Scottish Premier League Bet

Match of the Day is not yet on our TV screens but the new soccer season has already started you know. Outside the Premiership quite a few leagues are already underway. The Socottish Premiership is one of them. With the relegation of Rangers it looks to be a one horse race in the ante post […]

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Spl Favourites To Get Goal-line Technology First!

The goal-line technology argument will be hitting the headlines after the Bolton / QPR game and William Hill are betting on which European league will host the first match involving goal-line technology. The Scottish Premier League generally kicks off earlier than the other European leagues and is 13/8 favourite with the English Premier League 11/4 second favourite.

“The FA are keen to press the issue to FIFA and after yet another high profile incident, it is surely just a matter of where and when it comes into play,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

First League to stage game with goal-line technology: 13/8 Scottish Premier League; 11/4 English Premier League; 4/1 German Bundesliga; 11/2 Spanish La Liga; 7/1 French Ligue 1; 8/1 Italian Serie A; 10/1 Dutch Eredivisie

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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

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You Bet Roy’s Keane To Return


Roy Keane declared his desire to return to club management in a BBC Radio 5 interview, and William Hill have opened a book on where he may return, making League One their 3/1 favourite but offering 66/1 that it will be as boss of Manchester United! ‘Keane’s charisma would guarantee that he will have little difficulty in finding a club to return to management with, but the question is where in the game that might be’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Where Will Roy Keane manage next?
League One……..3/1
Scottish Premier League….10/3
League Two………..9/2
Blue Square Premier….7/1
League of Ireland……9/1
Premier League……20/1
Others on request.
**Hills– Roy Keane to be next…Man Utd manager – 66/1…….Nottm Forest manager – 20/1……Celtic manager – 14/1

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702….twitter – @sharpeangle

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William Hill Becomes Title Sponsor Of The Scottish Cup

William Hill, the UK’s No.1 bookmaker, has signed a seven-figure deal with the Scottish FA to become the title sponsor of the Scottish Cup.

The three-year partnership means the famous cup competition will be renamed the William Hill Scottish Cup.

William Hill, which operates over 300 betting shops in Scotland and a total of 2364 across the UK and Ireland, is already the official betting partner of the Scottish Premier League. The Scottish Cup sponsorship deal reaffirms their strong association with Scottish football. The agreement will also allow the bookmaker to showcase its online, mobile and retail products to Scottish football fans the length and breadth of the country.

The William Hill Scottish Cup first round draw will take place in Glasgow’s Buchanan Galleries Shopping Centre on Monday, August 29, at 10am. The draw will be conducted by last year’s victorious captain, Celtic’s Scott Brown, the Scottish FA President, Campbell Ogilvie, and Kristof Fahy, William Hill’s Group Brand and Marketing Director.

Stewart Regan, Scottish FA Chief Executive, said: “We are proud to have a leading brand like William Hill as sponsor of the Scottish Cup for the next three seasons. The new 2011/12 William Hill Scottish Cup begins in just a few weeks’ time and with the competition now securing a new sponsor, we can now look forward another exciting season ahead.”

Gareth Davis, Chairman of William Hill PLC, said: “It seems fitting for the most established and biggest bookmaker in Scotland to be attached to the oldest Association trophy in world football and we at William Hill consider it an honour to be able to put our name to the Scottish Cup.”

Notes to Editors:

About William Hill

The London Stock Exchange listed bookmaker – William Hill offers betting in shops, online, telephone, and mobile. Founded in 1934, William Hill has grown to become the UK’s largest bookmaker with more than 15,000 employees and around 2,350 betting shops in UK and Ireland.

Their online site offers over 500,000 betting markets every week – including the largest range of in-play markets in the industry. These markets and several chart topping Android and iPhone apps can also be accessed via William Hill’s brand new mobile site

William Hill, who are also the largest bookmaker in Scotland, are no strangers to sponsorship in the country. The firm is official betting partners of the Scottish Premier League (SPL) and also sponsors Scotland’s richest horse race – the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup.

About the Scottish Cup

The William Hill Scottish Cup is the main national cup competition in Scottish football. It is a knockout cup competition run by and named after the Scottish FA. The William Hill Scottish Cup trophy is the oldest national trophy in the world. It was first held in 1873-74, with Queen’s Park the winners. The current holders of the Scottish Cup are Celtic, who defeated Motherwell 3-0 in the 2011 final on 21 May 2011.

