You Bet Writing On Wall For Wolves

Wolves appear doomed after another defeat and William Hill make them 1/100 to be relegated and 1/12 to finish rock bottom.

“The writing appears to be on the wall now for Wolves and we think that not only will they go down but they will do so right on the bottom of the pile,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “As for who will join them, it could be anybody.”

Relegation: 1/100 Wolves (16/1 to stay up); 2/5 Wigan (7/4); 4/6 QPR (11/10); 11/10 Blackburn; 13/8 Bolton; 14/1 Aston Villa

Finish bottom: 1/12 Wolves; 7/1 Wigan; 9/1 QPR; 16/1 Blackburn; 25/1 Bolton

Relegation trebles: 13/10 Wolves/Wigan/QPR; 2/1 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn; 5/2 Wolves/Wigan/ Bolton; 20/1 Wigan/QPR/Blackburn; 25/1 Wigan/QPR/Bolton; 33/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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13/8 Balotelli And Mancini Gone By Next Season



13/8 BALOTELLI AND MANCINI BOTH OUT BY NEXT SEASON

William Hill are offering odds 13/8 that BOTH Mancini and Balotelli will have left Manchester City, 5/6 that atjustone of them will still be there, 11/4 that both survive.

They also offer5/6 that Roberto Mancini will no longer be City boss on day one of next season (5/6 that he will); and 11/10 that Balotelli will still be with the club on the first day of next season, 4/6 that he will not. ‘The futures of both Mancini and Balotelli are delicately balanced and quite possibly inextricably linked’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. Hills have installed Mourinho as 15/8 favourite to succeed Mancini. Hills: At Man City on first day of 2012/13 season? Roberto Mancini Yes 5/6No 5/6 Mario Balotelli Yes 5/6No 5/6

MOURINHO FOR MANCHESTER? JOSE Mourinho is 15/8 favourite to succeed Manchester City as the next permanent boss with William Hill who also offer 12/1 Ancelotti; 14/1 Rijkaard; 16/1 Benitez; Blanc; Deschamps; Guardiola;O’Neill; Peligrini; Van Gaal; 20/1 Capello; Moyes.

HOW MANY POINTS WILL UNITED COLLECT? MANCHESTER UNITED are now 1/100 favourites to win the title with Hills who offer Man City at 16/1. United are 13/8 to finish the season with 93 or more points. Man Utd Total Points 2011/12:

93 or more13/8
89-927/4
88 or less13/8 Rio Ferdinand to be in final England Euro 2012 squad? Yes 4/7No 5/4

WITHOUT MANCS……4/7 Arsenal; 6/4 Spurs; 8/1 Chelsea; 20/1 Newcastle.

TO WIN PREM TITLE NEXT SEASON- 7/4 City; 15/8 United; 9/2 Chelsea; 8 Arsenal; 10 Spurs; 33 Liverpool; 250 Newcastle. Others on request.

TOP 4 FINISH…..1/7 Arsenal; 1/4 Spurs; 15/8 Chelsea; 11/2 Newcastle.

Hills…Relegation odds….1/100 Wolves (16/1 stay up); 1/2 Wigan (6/4); 8/13 QPR (6/5); Evens Blackburn(8/11); 7/4 Bolton(2/5); 14/1 Villa. Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702twitter- @sharpeangle

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Easter Football Specials – Prem And S P L

**********************William Hill EASTER FOOTBALL ODDS********************************************

William Hill Easter Prem Specials:
Highest scoring match:

3/1 Manchester United / QPR
4/1 Chelsea / Wigan
6/1 Stoke / Wolves
13/2 West Brom / Blackburn
13/2 Liverpool / Aston Villa
13/2 Arsenal / Manchester City
9/1 Sunderland / Tottenham
9/1 Bolton / Fulham
12/1 Norwich / Everton

