Dalglish To Replace Commoli ? Weekend Specials

********************William Hill FA CUP/PREMIER LEAGUE WEEKEND SPECIALS********************

DALGLISH TO SUCCEED COMMOLI?

William Hill have made Kenny Dalglish 5/1 third favourite to succeed the departed Damien Commoli as Liverpool’s Director of Football Strategy. ‘With Dalglish himself under pressure over Liverpool’s poor Premier League performances this season, we could see him being moved ‘upstairs’ before the start of next season’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills MAKE DALGLISH 5/6 STILL TO BE LIVERPOOL MANAGER ON DAY ONE OF NEXT SEASON, 5/6 NOT TO.

Liverpool ‘Director of Football Strategy’ on the 1st day of the premier league season 2012/13:

Johan Cruyff 6/4
Louis van Gaal 5/2
Kenny Dalglish 5/1
Jurgen Klinsmann 10/1
Franco Baldini 14/1
Predrag Mijatovic 20/1
Umberto Gandini 25/1

Others on request.
Appointment must be as a specific replacement to the role previously held by Damien Commoli.
If no specific replacement is appointed, bets void.

**Comolli has departed Anfield and William Hill are offering odds on which of ‘his’ signings will be leaving Anfield as well. The £35million man, Andy Carroll is 5/4 to no longer be at the club on the first day of next season, while his partner in crime, Luis Suarez, is the same price to no longer be a Liverpool player next season.

Damien Comolli signings:

Will they be at Liverpool next season? (y/n): Carroll (4/7, 5/4); Downing (1/10, 11/2); Henderson (1/10, 11/2); Doni (4/7, 5/4); Bellamy (8/11, Evs); Coates (1/5, 10/3); Enrique (1/12, 6/1); Adam (4/7, 5/4); Suarez (4/7, 5/4)

FA CUP ODDS………

FA Cup winner: 9/4 Chelsea; 9/4 Tottenham; 5/2 Liverpool; 7/2 Everton

Nominate the finalists: 2/1 Tottenham/Liverpool; 11/5 Chelsea/Liverpool; 3/1 Tottenham/Everton; 16/5 Chelsea/Everton

**William Hill are offering 4/1 that there are two or more red cards over the two semi finals – (4/9 for none and 10/3 for one).

SEMIS……6/4 Liverpool; 2/1 draw; Everton 2/1. To go through – 8/11 Liverpool; Evens Everton…….Liverpool to go through via extra time or penalty shoot out – 5/1; Everton to go through via extra time or penalty shoot out – 6/1
**25/1 either keeper sent off.

13/8 Spurs; 2/1 draw; Chelsea 19/10………To go through – 4/5 Spurs; 10/11 Chelsea…….Match decided by penalty shoot-out 6/1

CHELSEA are 11/1 to beat both Spurs/Barcelona; 20/1 to win FA Cup/Champions League.

WHO WILL WIN THE TITLE – AND HOW?

TITLE ODDS…1/6 Man U; 7/2 City

Man Utd title winning margin:

Not win title 7/2
Goal difference 33/1
1-4 pts 13/8
5-8 pts 2/1
9 or more pts 4/1

** Man Utd to win the league via a play-off – 350/1

Man C title winning margin:

Not win title 1/6
Goal difference 25/1
1-2 pts1 1/2
3 or more pts 20/1

**Man City to win the league via a play-off – 350/1

RELEGATION ODDS……1/150 Wolves (20/1 stay up); 8/15 Blackburn (11/8 stay up); 10/11 Wigan (4/5); 6/5 Bolton (8/13); 11/8 QPR (8/15); 12 Villa.

WOLVES have been backed from 18/1 to 12/1 with Hills to lose all of their remaining Prem games.

RELEGATION TREBLES……19/10 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn…..12/5 Wolves/Bolton/Blackburn….7/2 Wolves/Wigan/QPR;…..11/2 Wolves/Wigan/Bolton…..11/2 Wigan/QPR/Blackburn……6/1 QPR/Bolton/Blackburn……9/1 Wigan/QPR/Bolton……others on request.

