Rangers 7/2 To Be Perfect At Home

This weekend Rangers play their first home game in the fourth tier and William Hill go 7/2 that they win every home game this term and 6/4 that they stay unbeaten home and away in the league. Rangers are 15/8 to win against East Stirling with a -3 handicap.

“Rangers will want to put on a good show after a sorry summer for the club. They should take confidence from last weekend’s late equaliser to really show the fans they are up for this fight,” said William Hill spokesman Mark Young

Celtic travel to Ross County this weekend and are 4/9 for the victory. The last three games between the two clubs have produced 2-0 score lines on every occasion, one for Celtic and one for County. For either team to win 2-0 is 9/2. With both teams scoring in six of their last seven meetings, Hearts and Inverness are Even money to both score on Saturday.

Kilmarnock and Motherwell is not a fixture that produces many goals as only three of the last eight meetings have produced more than one goal. It is 21/10 that there is one or less goals this weekend. Aberdeen always seem to do well against St Johnstone, where they are travelling on Saturday, unbeaten in their last four visits. Aberdeen are 6/4 draw no bet.

The Dundee derby should produce some fireworks but Dundee are yet to score in the SPL this term. Dundee United are 13/10 to win to nil. Kenny McLean is on fire for St Mirren and for him to score anytime and the Saints to win is 17/2.

Scottish Football Specials

7/2 Rangers to win all home league matches 2012/13

6/4 Rangers to remain undefeated in the league in 2012/13

Match Specials
7/1 Ross County, 16/5 Draw, 4/9 Celtic
9/2 Match Result to be 2-0
10/11 Hearts, 12/5 Draw, 3/1 Inverness
1/1 Both teams to score
13/8 Kilmarnock, 9/4 Draw, 17/10 Motherwell
21/10 Match to have under 1.5 goals
6/5 St Johnstone, 21/10 Draw, 5/2 Aberdeen
6/4 Aberdeen Draw No Bet
13/10 St Mirren, 11/5 Draw, 11/5 Hibernian
17/2 McLean to score anytime and St Mirren to win
1/2 Dundee Utd, 3/1 Draw, 6/1Dundee
13/10 Dundee Utd to win to nil
1/20 Rangers, 8/1 Draw, 16/1 East Stirling
15/8 Rangers -3 goals

Further Information
Mark Young
PR Assistant, William Hill
Email: myoung@williamhill.co.uk
Phone: 02089183981

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William Hill Scottish Cup First Round Draw And Odds Unveiled

The sponsors unveiled their odds for the 2012/13 William Hill Scottish Cup following the first draw at Edinburgh Castle this afternoon.

Scottish FA Commercial Director Kenny MacLeod, last season’s winning Hearts captain Marius Zaliuskas and David Russell, William Hill Group HR Director, conducted the first round draw.

Coldstream, who had a seven hour round-trip to Wick in last season ‘Cup, face another long trip to the Highlands. ‘The Streamers’ will face Fraserburgh in the opening round of Scotland’s premier football competition.

Several games could lay claim to being the tie of the round, but the stand out fixture looks set to be the game between Irvine Meadow against Gala Fairydean. The two sides are filled with quality and it should be a rip-roaring first round tie.

Celtic are the 4/5 favourites to lift the cup, while Hearts are 8/1 with the sponsors to retain their crown.

‘The first round draw has thrown up some very juicy ties,’’ said William Hill spokesman Tony Kenny, ‘and we just can’t wait for the action to get underway.’