Highest scoring team: 11/4 Manchester United; 10/3 Chelsea; 6/1 Liverpool; 8/1 Stoke; 8/1 West Brom; 12/1 Arsenal; 14/1 Manchester City; 16/1 Everton; 16/1 Tottenham; 20/1 Sunderland; 25/1 Bolton; 25/1 Fulham; 33/1 Blackburn; 40/1 Norwich; 40/1 Wolves; 50/1 Wigan; 50/1 Aston Villa; 50 QPR

Fastest scoring team: 7/1 Chelsea; 7/1 Manchester United; 10/1 Stoke; 11/1 Liverpool; 11/1 West Brom;11/1 Arsenal; 12/1 Bolton; 12/1 Tottenham; 12/1 Fulham; 12/1 Manchester City; 14/1 Blackburn; 14/1 Wolves; 14/1 Sunderland; 14/1 Norwich; 14/1 Everton; 16/1 Aston Villa; 20/1 Wigan; 20/1 QPR

Total Red Cards: 2/1 one; 2/1 two; 9/4 three or more; 7/2 none

Hat-trick scored: 4/1 yes; 1/7 no

PREM TITLE – 1/9 United; 5/1 City

RELEGATION- 1/25 Wolves (9/1 stay up); 2/5 Wigan (7/4); 1/ 2 QPR (6/4); 6/4 Blackburn (1/ 2); 5/2 Bolton; 10 Villa

FINISH BOTTOM – 1/10 Wolves; 7 Wigan; 8 QPR; 20 Blackburn; 33 Bolton.

KUYT FLYING FROM LIVERPOOL?
Dirk Kuyt could be one of a number of high profile casualties at Liverpool this summer, with William Hill offering 5/4 that he has left the club by the start of next season. Another who could be on his way is Maxi Rodriguez, who is Even money to have gone in the same time frame. The good news for Liverpool, however, is that Suarez, Gerrard and Reina all look like they will be staying, with Hills making them 1/4, 1/16 and 1/12 respectively to still be at Anfield. ‘Kuyt is popular at Liverpool but he could be amongst the players most likely to leave the club before the start of next season’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Share.

To be at Liverpool start of 2012/2013 season Yes No
Dirk Kuyt 4/7 -5/4
Pepe Reina 1/12 -6/1
Andy Carroll 1/3 -9/4
Maxi Rodriguez 8/11 -EVS
Steven Gerrard 1/16 -7/1
Luis Suarez 1/4 -11/4
Kenny Dalglish 5/6 – 5/6

BENT INTO SHAPE?
DARREN BENT is optimistic that he can regain fitness in time to be part of the Euro squad but William Hill are less confident and offer 4/1 that he will be included in the final squad. ‘With the current shortage of reliable English forwards, other than Rooney, Bent will have a great chance of being included if he can overcome his serious injury in time’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills – Darren Bent to be in the Euro squad? 4/1 yes; 1/7 no

LAWRIE BETTING ON LADY BOSSES
Lawrie Sanchez has claimed that he can envisage a female manager taking charge of a Premier League club within the next ten years, but Hills disagree, offering 100/1 that a female is in the Premier League within the next decade. It is 33/1 for a female manager to be in the Football League within the next 5 years. ‘Apparently Sanchez has bet a pal that there will be a female Premier League boss within ten years – I hope he got decent odds as we’re prepared to offer 100/1about it happening!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills :Female Managers specials
Female manager in the football league within the next 5 years? 33/1
Female manager in the premier league within the next 10 years? 100/1

EUROPA LEAGUE…13/8 At Bilbao; 5/2 At Madrid; Valencia; 6/1 Sporting Lisbon.

