Manchester Utd V Chelsea Betting Tips

Premier League TV Match Betting Premier League – Manchester United v Chelsea.   Live on Sky Sports at 8:00pm on the 26th August.   Our  Premier League TV Match Betting game today comes from Old Trafford as Champions Manchester United host Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea.   Here are some key facts to note.   * Manchester […]

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Arsenal Will Gir-roud The Day They Sold Rvp

Robin van Persie looks set to sign for Manchester United and William Hill make him 8/11 to score more Premier League goals than Wayne Rooney and he is 5/6 to score 22 or more goals. Van Persie won last season’s PFA player of the year award and he is 7/2 to pick up the award again this season. The loss of van Persie could have an adverse effect on Arsenal and they are odds on, at 8/15 to finish lower than the third place they finished last season while Manchester United are 5/6 to score more than the 89 goals that they scored last term.

Van Persie is 8/1 to score four or more Premier League goals against his former club this season while he is 11/10 to outscore both Giroud and Podolski put together.

“It looks as though van Persie will hit the ground running for Manchester United and he could possibly reach a similar goals tally to what he approached last season while at the other end of the spectrum, without his goals, Arsenal’s grip on third spot may slip,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

There are a couple of names who could be elbowed out of Old Trafford following RVP’s arrival and Javier Hernandez is 7/2 to move to Arsenal from Manchester United and 9/2 to move to Spurs. Real Madrid have often been linked with the striker and he is 10/1 to move to the Bernabeu from Old Trafford. Dimitar Berbatov could also be on his way and Hills make QPR the 4/1 favourites to secure his signature upon him leaving Old Trafford.

Robin van Persie vs Rooney goals match bet: 8/11 van Persie; 1/1 Rooney

Total goals scored by van Persie in Premier League: 5/6 22 or more; 5/6 21 or fewer

7/2 Robin van Persie to win PFA player of the year 2012/13

Robin van Persie prem goals vs Arsenal: 13/8 none; 2/1 one 9/2 two; 11/2 three; 8/1 four or more

Javier Hernandez next club: 7/2 Arsenal; 9/2 Tottenham; 8/1 Liverpool; 10/1 Inter Milan; 10/1 AC Milan; 10/1 Barcelona; 10/1 Real Madrid; 10/1 Juventus; 20/1 Manchester City…others on request

Berbatov next club: 4/1 QPR; 9/2 West Ham; 11/2 Galatasaray; 11/2 Zenit St Petersburg; 7/1 AC Milan; 8/1 Sunderland…others on request

Arsenal finishing position: 9/2 higher than third; 5/2 third; 8/15 lower than third

Manchester United 2012/13 Premier League goals: 5/6 more than 89; 5/6 less than 90

Premier League winner: 5/4 Manchester City; 9/4 Manchester United; 5/1 Chelsea; 12/1 Arsenal; 16/1 Liverpool; 25/1 Tottenham; 150/1 BAR

Premier League top goalscorer: 7/1 Robin van Persie; 7/1 Sergio Aguero; 8/1 Fernando Torres; 8/1 Wayne Rooney; 16/1 Carlos Tevez; 16/1 Luis Suarez; 20/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
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Man Utd Transfers: Danny Not Nani To Stay At Old Trafford!

After a poor performance on Monday at Everton there have been reports that Nani could well be on his way out the door at Old Trafford and Hills make Zenit St Petersburg their favourite at 6/5 to sign on the dotted line. Inter Milan are 9/2 to take the winger on with Juventus, AC Milan and Real Madrid all in the running for the tricksters signature.

One player who will be staying is Danny Welbeck and he is 9/1 to be United’s top scorer this season. Hernandez is 8/1, Rooney 6/4 and new signing Robin Van Persie is the 11/8 favourite. After a terrific breakthrough season for club and country a good goal return would be expected by Sir Alex Ferguson but William Hill believe that he will get five or less goals at 2/1. It is 9/4 he will get between six and ten and 14/1 for over 20 goals.

