You Bet Rvp Will Make It Rip For Efc

Robin van Persie looks set to make his Manchester United debut as his new team travel to Goodison and William offer 2/1 that he scores more than the whole Everton team put together. Everton are 11/8 to score more than RVP and they are 13/8 to tie. Van Persie is the 4/1 favourite to score the first goal and has been really well backed at Hills to do so, while former Blue, Wayne Rooney, is the 9/2 second favourite. Everton’s Nikica Jelavic is 7/1.

After his former club failed to find the net on Saturday, William Hill offer 8/11 that Arsenal manage to register a goal in the Premier League before van Persie does.

“There are many who think that van Persie has a lot to prove after only really having one full season at Arsenal and he will want to get off to a scoring start and our punters are really backing him to do so,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

The match at Goodison is notable every year for the fact that it sees Wayne Rooney return to his former club and Hills are offering a market on what the United talisman will do first. He is 15/8 to get a goal, 9/4 to be substituted and the same price to complete the game. He is 3/1 to receive a yellow card before anything else in the game and 40/1 to see a straight red.

Manchester United are odd on at 10/11 to get their season off to a winning start, with Everton 10/3 and the draw 23/10.

Despite their opening day defeat, William Hill still think that Liverpool will finish above their local rivals, Everton – offering 4/9 that they do so (13/8 they do not).

Liverpool/Everton season match bet: 13/8 Everton; 4/9 Liverpool

RVP vs Everton goals match bet (20/08/12): 2/1 RVP; 13/8 Tie; 11/8 Everton

What will Rooney do first: 15/8 score; 9/4 be substituted; 9/4 3/1 receive yellow card; 40/1 receive straight red card

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Community Shield: Pressure On Di Matteo Already

Manchester City are the 4/6 favourites to lift the Community Shield on Sunday with William Hill also making the League Champions 2/5 to finish higher than Chelsea in the League this season. Roberto Di Matteo worked wonders towards the end of last season, however with a Pep Guardiola shaped shadow hanging over him, Hill’s offer 11/10 that he has left Stamford Bridge by the end of the season and the former Barca boss is 14/1 to be sat on the bench for Chelsea’s final game of the season.

“The Community Shield enables sides to get one over on their prospective title rivals but we think that if Chelsea lose this one, the pressure could be on Di Matteo already,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Formerly known as the Charity Shield, Hills offer 7/2 that there is no charity and that a red card is shown during the match.

Community Shield:

90 minutes: 5/4 Man City; 11/5 Chelsea; 23/10 Draw

To lift the trophy: 4/6 Man City; 11/10 Chelsea

First scorer: 5/1 Aguero; 11/2 Tevez; 11/2 Balotelli; 6/1 Torres; 6/1 Dzeko; 7/1 Hazard; 8/1 Sturridge; 8/1 Silva; 9/1 Nasri; 9/1 Lampard; 10/1 BAR

7/2 Red card to be shown during the match

Who will finish higher in the Premier League: City/Chelsea – 2/5 City 7/4 Chelsea

Roberto Di Matteo to last the season? Yes – 4/6 No – 11/10

Pep Guardiola to be Chelsea manager to be in charge of Chelsea for the final game of the season – ***MUST BE ON BENCH FOR FINAL GAME*** – 14/1

Roberto Mancini to be in charge of City for the last game of the season? – Yes 1/9 no – 5/1

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Music To Punters Ears

Our usual free racing tip from Guy over at mathematician betting. To visit Guy’s site click here ==> Horse Racing Tipster Newmarket 3.10 For live market odds see http://mathematician-betting.bestbetting.com/horse-racing/2012-07-21/newmarket/15-10/betting/ The Game plan was simple. Strong each way bet around 4/1 but there have been two viscious non runners. Both horses were unfit and had horrible […]

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High Rollers Bank On Italy And Spain To Get Them Out Of Euro Bother

It is one nil to the bookie at Euro 2012 so far but William Hill are fearing their first real hammering of the tournament on Thursday. With a number of draws in high profile games so far, the punters are looking to hot favourites Spain and Italy to thump their Group C rivals, Ireland and Croatia. Over 90% of all bets on the Ireland/Spain game have been for Vincente Del Bosque’s men (1/4) while Italy (6/5) have been received almost 70% of all bets in their match against Croatia. The double pays 7/4 and is expected to be well backed.