To win the 2012/13 William Hill Scottish Cup (Sponsors odds)
4/5 Celtic
8/1 Dundee Utd
8/1 Hearts
12/1 Motherwell
14/1 Aberdeen
14/1 Hibernian
14/1 Rangers
20/1 St Johnstone
20/1 Kilmarnock
25/1 Inverness
25/1 St Mirren
40/1 Ross County
50/1 Dundee
50/1 Dunfermline
50/1 Falkirk
66/1 Bar

William Hill Scottish Cup Specials

7/1 Non League Side to Reach Fifth Round

33/1 Non League Side to beat an SPL Side

Non League Side to Progress the Furthest
9/2 Cove Rangers
13/2 Stirling University
7/1 Forres Mechanics
8/1 Irvine Meadow
10/1 Dalbeattie Star
10/1 Inverurie loco
10/1 Nairn County
12/1 Spartans
14/1 Bonnyrigg
14/1 Buckie Thistle
20/1 Shotts
25/1 Fraserburgh
33/1 Deveronvale
33/1 Whitehill Welfare
40/1 Edinburgh City
40/1 Edinburgh University
50/1 Threave Rovers
Others On Request

Highland League Side to Progress the Furthest
7/2 Cove Rangers
4/1 Forres Mechanics
13/2 Inverurie loco
13/2 Nairn County
7/1 Buckie Thistle
12/1 Fraserburgh
14/1 Deveronvale
16/1 Keith
16/1 Wick Academy
20/1 Clachnacuddin
20/1 Formartine Utd
20/1 Huntly
25/1 Brora Rangers
33/1 Lossiemouth
33/1 Turriff Utd
66/1 Rothes
100/1 Fort William

East of Scotland League Side to Progress the furthest?
3/1 Stirling University
7/2 Spartans
13/2 Whitehill Welfare
15/1 Edinburgh University
8/1 Edinburgh City
12/1 CS Strollers
14/1 Gala Fairydean
14/1 Preston Athletic
14/1 Vale of Leithen
20/1 Selkirk
25/1 Coldstream
33/1 Burntisland Shipyard
100/1 Hawick Royal Albert

South of Scotland League Side to Progress the furthest
2/5 Dalbeattie Star
4/1 Threave Rovers
8/1 Newton Stewart
16/1 St Cuthbert Wanderers
16/1 Wigtown & Bladnoch

Junior Side to Progress the Furthest?
8/11 Irvine Meadow
5/2 Bonnyrigg
6/1 Shotts
10/1 Hermes
20/1 Girvan

Tony Kenny
Head of Sponsorship PR

T: 020 8918 3627
M: 07714138698
E: tkenny@williamhill.co.uk
William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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12th Team Unlikely To Start Where Rangers Left Off

Dundee have been installed as the 12th team in the SPL, replacing Rangers. They are 500/1 to win the league this season and 50/1 without Celtic.

SPL Outright 2012/13: 1/33 Celtic, 20/1 Hearts, 20/1 Motherwell, 33/1 Dundee United, 100/1 Aberdeen, 100/1 Hibernian, 150/1 Kilmarnock, 150/1 St Johnstone, 400/1 St Mirren, 500/1 Dundee, 500/1 Inverness, 500/1 Ross County

SPL Outright Without Celtic 2012/13: 7/4 Dundee United, 9/4 Hearts, 7/2 Motherwell, 10/1 Aberdeen, 10/1 Hibernian, 20/1 Kilmarnock, 20/1 St Johnstone, 40/1 St Mirren, 50/1 Dundee, 50/1 Inverness, 50/1 Ross County

Further Information
Mark Young
PR Assistant, William Hill
Email: myoung@williamhill.co.uk
Phone: 02089183981

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Scottish Pfa Player Of The Year

The PFA Scotland have announced their shortlists for
the Player of the Year awards this week and Celtics
Charlie Mulgrew and James Forrest lead the way for the
Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards.
No Shortlist was announced for the Manager of the Year award
but Celtic boss Neil Lennon makes it a Celtic treble of favourites.
He is followed by Ross County boss Derek Adams who would
be the second First Division manager in a row to win it if successful.