For further information:
Tony Kenny
Public Relations
William Hill
020 8918 3627 (o)
07714126514 (m)
William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road

Mark Snell
Communications Executive
Scottish FA
07904 604943

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New Spl Season…latest Odds

The start of the new Scottish Premier League is upon us and William Hill cannot split the Old Firm clubs offering 5/6 for both sides to win this year’s SPL title. Hearts appear to be in pole position for the ‘best of the rest’ honours offered at 5/4 in the SPL without Old Firm sides followed by Dundee Utd at 10/30. At the other end of the table, newly promoted Dunfermline are the 5/2 favourites to finish bottom of the league with St Mirren 3/1.

Rangers striker Nickica Jelavic is the 3/1 joint favourite to win the SPL golden boot with Gary Hooper, with Celtic’s Anthony Stokes and Dundee Utd’s David Goodwillie 8/1.

There is a three way tie at the top of the SPL sack race, with Hearts’ Jim Jeffries, St Johnstone’s Derek McInnes and Kilmarnock’s Kenny Shiels all seemingly in the firing line as 4/1 joint favourites.

“The football season kicks off early this season, easing the anguish of a tournament free summer and we have a number of bets to keep every SPL punter involved until the final day,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Scottish Premier League Outright: 5/6 Rangers; 5/6 Celtic; 50/1 Hearts; 100/1 Dundee Utd; 200/1 Aberdeen; 250/1 Hibernian; 250/1 Motherwell; 500/1 Kilmarnock; 500/1 Inverness CT; 1000/1 Dunfermline; 1000/1 St Johnstone; 1000/1 St Mirren

Scottish Premier League Without Old Firm: 5/4 Hearts; 10/3 Dundee United; 7/1 Aberdeen; 8/1 Motherwell; 9/1 Hibernian; 16/1 Inverness CT; 20/1 Kilmarnock; 25/1 St Johnstone; 40/1 St Mirren; 40/1 Dunfermline

Scottish Premier League To Finish Bottom: 5/2 Dunfermline; 3/1 St Mirren; 10/3 Kilmarnock; 7/2 St Johnstone; 8/1 Inverness CT; 14/1 Hibernian; 20/1 Motherwell; 25/1 Aberdeen; 66/1 Dundee Utd; 100/1 Hearts

Scottish Premier League Top Scorer: 3/1 Nikica Jelavic; 3/1 Gary Hooper; 8/1 Anthony Stokes; 8/1 David Goodwillie; 11/1 Kyle Lafferty; 14/1 Steven Naismith; 14/1 Kris Commons; 16/1 Georgios Samaras; 20/1 John Sutton; 33/1 Daryl Murphy; 33/1 Michael Higdon; 40/1 BAR

Scottish Premier League Scottish Goal Scorer: 9/4 David Goodwillie; 3/1 Steven Naismith; 3/1 Kris Commons; 11/2 John Sutton; 10/1 Kevin Kyle; 14/1 Garry O’Connor; 16/1 BAR

1st SPL Manager To Leave: 4/1 Jim Jeffries; 4/1 Derek McInnes; 4/1 Kenny Shiels; 9/2 Terry Butcher; 7/1 Danny Lennon; 10/1 Craig Brown; 12/1 Stuart McCall; 16/1 Peter Houston; 16/1 Neil Lennon; 16/1 Ally McCoist; 20/1 Jim McIntyre

Top Six Finish: 1/16 Hearts; 1/5 Dundee United; 5/6 Aberdeen; 5/6 Motherwell; 5/4 Hibernian; 15/8 Inverness CT; 3/1 Kilmarnock; 7/2 St Johnstone; 5/1 Dunfermline; 5/1 St Mirren

Season Match Bets:
5/6 Celtic; 5/6 Rangers
1/3 Hearts; 9/4 Hibernian
8/15 Dundee United; 11/8 Aberdeen
11/8 Kilmarnock; 8/15 Motherwell
1/1 St Mirren; 8/11 St Johnstone
2/5 Inverness CT; 7/4 Dunfermline

