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
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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

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5/1 Three Or More England Scorers Against Montenegro……5/6 Lampard To Start

5/1 THREE OR MORE ENGLAND SCORERS AGAINST MONTENEGRO……5/6 LAMPARD TO START

William Hill offer 5/1 that three or more England players will score against Monenegro. England are 23/10 to win the game by 1 goal; 15/4 by two; 17/2 by three; 16/1 by four or more.

England are 2/1 to score in both halves.

England are 17/20 to keep a clean sheet and 8/5 to win to nil.

12/5 goal scored in first 15mins of game.

90minute odds…..4/1 Montenegro; 5/2 draw; 8/11 England

ROONEY is Evens to score at any time with Hills, 4/1 to score the first goal of the game; Bent and Carroll are both 6/4 and 11/2 respectively to do likewise.

To Start Against Montenegro:
Andy Carroll – 5/2 Yes, 2/7 No.
James Milner – 7/4 Yes, 2/5 No.
Adam Johnson – 2/1 Yes, 4/11 No.
Phil Jagielka – 6/4 Yes, 1/2 No.
Stewart Downing – 8/11 Yes, Evens No.
Theo Walcott – Evens Yes, 8/11 No.
Frank Lamapard – 5/6 Yes, 5/6 No.
Gary Cahill – 2/5 Yes, 7/4 No.

Total England Goals v Montenegro:
3/1 – none
17/10 – one
23/10 – two
5/1 – three
10/1 – four or more

ENGLAND are 1/200 to qualify for the Euro 2012 Finals with Hills who go 25/1 that they miss out.

ENGLAND ARE 40/1 WITH Hills TO WIN EURO 2012 BY WINNING EVERY ONE OF THEIR REMAINING GAMES IN 90MINS PLAY. England are 8/11 to win in Montenegro with Hills, who make the home side 4/1 and the draw 5/2.

ENGLAND are 17/5 to WIN both halves, Montenegro 16/; England 15/2 to come from behind to win the game, Montenegro 16/1

Hills…TO WIN EURO 2012….3/1 Spain; 4/1 Germany; 9/2 Holland; 9/1 England; 9/1 Italy; 10/1 France; 16/1 Portugal. Others on request.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

T: 020 8918 3731
M: 07803 233702
E: gsharpe@williamhill.co.uk
Twitter – @sharpeangle

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7/1 Rio To Head For States + Euro Specials

7/1 RIO SAYS, ‘YANKS A LOT, I’M OFF TO THE MLS’

William Hill are quoting Rio Ferdinand at 10/3 to miss out on selection for England’s 2012 squad, and offer 7/1 that he will play in the MLS during its next season, which begins in March . ‘Rio is rumoured to be thinking of a move to the MLS, and should he believe he could miss out on selection for the Euro 2012 squad he may well decide to head for the States’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Rio Ferdinand to…
Make Euro 2012 squad
Yes 1/5
No 10/3

Start a Euro 2012 match
Yes 2/5
No 7/4

Play any part in Euro 2012
Yes 1/4
No 11/4

**Bets void if England do not qualify

TO START FOR ENGLAND V MONTENEGRO

Yes No
Andy Carroll 11/4 1/4
Danny Welbeck 5/2 2/7
Darren Bent 9/4 1/3
Bobby Zamora 9/2 1/8

** Hills have lengthened Carroll from 2/1 to 11/4 to start v Montenegro.

ENGLAND ARE 40/1 WITH Hills TO WIN EURO 2012 BY WINNING EVERY ONE OF THEIR REMAINING GAMES IN 90MINS PLAY. England are 8/11 to win in Montenegro with Hills, who make the home side 4/1 and the draw 5/2.

Hills…TO WIN EURO 2012….3/1 Spain; 4/1 Germany; 9/2 Holland; 9/1 England; 9/1 Italy; 10/1 France; 16/1 Portugal. Others on request.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

T: 020 8918 3731
M: 07803 233702
E: gsharpe@williamhill.co.uk
TWITTER – @sharpeangle

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

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Three Lionesses Backed For Win Against France

England’s Women progressed through to the Quarter Final of the World Cup and bookmakers, William Hill, make them 9/5 to defeat France in the next round. Les Bleus are 6/5 slight favourites but despite this, Hope Powell’s recruits have been well backed by punters with over 60% of all bets being staked on them to win. Should the game go beyond the 90 minutes, Hills are offering 12/1 that England win in extra time and 11/1 they win on penalties.

