Scottish Premier League Bet

Match of the Day is not yet on our TV screens but the new soccer season has already started you know. Outside the Premiership quite a few leagues are already underway. The Socottish Premiership is one of them. With the relegation of Rangers it looks to be a one horse race in the ante post […]

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Hodgson’s Hero: Fit Again Bent 4/1 To Make Euros…hill’s Predict Fantastic Prem Finale


Darren Bent has been declared fit for the Euros and William Hill make the Villa man 4/1 to make Roy Hodgson’s 23 man squad (1/7 not to).

“In his pomp, Darren Bent is one of the best natural finishers in world football, although whether Hodgson will risk taking a player who has barely turned out for his club in 2012 remains to be seen,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Bent is 25/1 to secure the Euros Golden Boot, with Wayne Rooney at the same price and Danny Welbeck, Daniel Sturridge and Steven Gerrard at 33/1.


With the title, top four and relegation all to be decided on the final day of the season, William Hill have opened a market on which teams will fill the all important spots in the table. They offer 5/4 that City win the League, Arsenal grab the last definite Champions League spot (in third), and Bolton are the unlucky side who are relegated.

“This Premier League season has been nip and tuck from day one and it seems only fitting that there should be so much up for grabs on the final day,” said Crilly.

Will Darren Bent make the England Euros Squad: 4/1 yes; 1/7 no

To win the Premier League, Finish Third and be Relegated:

5/4 Man City; Arsenal; Bolton
10/3 Man City Tottenham; Bolton
7/2 Man City; Arsenal; QPR
8/1 Man City; Tottenham; QPR
9/1 Man Utd; Arsenal; Bolton
18/1 Man Utd; Tottenham; Bolton;
50/1 Man City; Newcastle; Bolton
100/1 Man City; Newcastle; QPR
200/1 Man Utd; Newcastle; Bolton

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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Bruce For Wolves ?

STEVE BRUCE has been installed as Even money favourite by William Hill to be Wolves’ next permanent boss following their relegation from the Premier League.

Hills also offer 5/2 Paul Ince; 4/1 Gary Megson; 6/1 Gordon Strachan; 8/1 Sam Allardyce; 10/1 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer; 10/1 Terry Connor.

Hills make Wolces 7/2 to come straight back up and 10/1 to do so as Champions.

Further info…graham sharpe…07803233702

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Latest Prem Odds


TOP FOUR FINISH….1/12 Arsenal (6/1 not) ; Evens Spurs (8/11); 6/4 Newcastle (1/2); 2/1 Chelsea (4/11)

WITHOUT MANCS- 2/7 Arsenal; 6/1 Newcastle; 9/1 Spurs; 12 Chelsea

William Hill…….Relegation….1/500 Wolves; 1/3 Blackburn (9/4 stay up); 1/2 Bolton (6/4 stay up); 4/1 Wigan; 9/1 Villa

Relegation trebles:

Teams to be relegated in any order

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702
twitter- @sharpeangle

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United Now 1/6 For Title, Wolves As Good As Down – 5/1 For No More Wins

Manchester City failed to win again although a rousing comeback prevented them from losing, but all the impetus has been handed to Manchester United in the race for the Premier League title. William Hill are now offering 4/1 that City win the title (United are 1/6). It is 3/1 for the title race to be decided by the time the Manchester derby comes around on the 30th April. Roberto Mancini is Even money to no longer to be in charge by the start of next season (8/11 to still be there).

Wolves have been cut adrift at the bottom of the table and William Hill make them 1/20 to be relegated. Terry Connor has failed to win as boss of Wolves and William Hill make him 1/8 to no longer be in charge on the first day of next season (9/2 to still be there as boss). In what would be an embarrassing climb down, Hills offer 12/1 that Mick McCarthy returns to Molineux as manager this season. Wolves are 5/1 to fail to win for the rest of the season.

“In a vital day at both ends of the table, Wolves appear to have condemned themselves to Championship football while Manchester United will now claim to have one hand on the Premier League trophy,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Odds:

Premier League relegation: 1/20 Wolves (8/1 to stay up); 2/5 Wigan (7/4); 2/5 QPR (7/4); 7/4 Blackburn; 11/4 Bolton; 12/1 Aston Villa

Premier League winner: 1/6 Manchester United; 4/1 Manchester City; 250/1 BAR

Premier League without Manchester sides: 1/1 Arsenal; 6/5 Tottenham; 5/1 Chelsea

How many points will Manchester United win the league by: 5/2 7 points or more; 7/2 not to win the league; 7/2 1-3 points; 7/2 4-6 points; 4/1 goal difference

Title to have been decided by 30th April (Manchester Derby): 3/1

Mick McCarthy to return as Wolves boss before end of season – 12/1

Terry Connor in charge of Wolves 1st day of 12/13 Premier League season – 9/2

Roberto Mancini to be in charge of Man City 1st day of 2012/13 Premier League season?
Yes – 8/11
No – EVS

Wolves not to win again this Premier League season – 5/1

Relegation trebles:


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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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

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

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Wigan Primed For Drop As They Let Lead Slip…swans Flying To Europe…championship Latest

Wigan briefly moved out of the bottom three as they went one goal up on West Brom, although an equaliser for Roy Hodgson’s men, saw the Latics remain in the bottom three. William Hill make them 1/5 to be relegated at the end of the season, 10/3 to stay up and 11/10 to finish bottom of the Premier League.

