FA Cup Tips

Luton v Millwall

Giant killers Luton became the first non-league side to beat Premier League opposition in the FA Cup with their dramatic win over Norwich City in the last round. With home advantage against Championship opponents, the Hatters will be anticipating another positive result but Millwall won’t make it easy.

The Lions may have enjoyed a mixed season in the league but the side caused a shock of their own by eliminating Premiership Aston Villa in the last round. Form however, is poor with only one point taken from their last four Championship matches.

Luton are struggling too and have lost both their games since the Norwich win. However, expect the
FA Cup  to lift the hosts to a draw at the end of ninety minutes.

Oldham v Everton

Having recorded an incredible win over Liverpool in the 4th round, Oldham will be looking for another Premiership scalp when they host Everton in a live televised match. However, the league one side are in disarray after the resignation of manager Paul Dickov this week and that remarkable Cup win has masked a poor season.

Oldham are just outside of the relegation places and after four straight defeats, the club could be destined for league two football next year.

Naturally, Everton will be wary of the threat that the hosts possess and manager David Moyes won’t be happy at dropping two points at home to struggling Aston Villa last weekend. However, Everton are enjoying an impressive season overall and they should seal a narrow away win here.

Manchester City v Leeds United

After their impressive 2-1 home win over Spurs in the last round, Leeds’ reward is a daunting trip to the Etihad and a tie with Roberto Mancini’s Manchester City. Manager Neil Warnock may consider this is a good time to be playing a side who were some way below their best in drawing at home to Liverpool but can the visitors get another positive result?

As for Leeds themselves, they look a weaker side having sold Luciano Becchio to Norwich City in the transfer window and this should be a comfortable win for Manchester City.

 

Arsenal Will Gir-roud The Day They Sold Rvp

Robin van Persie looks set to sign for Manchester United and William Hill make him 8/11 to score more Premier League goals than Wayne Rooney and he is 5/6 to score 22 or more goals. Van Persie won last season’s PFA player of the year award and he is 7/2 to pick up the award again this season. The loss of van Persie could have an adverse effect on Arsenal and they are odds on, at 8/15 to finish lower than the third place they finished last season while Manchester United are 5/6 to score more than the 89 goals that they scored last term.

Van Persie is 8/1 to score four or more Premier League goals against his former club this season while he is 11/10 to outscore both Giroud and Podolski put together.

“It looks as though van Persie will hit the ground running for Manchester United and he could possibly reach a similar goals tally to what he approached last season while at the other end of the spectrum, without his goals, Arsenal’s grip on third spot may slip,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

There are a couple of names who could be elbowed out of Old Trafford following RVP’s arrival and Javier Hernandez is 7/2 to move to Arsenal from Manchester United and 9/2 to move to Spurs. Real Madrid have often been linked with the striker and he is 10/1 to move to the Bernabeu from Old Trafford. Dimitar Berbatov could also be on his way and Hills make QPR the 4/1 favourites to secure his signature upon him leaving Old Trafford.

Robin van Persie vs Rooney goals match bet: 8/11 van Persie; 1/1 Rooney

Total goals scored by van Persie in Premier League: 5/6 22 or more; 5/6 21 or fewer

7/2 Robin van Persie to win PFA player of the year 2012/13

Robin van Persie prem goals vs Arsenal: 13/8 none; 2/1 one 9/2 two; 11/2 three; 8/1 four or more

Javier Hernandez next club: 7/2 Arsenal; 9/2 Tottenham; 8/1 Liverpool; 10/1 Inter Milan; 10/1 AC Milan; 10/1 Barcelona; 10/1 Real Madrid; 10/1 Juventus; 20/1 Manchester City…others on request

Berbatov next club: 4/1 QPR; 9/2 West Ham; 11/2 Galatasaray; 11/2 Zenit St Petersburg; 7/1 AC Milan; 8/1 Sunderland…others on request

Arsenal finishing position: 9/2 higher than third; 5/2 third; 8/15 lower than third

Manchester United 2012/13 Premier League goals: 5/6 more than 89; 5/6 less than 90

Premier League winner: 5/4 Manchester City; 9/4 Manchester United; 5/1 Chelsea; 12/1 Arsenal; 16/1 Liverpool; 25/1 Tottenham; 150/1 BAR

Premier League top goalscorer: 7/1 Robin van Persie; 7/1 Sergio Aguero; 8/1 Fernando Torres; 8/1 Wayne Rooney; 16/1 Carlos Tevez; 16/1 Luis Suarez; 20/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
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E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

Avb Closes In On Spurs Job

AVB Closes In on Spurs Job

Despite Andre Villas Boas claiming talk about him joining Tottenham as lies William Hill still quote him at 4/11 to become the new boss at White Hart Line.