England are relative outsiders to go on and win the competition, offered at 20/1, quite a way behind favourites, Germany, at 5/6 and Brazil at 7/2. The Three Lionesses are 8/13 to be knocked out at the Quarter Final stage and 6/5 to qualify for the Semis.

“England were very much improved against Japan while the French side are coming into the game on the back of a heavy defeat to Germany and our punters are backing them to come good,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

England’s Kelly Smith came into the tournament as the Golden Girl of the team, however, she has failed to find the net once during the tournament and has been backed by Hill’s punters NOT to score during the remaining games. Originally offered at 8/11 not to do so, she has been backed into 4/6, but she is 11/10 to get off the mark.

Outright: 5/6 Germany; 7/2 Brazil; 13/2 USA; 14/1 Sweden; 16/1 France; 20/1 Japan; 20/1 England; 50/1 Australia

Stage of Elimination: 8/13 Quarter Final; 5/2 Semi Final; 9/2 Runner Up; 20/1 Winner

England v France (qualification): 6/5 England; 8/13 France

To win in extra time: 12/1 England; 11/1 France

To win on penalties: 11/1 England; 10/1 France

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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 Weekend Premier League Specials

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

2/11 UNITED TO CLINCH PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE ON SATURDAY

William Hill make Manchester United 2/11 to clinch the Premier League title at Blackburn on Saturday.

Hills….Man Utd To Win All 3 Remaining Games In 90 Mins – 10/1

Man Utd To Win All 3 Remaining Games Including Extra Time & Pens – 7/1

TO WIN PREM LEAGUE 2011/12….2/1 Man U; 9/4 Chelsea; 7/2 Man City; 5/1 Arsenal; 12/1 Liverpool; 33/1 Spurs; 150/1 Everton; Villa.

HAMMERS ODDS ON TO GO DOWN THIS WEEKEND

West Ham down on Sunday 1/4

William Hill Relegation Trebles:

Current Bottom Three (Blackpool, Wigan & West Ham) 11/8

Three W’s (West Ham, Wigan & Wolves) 6/1

Three B’s (Blackpool, Blackburn & Birmingham) 80/1

Three Lancashire (Blackpool, Blackburn & Wigan) 12/1

TO BE RELEGATED….1/14 WEST HAM (13/2 STAY UP); 1/ 4 BLACKPOOL (11/4); 2/5 WIGAN (7/4); 7/4 WOLVES (2/5); 7/2 BLACKBURN; 9/2 BIRMINGHAM.

FINISH BOTTOM…..4/6 WEST HAM; 5/2 BLACKPOOL; 7/2 WIGAN; 10 WOLVES

FINISH 5TH – 1/6 LIVERPOOL; 7/2 SPURS

ANCELOTTI STILL AT CHELSEA FIRST GAME OF NEXT SEASON? 8/13 NO; 6/5 YES.

HighestScoringMatch
Chelsea v Newcastle 11/2
Blackpool v Bolton 5/1
Arsenal v Aston Villa 11/2
Wigan v West Ham 6/1
Blackburn v Man Utd 7/1
West Brom v Everton 7/1
Liverpool v Tottenham 7/1
Sunderland v Wolves 8/1
Birmingham v Fulham 9/1

EW 1/5 1,2,3

FastestScoringTeam
Chelsea 7/1
Arsenal 9/1
Liverpool 11/1
Man Utd 11/1
Wigan 12/1
Blackpool 12/1
Sunderland 14/1
West Brom 14/1
Birmingham 14/1
Tottenham 14/1
Bolton 14/1
Wolves 14/1
Everton 14/1
Blackburn 16/1
West Ham 16/1
Fulham 16/1
Aston Villa 20/1
Newcastle 25/1
EW ¼ 1,2,3,4

