*: 13/8 Three; 11/4 Four; 9/2 Five; 2/1 Six or more
*Currently 3 consecutive

La Liga 2011/12: 1/2 Barcelona; 13/8 Real Madrid; others on request

Jose Mourinho To Be At Real Madrid On First Day Of Next Season: 4.6 Yes; 11/10 No

Pep Guardiola to be at Barcelona on first day of next season: 1/12 Yes; 6/1 No

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

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16/1 Jose To See Red – 25/1 Jose To Be Red !

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

JOSE 16/1 TO BE SENT OFF AGAIN

FOLLOWING the controversial scenes at the first leg of the Bareclona- Real Madrid Champions League semi, William Hill are offering 16/1 that Joe Mourinho will see red again. And Hills are also betting on how many players Real will end up with on the pitch and offer 2/5 all eleven; 9/4 just ten; 5/1 nine or fewer.

**Hills….Barcelona v Real Madrid – Champions League Semi Final Second Leg – Kick Off 7.45pm – Live on Sky

Two of the World’s best players, Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, feature in this Champions League Semi Final second leg. Will one of them score a hat-trick?MESSI OR RONALDO to score a hat-trick– 10/1

Total Champions League Semi Final Goals
under 5….7/4
5-6……….13/8
7 or more…6/4
Extra time included.

Highest Scoring Match
Barcelona v Real Madrid..11/10
Man Utd v Schalke……..5/4
Tie…………………………11/4
Extra time included for this bet.

Highest Scoring Team
Man Utd……….11/10
Barcelona………6/5
Real Madrid………6/1
Schalke…………16/1
Dead heat rules apply. Win only. Extra time included for bet.

Fastest Scoring Team
Barcelona……7/4
Man Utd……..7/4
Real Madrid….10/3
Schalke………9/2

Dead heat rules apply. WIN ONLY.

Barcelona vs Real Madrid
Guardiola sent off – 25/1
Mourinho sent off – 16/1
Any player to be booked for ‘similuation’ in Barcelona vs Real Madrid – 13/8
Any substitute to be sent off – 12/1
Refers to a non-playing substitute at time of sending off.

Barcelona win in extra time – 40/1
Real Madrid win in extra time – 66/1
Barcelona win on penalties – 100/1
Real Madrid win on penalties – 100/1

Man Utd win in extra time – 50/1
Schalke win in extra time – 100/1
Man Utd win on penalties – 125/1
Schalke win on penalties – 125/1

SECOND LEG SPECIALS (90M UNLESS SPECIFIED)

TO PROGRESS…1/100 Barcelona; 16/1 Real

90m -7/10 Barca; 13/5 draw; Real 4/1

Both teams score – 8/13 yes; 6/5 no
Come from behind to win- Barca 6/1; Real 14/1
Lead half time but not win game – 10 Barca; 17/2 Real
Either side score in 1st 15m – 2/1
Own goal scored – 13/2
Score in both halves – Barca 13/10; Real 15/4
Keep clean sheet – Barca 11/8; Real 9/2
Score 1st goal – 4/9 Barca; 14 none scored; Real 17/10
Goals in 90m – 5/4 2 or less; 11/4 – 3; 8/5 4 or more.
Guardiola sent off – 25/1

TO WIN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE…8/15 Barca; 13/8 Man U; 40/1 Real; 150/1 Schalke

WIN-R/UP….4/7 Bar/MU; 17/10 MU/Bar; 20 Bar/Sch; 40 Real/MU; 50 MU/Real; 66 Sch/Bar; 300 Real/Sch; 1000 Sch/Real

William Hill make Jose Mourinho odds-on still to be Real Madrid boss on the first day of next season, despite his outspoken remarks after the defeat to Barcelona. ‘Most Real – and probably Chelsea and Inter – fans will empathise with Mourinho’s comments, controversial though they are. He is shrewd enough to know that, and as well as removing responsibility for defeat from himself he is also keeping the fans onside for a further stint with Real, in case those same comments may not have gone down well with potential future employers’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills….Mourinho’s Club First Day Of EPL Season 2011/12
Real Madrid….. 4/6
Man City ……..2/1
Chelsea………. 8/1
Inter …………..25/1
Liverpool …….25/1
Man Utd …….25/1
Tottenham ….25/1
AC Milan …….40/1
Arsenal ……….40/1
England national team… 50/1
Others on request.

Further information…graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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14/1 Pep And Jose To Go Before Next Season

******************************William Hill SPANISH SHOWDOWN SPECIAL*********************************

REAL DEAL? WILL BOTH JOSE AND PEP MOVE ON BEFORE NEXT SEASON?

