William Hill Wekend Premier League Specials

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

WILL THIRTY NINE POINTS BE ENOUGH FOR PREMIER LEAGUE SURVIVAL?

WITH the relegation scrap looking like going right to the end of the season, William Hill have opened a book on how many points the 18th placed side in the table will end the season with – and offer 6/4 that it will be 38 or fewer. ‘Managers in the bottom half of the table are furiously working out how many points they need to be safe – we think 39 should do it’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

W-W-WILL THEY ALL FINISH BOTTOM, INITIALLY?

William Hill offer 11/4 that all three relegated teams this season will begin with a ‘W’, and offer 20/1 that three ‘B’s will go down. ‘Initially, it seemed like a good idea to quote odds about alphabetical relegations!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills….RELEGATION TREBLES
Three W’s – 11/4
Three B’s – 20/1
Three Midlands – 13/2
Three Promoted – 100/1

HOW MANY PTS 18TH PLACE ODDS
Under 39 6/4
40-41 7/4
42 or more 2/1

VILLA are 13/2 to be relegated with Hills who make Wigan 2/5 favourites for the drop (7/4 to stay up) and also offer 5/4 Blackpool; 6/4 West Ham; 13/8 WBA; 7/4 Birmingham; 2/1 Wolves; 2/1 Blackburn.

TO FINISH BOTTOM….5/4 Wigan; 11/2 Blackpool; 6/1 West Ham; 7/1 WBA; 7/1 Wolves; 9/1 Birmingham; 11/1 Blackburn; 16/1 Villa

WILL HOULLIER STILL BE VILLAIN NEXT SEASON?

ASTON VILLA are 11/4 with William Hill to drop into the bottom three after this weekend’s Premier League matches- and Hills make their boss, Gerard Houllier 6/5 to be gone before the start of next season – and 5/1 to be the next manager to go this season. ‘If Houllier thinks he’s under pressure now, he’ll soon realize that matters can get much worse should Villa slip into the relegation zone after this round of games’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills……Aston Villa to be in the bottom 3 after Saturdays Premier League fixtures – 11/4

Hills……HOULLIER STILL VILLA BOSS ON FIRST DAY OF NEXT SEASON 8/13 Yes; 6/5 no

HAVING A TORRES TIME – 6/1 NO PREM GOALS FOR CHESEA THIS SEASON

DESPITE having yet to get off the mark for Chelsea, William Hill believe Fernando Torres will strike more quickly than his other two high profile yet-to-score Premier League rivals Carroll and Dzeko. And Torres is Even money to open his Premier League account against Stoke this weekend, but 6/1 not to score in any of his next five games. ‘Torres is having a torrid time in front of goal but it is hard to see that continuing for much longer’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills…When will Torres score for Chelsea?

Stoke (A)1/1
Man Utd CL (H)4/1
Wigan (H)10/3
Man Utd CL (A)12/1
West Brom (A)9/1
None of these6/1

Must start next game

Hills….Who will score quickest Prem Lg goal?

Torres6/4
Carroll13/8
Dzeko2/1

*Based on round of matches then on minute of match.

TORRES NOT TO SCORE IN PREM LEAGUE FOR CHELSEA THIS SEASON-6/1; CAROLLL NOT TO SCORE IN OPRE LEAGUE FOR LIVERPOOL TIS SEASON – 7/1. (Both must start next games for bets to stand.)

UNITED 14/1 TO STRETCH LEAD TO EIGHT POINTS

MANCHESTER UNITED are 14/1 with Hill to go eight points clear at the top of the table after this round of matches – but are 11/2 to be pegged back to just a two point lead.

MAN UTD PTS CLEAR AFTER ROUND OF FIXTURES
EIGHT 14/1
SEVEN 8/1
SIX 28/1
FIVE 5/6
FOUR 20/1
THREE 10/3
TWO 11/2

PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE ODDS…8/15 Man U; 11/4 Arsenal; 11/2 Chelsea; 50/1 Man City.
TITLE STRAIGHT FORECAST….11/8 United-Arsenal; 11/4 United-Chelsea; 7/2 Arsenal-United; 12 Chelsea-United; 20 Arsenal-Chelsea. Othes on request.
TO FINISH IN TOP FOUR…3/10 Man City; 15/8 Spurs
PREM LEAGUE TOP SCORER…4/5 Berbatov; Evens Tevez; 25 Van Persie. Others on request.