“The two sides have been extremely well backed and by tomorrow, either side could represent seven figure liabilities by the time the games kick off,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “These are two European bankers that our punters are putting faith in and we could need a bail out should they do the double.”

Group C Prices:
6/5 Italy; 12/5 Croatia; 11/5 draw
1/4 Spain; 11/1 Rep of Ireland; 9/2 draw

Group C winner: 5/6 Spain; 11/4 Croatia; 11/4 Italy; 40/1 Rep of Ireland

Group C to qualify (not to): 1/5 Spain (10/3); 8/13 Italy (6/5); 8/11 Croatia (1/1); 9/1 Ireland (1/20)

What will happen to Balotelli first vs Croatia: 5/2 finish the match; 5/2 receive a yellow card; 20/1 receive a straight red card; 4/1 Score; 4/6 subbed

Balotelli match bet vs Croatia: 5/4 Cards; 5/2 goals; 13/10 tie

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Crouch Wonder Goal Stands Tall Over Rivals

Despite hitting a fantastic goal against Chelsea, Papiss Cisse is not at the top of the betting for this year’s Match of the Day Goal of the Season. Peter Crouch’s effort for Stoke vs Manchester City is 10/11 then followed by Cisse’s second effort at Stamford Bridge at 6/5. Luis Suarez’s effort from the halfway line against Norwich is the 6/1 third favourite followed by any other goal at 16/1.

“It looks like it will be a two horse race for the Goal of the Season honour and we think it could still go either way,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill BBC Match Of The Day Goal of the Season: 10/11 Peter Crouch; 6/5 Papiss Cisse; 6/1 Luis Suarez; 16/1 Any other

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Everton 1/8 To Finish Above Liverpool…kenny Odds On To Leave Before Next Season

Liverpool once again lost at home and Kenny Dalglish is 8/11 with William Hill to have left Liverpool by the start of next season (Evens to still be there). Liverpool are now 9/2 to finish above Everton at the end of the season with the Blues 1/8 to top their rivals for the first time in seven years.

“The wheels have fallen off the Liverpool revolution after a promising end to last season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “Kenny could pay for it come the summer.”

Joe Crilly
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City Steal Title March…8/15 To Win On Goal Difference

Manchester City took a vital win in the battle to land the Premier League and William Hill now make the blue half of Manchester 4/9 to be celebrating come the end of the season. Manchester United are 13/8. Despite the defeat, Hills make Ferguson 8/15 to outlast Mancini (11/8 not to). City now lead on goal difference and they are 8/15 to win the title in that way (United are 14/1 to do so).

“Manchester City have now stolen a march on their rivals with the finishing post firmly in sight, but a tricky fixture at Newcastle could well see their title ambitions tempered,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

A fantastic night of football was highlighted by the fact that Hills took well over a million pounds on the night and over 40,000 bets on the 90 minutes market alone. Over 20,000 bets were staked online in-running.

“Phew, our compilers deserve a rest after that,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “We were expecting a busy one but that far exceeded anyone’s expectations.”

Premier League outright: 4/9 City; 13/8 Utd

Win the title on goal difference: 8/15 City; 14/1 United

Who will leave first: 8/15 Mancini; 11/8 Ferguson

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Everton Odds On To Finish Above Liverpool For First Time This Season…you Bet Kenny Is Off In The Summer

Everton thumped Sunderland to move four points ahead of Liverpool and for the first time this season, William Hill make the Blues odds on, at 8/15 to finish above Kenny Dalglish’s men (Liverpool are 11/8 to finish above Everton). Kenny Dalglish is odds on at 8/11 to have bowed out of Anfield by the time that next season kicks off (Evens to still be there).

“Not since the mid 2000s have Everton finished above Liverpool and now, for the first time since then we have made Everton odds on to finish above their red rivals,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “That does not make for good reading for Dalglish though.”

Since Fabio Capello resigned as England boss and Harry Redknapp was mooted as his replacement, Spurs have only won once. Despite this, Hills make Redknapp the 1/4 favourite to become the next permanent England boss. Hills offer 12/1 that Spurs fail to win any of their next four games although make them 6/4 to win their next match against Chelsea in the FA Cup semi final.