PFA Scotland Player of The Year
Charlie Mulgrew 10/11
Jon Daly 5/2
Steven Davis 7/2
Dean Shiels 10/1

PFA Scotland Young Player of The Year
James Forrest EVS
Gary Mackay-Steven 11/4
Johnny Russell 11/4
Kenny McLean 9/1

PFA Scotland Manager of the Year
Neil Lennon 11/8
Derek Adams 7/4
Kenny Shiels 11/2
Stuart McCall 7/1
Paulo Sergio 10/1
Ally McCoist 16/1
Colin Cameron 16/1
Paul Hartley 20/1
Peter Houston 20/1

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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Celtic 5/4 For Treble – 7/2 To Meet Hearts In William Hill

CELTIC 5/4 FOR TREBLE – 7/2 TO MEET HEARTS IN William Hill SCOTTISH CUP FINAL
William Hill make Celtic to win the Treble following the draw for the William Hill Scottish Cup, for which they are now 8/11 favourites, with the sponsors offering 7/2 that Celtic will play Hearts in the Final.
Hills also offer: 6/1 Motherwell; 10/1 Dundee U; Hearts; Hibs; 14 Aberdeen; 16 St Johnstone; 20 St Mirren; 40 Ross Co; 50 Falkirk; 100 Ayr; 125 Queen of South.
CELTIC SPECIALS:
1/3 – Scots Prem/League Cup
10/11- FA Cup/League Cup
EVS – Scots Prem/FA Cup
5/4 -Scots Prem/FA Cup/League Cup
40/1 – No trophies
Celtic v Everyone Else
Celtic to Win Cup 8/11
Anyone Else to Win Cup EVS

Will Celtic be in the Final
Yes 4/11
No 2/1

First Division Club to Win Cup 28/1
First Division Club in Final 9/2

William Hill Name the Finalists
Celtic v Hearts 7/2
Celtic v Hibernian 5/1
Celtic v Motherwell 4/1
Celtic v Aberdeen 6/1
Dundee Utd v Hearts 16/1
Dundee Utd v Hibernian 20/1
Dundee Utd v Aberdeen 33/1
Dundee Utd v Motherwell 20/1
Hearts v Hibernian 20/1
Motherwell v Hearts 16/1
Dundee Utd v Ross County 66/1
Ross County v Falkirk 200/1
William Hill – Next SPL Boss to go
Ally McCoist 11/4
Paulo Sergio 11/2
Jim McIntyre 8/1
Terry Butcher 10/1
Pat Fenlon 14/1
Peter Houston 16/1
Craig Brown 20/1
Danny Lennon 25/1
Kenny Shiels 33/1
Neil Lennon 50/1
Steve Lomas 50/1
Stuart McCall 50/1
No Manager to Leave 13/8

Graham Sharpe,
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TWITTER- @sharpeangle

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William Hill Scottish Cup Fourth Round Specials

To Win Cup Outright
Rangers 9/4
Celtic 9/4
Hearts 12/1
Dundee Utd 14/1
Motherwell 14/1
Aberdeen 20/1
Hibernian 25/1
Kilmarnock 33/1
Inverness 40/1
St Johnstone 40/1
St Mirren 50/1
Dunfermline 66/1
Dundee 66/1
Hamilton 80/1
Falkirk 80/1
William Hill are BEST price on every side to win the
William Hill Scottish Cup – the prices above are correct
as of 8pm Thursday 5/1/12

Old Firm v The Rest
Old Firm Winner 8/13
Anyone Else Win Cup 6/5

Non SPL Winner 16/1

Non SPL Side in Final 5/1

Old Firm to meet in the Final 5/1

How many goals will be scored in the Fourth Round (not including replays)
Under 40 11/4
40 – 45 9/4
Over 45 4/5

How many SPL Sides will be in the Fifth Round?
11 15/8
9 – 10 4/5
8 or Below 7/2

How many First Division Sides will be in the Fifth Round?
7 8/1
5 – 6 4/11
4 or below 11/4