TOP 4 SPECIALS
Fastest Scoring Team
Arsenal 7/4
Man City 11/4
Chelsea 3/1
Man Utd 3/1
Win Only. Dead heat rules apply.

Highest Scoring Team
Arsenal 11/8
Man City 11/4
Chelsea 3/1
Man Utd 10/3
Win Only. Dead heat rules apply.

Highest Scoring Game
Arsenal v Blackburn 2/1
West Ham v Man Utd 11/4
Man City v Sunderland 3/1
Stoke v Chelsea 10/3
Win Only. Dead heat rules apply.

RED CARDS

None 13/2
One 11/5
Two or more 1/2

HAT-TRICK SCORED?

Yes 5/1
No 1/9

HILL’S PREMIER LEAGUE SPECIALS:

Highest Scoring Match
Arsenal v Blackburn 5/1
Fulham v Blackpool 5/1
Everton v Aston Villa 13/2
Newcastle v Wolves 7/1
Stoke v Chelsea 7/1
West Ham v Man Utd 7/1
Wigan v Tottenham 15/2
Man City v Sunderland 8/1
Birmingham v Bolton 9/1
West Brom v Liverpool 10/1
EW 1/5 1,2,3. Dead heat rules apply.

FASTEST SCORING TEAM
Arsenal 6/1
Fulham 8/1
Everton 10/1
Chelsea 14/1
Man City 14/1
Man Utd 14/1
Newcastle 14/1
Tottenham 14/1
Blackpool 16/1
Liverpool 16/1
Birmingham 20/1
Bolton 20/1
West Brom 20/1
West Ham 20/1
Wigan 20/1
Wolves 20/1
Aston Villa 25/1
Blackburn 25/1
Stoke 25/1
Sunderland 25/1
EW 1/4 1,2,3,4. Dead heat rules apply.

HIGHEST SCORING TEAM
Arsenal 4/1
Fulham 13/2
Chelsea 9/1
Man Utd 9/1
Everton 10/1
Newcastle 10/1
Man City 12/1
Tottenham 12/1
Liverpool 14/1
Birmingham 16/1
Bolton 20/1
West Brom 20/1
Wigan 20/1
Aston Villa 25/1
Wolves 25/1
Blackpool 28/1
West Ham 28/1
Stoke 33/1
Blackburn 66/1
Sunderland 66/1
EW 1/4 1,2,3,4. Dead heat rules apply.

Further information….graham sharpe….0208 918 3731

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Arry Backed To Be Next Boss Out This Season As Villa 11/4 To Drop Into Bottom 3

REDKNAPP BACKED TO BE NEXT BOSS OUT

Harry Redknapp has been backed from 100/1 to 9/1 to be the next Premier League manager to leave his club this season with William Hill who make Steve Kean 8/13 favourite with Roberto Martinez 4/1; Gerard Houllier 5/1; Roberto Mancini 10/1; Carlo Ancelotti 12/1. Hills offer 13/8 that no more managers will leave this season. ‘We have seen a number of new clients opening accounts purely to bet on Harry being the next to go this season and although we can see no possible reason why this should happen we’ve had to react to the money as no one else is being backed at the moment’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

WILL HOULLIER STILL BE VILLAIN NEXT SEASON?

ASTON VILLA are 11/4 with William Hill to drop into the bottom three after this weekend’s Premier League matches- and Hills make their boss, Gerard Houllier 6/5 to be gone before the start of next season – and 5/1 to be the next manager to go this season. ‘If Houllier thinks he’s under pressure now, he’ll soon realize that matters can get much worse should Villa slip into the relegation zone after this round of games’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

VILLA are 13/2 to be relegated with Hills who make Wigan 2/5 favourites for the drop (7/4 to stay up) and also offer 5/4 Blackpool; 6/4 West Ham; 13/8 WBA; 7/4 Birmingham; 2/1 Wolves; 2/1 Blackburn.