HighestScoringTeam_
Chelsea 9/2
Arsenal 6/1
Liverpool 9/1
Man Utd 9/1
Blackpool 10/1
Wigan 10/1
West Brom 12/1
Birmingham 14/1
Bolton 14/1
West Ham 16/1
Sunderland 16/1
Everton 16/1
Wolves 18/1
Tottenham 25/1
Blackburn 28/1
Fulham 28/1
Aston Villa 28/1
Newcastle 40/1
EW ¼ 1,2,3,4

Football_TotalRedCards
None 5/1
One 19/10
Two or more 8/13

Football_Hat-trickScored_
Yes 7/2
No 1/6

Further information………graham sharpe……..0208 918 3731

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You Bet: Capello To Ring The Changes In Time For Swiss Visit

England drew with Ghana and William Hill think that Fabio Capello may ring in the changes, offering 33/1 that he sticks with 10 or 11 of tonight’s starting XI for the match against Switzerland. He is Even money to keep between none and three. The midfield three consisted of Gareth Barry, James Milner and Jack Wilshere and Hills think that Milner will start the most games out of the three, offering him at 5/4, followed by Jack Wishere at 11/8. Andy Carroll scored his first England game and he is Even money to start the game against Switzerland.

“The match was thoroughly entertaining, although Capello will have wanted a win and the odds suggest that he will bring in a fair few changes by the time their next fixture comes around,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Following their last gasp equaliser, Ghana are 11/2 to win the African Cup of Nations.

William Hill Football Odds:

How many of tonight’s starting XI will start the game against Switzerland?
0-3 EVS
4-6 11/10
7-9 11/2
10-11 33/1

Where will Gary Cahill be on the first game of next premier league season?

Arsenal 6/4
Bolton 9/4
Liverpool 4/1
Bayern Munich 5/1
Chelsea 10/1
Man Utd 14/1

Others on request.

Will Joe Hart win more caps than Peter Shilton?
1/10 No 11/2 Yes

Who will start more of England’s 4 remaining games in qualifying: Barry, Wilshere, Milner?

Milner 5/4
Wilshere 11/8
Barry 3/1

Ghana price for African Cup of Nations
11/2

Andy Carroll to start against Switzerland:
8/11 No; 1/1 Yes

Further Information…Joe Crilly…07850 518 164

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He’s Klose To Record As Germans Backed To Pain Spain

***************************WORLD CUP SPECIALS*********************

GERMANS BACKED TO CAUSE PAIN IN SPAIN

William Hill have cut their odds about Germany eliminating Spain after heavy backing for them, including a single bet of 75,000 euros to do so at odds of Even money, which they have now shortened to 10/11.

Hills still make Spain favourites to go through, but have lengthened their odds from 8/11 to 4/5. ‘This is a remarkable semi final line up, with four countries whose respective form-lines across the tournament are almost impossible to compare .Punters have only the evidence of their own eyes to go on and we bookies are almost equally in the dark as to who will emerge as the champions’ said William Hill spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills…TO WIN WORLD CUP….15/8 GERMANY; 2/1 SPAIN; 11/5 HOLLAND; 12/1 URUGUAY.

SEMIS….4/5 SPAIN V 10/11 GERMANY…….3/10 HOLLAND V 12/5 URUGUAY

90m….11/2 Uruguay…..12/5draw..8/13 Holland…….to win in e-t 14/1 Uruguay; 8 Holland…win in pen shoot-out 10/1 Uruguay; 10/1 Holland

HOLLAND have won their last three World Cup games 2-1, and William Hill now make them 66/1to win both the semi final and final 2-1(including e-t, but not pen shoot-outs).
Hills also offer 10/3 that Holland will win both the semi final and final in 90 minutes play to complete a perfect record of seven straight 90 minutes play wins in the tournament.

Holland to win both of their 2 remaining games in 90 minutes: 10/3

Holland to win both of their 2 remaining games 2-1 in 90m play/e-t.: 66/1.

GOALSCORER MATCH BET…13/8 Van Persie; 7/2 Forlan; 10/11 tie.

90M…..19/10 Germany….21/10 draw……6/4 Spain…to win in e-t 9/1 Germany; 17/2 Spain…win in pen shoot-out 10/1 Germany;11 Spain

**KLOSE who has scored 14 World Cup goals, all from inside the box, half with headers, is now level with Gerd Muller as top German World Cup scorer; one behind Ronaldo as all-time World Cup scorer. Hills make him 5/1 to score with a header v Spain (90m play); 7/1 to score from outside the box v Spain (90mplay); 1/3 to go past Muller during this tournament; 5/2 to go past Ronaldo during this tournament.