To Qualify for Fifth Round
Dundee 5/6
Kilmarnock 5/6

Airdrie 4/1
Dundee Utd 1/7

Cowdenbeath 11/4
Hibernian 1/4

Falkirk 1/6
East Fife 7/2

Forfar 17/5
Aberdeen 2/11

Hearts 1/100
Auchinleck 16/1

Inverness 1/3
Dunfermline 9/4

Livingston 1/3
Ayr Utd 9/4

Motherwell 1/33
Queens Park 10/1

Partick 2/5
QOS 7/4

Raith 8/11
Morton Evs

Ross County 2/9
Stenhousemuir 3/1

St Johnstone 1/10
Brechin 11/2

St Mirren 1/4
Hamilton 11/4

Arbroath 10/1
Rangers 1/33

Peterhead 16/1
Celtic 1/100

Non SPL Side to progress the furthest?
Dundee 4/1
Ross County 4/1
Falkirk 6/1
Livingston 6/1
Hamilton 8/1
Raith 12/1
Morton 16/1
Partick 16/1
Ayr Utd 20/1
QOS 20/1
Airdrie 25/1
Brechin 33/1
Cowdenbeath 40/1
East Fife 40/1
Forfar 40/1
Stenhousemuir 40/1
Queens Park 66/1
Arbroath 100/1
Auchinleck 100/1
Peterhead 100/1
Dead Heat Rules Apply

Auchinleck Talbot, Arbroath and Peterhead will all be taking
part in what could be the biggest matches of their recent histories.
The three clubs are all quoted at double figure odds as they
try to become Giantkillers. That’s a tall order and the clubs
will be happy just top put on a good show and possibly grab a goal
Auchinleck To Score a Goal 2/1
Auchinleck Not to Score a Goal 4/11

Arbroath To Score a Goal 11/4
Arbroath Not to Score a Goal 1/4

Peterhead To Score a Goal 7/4
Peterhead Not to Score a Goal 2/5

Auchinleck, Arbroath and Peterhead all to score 33/1

SELECTED MATCH SPECIALS

Dundee v Kilmarnock

Killie came from behind on Monday when they took all three
points against St Mirren
Killie to Come from behind and Win 17/2
Killie to Come from behind and Win or Draw 4/1

Jake Hyde has scored 4 goals in his last six games and in all
three matches Dundee won.
Hyde to Score Anytime and Dundee to Win 10/3

Hearts v Auchinleck Talbot

Auchinleck have the biggest game in their history but all the
pressure will be on the Jambos as they will be expected to
win with some goals to spare.

Hearts (-3) 7/4
Tie 10/3
Auchinleck (+3) 17/20

Hearts (-4) 4/1
Tie 5/1
Auchinleck (+4) 7/20

Hearts (-5) 17/2
Tie 15/2
Auchinleck (+5) 1/9

Over 5.5 Goals in Match 4/1

Total Hearts Goals
None 14/1
One 6/1
Two 16/5
Three 3/1
Four or More 23/20

Hearts to Win to Nil 8/15

Arbroath v Rangers

Rangers’ last two visits to Arbroath in the Scottish Cup have
finished 3-0 to Rangers.
Rangers to Win 3-0 11/2

Rangers to Win to Nil 2/5

David Healy started last week and grabbed his first goal of the
season and was joined by Sone Aluko who scored his first ever
goal for Rangers
Healy and Aluko both to score 19/20

John Fleck may get an extended run in the side due to the
current injury crisis.
Fleck to Score anytime and Rangers to win 4/6

Arbroath (+2) 12/5
Tie 10/3
Rangers (-2) 4/6

Arbroath (+3) 11/10
Tie 3/1
Rangers (-3) 6/4

Peterhead v Celtic

Peterheads Rory McAllister scored in every round he played
in the Scottish Cup last season when he was at Brechin City,
including a double against SPL St Johnstone, this will be his first
appearance in the cup this season.
Rory McAllister to Score at Anytime 6/1

Total Celtic Goals
None 16/1
One 13/2
Two 17/5
Three 3/1
Four or More 19/20

Celtic to Win to Nil 2/5

Peterhead (+3) 6/4
Tie 3/1
Celtic (-3) 11/10

Peterhead (+4) 5/6
Tie 3/1
Celtic (-4) 2/1

Rangers and Celtic both to win by 3 or more goals 11/4

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Scottish Football 2012 Specials

William Hill:

Scottish Football 2012 Specials

Which side will stay unbeaten the longest in 2012?
Rangers EVS
Celtic 8/11
(all competitions count)

