Premier League ‘TV Match Betting’ Manchester City v Manchester United Live on SkySports 1 at 4:00pm on Sunday 22nd September This weekend’s game comes from the Manchester Derby with both teams seeking all three points after below par starts to the new season. Here are some key facts to note before placing any bets on this game… […]Read more
WILL UNITED BOUNCE BACK IN PREM?
William Hill make Manchester United 8/11 to bounce back from FA Cup defeat by beating Newcastle in their Tuesday night Premier League fixture. The home side are 4/1, with the draw 5/2 and Hills now make Man U 6/5 chances to clock up 82 points or more this season and 11/4 to win the title by ten or more points. This match is probably the last hope their title challengers have of seeing United falter as the title winning post apoproaches said Hills spokesman Graham Sharpe.
MAN UTD TOTAL POINTS: 9/4 78 or less, 7/4.. 79-81, 6/5 82 or more
Man Utd Winning Margin: 5/1 . 1 to 3, 9/4 4 to 6, 9/4 7 to 9, 11/4 .10 or more, 50/1 Goal Difference, 9/2 Not win it.
To Finish Second: 11/10 Arsenal, 6/4 Chelsea, 9/2 Man Utd, 12/1 Man City
Top Four Finish: 1/100 Chelsea, 1/100 Arsenal, 2/9 Man City, 9/4 Tottenham, 25/1 Liverpool
Premiership Outright: 1/8 Man U; 8/1 Arsenal; 9/1 Chelsea; 150/1 Man City
WENGER ON SHAKY GROUND?
William Hill are offering 11/4 that Arsene Wenger will fail to shake hands with his opposing manager in any of Arsenals remaining matches this season after he was involved in another end of game spat with Kenny Dalglish. Mr Wengers managerial fan club has diminished somewhat this season after a couple of petulant end of match encounters and with the pressure increasing on him as Arsenal yet again look like failing to win a trophy, he might well yet snub another boss said Hills spokesman Graham Sharpe. Hills now offer 6/1 that Wenger will no longer be Arsenal manager on the first day of next season, and 1/12 that he will still be there.
MEANWHILE, Hills OFFER 25/1 ABOUT ARSENAL WINNING THEIR REMAINING SIX GAMES 40/1 THAT THEY FAIL TO WIN ANY OF THEM
HOW MANY MORE GAMES WILL ARSENAL WIN? ODDS
TORRES 9/4 TO FAIL TO FIND NET FOR REST OF SEASON
HOW MANY GOALS WILL TORRES SCORE FOR CHELSEA THIS SEASON? ODDS
THREE OR MORE 9/4
*MUST PLAY SOME PART IN NEXT MATCH V BIRMINGHAM FOR BETS TO STAND
CARLO FAVOURITE TO BE NEXT BOSS TO GO
William Hill are betting on who will be the next of the current Premier League managers to leave his club whenever that happens and make Carlo Ancelotti 2/1 favourite, with Steve Kean 3/1 second favourite, ahead of Avram Grant at 10/3. Carlos long term future at Chelsea looks far from secure, but relegation for Blackburn would almost certainly result in Steve Keans departure, while Avram Grant has been leading a charmed life, having been favourite on seven separate occasions to be the next boss to go said Hills spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Next Manager To Leave ODDS
Carlo Ancelotti 2/1
Steve Kean 3/1
Avram Grant 10/3
Steve Bruce 7/2
Roberto Mancini 12/1
Ian Holloway 16/1
Harry Redknapp 16/1
Gerard Houllier 20/1
Sir Alex Ferguson 20/1
David Moyes 25/1
Roberto Martinez 25/1
Mick McCarthy 25/1
Alex McLeish 33/1
Mark Hughes 33/1
Alan Pardew 33/1
Roy Hodgson 40/1
Arsene Wenger 50/1
Owen Coyle 50/1
Tony Pulis 66/1
Next Permanent Liverpool Manager 100/1
FURTHER INFORMATION .Graham Sharpe 0208 918 3731Read more