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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Celtic Overwhelming Favourites To Win Scottish League Cup And Spl Specials

With the Scottish League Cup final taking place this weekend, William Hill make Celtic the overwhelming favourites to lift the cup, offering them at 1/7 as opposed to Kilmarnock who are 4/1. Celtic are 3/10 to win the match in 90 minutes with Kilmarnock 7/1 and the draw 10/3.

“Celtic are already the huge favourites to win the League and the odds suggest that before they do so, they will run out winners of the Scottish League Cup,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Scottish Football Specials

Scottish League Cup Final

To Win Cup
Celtic 1/7
Kilmarnock 4/1

90 Minutes Odds
Celtic 3/10
Draw 10/3
Kilmarnock 7/1

To Win In Extra Time
Celtic 10/1
Kilmarnock 25/1

To Win On Penalties
Celtic 16/1
Kilmarnock 18/1

Killie have scored the opening goal in three of
their last 6 matches against Celtic
Kilmarnock to Score First 11/4

Celtic never lost any of those games where Killie
opened the scoring, drawing 2 and winning one.
Celtic to Come from Behind and win 13/2
Celtic to Come from Behind and win or draw 9/2

The last time these sides met in this final was in
2001 when Celtic won 3-0 due to a Larsson hat-trick
Hooper to Score a Hat-trick 12/1
Stokes to Score a Hat-trick 20/1

Kilmarnock have lost 5 times in the Scottish League
Cup Final and only once they have lost by a single goal
Celtic -1 goal 10/11
Celtic -2 goals 9/4

Who Will Score the Winner?
Gary Hooper 11/4
Anthony Stokes 7/2
Georgios Samaras 9/2
James Forrest 11/2
Joe Ledley 9/1
Scott Brown 9/1
Charlie Mulgrew 12/1
Paul Heffernan 25/1
Dean Shiels 25/1
James Dayton 40/1
Liam Kelly 50/1
James Fowler 66/1
Others On Request
Bets Settled on the player to score the last goal of
the match for the winning side. ET and Pens Count

SPL Specials

Dundee Utd v Rangers
Matches between hese sides at Tannadice have been
full of incident with 4 red cards shown in the last 2 games
Red Card Shown in Match 7/2

Rangers have been playing their best football away
from home and have won their last 2 away games in the
SPL 4-1.
Rangers -1 goal 17/2
Rangers -2 goals 11/1

Motherwell v Aberdeen
Rory Fallon grabbed a double last Sunday to send
Motherwell crashing out of the Scottish Cup
Fallon to Score 2 or more goals 8/1

St Mirren v St Johnstone
St Mirren have drawn 7 of their last 8 matches and
St Johnstone have drawn 4 of their last 6. 6 of those
draws have been 0-0 and also 3 of the last 5 meetings
between these sides have been goalless.
No Goalscorer in Match 7/1

Hearts v Hibernian
Hearts have won only 1 match of thier last 9. Hibs
have only lost 2 of their last 7 so go into this derby
as the form side.
Hibernian Draw No Bet 21/10

Andy Webster has scored in both derbies this season
Webster to Score Anytime 7/1

Hearts have made a habit of scoring late in these
matches with 4 goals in the last 10 minutes of their
last 6 matches.
Hearts to Score after the 80th Minute 4/1

On loan striker Roy O’Donovan has scored in Hibs’
last two away victories.
O’Donovan to Score and Hibs to Win 13/2

Scottish Junior Cup Quarter Final Specials

Highest Scoring Match
Auchinleck v Bo’ness 9/4
Irvine Meadow v Bonnyrigg 5/2
Largs v Kilwinning 11/4
St Andrews v Shotts 11/4

To Win Cup
Auchinleck 15/8
Irvine Meadow 7/2
Bo’ness 5/1
Bonnyrigg 11/2
St Andrews 8/1
Shotts 10/1
Largs 14/1
Kilwinning 20/1

To Qualify For Semi Final

Auchinleck 4/11
Bo’ness 2/1

Irvine Meadow 1/2
Bonnyrigg 6/4

Largs 4/9
Kilwinning 13/8

St Andrews 1/2
Shotts 6/4

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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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

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
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

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
Over 13.5 4/6
Under 13.5 11/10

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?
None 8/11
1 – 2 5/2
3 or more 3/1


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

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

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

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 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

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

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Latest Spl From William Hill

William Hill are offering a number of specials in the build up to this weekend’s Scottish football. Hills go 21/20 about Celtic defeating Dundee Utd without conceding and 4/1 (from 16/5) for Jelavic to score first and Rangers to win.

21/20 Celtic to win without conceding (against Dundee Utd)
4/1 Jelavic to score first and Rangers to win
5/6 Hearts to beat Aberdeen
1/1 St Johnstone to beat Dunfermline
16/5 Motherwell to beat St Mirren and not concede

Next Spl Manager to leave: 11/8 Colin Calderwood; 11/2 Terry Butcher; 13/2 Ally McCoist; 15/2 Paulo Sergio; 8/1 Derek McInnes; 9/1 Kenny Shiels; 16/1 Danny Lennon; 20/1 Peter Houston; 25/1 Craig Brown; 25/1 Neil Lennon; 25/1 Stuart McCall; 33/1 Jim McIntyre

7/1 Inverness; 4/9 Rangers; 3/1 Draw
3/10 Celtic; 11/1 Dundee Utd; 19/5 Draw
4/5 Hearts; 7/2 Aberdeen; 5/2 Draw
1/1 St Johnstone; 3/1 Dunfermline; 11/5 Draw
17/10; 17/10 Motherwell; 21/10 Draw
7/5 Kilmarnock; 2/1 Hibs; 11/5 Draw

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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Sergio’s Boys Had Better Show Heart Or He Will Be Shown The Door

Paulo Sergio was today named as Jim Jeffries successor at Hearts but William Hill already have him as the 7/1 third favourite to be the next SPL boss to leave his club. He is 1/2 to still be in charge of Hearts come the final day of the season and 6/4 to have left the club by then. Hearts are 40/1 to win the SPL and 16/1 to be runners-up, although, they are even money to finish in third place.