Who will win most SPL matches in 2012?
Rangers 11/10
Celtic 4/6

Rangers Not to lose in SPL in 2012 33/1

Celtic Not to lose in SPL in 2012 33/1

A Non SPL side to win the Scottish Cup 10/1

Leaders of 4 Scottish Divisions on 1/1/12
to win their respective divisions 13/1

Craig Levein, Ally McCoist and Neil Lennon
all still to be in same jobs on 31/12/12 7/4

Scotland to win all 4 World Cup matches in 2012 25/1

Any Scottish Side to Qualify from Champions League
Group stages in 2012 4/1

With the January Transfer Window now open Rangers fans will be hoping
that Nikica Jelavic is still a Rangers player in February.
Which Club Will Nikica Jelavic be at after the Window Closes?
Rangers 11/10
QPR 7/2
West Brom 5/1
Sunderland 7/1
Liverpool 8/1
Newcastle 10/1

Kris Boyd could be ready for a return to Ibrox.
Kris Boyds Next Club?
Rangers 6/4
Bristol City 11/4
Celtic 5/1
Blackpool 8/1
Cardiff City 8/1
Aston Villa 12/1
Sunderland 12/1
Kilmarnock 25/1
Hearts 33/1

SPL Specials

Celtic have now won 9 SPL matches in a row can they
keep the run going?
Celtic to WIN all remaining SPL matches this season 80/1

WHO WILL BE THE NEXT SIDE TO BEAT CELTIC IN THE SPL?
Dunfermline (Away) 17/2
Dundee Utd (Home) 10/1
St Mirren (Away) 8/1
Hearts (Away) 13/2
Inverness (Home) 14/1
Celtic Not to lose any of the above matches 4/9
matches must be played in order above or void

Celtic not to lose any more SPL matches this season 4/1

Rangers not to lose any more SPL matches this season 5/1

With Celtic scheduled to play 3 SPL matches in January compared to
Rangers having 4, this gives Rangers a chance to be top going into February
WHO WILL BE TOP OF THE SPL on 1/2/12
Celtic 5/6
Rangers 5/6
Both sides must play all their scheduled matches this month or void

Ross County have only lost the one match in the First Division
all season and that run doesn’t look like ending after their late
equaliser at Falkirk.
Ross County not to lose any more league matches this season 100/1

NEW YEAR FIREWORKS
With a full card of SPL games on Monday will 2012 start off with a Bang.
only 9 goals were scored in the last fixtures of 2011 will 2012 be better
TOTAL GOALS SCORED IN SPL ON MONDAY
Over 13.5 4/6
Under 13.5 11/10

WILL BOTH TEAMS SCORE?
You can have a bet on every SPL side to score by picking up the Both Teams to Score
coupon in your shops now. One of the most popular coupons available and all
you do is predict in as many or little matches as you wish whether you think both
sides will score in the match – Yes or No – its as simple as that
A £10 bet on YES in all 6 SPL games could win you £474 if all 12 sides scored.

All 5 matches on Wednesday saw every player finish the match with 11 men
so will there be any red cards this week?
TOTAL NUMBER OF RED CARDS ON MONDAY
None 8/11
1 – 2 5/2
3 or more 3/1

MATCH SPECIALS

HIBERNIAN V HEARTS
There have been two penalties scored in the last 3 derbies at Easter Road
A penalty awarded and scored 4/1

Garry O’Connor ended his 9 match run without a goal by netting against
Inverness on Wednesday. He scored in the last two derbies he played in
at Easter Road
O’Connor to score anytime and Hibs to Win 12/5

Hearts have failed to score in their last 4 away matches in the SPL
Hibernian to Win to Nil 18/5

Hearts are unbeaten in the last 8 Edinburgh derbies
Hearts Draw NO Bet 8/13

Stephen Elliot is the form striker at Hearts just now and he has also scored
in his last two visits to Easter Road
Elliot to score and Hearts to Win 3/1