Teams Total SPL Odds:
Over 79.5 5/6
Under 79.5 5/6

Over 79.5 5/6
Under 79.5 5/6

Over 49.5 8/11
Under 49.5 EVS

Dundee Utd
Over 49.5 5/6
Under 49.5 5/6

Over 44.5 EVS
Under 44.5 8/11

Over 44.5 11/10
Under 44.5 4/6

Over 44.5 11/10
Under 44.5 4/6

Over 40.5 5/6
Under 40.5 5/6

Over 40.5 8/11
Under 40.5 EVS

Over 39.5 11/10
Under 39.5 4/6

St Johnstone
Over 34.5 EVS
Under 34.5 8/11

St Mirren
Over 34.5 4/6
Under 34.5 11/10

SPL Forecast:
Rangers/Dundee Utd
Celtic/Dundee Utd
33/1 Rangers/Aberdeen

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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

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Next Season’s S P L Odds With And Without Old Firm


Dundee Utd5/2
St Johnstone20/1
St Mirren50/1

EW 1/3 1-2

The Scottish Premier League Outright 2011/2012

Dundee Utd66/1
St Johnstone500/1
St Mirren1000/1

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William Hill Official Betting Partner For Scottish Premier League

11 August 2010 For Immediate Release
The Scottish Premier League (SPL) today announced a raft of new commercial deals ahead of the
forthcoming season. These deals were approved by the clubs at Friday’s General Meeting.
For the next two seasons, STV have acquired the rights to use SPL footage across their daily new
bulletins and their Sports Centre programme broadcast ahead of each weekend’s fixtures. STV will
also be assisting the SPL to produce over 100 matches each season and manage their archive
content going back to 1998.
Radio Clyde meanwhile have secured goalflash rights for 2010/11. This will mean that their
listeners will be kept up to speed with all the action on match days from around the grounds on
Clyde 1 and Clyde 2 Superscoreboard.
In addition, William Hill will become the SPL’s ‘Official Betting Partner’, a first for the league. This
deal will see William Hill‘s latest promotions featured on the SPL official website – < > . As part of this unique partnership, William Hill will also be provided with

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advertising air-time across Radio Clyde and STV’s sports programming.
Separately, a deal has been struck with Moray Firth Radio (MFR) to broadcast live commentary at
all Inverness Caledonian Thistle games in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League next season.
Neil Doncaster, Chief Executive of the SPL, commented, “We’ve been working hard over the
summer to pull together a range of commercial deals. So, it is really pleasing that we are able to
announce them ahead of the big kick off on Saturday.
“We’ve had to be creative in how we have structured some of these deals but by doing this we have
been able to deliver. Our key aims have been to drive more investment into the league, and in turn
our clubs, and to broaden the coverage of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League. We look forward
to working with MFR, William Hill, Radio Clyde and STV to do so in the coming season.”
William Hill Operations Controller Scotland, Brian McColgan, commented, “William Hill are delighted
to become the SPL’s first official betting partner. As Scotland’s major bookmakers, and the
industry’s longest established and most innovative company, we are keen to emphasise our
commitment to promoting and supporting Scottish football through our 300+ branches in Scotland
and via our online presence, which has a worldwide following. Together we can raise and enhance
the profile of Scottish football.”
Bobby Hain, MD of Broadcasting at STV, said: “We’re delighted to be working in partnership with
the SPL. We’re ideally placed to provide them with a range of key services and today’s deal allows
us to provide football fans across Scotland with a dedicated Clydesdale Bank Premier League
football show every Friday evening, in addition to our weeknight Sports Centre updates.”
Head of News and Sport at Radio Clyde, Lorraine Herbison, said, “We are thrilled to have secured
this deal with the SPL and know this is sure to prove a real highlight for our avid listeners in
Glasgow and the west of Scotland. Superscoreboard has some great personalities on the
programme and has a really loyal following.
“Securing the goalflash rights, allowing us to go round the grounds, underlines our commitment to
bringing the best in sports coverage direct to our listeners and enhances the show even further.
The new look programme launched on Monday night and was also the debut show for Jim
Delahunt, our new anchor. It is already proving very popular with our listeners.”
Danny Gallagher, Managing Director at MFR said: “I am absolutely delighted to have negotiated this
deal with the SPL for our listeners. Many have made it known that they would love MFR to follow the
first division champions as they move back up to the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
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Scottish Premier League

Greig Mailer – 07876 251 730 , < >

Kirstin Stevenson – 0141 300 3670
William Hill
Graham Sharpe – 0780 3233702

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