“Paulo Sergio has walked into possibly the most volatile of positions in Scottish football and could well be looking down the barrel of the gun should his troops fail to get off to a winning start,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

How many more managers will Hearts have this season: 1/2 none, 2/1 one; 7/1 two or more

Hearts finishing position: 40/1 winner; 16/1 runner up; 1/1 third; 2/1 fourth; 6/1 fifth; 10/1 sixth; 14/1 seventh or lower

Will Paulo Sergio be in charge on last game of the season: 1/2 yes; 6/4 no

Next SPL Manager to leave: 10/11 Colin Calderwood; 4/1 Terry Butcher; 7/1 Paulo Sergio; 9/1 Derek McInnes; 9/1 Kenny Shiels; 16/1 Ally McCoist; 16/1 Danny Lennon; 25/1 Craig Brown; 25/1 Neil Lennon; 25/1 Peter Houston; 25/1 Stuart McCall; 33/1 Jim McIntyre

McCoist Could Be Looking Like A Swede If Rangers Go Out

Ally McCoist’s Rangers take on Malmo in the Champions League qualifiers on Wednesday and the, already under pressure manager needs a result in Sweden. William Hill make Malmo the 1/2 favourites to qualify for the next round, Rangers are 6/4. Rangers are 13/10 favourites to win in 90 minutes, while Malmo are 13/8. Rangers are 6/1 to win on away goals. The Scottish side are 250/1 to win this year’s Champions League. McCoist is 10/3 to not be Rangers manager come the last day of the season and is 16/1 to be the next SPL manager to leave their job.

“McCoist is under pressure already following a couple of uninspiring performances and he will surely be feeling the heat should Rangers go out of the Champions League against Malmo,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Will Ally McCoist Be Rangers Manager Come The Last Game Of The Season: 1/5 yes; 10/3 no

To Qualify: 1/2 Malmo; 6/4 Rangers

Match Odds: 13/8 Malmo; 13/10 Rangers; 11/5 Draw

Handicap Betting: 1/2 Malmo (+1); 9/2 Rangers (-1); 13/5 Tie

6/1 Rangers to qualify on away goals rule

To win in extra time: 20/1 Malmo; 16/1 Rangers

To win on penalties: 25/1 Malmo; 25/1 Rangers

To keep a clean sheet: 2/1 Malmo; 6/4 Rangers

To win to nil: 18/5 Malmo; 13/5 Rangers

11/4 Rangers to score in both halves

16/5 Daniel Larsson to score anytime and Malmo to win
19/5 Daniel Larsson to score anytime and match to be drawn
3/1 Daniel Larsson to score anytime and Rangers to win

Nikica Jelavic and Steven Naismith were both on target against St Johnstone on Saturday
6/1 Jelavic and Naismith both to score anytime
5/2 Jelavic and Naismith to score first

Rangers Stage of Elimination:
1/2 third qualifying round
7/2 play-off round
3/1 group stage
16/1 round of 16
40/1 quarter final
66/1 semi final
100/1 runners up
250/1 winners

Will Rangers be in a European competition come 1/9/11: 1/2 Yes; 6/4 No

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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Scottish Football Bet From Bookmaker

Scottish Football Bet From Bookmaker
This comes from Tammboy an ex bookmaker odds compiler
who is now providing Scottish soccer tips at the Football Bets website.
Tammboy is one of three soccer experts there.
Combined all three have racked up a profit of about £10k to £100 level stakes
since circa November 2009
For further info on how to get regular […]

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Scottish Soccer Betting Tip

Scottish Football Betting
The following comes from Tammboy over at the Football Bets website.
As an ex odds compiler for a major bookmaker his advice has proven worth following. He specialises in betting on Scottish soccer.
NB He actually has fours bets this weekend. This is just a sample one of them
SD3 Stranraer WIN@6/4 (vs. Arbroath) – 2pt […]

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Betting On Scottish Football

Scottish Football Betting
The following comes from Tammboy over at the Football Bets website.
As an ex odds compiler for a major bookmaker his advice has proven worth following.
Scottish Division Two
Livingston WIN @Evs (vs. Peterhead) – 1pt win bet (Bet365, Blue Square, Coral, William Hill)
Peterhead vs. Livingston
Livingston are the division’s favourites and they’ve done nothing wrong this […]

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Scottish Football Betting

This bet comes from Tammboy an ex bookmaker odds compiler and trader.
To get more from him click here ==>  Scottish Football Betting Tips
Scottish Division3 – Queen’s Park WIN@13/8 (vs. Stranraer) – 2 Star bet (Bet365)

Stranraer vs. Queen’s Park

Queen’s park have hit form at the right time and bar Livingston are […]

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Scottish Football Betting Tip

Scottish Football Betting Tip
SD1 – Dunfermline WIN @13/8 (vs.  Raith) – 3 Star Bet (Bet365)
Raith vs. Dunfermline
Dunfermline seem to be making their traditional (too) late asault on the title having won 4 of their last 6.
They have won 3 out of 4 fixtures against Raith already this season (1 in the cup) and even
beat them […]

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