Men’s Olympic Football: 15/8 Brazil; 9/4 Spain; 5/1 Great Britain; 9/1 Uruguay; 10/1 Switzerland; 16/1 Mexico; 33/1 S. Korea; 33/1 Japan; 40/1 Morocco; 40/1 Egypt; 40/1 Senegal; 50/1 Belarus; 50/1 Gabon; 100/1 Honduras; 150/1 New Zealand; 500/1 Oman

Women’s Olympic football: 11/4 USA; 3/1 Brazil; 3/1 Japan; 11/2 France; 14/1 Sweden; 16/1 Great Britain; 20/1 N. Korea; 20/1 Canada; 50/1 New Zealand; 66/1 Colombia; 66/1 Cameroon; 66/1 South Africa Team

GB double: 101/1

Scottish Specials
1/16 Celtic clinch the title on Saturday
Its been a long wait but it looks like the SPL
title will return to Celtic Park this weekend.
Celtic visit Rugby Park and only require a draw to
become Champions. Even if Celtic lose there
is still a chance the title will be theirs if Rangers
fail to win at St Mirren later that day. A defeat
for Celtic coupled with a Rangers win means they
they will need to wait another week and that’s a
7/1 chance

Celtic to Win the Title on Saturday1/16
Celtic not to win the Title on Saturday7/1

Rangers win at Fir Park last week puts them in
pole position to finish second in the SPL.
To Finish 2nd in SPL
Rangers1/14
Motherwell13/2

Hibernian have now opened a gap over Dunfermline
at the foot of the table and it leaves the Pars with
an uphill task to stay in the SPL.
To Finish Bottom of SPL
Hibernian1/14
Dunfermline13/2

Jon Daly currently tops the Split goalscoring chart
and he aims to be the first non Old Firm player
to finish ahead of the pack since Tommy Coyne of
Motherwell in 1995.
Top SPL Goalscorer
Gary Hooper4/5
Jon Daly6/4
Francisco Sandaza10/1
Anthony Stokes16/1
Michael Higdon33/1
Garry O’Connor40/1
Paul Heffernan40/1
Scott Vernon66/1

HIGHEST SCORING MATCH
Kilmarnock v Celtic3/1
Dunfermline v Hearts7/2
Rangers v St Mirren7/2
Aberdeen v Dundee Utd5/1
Hibernian v Motherwell5/1
St Johnstone v Inverness5/1

William Hill opened their markets of the end of
season PFA Awards last week and Charlie Mulgrew
is now the clear favourite for the Player of the Year
award. Gary Mackay-Steven has been backed for the
Young Player Award after winning his second consecutive
Monthly award. Neil Lennon could add the Manager of
the Year award to the SPL title this season.
SPFA Player of the Year? (Last Year – Izaguirre)
Charlie Mulgrew15/8
Scott Brown3/1
Joe Ledley9/2
Carlos Bocanegra13/2
Steven Davis8/1
Keith Lasley9/1
Gary Hooper10/1
Jon Daly10/1
Francisco Sandaza12/1
Paul Dixon12/1
Steven Naismith14/1
Fraser Forster16/1
Lee Wallace16/1
Sone Aluko16/1

SPFA Young Player of the Year (Last Year – Goodwillie)
James Forrest2/5
Gary Mackay-Steven3/1
Johnny Russell11/2
Victor Wanyama7/1
Adam Matthews12/1

SPFA Manager of The Year (Last Year – John McGlynn)
Neil Lennon8/11
Derek Adams11/4
Stuart McCall7/2
Kenny Shiels9/2
Colin Cameron10/1
Paul Hartley10/1
Ally McCoist12/1
Peter Houston12/1
Craig Brown16/1

Singles Only Accepted on the Awards Markets

Kilmarnock v Celtic
Celtic have a good goalscoring record at Rugby Park
Celtic to Score 3 or more goals11/4

Aberdeen v Dundee Utd
Kari Arnason has scored in both games v Utd this season.
Arnason to Score anytime4/1

Dunfermline v Hearts
Jim Jeffries takes charge of the Pars for the first time against his former club
Dunfermline Draw No Bet2/1

Rangers v St Mirren
Sone Aluko has been a star for Rangers since signing
Aluko to Score Anytime and Rangers win 13/10

St Johnstone v Inverness
The Saints have beaten Inverness twice this season without conceding a goal
St Johnstone to win to Nil21/10

Hibernian v Motherwell
Hibs have lead twice against Motherwell this season but failed to win
Hibernian to Lead and not win 5/1

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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Mancini Magic Lost Its Shine – Evens To Have Left By Next Season

Reports have today suggested that Manchester City’s recent downturn in form could result in the loss of Roberto Mancini’s job. William Hill make the Italian Even money to have departed City by the start of next season (8/11 to still be there). Even more humiliating for City, will be the fact that the race could well be over by the time the two sides face each other at the Etihad on the 30th April. Hills offer 11/10 that is the case (4/6 it is not). Hills offer just Even money now for Manchester United to win the league by seven or more points.