Nani Next Club: 6/5 Zenit St Petersburg, 9/2 Inter Milan, 6/1 Anzhi, 7/1 PSG, 8/1 Juventus, 9/1 AC Milan, 12/1 Real Madrid, 14/1 Valencia, 20/1 Barcelona (Others on Request)

Nani to be at Manchester United on the 1st September 2012: 1/3 Yes, 9/4 No

Danny Welbeck Premier League goals 2012/13:

Goals: 2/1: 0-5, 9/4: 6-10, 11/4: 11-15, 4/1: 16-20, 14/1 21+

Danny Welbeck to be in the 2014 England World Cup squad: 4/6

Manchester United Top Goal Scorer (Premier League Goals Only): 11/8 Robin Van Persie, 6/4 Wayne Rooney, 8/1 Javier Hernandez, 9/1 Danny Welbeck, 10/1 Dimitar Berbatov Total Danny Welbeck

Further Information
Mark Young
PR Assistant, William Hill
Phone: 02089183981

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City To Start Season Where They Left Off…..lifting Silverware

Manchester City take on Chelsea in the traditional season curtain raiser – the Community Shield and William Hill make the League Champions 4/6 to lift the trophy and 13/10 to win in 90 minutes. Of the previous five Community Shield winners, four of them have gone on to win the Premier League and William Hill are 2/1 that this year’s winner will also lift the big prize at the end of the season. Chelsea are 11/10 to lift the trophy.

“The season’s curtain raiser is often a good indicator as to who will go on to dominate throughout the course of the season and if you think Manchester City will win the double, this is a good time to get 2/1 about them winning the league,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Robin van Persie is 6/4 to start Manchester United’s first game of the season amidst talk that Wayne Rooney has told him to join him at Old Trafford, while Manchester City also appear to be closing in on their latest big money signing. Daniel Agger is 10/3 to have moved to Manchester City by the start of the 2012/13 season.

Community Shield: 13/10 Man City, 21/10 Draw, 9/5 Chelsea.

To Lift The Trophy: 4/6 Man City, 11/10 Chelsea.

First Goal Scorer: 5/1 S Aguero, 11/2 C Tevez, 11/2 M Balotelli, 6/1 E Dzeko, 6/1 F Torres, 7/1 E Hazard, 8/1 D Sturridge, 8/1 D Silva, 9/1 F Lampard, 9/1 S Nasri, 9/1 R Lukaku, 10/1 J Mata.

2/1 The Winner of the Community Shield goes onto win the Premier League

Robin van Persie to start Manchester United’s first game of the season: 6/4 yes; 1/2 no.

Daniel Agger to move to Manchester City by the start of 2012/13 season: 1/5 no; 10/3 yes.

Samba Stars Set for Gold

Brazil and Mexico will bring a bit of Latin flair to London on Saturday as they duke it out for the Olympic gold medal. Brazil are the 2/9 favourites for the gold medal, while they are 4/7 to win in 90 minutes.

“Brazil have been impressive over the course of the last two weeks and have shown why they have been favourites throughout the tournament. It would be a surprise if they did not finish the job off now,” said William Hill spokesman Mark Young

Brazil/Mexico: 4/7 Brazil; 5/1 Mexico; 14/5 draw.

To win gold medal: 2/9 Brazil; 3/1 Mexico.

Further Information
Mark Young
PR Assistant, William Hill
Phone: 02089183981

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Gb Men Should Get Off To A Winning Start

GB’s men kick off their Olympic campaign against Senegal at Old Trafford on Tuesday and William Hill make Stuart Pearce’s men 4/7 to win the match, 13/5 to draw and 15/4 to lose it. GB did not get off to the best of starts against Brazil but despite this, William Hill refused to push them out any further than the 10/1 already offered about them winning the tournament.

Brazil are the 6/4 favourites to win the tournament with Euro champions, Spain, 2/1 second favourites.

Men’s football outright: 6/4 Brazil; 2/1 Spain; 6/1 Uruguay; 10/1 GB; 10/1 Switzerland; 14/1 Mexico; 25/1 Senegal; 40/1 Japan; 50/1 Belarus; 50/1 Egypt; 50/1 Morocco; 50/1 South Korea; 66/1 Gabon; 200/1 Honduras; 200/1 New Zealand; 250/1 United Arab Emirates

GB vs Senegal:

Match Betting: 4/7 GB; 15/4 Senegal; 13/5 Draw

GB first scorer: 4/1 Daniel Sturridge; 11/2 Craig Bellamy; 11/2 Marvin Sordell; 7/1 Scott Sinclair; 8/1 Tom Cleverley; 9/1 Ryan Giggs; 10/1 BAR

GB stage of elimination: 10/3 group stage; 2/1 quarter final; 4/1 fourth; 9/2 bronze; 6/1 silver; 10/1 gold

Top goalscorer: 5/1 Neymar; 7/1 Adrian Lopez; 8/1 Hulk; 8/1 Leandro Damiao; 8/1 Luis Suarez; 9/1 Alexandre Pato; 9/1 Edinson Cavani; 12/1 Abel Hernandez; 12/1 Rodrigo; 16/1 Cristian Tello; 16/1 Daniel Sturridge; 20/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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Cott Out As Forest Build For Future With ‘arry?