PREM SPECIALS…Highest scoring match – 3/1 Arsenal-Wigan; 10/3 Man U- Villa; 4 Sunderland-Wolves; 9/2 Norwich-Man C; 11/2 Swansea-Blackburn; WBA-QPR.

Highest scoring team – 5/2 Man U; 11/4 Arsenal; 6 Man C;Sunderland; 9 WBA; 10 Swansea; 14 Norwich; 16 Blackburn; 20 QPR; Wolves

Fastest scoring team- 11/2 Man U; 6 Arsenal; 7 Man C/Sunderland; 8 WBA/Swansea; 9 Norwich; 11 Blackburn/Wolves/QPR; 12 Wigan; 16 Villa.

Hat trick scored – 6/1 yes, 1/12 no

To Win Ballon d’Or:

Lionel Messi 1/3
Cristiano Ronaldo 7/2
Robin van Persie 9/1
Xavi 12/1
Wayne Rooney 25/1
David Silva 33/1
Others on request

LMA MANAGER OF YEAR…6/4Pardew; 13/8 Rodgers; 7/2 Lambert; 11 Moyes; 12 Ferguson; 33 Redknapp; 66 Mancini.

Graham Sharpe,
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Jones Is In For Liverpool, Will Everton Pay The Penalty?

After his heroics against Blackburn, William Hill are offering 4/1 that Brad Jones saves a penalty against Everton at any point during the tie. With both games being local derbies, William Hill are expecting a couple of tasty affairs and are offering 4/1 that there are two or more red cards over the two matches (4/9 for none and 10/3 for one).

“Brad Jones will certainly not have expected to be playing on Sunday but now he will be studying tapes of Everton’s penalty takers to make sure he is prepared for any eventualities,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Chelsea have two very important games ahead of them and having rested a few of their big names against Fulham are expected to have the big guns firing against Spurs and Barcelona. Hills are offering 1/5 that John Terry starts both games, 5/6 for Frank Lampard and 1/6 that Ashley Cole does. Chelsea are 11/1 to bear Spurs on Sunday and Barcelona at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.

William Hill Odds:

Chelsea to beat Spurs and Barcelona: 11/1

Brad Jones to save a penalty at any point (inc. Penalty shootout): 4/1

How many red cards over the two games: 4/9 none; 10/3 one; 4/1 two or more

Chelsea players to start matches against Spurs and Barcelona:

1/5 Terry
5/6 Lampard
6/5 Torres
7/4 Drogba
3/1 Sturridge
1/6 A. Cole

FA Cup winner: 9/4 Chelsea; 9/4 Tottenham; 5/2 Liverpool; 7/2 Everton

Nominate the finalists: 2/1 Tottenham/Liverpool; 11/5 Chelsea/Liverpool; 3/1 Tottenham/Everton; 16/5 Chelsea/Everton

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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

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Celtic Overwhelming Favourites To Win Scottish League Cup And Spl Specials

With the Scottish League Cup final taking place this weekend, William Hill make Celtic the overwhelming favourites to lift the cup, offering them at 1/7 as opposed to Kilmarnock who are 4/1. Celtic are 3/10 to win the match in 90 minutes with Kilmarnock 7/1 and the draw 10/3.

“Celtic are already the huge favourites to win the League and the odds suggest that before they do so, they will run out winners of the Scottish League Cup,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Scottish Football Specials

Scottish League Cup Final

To Win Cup
Celtic 1/7
Kilmarnock 4/1

90 Minutes Odds
Celtic 3/10
Draw 10/3
Kilmarnock 7/1

To Win In Extra Time
Celtic 10/1
Kilmarnock 25/1

To Win On Penalties
Celtic 16/1
Kilmarnock 18/1

Killie have scored the opening goal in three of
their last 6 matches against Celtic
Kilmarnock to Score First 11/4