“City appear to have well and truly blown it,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. “The derby was being billed as a title decider but following City’s recent slump, it could all be over by then.”

Sam Allardyce has been given the deadly vote of confidence by the West Ham board, who claim his job is safe even if he fails to take the club up this season. Hills agree offering 1/3 that he is still there on the first day of next season (9/4 he is not).

Fernando Torres has shown recent good form and William Hill think his torrid time at Chelsea may be coming to an end. He is 4/6 to go to the Euros and just 1/4 to still be at Chelsea next season.

Roberto Mancini to be in charge of Manchester City at the start of next season: 8/11 yes; 1/1 no

Will United have won the League by the Manchester derby: 11/10 yes; 4/6 no

How many points will Manchester United win the Premier League by: 1/1 seven points or more; 4/1 four – six points; 5/1 not win the league; 6/1 one – three points; 10/1 goal difference

When will Manchester City next win: 13/8 Arsenal; 5/6 WBA; 7/1 Norwich; 16/1 Wolves; 33/1 Manchester United; 50/1 none of these games

Relegation trebles: 5/4 Wolves/Wigan/QPR; 11/4 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn; 9/2 Wolves/Wigan/Bolton; 9/2 Wigan/QPR/Bolton; 9/2 Wigan/QPR/Blackburn; 14/1 QPR/Bolton/Blackburn

Relegation: 1/25 Wolves (9/1 to stay up); 2/5 Wigan (7/4); 1/2 QPR (6/4); 6/4 Blackburn; 5/2 Bolton; 10/1 BAR

Premier League Winner: 1/9 Manchester United; 5/1 Manchester City

Sam Allardyce to be manager of West Ham at the start of next season: 1/3 yes; 9/4 no

Fernando Torres to be at Chelsea at the start of next season: 1/4 yes; 11/4 no

Fernando Torres next club: 7/2 PSG; 5/1 Inter Milan; 6/1 AC Milan; 6/1 Barcelona; 7/1 Atletico Madrid; 9/1 Anzhi; 9/1 Juventus; 12/1 Real Madrid; 14/1 Tottenham; 20/1 Liverpool

Fernando Torres to go to the European Championships: 4/6 yes; 11/10 no

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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1/9 United Have One Hand (or More) On The Title After Blackburn Victory

Manchester United defeated Blackburn and William Hill now make the Red Devils 1/9 to win the Premier League, with Manchester City the 5/1 second favourites. Hills make Manchester United Even money to win the league by seven or more points. At the other end of the table, Blackburn are 6/4 to be relegated (1/2 to stay up).

“Manchester United now have one hand on the trophy and it will take either a mammoth effort from City or an epic failure from United to prevent them from grabbing title number 20,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

How many points will Manchester United win the Premier League by: 1/1 seven points or more; 4/1 four – six points; 5/1 not win the league; 6/1 one – three points; 10/1 goal difference

When will Manchester City next win: 13/8 Arsenal; 5/6 WBA; 7/1 Norwich; 16/1 Wolves; 33/1 Manchester United; 50/1 none of these games

Relegation trebles: 5/4 Wolves/Wigan/QPR; 11/4 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn; 9/2 Wolves/Wigan/Bolton; 9/2 Wigan/QPR/Bolton; 9/2 Wigan/QPR/Blackburn; 14/1 QPR/Bolton/Blackburn

Relegation: 1/25 Wolves (9/1 to stay up); 2/5 Wigan (7/4); 1/2 QPR (6/4); 6/4 Blackburn; 5/2 Bolton; 10/1 BAR