Following the sacking of Steve Cotterill, William Hill make Darren Ferguson the 2/1 favourite to be named as the next permanent boss of Nottingham Forest although the ambitious new owners could be able to tempt Harry Redknapp to the club, offered at 4/1.

A couple of notable former Forest players that could be in the frame to make a return in the dugout are Roy Keane at 10/1, Stuart Pearce and Nigel Clough both at 20/1 and Gary Megson 25/1.

“Steve Cotterill did a fantastic job under very difficult circumstances last season but the ambition of the new Forest owners is highlighted by the fact that they are being linked with Harry Redknapp, Roy Keane and bizarrely, Diego Maradona – who is recently out of a job,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Under their new ownership, Forest are 1/10 to finish higher than their 19th position from last season.


Shinji Kagawa was paraded in front of the media on Thursday with fellow signing Nick Powell and the Japanese international is 11/4 to net between 12 and 15 times for United this term. He is expected to play a pivotal role at Old Trafford this season and is 11/2 to start more than 26 games at United this season and 3/1 to start less than ten games.

“While Man City had Yaya Toure and David Silva, Manchester United were really lacking a creative midfielder last year and Kagawa looks like he will fill that role now,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

Nick Powell, the 18 year old signing from Crewe is more likely one for the future. William Hill have him at 8/13 to start one or no games in the Premier League. He is 9/2 to start six or more in the Premier League this time. A big impact this season is unlikely but he is 7/1 to make the England squad for the World Cup in 2014.

Next Nottingham Forest manager: 2/1 Darren Ferguson; 4/1 Harry Redknapp; 7/1 Mick McCarthy; 10/1 Roy Keane; 16/1 Alex McLeish; 16/1 Billy Davies; 16/1 Karl Robinson; 16/1 Diego Maradona; 20/1 Alan Shearer; 20/1 Stuart Pearce; 20/1 Alan Curbishly; 20/1 Neil Warnock; 20/1 Nigel Clough; 25/1 Gary Megson; 25/1 Gordon Strachan; 25/1 Iain Dowie; 25/1 Ian Holloway; 25/1 Ole Gunnar Solksjaer; 25/1 Paolo Di Canio; 25/1 Paul Ince; 25/1 Rafa Benitez; 25/1 Phil Brown; 25/1 Glenn Hoddle; 25/1 Sven Goran Eriksson

Nottingham Forest finishing position: 9/1 lower; 7/1 exactly 19th; 1/10 higher

Shinji Kagawa Specials
Kagawa Premier League Starts 2012/13
3/1 Under Ten
9/4 11-15
9/4 16-20
3/1 21-25
11/2 26+

Kagawa Premier League Goals 2012/13
11/4 Under Four
5/2 4-7
5/2 8-11
11/4 12-15
5/1 16+

Nick Powell
Nick Powell number of Premier League starts for Manchester United 2012/13
8/13 0-1
5/2 2-3
7/2 4-5
9/2 6+

7/1 Nick Powell to be in the England squad for the 2014 World Cup

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
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Goal-line Technology Now 11/4 For Next Season…champions League Latest

Spurs were on the receiving end of a controversial decision at Wembley on Sunday and Sepp Blatter has revealed that FIFA are willing to experiment with goal-line technology in June and William Hill are offering 11/4 that it is in place for the start of the Premier League next season (1/4 it is not).

Another controversial decision came at Old Trafford where Ashley Young won his second dubious penalty in as many weeks and William Hill are offering 3/1 that he is booked for simulation during the run in to the season.

Despite Tottenham’s recent slump in form, culminating in their 5-1 defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup, Harry Redknapp is 1/4 to become the next England manager, with Roy Hodgson 4/1 and Stuart Pearce 6/1.

“Since Capello left England, seemingly thrusting Redknapp into the seat overnight, Spurs have won just once,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “As the old adage goes though, form is temporary, class is permanent.”

Chelsea now have a two legged affair against Barcelona to contest and Hills offer 12/1 that they win the Champions League AND the FA Cup.

Di Matteo has only seen one defeat since he took over as Chelsea boss, but despite this, he is the 11/4 second favourite to become the next permanent Chelsea boss with Hills who go 2/1 Benitez and 11/4 Mourinho.