Celtic never lost any of those games where Killie
opened the scoring, drawing 2 and winning one.
Celtic to Come from Behind and win 13/2
Celtic to Come from Behind and win or draw 9/2

The last time these sides met in this final was in
2001 when Celtic won 3-0 due to a Larsson hat-trick
Hooper to Score a Hat-trick 12/1
Stokes to Score a Hat-trick 20/1

Kilmarnock have lost 5 times in the Scottish League
Cup Final and only once they have lost by a single goal
Celtic -1 goal 10/11
Celtic -2 goals 9/4

Who Will Score the Winner?
Gary Hooper 11/4
Anthony Stokes 7/2
Georgios Samaras 9/2
James Forrest 11/2
Joe Ledley 9/1
Scott Brown 9/1
Charlie Mulgrew 12/1
Paul Heffernan 25/1
Dean Shiels 25/1
James Dayton 40/1
Liam Kelly 50/1
James Fowler 66/1
Others On Request
Bets Settled on the player to score the last goal of
the match for the winning side. ET and Pens Count

SPL Specials

Dundee Utd v Rangers
Matches between hese sides at Tannadice have been
full of incident with 4 red cards shown in the last 2 games
Red Card Shown in Match 7/2

Rangers have been playing their best football away
from home and have won their last 2 away games in the
SPL 4-1.
Rangers -1 goal 17/2
Rangers -2 goals 11/1

Motherwell v Aberdeen
Rory Fallon grabbed a double last Sunday to send
Motherwell crashing out of the Scottish Cup
Fallon to Score 2 or more goals 8/1

St Mirren v St Johnstone
St Mirren have drawn 7 of their last 8 matches and
St Johnstone have drawn 4 of their last 6. 6 of those
draws have been 0-0 and also 3 of the last 5 meetings
between these sides have been goalless.
No Goalscorer in Match 7/1

Hearts v Hibernian
Hearts have won only 1 match of thier last 9. Hibs
have only lost 2 of their last 7 so go into this derby
as the form side.
Hibernian Draw No Bet 21/10

Andy Webster has scored in both derbies this season
Webster to Score Anytime 7/1

Hearts have made a habit of scoring late in these
matches with 4 goals in the last 10 minutes of their
last 6 matches.
Hearts to Score after the 80th Minute 4/1

On loan striker Roy O’Donovan has scored in Hibs’
last two away victories.
O’Donovan to Score and Hibs to Win 13/2

Scottish Junior Cup Quarter Final Specials

Highest Scoring Match
Auchinleck v Bo’ness 9/4
Irvine Meadow v Bonnyrigg 5/2
Largs v Kilwinning 11/4
St Andrews v Shotts 11/4

To Win Cup
Auchinleck 15/8
Irvine Meadow 7/2
Bo’ness 5/1
Bonnyrigg 11/2
St Andrews 8/1
Shotts 10/1
Largs 14/1
Kilwinning 20/1

To Qualify For Semi Final

Auchinleck 4/11
Bo’ness 2/1

Irvine Meadow 1/2
Bonnyrigg 6/4

Largs 4/9
Kilwinning 13/8

St Andrews 1/2
Shotts 6/4

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5/1 Title Is Decided On Goal Difference…9/4 Van Persie Breaks 18 Year Old Record

WEDNESDAY PREMIER LEAGUE SPECIALS

Alex Ferguson has claimed that the Premier League title could go down to the wire with goal difference possibly being a deciding factor. William Hill offer 5/1 that the destination of the Premier League trophy is decided this way. Should that be the case, Hills think that United have the edge, offering 4/7 that they end the season with a more superior goal difference than their Manchester rivals (5/4 vice versa). Hills go 3/1 that the title is decided after the result of the Manchester Derby on the 30th April.

“This could be one of the closest title run ins yet, made all the more exciting by the fact that it is City against United,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “It is looking more and more likely that the Derby on 30th April could be the most important in recent memory.”