Hills……Aston Villa to be in the bottom 3 after Saturdays Premier League fixtures – 11/4

Hills……HOULLIER STILL VILLA BOSS ON FIRST DAY OF NEXT SEASON 8/13 Yes; 6/5 no

HILL’S PREMIER LEAGUE SPECIALS:

Highest Scoring Match
Arsenal v Blackburn 5/1
Fulham v Blackpool 5/1
Everton v Aston Villa 13/2
Newcastle v Wolves 7/1
Stoke v Chelsea 7/1
West Ham v Man Utd 7/1
Wigan v Tottenham 15/2
Man City v Sunderland 8/1
Birmingham v Bolton 9/1
West Brom v Liverpool 10/1
EW 1/5 1,2,3. Dead heat rules apply.

FASTEST SCORING TEAM
Arsenal 6/1
Fulham 8/1
Everton 10/1
Chelsea 14/1
Man City 14/1
Man Utd 14/1
Newcastle 14/1
Tottenham 14/1
Blackpool 16/1
Liverpool 16/1
Birmingham 20/1
Bolton 20/1
West Brom 20/1
West Ham 20/1
Wigan 20/1
Wolves 20/1
Aston Villa 25/1
Blackburn 25/1
Stoke 25/1
Sunderland 25/1
EW 1/4 1,2,3,4. Dead heat rules apply.

HIGHEST SCORING TEAM
Arsenal 4/1
Fulham 13/2
Chelsea 9/1
Man Utd 9/1
Everton 10/1
Newcastle 10/1
Man City 12/1
Tottenham 12/1
Liverpool 14/1
Birmingham 16/1
Bolton 20/1
West Brom 20/1
Wigan 20/1
Aston Villa 25/1
Wolves 25/1
Blackpool 28/1
West Ham 28/1
Stoke 33/1
Blackburn 66/1
Sunderland 66/1
EW 1/4 1,2,3,4. Dead heat rules apply.

TOP 4 SPECIALS
Fastest Scoring Team
Arsenal 7/4
Man City 11/4
Chelsea 3/1
Man Utd 3/1
Win Only. Dead heat rules apply.

Highest Scoring Team
Arsenal 11/8
Man City 11/4
Chelsea 3/1
Man Utd 10/3
Win Only. Dead heat rules apply.

Highest Scoring Game
Arsenal v Blackburn 2/1
West Ham v Man Utd 11/4
Man City v Sunderland 3/1
Stoke v Chelsea 10/3
Win Only. Dead heat rules apply.

MAN UTD PTS CLEAR AFTER ROUND OF FIXTURES
EIGHT 14/1
SEVEN 8/1
SIX 28/1
FIVE 5/6
FOUR 20/1
THREE 10/3
TWO 11/2

RED CARDS

None 13/2
One 11/5
Two or more 1/2

HAT-TRICK SCORED?

Yes 5/1
No 1/9

Further information….graham sharpe….0208 918 3731

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Wigan Favourites For Bottom Spot After Wolves Golden Performance

Wolverhampton Wanderers have drifted from 4/5 to 2/1 for relegation with William Hill after they moved out of the relegation zone with victory against Blackpool, while their opponents, are 9/2. Wigan are the 9/4 favourites to finish bottom of the Premier League and 2/5 to get relegated after their defeat to Manchester United, who are 8/15 to win the league ahead of Arsenal at 15/8 and Chelsea at 20/1.

“Manchester United did not play particularly well today, but still managed to stick four past a hapless Wigan and things are looking bleak for them,” said Hills spokesman Joe Crilly.

Hills have been inundated with punters backing Arsenal to win the Quad. Hills are offering 100/1 that Arsenal bag the Carling Cup, FA Cup, Premier League and The Champions League and could now pay out a six figure sum if Wenger’s men do the business. “Our punters seem to be of the opinion that Arsene Wenger has been saving up all of their trophyless seasons in return for one big one.”

WHEN WILL TORRES BREAK CHELSEA DUCK?
When Will Torres Next Score? ODDS
Man Utd (1st March) 6/5
Blackpool (7th March) 13/8
Copenhagen (16th March, CL) 9/2
Man City (20th March) 8/1
Stoke (2nd April) 11/1
None of these fixtures 7/1

Premier League Odds:

To Win Premier League: 8/15 Manchester United; 15/8 Arsenal; 20/1 Chelsea; 33/1 Manchester City; 125/1 Tottenham; 200/1 Liverpool

To Finish Bottom: 9/4 Wigan; 3/1 West Ham; 9/2 West Brom; 5/1 Wolves; 13/2 Blackpool; 12/1 Birmingham; 14/1 Blackburn; 33/1 BAR

To Be Relegated: 2/5 Wigan; 8/15 West Ham; 6/5 West Brom; 5/4 Wolves; 2/1 Blackpool; 9/2 Birmingham; 5/1 Blackburn; 12/1 BAR

Further Information…Joe Crilly…07850 518 164

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Hughes In Danger Of Being Next Boss Out ?