The Champions League semi finals kick off on Tuesday and William Hill make Barcelona the 6/5 favourites to be the highest scoring team of the four this week, with Real Madrid 5/2, Bayern Munich 11/4 and Chelsea 9/2.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lional Messi both reached the landmark of 41 goals in La Liga and William Hill make Ronaldo the 4/5 favourite to end the season as the leading scorer in Spain, Messi is just behind at 10/11.

La Liga Top Goalscorer: 4/5 Cristiano Ronaldo; 10/11 Lionel Messi

Goal Line Technology to be introduced by the start of next season: 11/4 yes; 1/4 no

Ashley Young to be booked for simulation in the Premier League season 2011/12: 3/1

Ashley Young to be booked for simulation at Euro 2012: 10/3
*bets void if he does not make Euro 2012 squad

Midweek specials:

Highest scoring match: 11/10 Bayern Munich/Real Madrid; 5/4 Chelsea/Barcelona; 3/1 Tie

Highest scoring team: 6/5 Barcelona; 5/2 Real Madrid; 11/4 Bayern Munich; 9/2 Chelsea

Fastest scoring team: 2/1 Barcelona; 9/4 Bayern Munich; 9/4 Real Madrid; 3/1 Chelsea

Champions League outright 5/6 Barcelona; 5/2 Real Madrid; 5/1 Bayern Munich; 8/1 Chelsea

Name the finalists: 3/4 Barcelona/Real Madrid; 9/4 Barcelona/Bayern Munich; 6/1 Real Madrid/Chelsea; 11/1 Bayern Munich/Chelsea

Next permanent Chelsea manager: 2/1 Rafael Benitez; 11/4 Jose Mourinho; 11/4 Roberto Di Matteo; 7/1 Pep Guardiola; 8/1 Laurent Blanc; 14/1 Joachim Low; 14/1 David Moyes; 25/1 BAR

Next permanent England manager: 1/4 Harry Redknapp; 4/1 Roy Hodgson; 6/1 Stuart Pearce; 12/1 Jose Mourinho; 12/1 Pep Guardiola; 20/1 Arsene Weger; 25/1 Martin O’Neill; 33/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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

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William Hill Premier League Specials

******************************William Hill PREMIER LEAGUE SPECIALS***************************************


William Hill offer 7/2 that the Premier League title will be decided on goal difference this season – and make Manchester City 13/2 to win it by that method, with United 9/1 to do so.
UNITED are currently 1/3 favourites to win the title with Hills who make City 9/4:

How many points clear will Man Utd be ahead after this weekend’s round of fixtures?

Level On Points 8/1
1 point 7/2
2 points 33/1
3 points 1/2
4 points 40/1
5 points 6/1
6 points 16/1

4/1 Any away side to be awarded a penalty at Old Trafford for the remainder of the season.

TO BE ‘BEST OF REST’ WITHOUT MANCHESTER SIDES – 4/7 Arsenal; 6/4 Spurs; 10/1 Chelsea


ANDY CARROLLS is 2/1 to score at any time against his old Newcastle team mates this weekend and 4/1 to do so if he comes on as a Liverpool sub.

Andy Carroll to score at any time (if he starts)- 2/1
To score first goal of game – 7/1; last – 7/1; hat-trick – 50/1

Andy Carroll to come on as a substitute and score 4/1

Andy Carroll to finish game if he starts it – 1/ 2 No; 6/4 yes.

Five or more goals in the game – 7/1

NEWCASTLE boss Alan Pardew is 5/1 joint second favourite along with previous winner Sir Alex Ferguson to win the LMA Manager of the Year Award – but ills have installed Brendan Rodgers of Swansea their 2/1 favourite and also offer 7/1 David Moyes; 8/1 Paul Lambert; 12/1 Harry Redknapp; Roberto Mancini. Others on request.