Semi-Final matches to go to penalties –

None – 2/5

One – 13/8

Both – 33/1

Highest scoring game (90 mins play only) –

Uruguay v Holland – 13/8

Tie – 7/4

Germany v Spain – 13/8

Fastest Goal –

Holland – 13/8

Spain – 9/4

Germany – 5/2

Uruguay – 9/2

Total Semi-Final Red Cards (90 mins + ET) –

None – 4/5

One – 5/4

Two or more – 7/1

Total Semi-Final Penalties (90 mins + ET) –

None – 5/6

One – 6/5

Two or more – 7/1

WORLD CUP TOP SCORER….4/9 Villa; 7/2 Klose; 9/1 Sneijder; 16/1 Forlan; Muller.

William Hill……To win Golden Ball (Player of Tournament)
9/4 David Villa
10/3 Wesley Sneijder
9/2 Bastian Schweinsteiger
8/1 Mesut Ozil
10/1 Miroslav Klose
12/1 Thomas Muller
14/1 Diego Forlan
14/1 Philip Lahm
20/1 Xavi
25/1 Andres Iniesta
25/1 Arjen Robben
25/1 Lukas Podolski
33/1 Robin Van Persie
Win Only.

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Germans Backed To Cause Pain For Spain

******************************************WORLD CUP SPECIALS************************************

GERMANS BACKED TO CAUSE PAIN IN SPAIN

William Hill have cut their odds about Germany eliminating Spain after heavy backing for them, including a single bet of 75,000 euros to do so at odds of Even money, which they have now shortened to 10/11.

Hills still make Spain favourites to go through, but have lengthened their odds from 8/11 to 4/5. ‘This is a remarkable semi final line up, with four countries whose respective form-lines across the tournament are almost impossible to compare .Punters have only the evidence of their own eyes to go on and we bookies are almost equally in the dark as to who will emerge as the champions’ said William Hill spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills…TO WIN WORLD CUP….15/8 GERMANY; 2/1 SPAIN; 11/5 HOLLAND; 12/1 URUGUAY.

SEMIS….4/5 SPAIN V 10/11 GERMANY…….3/10 HOLLAND V 12/5 URUGUAY

90m….11/2 Uruguay…..12/5draw..8/13 Holland…….to win in e-t 14/1 Uruguay; 8 Holland…win in pen shoot-out 10/1 Uruguay; 10/1 Holland

HOLLAND have won their last three World Cup games 2-1, and William Hill now make them 66/1to win both the semi final and final 2-1(including e-t, but not pen shoot-outs).
Hills also offer 10/3 that Holland will win both the semi final and final in 90 minutes play to complete a perfect record of seven straight 90 minutes play wins in the tournament.

Holland to win both of their 2 remaining games in 90 minutes: 10/3

Holland to win both of their 2 remaining games 2-1 in 90m play/e-t.: 66/1.

GOALSCORER MATCH BET…13/8 Van Persie; 7/2 Forlan; 10/11 tie.

90M…..19/10 Germany….21/10 draw……6/4 Spain…to win in e-t 9/1 Germany; 17/2 Spain…win in pen shoot-out 10/1 Germany;11 Spain

**KLOSE who has scored 14 World Cup goals, all from inside the box, half with headers, is now level with Gerd Muller as top German World Cup scorer; one behind Ronaldo as all-time World Cup scorer. Hills make him 5/1 to score with a header v Spain (90m play); 7/1 to score from outside the box v Spain (90mplay); 1/3 to go past Muller during this tournament; 5/2 to go past Ronaldo during this tournament.

Semi-Final matches to go to penalties –

None – 2/5

One – 13/8

Both – 33/1

Highest scoring game (90 mins play only) –

Uruguay v Holland – 13/8

Tie – 7/4

Germany v Spain – 13/8

Fastest Goal –

Holland – 13/8

Spain – 9/4

Germany – 5/2

Uruguay – 9/2

Total Semi-Final Red Cards (90 mins + ET) –

None – 4/5

One – 5/4

Two or more – 7/1

Total Semi-Final Penalties (90 mins + ET) –

None – 5/6

One – 6/5

Two or more – 7/1

WORLD CUP TOP SCORER….4/9 Villa; 7/2 Klose; 9/1 Sneijder; 16/1 Forlan; Muller.