*****************************PREMIER LEAGUE ODDS UPDATE************************************

12/1 UNITED TO STAY UNBEATEN ALL SEASON

MANCHESTER UNITED ARE NOW 12/1 WITH William Hill to remain undefeated in the Premier League all season – and Hills make them 10/1 to win the title with Manchester City runners-up – and offer 20/1 vice versa. ‘There is a serious chance of the two Manchester clubs monopolising the top two spots this season’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

**TITLE ODDS…..Evens Man U; 9/4 Chelsea; 5/1 Arsenal; 9/1 Man City (4/11 to finish in top four); 28/1 Spurs. (11/8 to finish in top four)

NOW WOLVES FAVOURITES TO FINISH BOTTOM

WOLVES ARE now 4/7 favourites to be relegated with William Hill who also make them 9/4 favourites to finish bottom of the table.

GOING DOWN? Hill’s relegation odds…….4/7 Wolves; 4/5 West Ham; 6/5 Wigan; 15/8 Blackpool; 2/1 Fulham; 13/5 Blackburn; 3/1 Birmingham; 11/2 Newcastle; 13/2 WBA; 8/1 Villa.

FINISH BOTTOM….9/4 Wolves; 11/4 West Ham; 7/2 Wigan; 6/1 Blackpool; 7/1 Fulham; 10 Blackburn; 14 Birmingham; 40 West Brom.

HUGHES IN DANGER OF BEING NEXT BOSS OUT?

MARK Hughes has been cut from 12/1 to 9/1 to be the next Premier League manager to leave his job after Fulham’s capitulation to struggling West Ham. ‘Mark Hughes was already rumoured to be in danger of the sack before the result which plunged Fulham into the relegation zone. He must be under massive pressure now’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.But Mick McCarthy was also cut, from 9/1 to 6/1 as Wolves lost to Wigan at home. ‘Mick’s side have always been regarded as relegation candidates’ said Sharpe.

NEXT PREM BOSS OUT….4/7 Grant; 11/4 Mancini; 9/2 Hodgson; 6 McCarthy; 9 Ancelotti; 9 Hughes; 14 Holloway; 16 Houllier; 20 McLeish; 28 No more to go.

William Hill make favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave his job. Hills make second favourite and also offer:

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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Feelgood Factor Kicks In As Punters Pile On ‘ Pool

‘FEELGOOD FACTOR’ KICKS IN AS PUNTERS PILE ON ‘POOL

William Hill have cut Liverpool’s odds against Everton from 2/1 to 19/10 as punters bet on the feelgood factor kicking in as they play their first game since the new owners were announced. ‘We’ve only made a slight cut to Liverpool’s odds, but since the takeover was announced we’ve seen an upsurge in support for Liverpool to win the fixture with one punter in a branch in Chester gambling £4000 on them – the biggest bet we’ve seen all season for a Liverpool away win!” said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Merseyside Derbies are usually feisty affairs and William Hill are offering odds of 2/1 that there is a red card shown during the game. Liverpool, who go into Sunday’s game behind Everton and in the relegation zone, are 4/6 to finish the season in a higher league position than their Merseyside rivals. Hills have also cut their odds from 4/1 to 7/2 that Liverpool take all six points from Everton this season, while the blue side of Liverpool is out from 6/1 to 9/1 to take maximum points in the two grudge games. ‘Bragging rights are particularly important to these fans this season and draws are not a lot of good to either side at the moment’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hill’s Derby Day Odds:

6/4 Everton; 19/10 Liverpool; 21/10 Draw

Will There Be A Red Card In The Derby Game: 2/1 Yes

Everton Points vs Liverpool
6…9/1
4…7/2
3…15/8
2…8/1
1….2/1
0…7/2

Liverpool Points vs Everton
6….7/2
4….2/1
3….15/8
2…8/1
1…7/2
0….9/1

Prem Position Season Match Bet
Liverpool 4/6
Everton 11/10

HOW LONG WILL NESV OWN LIVERPOOL?