INVERNESS v ST JOHNSTONE
Someone always seems to keep a clean sheet when these sides meet. In the past
6 matches only once have both sides scored.
No for Both teams to Score 5/6

Jonathan Hayes is on fire for the Highlanders with 3 goals in his last 5 matches
Hayes to Score anytime for Inverness 11/4

Francisco Sandaza is the player that makes the Saints tick. He has scored the
same number of goals in his last two games as St Johnstone did in the 4 matches
that they were without him.
Sandaza to Score 2 or more goals 7/1

DUNDEE UTD v ABERDEEN
Four of the last 5 matches have seen 4 goals scored in them. Are we in for
another high scoring match?
Exactly 4 goals scored in the match 5/1

Three of the last four ‘New Firm’ matches have ended in 3-1 scorelines to the home side
Dundee Utd have won two of them and now aim to make it 3 in a row.
Dundee Utd to win 3-1 14/1

Again Aberdeen will be looking to Scott Vernon to grab the goals which could
give them a victory. He has 3 in his last 5 matches
Vernon to Score and Aberdeen to win 9/2

DUNFERMLINE v CELTIC
4 of the last 5 meetings between these sides has seen a goal scored in the last
ten minutes of the match
A Goal scored in the last ten minutes 5/2

Andrew Barrowman scored Dunfermline’s only goal when they met at Celtic Park
Barrowman to Score Anytime 5/1

Between them Anthony Stokes and Gary Hooper have scored 9 of Celtics last
10 away goals.
Stokes and Hooper both to score 17/10

Celtic to win to Nil EVS

KILMARNOCK v ST MIRREN
Kilmarnock have scored in their last 9 home matches and the Saints have scored
in 5 of their last 6 away matches (only failing to score at Celtic Park) so it
looks like we could see a few goals today.
Both teams to Score in the Match 5/6

After scoring 8 goals in his first 6 matches for Killie. Paul Heffernan has now
failed to score in his last 5 matches. Will he start 2012 with a bang?
Heffernan to Score and Killie to Win 2/1

Former Ayr Utd favourite, Gary Teale, is sure to get a warm reception at Rugby Park
and he will no doubt love to score his first SPL gaol for St Mirren there.
Teale to score anytime 6/1

RANGERS v MOTHERWELL
6 of the last 8 SPL meetings between these sides have produced at least 5 goals
in each of the matches.
Over 4.5 goals in match 11/2

Rangers have won their last 2 SPL games following a Celtic defeat 4-0
Rangers to win 4-0 12/1

Rangers to win to Nil 4/5

Motherwell have saved their best performances for away matches with their
only defeats being at Tynecastle and Celtic Park.
Motherwell (+1) on the handicap 9/4
Motherwell (+2) on the handicap 10/11

Graham Sharpe,
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S P L 2011/12 Specials

William Hill FIXTURE DAY SPL 2011/12 ODDS AND SPECIALS……

Scottish Markets 2011-12

To Win SPL
Rangers 5/6
Celtic 5/6
Hearts 50/1
Dundee Utd 100/1
Aberdeen 200/1
Hibernian 250/1
Motherwell 250/1
Kilmarnock 500/1
Inverness 500/1
Dunfermline 1000/1
St Johnstone 1000/1
St Mirren 1000/1
Win Only

SPL Without Old Firm
Hearts 6/4
Dundee Utd 3/1
Aberdeen 7/1
Motherwell 7/1
Hibernian 9/1
Inverness 14/1
Kilmarnock 20/1
St Johnstone 25/1
Dunfermline 40/1
St Mirren 40/1
1/3 Odds Place 1,2

SPL Finish Bottom
Dunfermline 5/2
St Mirren 3/1
Kilmarnock 10/3
St Johnstone 7/2
Inverness 8/1
Hibernian 14/1
Motherwell 20/1
Aberdeen 25/1
Dundee Utd 66/1
Hearts 100/1
Win Only

Rangers Trophy Multiples
SPL & Scottish Cup 3/1
SPL & League Cup 10/3
Scottish Cup & League Cup 5/1
SPL, Scottish Cup & League Cup 10/1