When will Spurs next win:
Chelsea (N) (FAC) (90mins) 6/4
QPR (A) (PL) 2/1
Blackburn (H) (PL) 13/5
Bolton (A) (PL) 16/1
Win none of these 12/1

Who will finish higher in the league:
Liverpool – 11/8
Everton – 8/15

Dalglish still at Liverpool at the start of next season
Yes – 8/11
No – EVS

Moyes still at Everton at the start of next season:
Yes – 1/3
No – 9/4

Next England boss Redknapp -1/4

Relegation Outright: 1/100 Wolves; 4/9 Wigan; 8/11 QPR; 11/10 Blackburn; 13/8 Bolton; 14/1 Aston Villa

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Celtic 2/1 To Win The League This Weekend…7/1 Action Packed Old Firm

Celtic can win the title this weekend if they defeat Rangers at Ibrox and Motherwell fail to beat Kilmarnock. William Hill are offering 2/1 that Celtic lift the trophy on Sunday and they are 10/11 to win their match, while Motherwell are the 7/5 favourites to win their match at Killie. Hills are expecting a full blooded affair and offer 7/1 that both Celtic and Rangers score, a penalty is awarded AND a red card is shown.

“Rangers will be desperate to prevent their rivals from lifting the trophy at Ibrox, while Celtic would love nothing more than that,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “Both teams will be going all out for victory and this could be one of the feistiest Old Firm games in years.”

SPL Specials

Celtic can clinch the title this weekend if they win at Ibrox
and Motherwell fail to beat Kilmarnock.
Celtic to Win Title this weekend 2/1

Old Firm Specials

Match Odds
Rangers 5/2
Draw 11/5
Celtic 10/11

Handicap Odds
Rangers (+1) 5/6
Tie 11/4
Celtic (-1) 11/5

MATCH WINNER OFFER
Either Side to Come from behind and Win 5/1

ACTION PACKED MATCH
Red Card in Match
Both Teams to Score
Penalty Awarded in Match
All the above 3 to happen 7/1

Celtic led the last Old Firm match at Ibrox at Half Time before
being beaten 4-2.
HALF-TIME/FULL-TIME BETTING
Rangers to lead at Half Time and Celtic to win match 22/1
Celtic to lead at Half Time and Rangers to win match 33/1

TO LEAD AT HALF TIME AND NOT WIN
Rangers 17/2
Celtic 10/1

TO KEEP A CLEAN SHEET
Rangers 3/1
Celtic 29/20

TO WIN TO NIL
Rangers 11/2
Celtic 23/10

HAT-TRICK HERO
No-one has scored a Hat-trick in an Old Firm game since
Ally McCoist in 1983/84. The last Hat-trick in an Old Firm
League match was Stevie Chalmers in 1966
Any player to score a Hat-trick in today’s match 18/1

TO SCORE A HAT-TRICK
David Healy 40/1
Kyle Lafferty 50/1
Sone Aluko 50/1
Gary Hooper 25/1
Anthony Stokes 33/1
Georgios Samaras 40/1

Will this match explode into action from kick off?
TO SCORE IN THE FIRST TEN MINUTES?
David Healy 30/1
Kyle Lafferty 33/1
Andrew Little 33/1
Sone Aluko 35/1
Lee McCulloch 35/1
Steven Davis 50/1
Gary Hooper 20/1
Anthony Stokes 25/1
Georgios Samaras 30/1
James Forrest 33/1
Joe Ledley 40/1
Scott Brown 50/1
Singles Only

TO SCORE IN THE LAST TEN MINUTES?
David Healy 20/1
Kyle Lafferty 25/1
Andrew Little 25/1
Sone Aluko 28/1
Lee McCulloch 28/1
Steven Davis 33/1
Gary Hooper 14/1
Anthony Stokes 20/1
Georgios Samaras 22/1
James Forrest 25/1
Joe Ledley 33/1
Scott Brown 33/1

GOALSCORER MATCH BETS
Lafferty v Hooper
Kyle Lafferty 5/4
Gary Hooper 4/7

Healy v Samaras
David Healy 5/6
Georgios Samaras 5/6

Aluko v Forrest
Sone Aluko 5/6
James Forrest 5/6

Davis v Brown
Steven Davis EVS
Scott Brown 8/11

McCulloch v Ledley
Lee McCulloch 8/11
Joe Ledley EVS

Both Players must start in the pairings or void

OI REF!
With 6 red cards shown in the last 7 Old Firm Matches will
Calum Murray have to flash the Red Card in this match
RED CARD IN MATCH
Yes Evs
No 8/11