Robin van Persie could add to his impressive tally by bagging a goal or two on Wednesday evening against Everton and William Hill are offering 9/4 that he breaks the all time individual Premier League record goal tally of 34. He is 5/2 to outscore the entire Everton team during their match on Wednesday.

William Hill Odds:

Robin van Persie vs Everton (most goals): 5/2 Robin van Persie; 5/4 Everton; 6/4 Draw

Van Persie to score 35 or more League goals 2011/12: 9/4 yes; 1/3 no

5/1 Premier League title to be decided by goal difference

Which team will have the highest goal difference: 4/7 Manchester United; 5/4 Manchester City

Wednesday Premier League Specials:

Highest Scoring Match:
15/8 Tottenham / Stoke
5/2 Manchester City / Chelsea
3/1 QPR / Liverpool
3/1 Everton / Arsenal

Highest Scoring Team: 2/1 Tottenham; 7/2 Liverpool; 9/2 Manchester City; 11/2 Arsenal; 8/1 Everton; 9/1 Chelsea; 16/1 QPR; 20/1 Stoke

Fastest scoring team: 10/3 Tottenham; 4/1 Liverpool; 5/1 Manchester City; 5/1 Arsenal; 6/1 Everton; 13/2 Chelsea; 10/1 QPR; 12/1 Stoke

Total red cards: 4/5 none; 2/1 one; 3/1 two or more

Hat-trick scored: 3/1 yes; 2/9 no

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William Hill Midweek Specials

********************William Hill MIDWEEK SPECIALS*****************************
William Hill…LATEST SPL ODDS….. SPL Outright

Celtic 1/20
Rangers 8/1

William Hill TUESDAY CHAMPIONSHIP SPECIALS………..

William Hill odds – Highest Scoring Match: 9/2 Cardiff v Peterborough, 15/2 Burnley v Barnsley, 15/2 Coventry v Leeds, 8/1 Doncaster v Blackpool, 8/1 Portsmouth v Ipswich, 8/1 West Ham v Southampton, 10/1 Watford v Leicester, 12/1 Birmingham v Hull, 12/1 Brighton v Millwall, 12/1 Derby v Reading, 12/1 Middlesbrough v Nottm Forest, 14/1 Bristol City v C Palace.

William Hill odds – Highest Scoring Team: 13/2 Cardiff, 9/1 Burnley, 10/1 Birmingham, 10/1 Brighton, 12/1 Middlesbrough, 12/1 Portsmouth, 12/1 West Ham, 12/1 Blackpool, 16/1 Leicester,
20/1 Coventry, 22/1 Bristol City, 22/1 Leeds, 22/1 Derby, 25/1 Doncaster, 25/1 Reading, 25/1 Ipswich, 25/1 Southampton, 33/1 Watford, 33/1 Hull, 33/1 Crystal Palace, 33/1 Barnsley, 33/1 Nottm Forest, 40/1 Millwall, 4-/1 Peterborough.

William Hill odds – Fastest Scoring Team: 9/1 Cardiff, 12/1 Burnley, 14/1 Brighton, 14/1 West Ham, 14/1 Blackpool, 16/1 Birmingham, 16/1 Coventry, 16/1 Middlesborough, 16/1 Portsmouth,
16/1 Leicester, 18/1 Bristol City, 18/1 Derby, 18/1 Leeds, 18/1 Ipswich, 20/1 Doncaster, 20/1 Watford 20/1 Reading, 20/1 Southampton, 25/1 Hull, 25/1 Millwall, 25/1 Crystal Palace, 25/1 Barnsley,
25/1 Peterborough, 25/1 Nottm Forest.

William Hill odds – Total Red Cards: 3/1 none, 9/4 one, 9/2 two, 2/1 three or more.

William Hill odds – Hat-Trick Scored? 5/2 Yes, 2/7 No.

TO WIN CHAMPIONSHIP- 5/6 West Ham 1/5 to go up); 4 Southampton (11/10); 6 Birmingham (13/8); 9 Cardiff (7/4); 20 Reading (4/1); 20/1 Blackpool (9/2); 25 Middlesbro (9/2); 33 Hull (5/1); 66/1 Leicester (7/1).