PREM:_Highest ScoringTeam in this round of games:
Man City 5/1
Man Utd 11/2
Tottenham 8/1
Arsenal 9/1
Fulham 10/1
Everton 11/1
Chelsea 11/1
Wolves 12/1
Liverpool 14/1
Bolton 16/1
Wigan 20/1
Newcastle 20/1
Stoke 20/1
Norwich 25/1
QPR 28/1
Aston Villa 33/1
West Brom 33/1
Blackburn 33/1
Swansea 50/1
Sunderland 50/1

E/W 1/4 1-2-3-4

PREM FOOTBALL_FastestScoringTeam_

Man City 8/1
Tottenham 9/1
Man Utd 9/1
Fulham 10/1
Arsenal 10/1
Chelsea 11/1
Everton 11/1
Wolves 12/1
Liverpool 12/1
Newcastle 14/1
Wigan 16/1
Bolton 16/1
Stoke 16/1
West Brom 16/1
QPR 18/1
Norwich 20/1
Aston Villa 22/1
Blackburn 25/1
Swansea 33/1
Sunderland 33/1

E/W 1/4 1-2-3-4

Yes 11/4
No 1/4

TO BE LMA LEAGUE MANAGER OF YEAR – 2/1 Rodgersl; 5/1 Ferguson; Pardew; 7 Moyes; 8 Lambert; 12 Redknapp; Mancini. Others on request.

TO BE RELEGATED- 1/10 Wolves (11/2 stay up); 2/7 QPR (5/2); 4/11 Wigan (2/1); 6/4 Bolton (1/ 2); 9/4 Blackburn. Others on request.

FINISH BOTTOM: 8/11 Wolves; 11/4 QPR; 3/1 Wigan; 14/1 Bolton; 20/1 Blackburn. Others on request.

NEXT CHELSEA PERMANENT BOSS- 9/4 Mourinho; 10/3 RDM; 9/2 Guardiola; 7 Blanc; 8 Low; Benitez. Others on request.


HARRY REDKNAPP has drifted from 1/7 to 1/ 4 to be the next permanent England manager, with Roy Hodgson backed from 6/1 to 4/1 second favourite, ahead of 6/1 Stuart Pearce, with Jose Mourinho 12/1.

When will Fabio Capello’s permanent replacement have their first official press conference as England manager?:

2/1 before the end of Premier League season
8/15 between end of Premier League season and first England Euro match
20/1 during Euro 2012
11/2 after Euro 2012

William Hill – How many FA Cup Semi Managers still in their jobs on the first day of next season: 6/1 none or one; 6/4 two; 11/10 three; 7/1 all four
*for purposes of bet Roberto Di Matteo is current Chelsea manager

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
Twitter- @sharpeangle

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

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Blanc Cut For Chelsea Job…4/1 Phantom Penalties At Old Trafford…1000/1 Ben Arfa Ballon D’or

Laurent Blanc has been cut from 12/1 to 7/1 to become the next Chelsea boss after various news reports indicating that Roman Abrahmovic is desperate to land the Frenchman as AVB’s permanent replacement. Jose Mourinho is the 9/4 favourite with Roberto Di Matteo 10/3 and Pep Guardiola 9/2. Claudio Ranieri has been sacked as Inter manager and William Hill are offering 3/1 that Andre Villas Boas gets the job.

“Because of what he did at Porto, AVB’s stock is still pretty high despite his nightmare stint at Chelsea and he could be quickly back on the managerial merry-go-round,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Manchester United moved three points clear at the top of the Premier League thanks to referee, Michael Oliver, missing what seemed like a blatant penalty and William Hill are offering 4/1 for any opposition team to win a penalty at Old Trafford during the rest of the season.

“Phantom penalties are nothing new at Old Trafford and the odds suggest that opposition sides will be up against it again,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Having moved three points clear, Hills are now offering a market on how many points Manchester United win the League by. They are 9/4 to fail to win the League and 11/2 to win the league on goal difference. They are 11/4 to win by one to three points and the same price to win by four to six points. They are 4/1 to win the League by seven or more points.

Papiss Demba Cisse has claimed that Hatem Ben Arfa is as good as Messi when he plays at his best but William Hill think the mercurial Frenchman has a way to go to reach those levels, offering 1000/1 that he wins the Ballon D’Or this season, compared to 2/7 Messi and 3/1 Ronaldo.

William Hill Odds:

Next Permanent Chelsea Boss: 9/4 Jose Mourinho; 10/3 Roberto Di Matteo; 9/2 Pep Guardiola; 7/1 Laurent Blanc; 8/1 Joachim Low; 8/1 Rafael Benitez; 10/1 David Moyes; 11/1 Fabio Capello; 20/1 BAR

3/1 AVB to become next Inter Milan manager

How many points will Man Utd win the league by?
Not win the league 9/4
Goal difference 11/2
1-3 points 11/4
4-6 points 11/4
7 points or more 4/1

4/1 Any away side to be awarded a penalty at Old Trafford for the remainder of the season

Ballon D’Or 2012: 2/7 Messi; 3/1 Ronaldo; 1000/1 Ben Arfa

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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

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