Swansea continued to impress, defeating Fulham at Craven Cottage and having all but guaranteed themselves Premier League football next season, can start to look up the table. William Hill are offering 16/1 that they finish the season in the top six and finish their first Premier League season with European football.

With only two games taking place in the Premier League on Saturday, the best of the action was to be found in the Championship where Reading briefly topped the table before a rousing comeback from Southampton saw them reclaim top spot and William Hill make the Saints the Even money favourites to win the League, with Reading 2/1 and West Ham 5/2.

Premier League Relegation:1/5 Wigan; 3/10 Wolves; 2/5 QPR; 5/4 Bolton; 7/4 Blackburn; 40/1 BAR

Premier League to stay up: 2/5 Blackburn; 4/7 Bolton; 7/4 QPR; 12/5 Wolves; 10/3 Wigan

Premier League to finish bottom: 11/10 Wigan; 7/4 Wolves; 9/4 QPR; 10/1 Bolton; 12/1 Blackburn

Premier League winner: 8/13 Manchester United; 6/5 Manchester City; 250/1 Arsenal; 250/1 Tottenham; 500/1 Chelsea

Championship winner: 1/1 Southampton; 2/1 Reading; 5/2 West Ham; 50/1 Birmingham; 80/1 Middlesbrough; 80/1 Hull; 100/1 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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United 16/1 To Win All Their Remaining Matches…how Many Points Will 17th Get?

Manchester United moved four points clear of Manchester City and William Hill make them 4/9 to retain the Premier League title with City 13/8 to win it for the first time. At the other end of the table, another heavy defeat for Wolves saw them slip to the bottom of the table and Hills think that the writing could be on the wall for Terry Connor’s men, offering 1/6 that they are relegated.

Alex Ferguson has claimed that his side need to win all of their remaining games if they are to win their 20th title and William Hill make them 16/1 to do so.

“There is no doubting that Manchester City will push their rivals all the way, but United now have the upper hand and if they win their remaining matches, will win the league,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Wolves have really struggled since dispensing of Mick McCarthy and Hills are offering 5/6 that Terry Connor is still in charge on the final day of the season (5/6 that he is not). It is not thought that the 40 point mark will be necessary for the team finishing in 17th place and Hills make 31 points or less their 21/10 favourite with 32 or 33 5/2.

Chelsea won their fourth consecutive match with Roberto Di Matteo in charge and William Hill make them 4/1 to avoid defeat in their next five matches, although they are 5/6 to lose next weekend against Manchester City.

Premier League Outright: 4/9 Manchester United; 13/8 Manchester City; 250/1 Arsenal; 250/1 Tottenham; 500/1 Chelsea

Premier League Relegation: 1/6 Wolves; 1/4 Wigan; 2/5 QPR; 5/4 Bolton; 2/1 Blackburn; 33/1 BAR

Premier League To Stay Up: 4/11 Blackburn; 4/7 Bolton; 7/4 QPR; 11/4 Wigan; 7/2 Wolves

Will Terry Connor be in charge of Wolves on the final day of the season: 5/6 yes; 5/6 no

How many points will 17th position get: 11/2 38 or more; 7/2 36 or 37; 11/4 34 or 35; 5/2 32 or 33; 21/10 31 or less

16/1 Manchester United to win all of their remaining games of 2011/12 season

When will Chelsea next lose: 5/6 Manchester City; 7/2 Tottenham; 5/1 Benfica (a); 16/1 Aston Villa; 16/1 Benfica (h); 4/1 unbeaten in any of these matches

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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City 6/4 For Title As Arsenal Odds On To Be Top London Club


William Hill have cut Manchester City from 13/8 to 6/4 to win the Premier League title for which Manchester United are 1/2 favourites.

4/9 Mancini to still be there 1st day next season:13/8 not to be

5/1 Title To be decided on goal difference

TOP LONDON CLUB….8/13 Arsenal; 6/4 Spurs; 8/1 Chelsea

Torres 3/1 ……Not to score in Prem this season ( must play some part in next Prem match or bets void )

Torres: To be at Chelsea at start of next season 8/15 Yes…….11/8 No

Tevez 5/6 to be at City 1st day next season… 5/6 not to be 1/10

Dalglish to be Liverpool boss day 1 next season:1/10 yes…..11/2 not to be

Di Matteo next permanent Chelsea boss? 5/2

Hills…Relegation 1/7 Wolves (4/1 STAY UP);’1/6 Wigan (7/2) ; 4/6 QPR (11/10) ;4/5 Bolton (10/11); 7/2 Blackburn

Further information……graham sharpe…0780 3233702
twitter- @sharpeangle

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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

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

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