Premier League Winner: 1/9 Manchester United; 5/1 Manchester City

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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Bolton Boost Survival Hopes As Arsenal In Driving Position For London Bragging Rights

It was a busy day at the bottom of the Premier League table as both Bolton and Wigan pulled off victories. Despite their shock victory at Anfield, William Hill make Wigan 1/4 to be relegated come the end of the season, the same price as QPR. Another defeat for Terry Connor left Wolves adrift at the foot of the table and 1/7 with Hills for the drop. Bolton’s victory moved them up into 17th and they are 11/8 to go down with Blackburn 9/4. Hills think that the current bottom three are doomed, offering 10/11 that they are the three who are relegated. Liverpool’s home defeat to Wigan and their second consecutive defeat to bottom three opposition has left Kenny Dalglish 5/2 to no longer be in charge of Liverpool come the start of next season (2/7 to still be there).

“The victories for Wigan and Bolton have certainly condensed things at the bottom of the table and while there are only a couple of points separating Wolves and Blackburn, we think Terry Connor’s men are teetering on the brink and they may just rag QPR and Wigan with them,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Arsenal’s comfortable victory left them in pole position to grab third spot in the Premier League and William Hill make them 4/7 to finish as the top London club. Spurs are currently suffering a dismal run of form and they are 6/4 while Chelsea are 10/1.

Premier League:

Relegation: 1/7 Wolves; 1/4 Wigan; 1/4 QPR; 11/8 Bolton; 9/4 Blackburn; 20/1 BAR

Relegation trebles:
10/11 Wolves/Wigan/QPR
23/10 Wolves/Wigan/Bolton
7/2 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn
3/1 Wigan/QPR/Bolton
9/2 Wigan/QPR/Blackburn
9/1 QPR/Bolton/Blackburn

Kenny Dalglish at Liverpool on the first day of next season: 2/7 yes; 5/2 no

Forecast without Manchester sides: 6/5 Arsenal/Spurs; 7/4 Tottenham/Arsenal; 6/1 Arsenal/Chelsea; 14/1 Chelsea/Arsenal; 16/1 Tottenham/Chelsea; 25/1 Chelsea/Tottenham;

Premier League without Manchester (top London club): 4/7Arsenal; 6/4 Tottenham; 10/1 Chelsea

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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Spl Favourites To Get Goal-line Technology First!

The goal-line technology argument will be hitting the headlines after the Bolton / QPR game and William Hill are betting on which European league will host the first match involving goal-line technology. The Scottish Premier League generally kicks off earlier than the other European leagues and is 13/8 favourite with the English Premier League 11/4 second favourite.

“The FA are keen to press the issue to FIFA and after yet another high profile incident, it is surely just a matter of where and when it comes into play,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

First League to stage game with goal-line technology: 13/8 Scottish Premier League; 11/4 English Premier League; 4/1 German Bundesliga; 11/2 Spanish La Liga; 7/1 French Ligue 1; 8/1 Italian Serie A; 10/1 Dutch Eredivisie

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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11/10 For Current Bottom Three To Drop…1/1 For No More Managers To Go This Season

Bolton and Blackburn were the two sides at the bottom who benefitted from today’s basement battles and Hills make those two North West sides 8/15 (Bolton) and 4/9 (Blackburn) to stay up. The current bottom three (Wigan, Wolves and QPR) are in increasing amounts of peril and Hills go just 11/10 that Wigan, QPR and Wolves all get relegated at the start of the season. Wigan and Wolves are 2/9 and 3/10 respectively to be relegated.

“Wolves and Wigan have not been playing particularly well over the last few weeks and QPR will certainly be looking at their upcoming fixtures with increasing trepidation,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “As things stand, it is easy to see why they are our big favourites for the drop.”

Chelsea squeaked past 10 man Stoke by the narrowest of margins, but at the same time maintained Roberto Di Matteo’s 100% record. Hills offer 4/1 that they reamain undefeated in the next four fixtures, including a tricky trip to Manchester City and a home tie against Napoli – their next game for which they are 7/2 to be defeated.