William Hill offer 14/1 that both Jose Mourino and Pep Guardiola will have left their clubs by the start of next season; 8/11 that both will still be with the same club, and 11/10 that one of the two will have moved on. ‘These are two of the most highly coveted managers in world football and both seem to be enhancing their reputations this season so they are sure to receive tempting offers before the new season gets under way’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

REAL MADRID are 7/4 to win the first leg – and 7/1 both legs- of their all Spanish Champions League semi final against Barcelona with William Hill who offer 7/2 that Jose Pep Guardola’s side will win both legs against their deadly rivals.
Hills are betting on whether Ronaldo or Messi will score the most goals in the first leg and offer 4/5 tie; 5/2 Messi; 5/2 Ronaldo. Hills also offer 5/1 that BOTH Ronaldo and Messi will score.

Hills….RONALDO – 5/2; TIE – 4/5; MESSI – 5/2

WIN BOTH LEGS –
REAL MADRID – 7/1
BARCELONA – 7/2

PEP/MOURINHO STILL THERE 1ST DAY NEXT SEASON –
NONE – 14/1
ONE – 11/10
BOTH – 8/11

William Hill odds…..
90m…7/4 Real; 19/10 draw; 9/5 Barca
To progress- 13/8 Real; 4/9 Barca.
Both sides to score – 7/10 yes; 21/20 no
How many goals in game? – 8/11 2 or less; Evens 3 or more
Real to score in both halves – 11/4; Barca – 11/4
To keep clean sheet – Real 2/1; Barca 2/1
Win to nil – Real 10/3; Barca 10/3
Win both halves- Real 7/1; Barca 7/1
Come from behind to win – Real 9/1; Barca 9/1
Penalty awarded – 11/4
1st card flourished in 1st-15th m – 8/5
Red card shown – 21/10 yes; 7/20 no
Real Madrid cards – Under 2 – 4/1; 2-3 11/8; Over 3 – 21/20
Barca cards – Under 2 – 13/5; 2-3 11/10; Over 3 – 9/5

1ST PLAYER CARDED ODDS
Sergio Ramos 8/1
Xabi Alonso 9/1
Marcelo 9/1
Daniel Alves 9/1
Lassana Diarra 10/1
Esteban Granero 10/1
Sami Khedira 10/1
Pepe 10/1
Alvaro Arbeloa 11/1
Gerard Pique 11/1
Sergio Canales 12/1
Xavi 12/1
Sergio Busquets 12/1
Javier Mascherano 12/1
Carles Puyol 12/1
Pedro Leon 14/1
Raul Albiol 14/1
Adriano 14/1
Gabriel Milito 14/1
Martin Montoya 14/1
Angel Di Maria 16/1
Ezequiel Garay 16/1
Fernando Gago 16/1
David Villa 16/1
Ibrahim Afellay 16/1
Jeffren 16/1
Seydou Keita 16/1
Thiago 16/1
Andreu Fontas 16/1
Either goalkeeper 16/1
Emmanuel Adebayor 25/1
Maxwell 25/1
Cristiano Ronaldo 33/1
Karim Benzema 33/1
Gonzalo Higuain 33/1
Mesut Ozil 33/1
Kaka 33/1
Lionel Messi 33/1
Pedro 33/1
Andres Iniesta 33/1

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Kenny Return To Succeed Benitez ?

Benitez 10/1 to be gone by midnight Sunday:
KENNY HE EVER COME BACK TO LIVERPOOL?

KENNY DALGLISH has been made 2/1 favourite to succeed Rafa Benitze as permanent Liverpool manager by William Hill, who make Rafa 10/1 to be gone by midnight on Sunday when Liverpool play Manchester United. Hills also offer 5/4 that he will be be gone before the end of the season and 4/7 that he will see the campaign out. ‘With every successive defeat, Benitez loses the support of more and more fans, and it is ultimately their reaction which will determine his long term future.’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Next Liverpool Manager K DALGLISH 2/1……J MOURINHO 4/1 …..R MANCINI 6/1…..J KLINSMANN 6/1……..F RIJKAARD 8/1…….M VAN BASTEN 10/1……M ONEILL 14/1…..M LIPPI 20/1….K KEEGAN 25/1….A CURBISHLEY 33/1…..H REDKNAPP 33/1…..P SCOLARI 33/1……S LEE 33/1……S MCLAREN 50/1…..J TOSHACK 50/1…..P INCE 100/1…..J BARNES 200/1
When Will Liverpool Next Win?……Man Utd (h)…13/8……Arsenal (a) 10/3……..Fulham (a) 5/2……Lyon (a) 8/1…….Birmingham (h) 11/2……..None Of These 25/1
CAN LIVERPOOL QUALIFY? YOU BET THEY WON’T!

William Hill have lengthend their odds for Liverpool to make it through the Group stage of the Champions League from Evens to 5/4, and now make them 4/7 from 8/11 to be eleiminated at the current stage. ‘All the cash is for Liverpool to miss out – perhaps it is pessimistic fans looking for a few quid if the worst scenario unfolds’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe,
Next Middlesbrough Manager
William Hill have installed Gordon Strachan as 4/9 favourite to succeed Gareth Southgate as permanent Boro boss.
G STRACHAN 4/9 N PEARSON 10/1 P INCE 12/1 A CURBISHLEY 16/1 K KEEGAN 20/1 G SOUNESS 20/1
G HODDLE 20/1 D O’LEARY 25/1 S MCLAREN 25/1 T MOWBRAY 33/1
WHEN WILL ISPWICH FINALLY WIN?