C’SHIP TOP SCORER – 6/5 Rickie Lambert; 9/1 Ross McCormack; 10/1 Billy Sharp; 12/1 Darius Henderson; Jay Rodriguez;16 David Nugent; Robert Snodgrass.Others on request.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
TO WIN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE- 6/4 Barca; 5/2 Real; 5 Bayern M; 12 Chelsea; 20 Arsenal; 25 AC/Inter; 40 Napoli; 50 Benfica; 66 Lyon; 100 Marseille; Zenit; 150 B Leverkusen; 250 Appoel; Basel; CSKA.

Two to contest Final- 7/2 Barca-Real; 11/2 Barca-Bayern; 7/1 Real- Bayern; 10 Barca- Chelsea; 12 Real- Chelsea; 18 Barca- Arsenal; 18 Chelsea-Bayern; 20 Barca- AC; 22 Barca- Inter; 22 Real- Arsenal. Others on request.

EUROPA LEAGUE
William Hill offer 3/1 that Manchester City and Manchester United will score 5 or more goals between them in their Europa League matches this week. City are 4/1 favourites to win the tournament with United 13/2 second favourites, and Hils offer 20/1 that the two will meet in the Final.

William Hill: Fourth Premier League Manager to leave: 5/2 Harry Redknapp; 4/1 Andre Villas-Boas; 5/1 Owen Coyle; 5/1 Steve Kean; 7/1 Alex McLeish; 7/1 No manager to go; 14/1 Kenny Dalglish; 16/1 Roberto Martinez; 20/1 Paul Lambert; 20/1 Roy Hodgson; 33/1 Tony Pulis; 40/1 Brendan Rodgers; 40/1 David Moyes; 40/1 Mark Hughes; 40/1 Martin Jol; 50/1 Alan Pardew; 50/1 Arsene Wenger; 50/1 Roberto Mancini; 50/1 Sir Alex Ferguson; 50/1 Martin O’Neill; 50/1 Next Permanent Wolves manager.

CARLOS TEVEZ IS 5/4 WITH Hills TO play in a Premier or Europa League game before the end of the current season – but 4/7 not to.

4/1 PRE-MATCH HANDSHAKES TO BE SCRAPPED

William Hill are offering 4/1 that pre-match handshakes will be scrapped officially in Premier League matches before the start of next season.
‘Following the latest pre-match handshake debacle there will be pressure to scrap them completely’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. Hills are 1/7 that they remain an official part of pre-match proceedings next season.
Hills had offered 1/5 that Evra and Suarez WOULD shake hands, and 10/3 that they would not. ‘Punters called the pre-match handshake wrong on this occasion’ said Sharpe.
After Rio Ferdinand refused to shake hands with Suarez, Hills are offering 11/4 that he and John Terry will NOT start in the same Euro 12 side for England.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
Twitter- @sharpeangle

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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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5/1 All Prem Fa Cup Quarters…midweek Prem Specials

With a maximum of eight Premier League sides able to make it through to the FA Cup quarter finals, William Hill are offering 5/1 that the final eight sides are all from the Premier League.

“The draw has happened in such a way that the maximum number possible of Premier League sides can make it through to the quarters and at 5/1 it could well be possible,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Manchester City head to Everton hoping to maintain their challenge for a maiden Premier League title and Hills make the Blues 2/5 to lift the trophy at the end of the season. Hills are also offering 4/7 that City boss, Mancini, leaves his position before David Moyes does (5/4 to do vice versa).