William Hill have opened a book on when Liverpool’s new owners, NESV, will become ex-owners. ‘Fans will believe that John W Henry and his NESV colleagues are in for the long hal at Liverpool, but they may be disappointed’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe:

Hills: WHEN WILL LIVERPOOL’S NEW OWNERS SELL THE CLUB ON?

Before 31/12/2012
11/4

1/1/2013 – 31/12/2016
11/4

After 1/1/2017
4/6

LIVERPOOL ODDS -ON TO WIN NOTHING AGAIN

DESPITE acquiring new owners, Liverpool are still big odds-on shots to end the season with no major trophy to their credit. William Hill make them 1/12 to win no trophies, but offer 9/1 that they can win the FA Cup and 10/1 to land the Europa League.

Hills…..Where Will Liverpool Finish In Prem League?

Champions….100/1

2nd – 4th….9/2

5th-10th….1/3

11th-17th….4/1

Bottom 3…18/1

Liverpool FC to formally change their name to the Liverpool Redsox by the end of 2010 100/1

Liverpool FC to be playing in a new purpose built stadium by the first day of 2012-13 Premiership season 4/1 yes, 1/7 no

Roy Hodgson still boss on first day of next season? 8/11 yes…Evens no

Fernando Torres to be sold in the January 2011 transfer window (loans do not count) 3/1 yes, 2/9 no

Steven Gerrard to be sold in the January 2011 transfer window (loans do not count) 10/1 yes, 1/33 no

PREM SUNDAY SPECIALS….

Highest Scoring Team
Man City10/11
Everton3/1
Liverpool7/2
Blackpool5/1

Dead heat rules apply.

Team Scoring Quickest Goal
Man City13/8
Everton11/4
Liverpool3/1
Blackpool10/3

Dead heat rules apply.

Highest Scoring Match
Blackpool v Man City4/7
Everton v Liverpool5/4

FURTHER INFORMATION…..Graham Sharpe….0780 3233702

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Wayne Is 8/1 To Go Walkabout

William Hill Premier League Specials

Wayne Is 8/1 To Go Walkabout

Following Wayne Rooney’s recent comments, bookmakers William Hill are offering 5/2 that Alex Ferguson does not start him against West Brom at the weekend and 8/1 that he is not at Utd come the first day of next season. Man Utd are the 8/1 favourites to score the fastest goal this weekend and Owen Hargreaves, who is making his latest come back from injury, is 8/1 to score at any time.

“Wayne will not be in Fergie’s good books at the moment and history has shown that players who go against his wishes tend not stay at Old Trafford for too long,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Wayne Rooney And United Odds:

2/7 Man Utd; 10/1 West Brom; 4/1 Draw

Will Rooney Start Against West Brom: 2/7 Yes; 5/2 No
If He Starts, Will He Finish The Game: 5/6 Yes; 5/6 No
Rooney To Still Be At Man United On The First Day Of Next Season: 1/20 Yes; 8/1 No
What Will Happen First: 4/7 Rooney To Leave Man Utd; 5/4 Rooney To Get Divorced

Derby Day Drama 2/1 To Include A Red Card

Merseyside Derbies are usually feisty affairs and William Hill are offering odds of 2/1 that there is a red card shown during the game. Liverpool, who go into Sunday’s game behind Everton and in the relegation zone, are 4/6 to finish the season in a higher league position than their Merseyside rivals. Hills are also offering 4/1 that Liverpool take all six points from Everton this season, while the blue side of Liverpool is 6/1 to take maximum points in the two grudge games.