Celtic Trophy Multiples
SPL & Scottish Cup 3/1
SPL & League Cup 10/3
Scottish Cup & League Cup 5/1
SPL, Scottish Cup & League Cup 10/1

Scottish First Division
Dundee 9/4
Hamilton 11/4
Falkirk 5/1
Livingston 5/1
Partick 10/1
Raith 12/1
Ross County 12/1
Morton 16/1
QOS 40/1
Ayr Utd 50/1
1/5 Odds Place 1,2,3

Scottish Second Division
Brechin 11/4
Forfar 4/1
Cowdenbeath 9/2
Airdrie 6/1
East Fife 6/1
Dumbarton 10/1
Stenhousemuir 12/1
Arbroath 14/1
Stirling Albion 16/1
Albion 20/1
1/5 Odds Place 1,2,3

Scottish Third Division
Alloa 9/4
Peterhead 3/1
Queens Park 7/2
Annan 7/1
Stranraer 8/1
Berwick 14/1
Clyde 16/1
Elgin 20/1
East Stirling 20/1
Montrose 20/1
1/5 Odds Place 1,2,3

Scottish Communities League Cup
Rangers 9/4
Celtic 9/4
Hearts 9/1
Dundee Utd 11/1
Aberdeen 14/1
Motherwell 16/1
Hibernian 16/1
Kilmarnock 20/1
Inverness 25/1
St Johnstone 33/1
St Mirren 33/1
Dunfermline 33/1
Others On Request

Scottish Cup
Rangers 2/1
Celtic 2/1
Hearts 9/1
Dundee Utd 12/1
Aberdeen 14/1
Motherwell 16/1
Hibernian 16/1
Kilmarnock 20/1
Inverness 25/1
St Johnstone 40/1
St Mirren 40/1
Dunfermline 40/1
Others On Request

Ramsdens Cup
Hamilton 7/2
Dundee 9/2
Falkirk 6/1
Livingston 10/1
Partick 12/1
Ross County 12/1
Raith Rovers 14/1
QOS 16/1
Ayr Utd 25/1
Morton 25/1
Others On Request

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
TWITTER- @sharpeangle

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

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Scottish F A Cup Specials

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Hills….Scottish FA Cup

Win Cup Outright

Celtic
15/8

Rangers
15/8

Dundee Utd
12/1

Hearts
12/1

Hibernian
14/1

Motherwell
16/1

Aberdeen
25/1

St Johnstone
33/1

Inverness
33/1

Kilmarnock
50/1

St Mirren
50/1

Hamilton
66/1

Dundee
66/1

Falkirk
66/1

Ross County
66/1

Dunfermline
80/1

Partick
100/1

QOS
100/1

Each Way 1/2 1-2

Others On Request

Old Firm Winner?

Rangers or Celtic to win Cup
4/9

Anyone else to win cup
13/8

Non SPL Winner
14/1

Non SPL Finalist
4/1

Giant Killers

Eight SPL clubs will play clubs from a lower division.

With 2 SPL sides guaranteed a place in the Fifth Round

How many will join them?

Number of SPL Clubs in Fifith Round?

2 – 3
500/1

4 – 5
66/1

6 – 7
16/1

8 – 9
10/11

10
10/11

Which SPL Side will score the most this weekend?

Celtic
2/1

Inverness
7/2

Aberdeen
5/1

Rangers
7/1

Hibernian
10/1

St Mirren
12/1

Dundee Utd
16/1

Hamilton
16/1

Hearts
16/1

Motherwell
33/1

St Johnstone
33/1

Kilmarnock
40/1

At least 6 matches involving SPL clubs

must take place or all bets Void

Rangers Trophy Mulitples

SPL & CIS Cup
11/5

SPL & Scottish Cup
3/1

Scottish Cup & CIS Cup
4/1

SPL, Scottish Cup & CIS Cup
15/2

No Trophies
16/5

Celtic Trophy Mulitples

SPL & CIS Cup
13/5

SPL & Scottish Cup
7/2

Scottish Cup & CIS Cup
4/1

SPL, Scottish Cup & CIS Cup
8/1

No Trophies
14/5

LIVE MATCHES

Berwick Rangers v Celtic

Celtic head south to play Berwick Rangers on Sunday.