“Should Manchester City throw away their dominant position at the head of the Premier League Mancini may well vacate his position, while David Moyes enjoys God-like status on the blue half of Merseyside and would surely only leave of his own volition,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Highest Scoring Match:
4/1 Tottenham/Wigan
9/2 Manchester United Stoke
5/1 Bolton/Arsenal
6/1 Blackburn/Newcastle
8/1 Everton/Manchester City
8/1 Fulham/West Brom
8/1 Sunderland/Norwich
9/1 Swansea/Chelsea
9/1 Wolves/Liverpool
9/1 Aston Villa/QPR

Highest Scoring Team: 4/1 Tottenham; 9/2 Manchester United; 8/1 Arsenal; 10/1 Aston Villa; 10/1 Fulham; 10/1 Sunderland; 10/1 Liverpool; 14/1 Blackburn; 14/1 Chelsea; 14/1 Manchester City; 16/1 Newcastle; 20/1 Everton; 25/1 Bolton; 33/1 Swansea; 33/1 QPR; 33/1 Norwich; 40/1 Wolves; 40/1 Stoke; 40/1 West Brom; 50/1 Wigan

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

Total Red Cards: 7/2 None; 2/1 One; 9/4 Two; 7/2 Three; 5/1 Four or more

Hat Trick Scored: 5/2 yes; 2/7 no

Premier League Outright: 2/5 Manchester City; 9/4 Manchester United; 16/1 Tottenham; 50/1 Chelsea; 150/1 Arsenal; 500/1 Liverpool

Next Premier League Manager: 8/13 Mick McCarthy; 9/2 Steve Kean; 8/1 Alex McLeish; 8/1 No manager to leave; 9/1 Owen Coyle; 9/1 Andre Villas-Boas; 10/1 Roberto Martinez; 10/1 Harry Redknapp; 16/1 BAR

Who will leave their job first: 4/7 Mancini; 5/4 Moyes

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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William Hill Fa Cup Specials…

With Liverpool in the final of the Carling Cup, Manchester City at the top of the Premier League, Chelsea and Arsenal still in the Champions League and Spurs fighting on more than front, William Hill are offering 2/5 that no one Premier League side wins any more than one of the big five trophies (7/4 that any Premier League side wins more than one trophy). With the FA Cup kicking off on Friday, William Hill make Spurs, who are playing Watford, 11/2 favourites to be the highest scoring side of the round. Hills are offering 15/8 that the highest scoring team in the round bag six or more.

The two Friday matches see Spurs taking on Watford and Everton facing Fulham with Tottenham 1/8 to qualify (Watford 9/2) and Everton 8/13 (Fulham 6/5).

Hills offer 3/1 that the maximum contingent of Premier League Teams possible make it through to the fifth round of the Cup while 66/1 is available for just six to make it through.

“The FA Cup always throws up the occasional clichéd ‘banana skin’ tie, but we think that the majority of Premier League teams will make it through unscathed,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill FA Cup Specials:

Number of Premier League teams in the FA Cup 5th Round: 66/1 six; 7/1 seven; 8/5 eight; 10/11 nine; 3/1 ten

Red Cards in FA Cup Games involving Premier League sides: 4/1 none; 15/8 one; 15/8 two; 15/8 three or more

Highest scoring match: 4/1 Watford/Tottenham; 11/2 Arsenal/Aston Villa; 13/2 West Brom/Norwich; 7/1 QPR/Chelsea; 8/1 Bolton/Swansea; 8/1 Brighton/Newcastle; 8/1 Liverpool/Manchester United; 10/1 Derby/Stoke; 11/1 Sunderland/Middlesbrough; 12/1 Everton/Fulham;

Highest Scoring team: 11/2 Tottenham; 6/1 Arsenal; 9/1 Chelsea; 9/1 West Brom; 12/1 Newcastle; 12/1 Sunderland; 14/1 Bolton; 14/1 Everton; 16/1 Liverpool; 16/1 Manchester United; 20/1 Norwich; 20/1 Stoke; 25/1 Brighton; 25/1 Derby; 25/1 Fulham; 25/1 Swansea; 25/1 Aston Villa; 25/1 QPR; 33/1 Middlesbrough; 33/1 Watford