“Liverpool desperately need to give their fans something to cheer about and it could well come in the form of victory over their rivals,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Hill’s Derby Day Odds:

11/8 Everton; 2/1 Liverpool; 11/5 Draw

Will There Be A Red Card In The Derby Game: 2/1 Yes
How Many Points Will Liverpool Take Off Everton This Season: 4/1 Six; 9/4 Four; 2/1 Three; 8/1 Two; 3/1 One; 6/1 None
How Many Points Will Everton Take Off Liverpool This Season: 6/1 Six; 3/1 Four; 2/1 Three; 8/1 Two; 9/4 One; 4/1 None

Premier League Prices:

Highest Scoring Match
Arsenal v Birmingham 5/1
Man Utd v West Brom 5/1
Blackpool v Man City 6/1
Aston Villa v Chelsea 15/2
Newcastle v Wigan 8/1
Fulham v Tottenham 17/2
Blackburn v Sunderland 11/1
Bolton v Stoke 11/1
Everton v Liverpool 11/1
Wolves v West Ham 11/1

Fastest Scoring Team
Man Utd 8/1
Man City 17/2
Arsenal 9/1
Chelsea 10/1
Blackburn 12/1
Bolton 12/1
Newcastle 12/1
Tottenham 14/1
Wolves 14/1
Everton 16/1
Fulham 16/1
Liverpool 16/1
Sunderland 16/1
West Ham 16/1
Aston Villa 20/1
Birmingham 20/1
Blackpool 20/1
Stoke 20/1
Wigan 20/1
West Brom 25/1

Highest Scoring Team
Man Utd 7/2
Arsenal 9/2
Man City 13/2
Chelsea 9/1
Newcastle 11/1
Bolton 16/1
Tottenham 16/1
Wolves 16/1
Everton 18/1
Blackburn 20/1
Liverpool 20/1
Sunderland 22/1
Fulham 25/1
Stoke 25/1
West Ham 25/1
Aston Villa 28/1
Blackpool 33/1
Wigan 33/1
Birmingham 40/1
West Brom 40/1

Number of red cards in Prem matches.
None 4/1
One 13/8
Two or more 4/5

Hattrick 3/1
No hattrick 2/9
Highest Number of Goals by One Player
One 15/8
Two 11/10
Three 3/1
Four or more 8/1

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

Additional Info: http://sports.williamhill.com/bet/en-gb/betting/y/5/Football.html

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Ken Dalglish Come Back To Boss Liverpool ?

YOU BET DALGLISH KEN COME BACK TO MANAGE LIVERPOOL !

William Hill are offering odds of 10/3 that Kenny Dalglish will become Liverpool manager at any stage of the current Premier League season. ‘With Liverpool in the relegation zone, Roy Hodgson under pressure and sections of the crowd calling for the return of ‘King Kenny’ we have opened a book on whether Dalglish will manage the side at any point during the current season’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills….Kenny Dalglish to manage Liverpool at any point during the 2010/11 Premier League season …10/3 YES; 1/5 NO

Hills NOW OFFER 5/6 THAT ROY HODGSON WILL STILL BE LIVERPOOL MANAGER ON THE FIRST DAY OF NEXT SEASON, 5/6 THAT HE WILL NOT. ‘It seems to us to be as likely that he will be boss still, as that he will not, so we’re sitting on the fence with this one!’ said Sharpe.

Hills also offer 6/5 that Hodgson will go before the end of this season and make him 5/1 third favourite to be the next Premier League manager to part company with his club. Roberto Martinez is 3/1 favourite, with Avram Grant 7/2 second favourite.

Hills…..Where Will Liverpool Finish?

Champions
100/1

2nd – 4th
9/2

5th-10th
1/3

11th-17th
4/1

Bottom 3
18/1

Bottom 100/1

Further information…….graham sharpe…..0780 3233702

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Hull And Brown Survival Chances Boosted

BROWN AND HULL’S SURVIVAL CHANCES BOOSTED

William Hill have lengthened their odds about Hull being relegated from 1/2 to 4/7 – and their odds about Phil Brown leaving his job as boss before the end of the season from 8/15 to 4/7. ‘Hull’s unbeaten run has improved their standing but still hasn’t taken them right out of the relegation zone’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe, ‘And we still believe they are more likely to be relegated than not, and that Brown is unlikely to see the season out in his job’

William Hill – Relegation odds….4/9 Portsmouth (13/8 stay up) 4/7 Hull (11/8); 10/11 Wolves (4/5); 13/8 Burnley; 9/4 Birmingham; 10/3 Bolton; 11/2 Wigan; 6/1 West Ham; 8/1 Bolton.
THREE PROMOTED SIDES TO GO STRAIGHT BACK DOWN…..16/1
BROWN TO STAIN CHARGE UNTIL END OF SEASON – 4/7 NO; 5/4 YES.

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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