Hills are now offering Even money that no other Premier League manager leaves his job before the end of the season. Owen Coyle, Roberto Martinez and Alex McLeish are all 5/1 to be the next to go, while Steve Kean, who was as short as 2/9 at one point in the season is 8/1 to be the next to go.

Premier League Relegation: 2/9 Wigan; 3/10 Wolves; 1/3 QPR; 11/8 Bolton; 13/8 Blackburn; 25/1 Aston Villa; 33/1 Swansea

Premier League Stay Up: 1/300 Swansea; 1/200 Aston Villa; 4/9 Blackburn; 8/15 Bolton; 9/4 QPR; 12/5 Wolves; 3/1 Wigan

To finish bottom: 6/5 Wigan; 2/1 Wolves; 9/4 QPR; 8/1 Bolton; 10/1 Blackburn

When Will Chelsea First Lose Under RDM?
Napoli (H) (UCL) 7/2
Leicester (H) (FAC) 10/1
Man City (A) (PL) 5/4
Tottenham (H) (PL) 4/1
Remain unbeaten in above 4 fixtures 4/1

Must be played in above order or bets void.

5th Premier League manager to go: 1/1 No manager to go; 5/1 Owen Coyle; 5/1 Roberto Martinez; 5/1 Alex McLeish; 8/1 Steve Kean; 14/1 Harry Redknapp; 16/1 Mark Hughes; 20/1 David Moyes; 20/1 Kenny Dalglish; 25/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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Odds On Goal-line Technology Cut As Spurs Drift In Top London Club Market!

QPR were denied a vital goal in their relegation battle against Bolton and are now 1/3 with William Hill to be relegated at the end of the season. Mark Hughes’ reign has got off to a less than auspicious start to say the least and Hills are offering 11/10 that he is no longer QPR boss come the first day of their 2012/13 season(4/6 that he is still there).

Hughes’ odds of departure have changed drastically since yesterday’s defeat and should QPR be relegated, it could well be traced back to that phantom goal. Hills have cut their odds of goal-line technology being introduced following solid punter support and offer 11/4 that the Premier League sees goal-line technology next season.

“After such a vital ‘goal’ was chalked off yesterday, the goal-line technology argument has once again reared its head and it looks as though a resolution may finally be around the corner, but all maybe too little too late for Hughes and QPR” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Spurs have now lost two matches on the spin and with Arsenal starting to fire on all cylinders, Hills only make Tottenham slight favourites at 8/13 to be the top London club at the end of the season with Arsenal 9/4 and Chelsea 7/2.

William Hill Odds:

Goal-Line Technology to be introduced by the start of the 2012/13 season: 11/4 yes; 1/4 no

Which league will be the first to introduce goal-line technology: 13/8 SPL; 11/4 EPL; 4/1 Bundesliga; 11/2 La Liga; 7/1 Ligue 1; 8/1 Serie A; 10/1 Eredivisie

Hughes to be manager of QPR on the first day of next season: 4/6 yes; 11/10 no

Premier League relegation: 2/9 Wigan; 3/10 Wolves; 1/3 QPR; 11/8 Bolton; 13/8 Blackburn; 25/1 BAR

Premier League to stay up: 4/9 Blackburn; 8/15 Bolton; 9/4 QPR; 12/5 Wolves; 3/1 Wigan

Top London Club: 8/13 Tottenham; 9/4 Arsenal; 7/2 Chelsea

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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Connor Already Odds On To Be Thrown To The Wolves By Next Season!

Wolves have today announced Terry Connor as their manager until the end of the season but whether Wolves stay up or go down (5/4 stay up / 4/7 relegation), William Hill are odds on at 8/11 that he is not in charge on the first day of next season (Even money to still be there). A new manager can often galvanise a push up the table but Hills offer 50/1 that they finish in the top half of the table, 9/2 11th – 14th and 2/1 15th – 17th.