Fastest scoring team: 11/1 Arsenal; 11/ Chelsea; 11/1 Tottenham; 12/1 Bolton; 12/1 Everton; 12/1 Manchester United; 12/1 Newcastle; 12/1 Sunderland; 12/1 West Brom; 14/1 Stoke; 16/1 Derby; 16/1 Liverpool; 16/1 Norwich; 16/1 Swansea; 20/1 Brighton; 20/1 QPR; 20/1 Watford; 25/1 Aston Villa; 25/1 Fulham; 25/1 Middlesbrough

How many lower league sides will force a replay against Premier League opposition: 2/1 none; 11/10 one; 11/4 two; 12/1 three; 100/1 four

No Premier League club to win any more than one trophy this season: 2/5 no; 7/4 yes
*Champions League; Europa League; Premier League; FA Cup; Carling Cup

FA Cup Finalists: 14/1 Chelsea/Manchester United; 16/1 Chelsea/Tottenham; 20/1 Manchester United/Tottenham; 25/1 Chelsea/Arsenal; 25/1 Arsenal/Manchester United; 40/1 Arsenal/Tottenham…others on request

All London Final (Spurs, Arsenal, QPR, Chelsea, Fulham, Millwall): 7/1

All Merseyside Final: 40/1

All North East Final (Sunderland, Newcastle, Middlesbrough): 25/1

Most goals scored by any one team in the FA Cup 4th Round (all games): 11/8 0-3; 13/8 4-5; 15/8 6 or more

FA Cup Outright: 4/1 Chelsea; 9/2 Tottenham; 11/2 Manchester United; 6/1 Arsenal; 9/1 Liverpool; 16/1 Everton; 16/1 Stoke; 16/1 Newcastle; 16/1 Sunderland; 28/1 Fulham; 33/1 Aston Villa; 33/1 West Brom; 40/1 Bolton; 50/1 QPR; 50/1 Norwich; 50/1 Swansea; 50/1 Southampton; 66/1 Leicester; 100/1 Birmingham; 100/1 Blackpool; 100/1 Hull; 100/1 Derby; 125/1 Middlesbrough; 125/1 Middlesbrough; 125/1 Millwall; 200/1 Brighton; 200/1 Watford; 300/1 Sheff Weds; 300/1 Sheff Utd; 500/1 Notts County; 500/1 Crawley; 750/1 Swindon; 750/1 Stevenage

To Qualify:

9/2 Watford; 1/8 Tottenham
8/13 Everton; 6/5 Fulham
9/4 QPR; 1/3 Chelsea
5/6 Liverpool; 5/6 Manchester United
11/10 Millwall; 4/6 Southampton
2/5 Hull; 7/4 Crawley
4/6 West Brom; 11/10 Norwich
1/2 Blackpool; 6/4 Sheffield Wednesday
8/13 Stevenage; 6/5 Notts County
5/4 Derby; 4/7 Stoke
1/1 Sheffield Utd; 8/11 Birmingham
4/6 Bolton; 19/10 Swansea
1/5 Leicester; 10/3 Swindon
13/8 Brighton; 4/9 Newcastle
4/9 Sunderland; 13/8 Middlesbrough
1/4 Arsenal; 11/4 Aston Villa

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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1/8 For Balotelli To Receive Retrospective Ban

Mario Baolotelli could well face retrospective action after appearing to stamp on the head of Scott Parker. Bookmakers, William Hill, are offering odds of 1/8 that Balotelli receives a four match ban from the FA and 9/2 that he does not. With Balotelli already having one red card to his name, William Hill are odds on, at 4/7 that he does not receive another this season, although he is 9/4 to get one more red card and 7/2 to get two or more.

“Balotelli is a volatile character and is always likely to be in the headlines but we think that while it is likely that he will receive a ban this time around, it could be the shot in the arm that turns his season around,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Will Balotelli receive a ban relating to Scott Parker Incident on Sunday: 1/8 yes; 9/2 no

Balotelli Red cards this season (only includes red cards shown on pitch and not retrospective bans): 4/7 one; 9/4 two; 7/2 three or more

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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