PENALTY REF
Steven Whittaker is the last player to net a penalty in an Old Firm
match at Ibrox when he scored last February. That was one of
three penalties scored in last seven Old Firm games at Ibrox
A Penalty Awarded in The Match 11/4
A Penalty Awarded and Scored 16/5
A Penalty Awarded and Missed 11/1
Rangers Awarded a Penalty and Scored 8/1
Rangers Awarded a Penalty and Missed 20/1
Celtic Awarded a Penalty and Scored 13/2
Celtic Awarded a Penalty and Missed 20/1

WHAT WILL HAPPEN FIRST?
Rangers Booking 9/4
Celtic Booking 11/4
Celtic Goal 7/2
Rangers Goal 5/1
Celtic Penalty 12/1
Rangers Penalty 14/1
Celtic Red Card 20/1
Rangers Red Card 20/1

Other SPL Matches

Aberdeen v Inverness
The team that has scored first in matches between these sides has
went on to win the match in everyone of the last 13 games
Rory Fallon to Score First and Aberdeen to win 7/1
Richie Foran to Score First and Inverness to ein 25/1

Dunfermline v St Mirren
Dunfermline are unbeaten in their last 4 home games against
St Mirren and will be looking for the same results in Jim
Jeffries’ first match in charge
Dunfermline Draw No Bet 5/4

Hibernian v Dundee Utd
In the last 3 matches between the sides at least one side has scored
exactly 3 goals on 4 occasions
Hibs or Dundee Utd to Score exactly 3 goals 10/3

Kilmarnock v Motherwell
Both games between these sides this season have finished goalless.
No Goalscorer in match 7/1

St Johnstone v Hearts
Hearts have scored exactly 2 goals in their last 4 matches
Hearts to Score exactly two goals 17/5

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26 Hours Without A Goal: How Long Before Torres Bags Again?

5/1 TITLE IS DECIDED BY GOAL DIFFERENCE

Fernando Torres finally scored after 26 hours for Chelsea at the weekend and William Hill are offering odds on how long it will be until he nets again. He is Even money to fail to score within two hours of play, although he is 7/2 to score within the next hour. Torres could well go on a scoring run now and Hills make him 8/11 to outscore Andy Carroll between now and the end of the season and he is 2/9 to outscore Carlos Tevez in the same time frame.

Sir Alex Ferguson has claimed that his side’s 5-0 win against Wolves was vital due to the fact that he thinks that the title may be decided by goal difference. William Hill are offering 5/1 that he is correct and that the title is settled one way or the other by goal difference.

“This title run-in could be one of the closest ever and odds of 5/1 suggest that goal difference may be the deciding factor,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Despite Sunderland’s recent good form, William Hill think they have left their charge up the table too late and make Newcastle 1/10 to win bragging rights in the North East by finishing higher than their rivals (Sunderland are 11/2 to do so). They are 8/15 to finish in the top half of the table, something that would have seemed preposterous when Martin O’Neill took over the club (they are 11/8 to finish in the bottom half of the league). Blackburn have shown recent signs of improvement and they are out to 2/1 to be relegated (4/11 to stay up).

Mick McCarthy to be reinstated as Wolves manager this season 8/1. ‘Although they only had ten players for much of the game Wolves capitulated against United and TC’s record suggests he is a man who would rather be doing the job he used to do alongside Mick McCarthy. We think it is unlikely but not impossible that Mick could come back to inspire a bid to avoid relegation,’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. Wolves are currently 1/6 to relegated with Hills, 7/2 to stay up, but 6/5 favourites to finish bottom.

How long until Torres’ next goal: 7/2 0-60 minutes; 5/2 61-120 minutes; 5/1 121-180 minutes; 1/1 180 minutes or more

Who will score more EPL goals between now until the end of the season:
2/9 Torres; 3/1 Tevez
8/11 Torres; 1/1 Carroll

Who will finish higher in the league: 1/10 Newcastle; 11/2 Sunderland

Sunderland finishing position: 8/15 top half; 11/8 bottom half

5/1 Premier League title to be won on goal difference

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

To finish bottom: 6/5 Wolves; 15/8 Wigan; 5/2 QPR; 9/1 Bolton; 14/1 Blackburn

Joe Crilly
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