Wolves are 5/1 to win Connor’s first match in charge and are 8/1 to finish the weekend at the foot of the table. Wigan are the 4/9 favourites, with Bolton 5/2, Blackburn 10/1 and QPR 25/1.

“We feel that Connor may well be in a lose/lose situation. Should he keep Wolves up, he may have to make way for a more experienced man and should they go down, he may have to leave for not being good enough,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Bridge Beginning To Bend Under Weight Of Expectation

Andre Villas Boas is under intense pressure at Chelsea and should things not go his way against Bolton on Saturday, he could be on his way. William Hill make him 4/1 to have left Chelsea by midnight on Saturday and 3/1 to have left before the kick off of the second leg of the Champions League tie against Napoli. He is odds on at 2/5 to no longer be at Chelsea on the first day of next season.

Wolves specials:

Finishing position: 3/1 20th; 4/1 19th; 3/1 18th; 2/1 15th – 17th; 9/2 11th – 14th; 50/1 top half finish
Relegation: 4/7 yes; 5/4 no
Terry Connor to be in charge of Wolves on the first game of next season: 1/1 yes; 8/11 no

Match bets:

Who will leave the club first:

1/3 Andre Villas Boas; 9/4 Fernando Torres
1/2 Robin van Persie; 6/4 Arsene Wenger

Andre Villas Boas:

To be at Chelsea on the first day of next season: 7/4 yes; 2/5 no
To have left Chelsea by the start of the Napoli second leg: 3/1
To have left Chelsea by midnight on Saturday: 4/1

Fernando Torres:

To be at Chelsea on the first day of next season: 4/9 yes; 13/8 no

Arsene Wenger:

To be at Arsenal on the first day of next season: 4/7 yes; 5/4 no

Robin van Persie:

To be at Arsenal on the first day of next season: 5/6 yes; 5/6 no
Next Club: 9/4 Real Madrid; 9/4 Barcelona; 7/2 Manchester City; 12/1 AC Milan; 12/1 Inter; 14/1 Chelsea; 20/1 Bayern Munich; 20/1 Juventus; 20/1 Manchester United; 33/1 Liverpool; 33/1 Tottenham

Carlos Tevez:

To play for Manchester City this season: 1/33 yes; 10/1 no
When will he next play for City: 7/2 Blackburn; 10/3 Bolton; 4/1 Swansea; 7/2 Chelsea; 5/1 Stoke; 3/1 none of these games

Bottom after weekend’s matches: 4/9 Wigan; 5/2 Bolton; 8/1 Wolves; 10/1 Blackburn; 25/1 QPR

Highest scoring match:

5/2 Manchester City / Norwich
4/1 Chelsea / Bolton
6/1 Arsenal / Tottenham
6/1 Norwich / Manchester United
8/1 Newcastle / Wolves
10/1 QPR / Fulham
10/1 WBA / Sunderland
10/1 Wigan / Aston Villa
11/1 Stoke / Swansea

Highest Scoring Team: 15/8 Manchester City; 9/2 Chelsea; 13/2 Manchester United; 11/1 Newcastle; 12/1 Arsenal; 16/1 West Brom; 16/1 Tottenham; 20/1 Stoke; 20/1 Aston Villa; 25/1 QPR; 25/1 Wigan; 25/1 Fulham; 33/1 Norwich; 33/1 Wolves; 33/1 Sunderland; 33/1 Swansea; 50/1 Bolton; 66/1 Blackburn

Fastest scoring team: 7/1 Manchester City; 10/1 Chelsea; 11/1 Newcastle; 11/1 Arsenal; 11/1 Manchester United; 12/1 West Brom; 12/1 Stoke; 12/1 Fulham; 12/1 Tottenham; 14/1 QPR; 14/1 Wigan; 14/1 Aston Villa; 14/1 Swansea; 16/1 Norwich; 16/1 Wolves; 16/1 Sunderland; 20/1 Bolton; 25/1 Blackburn

Total Red Cards: 9/2 none; 2/1 one; 2/1 two; 4/1 three; 5/1 four

Hat trick scored: 5/2 yes; 2/7 no

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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