William Hill offer 9/2 that Ipswich will fail to win in their next five matches – and 11/8 that Roy Keane fails to see out the season as boss.
When Will Ipswich Next Win?….. Plymouth (a) 8/5… Derby (h) 5/2…..Reading (a) 6/1……Sheff Wed (h) 6/1…….Cardiff (a) 20/1……..None Of These 9/2
Roy Keane To See Out The Season?……Yes……8/15 No ……..11/8
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7/1 Prem Title Decided On Goal Difference

7/1TITLE RACE TO GO DOWN TO WIRE

William Hill are quoting 7/1 that the Premiership title will be decided on goal difference this season. ‘It is beginning to look as though there isn’t much difference between up to half a dozen clubs, so this title race could well go all the way to the bitter end’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills NOW MAKE CHELSEA AND MAN U 7/4 joint favourites to win the title and also offer 4/1 Arsenal; 9/1 Man City; 14/1 Liverpool; 25 Spurs; 150 Villa.
Hills; Will Big 4 Be Top 4 at end of season? – 4/9 NO; 13/8 YES.

HOW MANY TIMES WILL BLUES HAVE PREM BLUES?

AFTER their unexpected defeat at Villa, William Hill have opened a book on how many Premiership matches Chelsea will lose this season, and make THREE their 7/4 favourite, also offering: 9/4 FOUR; 4/1 FIVE; 6/1 TWO; 9/1 SIX; 20/1 SEVEN or more.
‘Chelsea have looked a little complacent in the defeats by Wigan and now Villa and perhaps Ancelotti may not be the new Mourinho in terms olf titles after all!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills offer 8/15 that Ancelotti will still be Chelsea manager on the first day of next season, and 11/8 that he will not.

AFTER suffering their fourth defeat of the season, Liverpool are 7/2 to finish 6th or lower in the Premiership with William Hill who have opened a book on where they will finish, and make 5th 15/8 favourite.’Liverpool’s season is on the verge of falling apart if they aren’t careful’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills make Benitez 13/8 to be out by the end of the season but 4/9 still to be there.

Hills: WHERE WILL LIVERPOOL FINISH IN PREM?

1st
14/1

2nd
10/1

3rd
5/1

4th
9/4

5th
15/8

6th Or Lower
7/2

POMPEY 4/11 FOR DROP- PROMOTED CLUBS 14/1 FOR DROP

PORTSMOUTH ARE now 4/11 favourites to go down with William Hill, who make them 2/1 to stay up. hHills also offer 14/1 that the three prompted clubs will be the three to go down.Other Hill’s relegation odds: 4/7 Hull (5/4 stay up); 5/4 Birmingham; 6/4 Wolves; 6/4 Burnley; 9/2 West Ham; 6/1 Bolton; 13/2 wIGAN; 9/1 Blackburn.

Relegation

Portsmouth 4/11

Hull 4/7

Birmingham 5/4

Wolves 6/4

Burnley 6/4

West Ham 9/2

Bolton 6/1

Wigan 13/2

Blackburn 9/1

FIRST PREM BOSS TO GO…..Paul Hart is 11/8 FAVOURITE TO BE THE FIRST PREM BOSS TO LEAVE HIS JOB THIS SEASON WITH William Hill.’The spetre of Avram Grant
is looming over Hart and it can be only a matter of time before there is a new boss installed at Pompey’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Paul Hart
11/8

Phil Brown
5/2

Harry Redknapp
7/1

Alex McLeish
7/1

Gianfranco Zola
7/1

Gary Megson
12/1

Rafa Benitez
14/1

Sam Allardyce
20/1

Mick McCarthy
25/1

No Manager
25/1

Roberto Martinez
25/1

David Moyes
25/1

Carlo Ancelotti
25/1

Mark Hughes
33/1

Martin O’Neill
40/1

Owen Coyle
40/1

Roy Hodgson
40/1

Steve Bruce
50/1

Arsene Wenger
50/1

Sir Alex Ferguson
66/1

Tony Pulis
66/1

IPSWICH STILL KEANE ON ROY?

Despite still being without a win, Ipswich boss Roy Keane is 2/5 to still be Ipswich boss at the end of the season, and 7/4 not to.

HILL’S WITHOUT BIG 4 PREM MARKET:

W/O Big 4

Man City 1/2

Tottenham 5/2

Aston Villa 6/1

Everton 20/1

Sunderland 20/1

Stoke 80/1

Fulham 100/1

Blackburn 125/1

Further information…graham sharpe..0780 3233702

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