Manchester Utd V Chelsea Betting Tips

Premier League TV Match Betting Premier League – Manchester United v Chelsea.   Live on Sky Sports at 8:00pm on the 26th August.   Our  Premier League TV Match Betting game today comes from Old Trafford as Champions Manchester United host Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea.   Here are some key facts to note.   * Manchester […]

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Aston Villa v Liverpool Betting Tips

The Televised Game Of Weekend   Premier League – Aston Villa v Liverpool    live on Sky Sports at 4:00pm on Sunday 31st March    Game of the weekend this week comes from Villa Park when Aston villa search for precious points to ease relegation worries against Champions league outsiders Liverpool.   Firstly, here are […]

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Everton v Man City Betting Tips

The Televised Game Of The Weekend Premier League – Everton v Man City live on Sky Sports at 12:45pm Saturday 16th March Game of the weekend this week comes from Goodison park as Everton host title chasing Man City. * Everton have kept only two clean sheets in their last 23 Premier League games whilst […]

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Liverpool v Tottenham Betting Tips

The Televised Game Of The Weekend We are starting a new regular free message Quite simply ex bookmaker Phil will take a look at the major televised match each weekend and point you to what he feels are some decent options. Norm I guess will be to examine the big Sunday match. Here is what […]

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Glasgow University Set For A Tough Examination In The William Hill Scottish Cup

School may be out for the summer, but some of the students at Glasgow University are gearing up for the biggest football examination of their lives.

Glasgow University FC will face Selkirk in the first round of the 2012/13 William Hill Scottish Cup on Saturday, and the big prize for whoever graduates into the second round is a potential meeting against Rangers.

Midfielder Marc Hunter, stepping up a grade from GU’s U21 side, is already dreaming of a potential clash against the ‘Old Firm’ giants’ in the second round.

“This is the biggest game I’ve had in my career and made all the bigger with the chance that we can get Rangers in the next round! The thought of playing at Ibrox, getting some money for the club, and playing against international players would be amazing!. It’s a great incentive to get through Saturday’s tie and then hopefully look forward to the draw.”

“I have a pretty good record in the Scottish Cup, albeit in School but we won it when I was in first year so hopefully that success can continue with a win on Saturday. I’d love to grab a goal to take us through and see my name up on Sky Sports Soccer Saturday!”

The potential game against Rangers is a huge carrot for GU, but the students coach Gary Rodgers is keen to keep the players focused on Saturday’s game.

“The players may all be thinking about potentially playing Rangers in the next round but it is the old cliché of taking one game at a time and it is up to us (coaches) to keep the players focused on Saturday as it is going to be a tough match so early in the season. Normally we would have an extra 3 or 4 weeks to prepare for the Scottish Cup ties but we have managed to get a few friendlies in and have played 3 league games so the guys are looking sharp and they all want to play a part on Saturday.”

“It would be amazing for the players, the University and the coaches if we were able to get through and then get drawn against Rangers but that is a long way off yet, we just need to make sure we play to our best on Saturday and get through what is a tricky tie and I have no doubt Selkirk will be thinking along the same lines that they can potentially face Rangers in the next round so it is going to be tough but we’ll be ready.”

The 2010-11 season saw Glasgow University F.C. qualify for the Scottish Cup Second Round for the first time since 1975 after a 1-0 victory at Garscube Sports Complex against Burntisland.

The Cup sponsors, William Hill make the students 3/1 outsiders to win the game, Selkirk are 4/7 – with the draw available at 16/5.

Tony Kenny
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Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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Clarke Carlisle Joins William Hill Sports Book Of Year Panel


English footballer and chairman of the Professional Footballer’s Association Clarke Carlisle was today announced as a new addition to the judging panel of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award.

Carlisle, 32, who counts Blackpool, Queen’s Park Rangers, Leeds United, Watford and Burnley among his former clubs also has a degree in Professional Sports Writing and Broadcasting from Staffordshire University and has appeared as a pundit for Sky Sports and on Match of the Day 2.

An imposing figure in central defence, Carlisle is also known for his intellectual rigour having taken part in BBC1’s flagship political debate programme Question Time on numerous occasions as well as making several successful appearances on the Channel 4 game show Countdown. In 2002 he was crowned “Britain’s Brainiest Footballer” in an ITV show hosted by Carol Vorderman.

William Hill spokesman and co-founder of the prize, Graham Sharpe, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Clarke to the judging panel. He is the first still active sports person to join and will bring a fresh perspective to the panel’s discussions and deliberations”.

Carlisle will join broadcaster and writer John Inverdale; award-winning journalist Hugh McIlvanney; broadcaster Danny Kelly; and columnist and author, Alyson Rudd on the judging panel for the 24th William Hill Sports Book of the Year, which will be chaired by John Gaustad, co-creator of the award and founder of the Sportspages bookshop.

This year’s winner will be announced at a lunchtime ceremony at Waterstones Piccadilly on the 26th November. As well as a £24,000 cheque, the winning author will also receive a free £2,000 bet, a specially commissioned hand bound copy of the winning title and a day at the races.


For further information please contact Anwen Hooson or Ceri Maxwell at Riot Communications on
020 3174 0118 / / 07899 798885
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• This year’s prize is open to any full-length book, providing the subject is predominantly sporting, published for the first time in the UK between 30th September 2011 and 29th September 2012. The entry deadline is Friday 31st August and full rules can be found here:

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Money-Back Special – Premier League

Chelsea v Tottenham
Saturday 12:45pm Sky Sports 2
Money-Back Special
If Didier Drogba, Frank Lampard or John Terry score the last goal of this game Paddy Power will refund all losing 1st/last goalscorer, correct score & scorecast singles on the match. Conditions

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