William Hill……To win Golden Ball (Player of Tournament)

Golden Ball

9/4 David Villa

10/3 Wesley Sneijder

9/2 Bastian Schweinsteiger

8/1 Mesut Ozil

10/1 Miroslav Klose

12/1 Thomas Muller

14/1 Diego Forlan

14/1 Philip Lahm

20/1 Xavi

25/1 Andres Iniesta

25/1 Arjen Robben

25/1 Lukas Podolski

33/1 Robin Van Persie

Win Only.

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66/1 2-1 Double Dutch…..7/2 Cole Out

7/2 COLE OUT

William Hill offer 7/2 that Ashley Cole will NOT start for England in their forthcoming friendly against Hungary following latest tabloid revelations – and Hills have pushed his Sports Personality of the Year odds out to 500/1, the longest price ever quoted for an England football international. ‘Ashley is hardly likely to win many popularity contests in England at the moment and Fabio may decide to take him out of the firing line for the friendly’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Ashley Cole to start for England in the friendly v Hungary: 1/6 Yes 7/2 No

Ashley Cole to still be a Chelsea player on 1 September 2010(Loan deals count as leaving): ‘11/4 No 1/4 Yes

2-1 HOLLAND TO WIN WORLD CUP; HOLLAND 66/1 TO WIN WORLD CUP 2-1,2-1!!

HOLLAND have won their last three World Cup games, and William Hill now make the World Cup 2/1 shots 66/1to win both the semi final and final 2-1(including e-t, but not pen shoot-outs).
Hills also offer 10/3 that Holland will win both the semi final and final in 90 minutes play to complete a perfect record of seven straight 90 minutes play wins in the tournament.

Holland to win both of their 2 remaining games in 90 minutes: 10/3

Holland to win both of their 2 remaining games 2-1 in 90m play/e-t.: 66/1.

COME ON ANYONE BUT GERMANY!

GERMANY are William Hill‘s least favoured winners of the World Cup. ‘We have a couple of hefty bets on the Germans – an 80,000 euros at 14/1; and another of 100,000 euros at 13/2 – which mean that we’d rather see any of the other three winning .’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. ‘Uruguay would be our preferred outcome, followed by Spain and Holland in that order’

SPAIN REGAIN WORLD CUP FAVOURITISM

HAVING been displaced at different times by Brazil, Argentina, Holland and Germany, Euro champions Spain have regained favouritism for the World Cup with William Hill, who quote them at 15/8 to lift the trophy.
Hills make Holland 2/1 joint second favourites with Germany, and make Uruguay the 12/1 outsiders.’Punters have deserted Spain in the outright market recently and they are currently a very good winner for us, whereas a Germany victory would prove costly’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills…TO PROGRESS…8/11 Spain v Evens Germany (90m – 19/10 Germany; 21/10 draw; 6/4 Spain)
12/5 Uruguay v 3/10 Germany (90m – 11/2 Uruguay; 12/5 draw; 8/13 Holland)

Hills…FINALISTS…6/4 Spain-Holland; 13/8 Germany-Holland; 5/1 Spain-Uruguay; 11/2 Germany-Uruguay.

HILL…Top Goalscorer
4/9 David Villa – Spain
7/2 Miroslav Klose – Ger.
9/1 Wesley Sneijder – Holland
16/1 Thomas Muller – Germany
16/1 Diego Forlan – Uruguay
80/1 Lukas Podolski – Germany
80/1 Luis Suarez – Uruguay
100/1 Robin van Persie – Holland
125/1 Mesut Ozil – Germany
150/1 Fernando Torres – Spain
150/1 Dirk Kuyt – Holland

Hills……
Howard Webb to referee the World Cup Final: 11/8

Howard Webb to ref the world cup final between Germany and Holland and award a penalty in the first minute of the match: 150/1

Howard Webb to ref the world cup final between Germany and Holland and award 2 penalities during the 90 minutes: 40/1

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