Berwicks most famous victory came in 1967

when they beat Rangers 1-0

Match Odds

Berwick
20/1

Draw
13/2

Celtic
1/12

Handicap Odds

Berwick (+1)
5/1

Tie
19/5

Celtic (-1)
1/3

Berwick (+2)
2/1

Tie
11/4

Celtic (-2)
10/11

Berwick to Win 1-0
28/1

Freddie Ljungberg could make his Celtic debut against

Berwick. Roy Keane made his Celtic debut in a 2-1

Scottish Cup defeat away to Clyde in 2006.

Berwick to win 2-1
80/1

Freddie Ljungberg to score Anytime
5/4

Freddie Ljunberg to Score First
5/1

Freddie Ljungberg to Score 2 or more
6/1

Freddie Ljungberg to Score a Hat-trick
33/1

Freddie Ljungberg to Score first and Celtic to win
11/2

Freddie Ljungberg to Score Anytime and Celtic to Win
7/5

Berwick Striker Alan Brazil’s Dad, Ally, played in the

Hamilton side which shocked Rangers in the 1985

Scottish Cup.

Alan Brazil to Score Anytime
7/1

Berwick top Goalscorer Darren Gribben was playing

Scottish Junior Football last season and could now

be facing Celtic live in Sky

Darren Gribben to score Anytime
6/1

Berwick have yet to score against Celtic in their previous

4 meetings, conceding on average 4 goals per game

Berwick To Score Anytime
5/2

To Score the 1st Goal

Berwick
6/1

No Goal
16/1

Celtic
1/12

To Score the Last Goal

Berwick
6/1

No Goal
16/1

Celtic
1/12

Margin of Victory

Berwick By 1 Goal
28/1

Berwick By 2 Goals
55/1

Berwick By 3 Goals
65/1

Berwick By 4 or More Goals
70/1

Celtic By 1 Goal
9/2

Celtic BY 2 Goals
16/5

Celtic By 3 Goals
16/5

Celtic By 4 or More Goals
8/5

Lead At Half Time And Not Win

Berwick
16/1

Celtic
22/1

Time of First Goal

1st to 15th Minute
13/8

16th to 30th Minute
19/10

31st Minute to Half Time
18/5

46th to 60th Minute
10/1

61st to 75th Minute
14/1

76th Minute to Full Time
18/1

Total Berwick Goals

None
3/10

One
2/1

Two
12/1

Three
55/1

Four Or More
125/1

Total Celtic Goals

None
14/1

One
6/1

Two
16/5

Three
3/1

Four Or More
11/10

Penalty Awarded

Yes
3/1

No
2/9

Penalty Awarded And Scored
18/5

Penalty Awarded And Missed
12/1

Dundee v Motherwell

Match Odds

Dundee
9/5

Draw
11/5

Motherwell
6/5

Dundee are in great form winning their last 6 matches

and keeping 5 clean sheets

Draw No Bet

Dundee
5/4

Motherwell
6/10

To Keep a Clean Sheet

Dundee
11/5

Motherwell
8/5

To Win To Nil

Dundee
7/2

Motherwell
9/4

Rangers v Kilmarnock

Match Odds

Rangers
2/9

Tie
4/1

Kilmarnock
17/2

Handicap Odds

Rangers (-1)
8/13

Tie
16/5

Kilmarnock (+1)
11/4

Rangers (-2)
2/1

Tie
11/4

Kilmarnock (+2)
10/11

Kenny Miller grabbed a hat-trick the last time these two

sides met.

Kenny Miller to Score a Hat-trick
8/1

Conor Sammon scored two in that match

Conor Sammon to score 2 or more
14/1

Steven Naismith has a good record against his old side

Steven Naismith to Score Anytime and Rangers to Win
11/10

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