Laurent Blanc suffered disappointment with France’s elimination from Euro 2012 last night but he is 8/1 to take over from Harry Redknapp. Fabio Capello is second favourite at 5/1 but money has been placed on ex Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola at 16/1.

“Money has been seen for Guardiola and Blanc but despite AVB playing down rumours of his move to Spurs we expect him to be in the hot seat at White Hart Lane sooner rather than later,” said William Hill spokesman Mark Young.

Next Tottenham Manager: 4/11 Villas Boas, 5/1 Capello, 8/1 Blanc, 8/1 Klinsmann, 14/1 Moyes, 14/1 Hoddle, 16/1 Rangnick, 16/1 Guardiola, 16/1 Martinez, 16/1 Sherwood, 16/1 Hiddink, 20/1 Benitez, 25/1 BAR

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

You Bet Moyes Headed For Spurs

YOU BET MOYES HEADED FOR SPURS

William Hill have installed David Moyes as 7/4 favourite to succeed Harry Redknapp as the next permanent manager of Spurs. Hills also offer 7/2 Roberto Martinez; 6/1 Rafa Benitez; Jurgen Klinsmann; 16/1 Fabio Capello; Andre Villas Boas; Alan Pardew; 20/1 Gus Poyet; 25/1 Martin O’Neill; 33/1 Stuart Pearce. Others on request.
‘This will be a volatile market but as Spurs would have expected Harry to get the England job they are sure to have put out feelers to potential replacements and we would expect a speedy appointment’ said Hill’sspokesman Graham Sharpe.

Further information…07803233702
twitter- @sharpeangle

Betting On Barton Ban

HOW LONG WILL BARTON BAN BE?

William Hill have opened a book on the length of Joey Barton’s ban – and make him 5/6 to serve over 7.5 games, and 5/6 under 7.5 games. Barton is 4/6 NOT to be at QPR on day one of next season, 11/10 still to be there. ‘Barton has entered uncharted waters with his behaviour and his ban could set new records’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

MANCHESTER CITY are 11/8 favourites with Hills to win the Premier League title again next season – and quote them at 200/1 to win the Quadruple.

TO WIN NEXT SEASON’S PREM TITLE….11/8 Man C; 11/4 Man U; 4/1 Chelsea; 6/1 Arsenal; 25/1 Spurs; 33/1 Liverpool; 125/1 Newcastle. Others on request.

BOLTON are 10/1 to win the Championship; 5/2 to be promoted, 20/1 to go down again next season.

FURTHER INFO…Graham Sharpe…..0780 3233702

twitter- @sharpeangle

How Will Premier League Title Be Decided ?

HOW WILL PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE BE DECIDED?

ALTHOUGH MAN CITY ARE 1/9 favourites to win the Premier League title just how they will achieve that – or even whether they will – remains to be seen. William Hill have opened a book on how they or United will land the title – and make City 8/15 to win on goal difference, and 7/2 to win by two points. ‘City won’t really care how they win the title, but there are plenty of potential outcomes for punters to speculate on’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

**Man City win League by :
3 points……6/1
2 points……7/2
1 point……..50/1
Goal difference….8/15
Not win title5/1

** Man City By Goal Difference:
7 or under..5/2
8-9……….9/4
10-11…….7/1
12-13…….14/1
14 or more…..20/1

**Title not decided by GD- 6/4

**Man Utd win title by:
3 points…………16/1
2 points………….9/1
1 point……………40/1
Goal difference…80/1
Not win title1/9

**Man C are 1/9 favourites to lift the title, with Manchester United 5/1.

WHO’LL FINISH THIRD?….2/5 Arsenal; 7/4 Spurs; 33/1 Chelsea; Newcastle

TO FINISH IN TOP 4………1/16 Arsenal; 1/6 Spurs; 4/1 Newcastle; 7/1 Chelsea

WILL ANDY START EUROS?

Andy Carroll to start vs France – 4/1

WILL RVP STAY WITH GUNNERS?

RvP still at Arsenal on 1st day of next seasonYes – 2/5…No – 7/4

Further information……graham sharpe…..07803233702
twitter- @sharpeangle

You Bet Premier League Going Down To The Wire At Both Ends Of The Table

QPR secured a fantastic last minute win against Stoke, which moved them two points clear of Bolton with just one game to go. William Hill make the Rs 9/4 to go down with Bolton now favourites, along with 1/150 Blackburn, at 1/4 to be relegated. Hills are offering 10/1 that any side are relegated on Goal Difference.

Arsenal were let off the hook after drawing with Norwich on Saturday as both Newcastle and Tottenham failed to win and the Gunners are in pole position to finish in the top four at 1/16 with Spurs 1/6, Newcastle 4/1 and Chelsea 7/1.

“Another intriguing day in the Premier League has seen the battles at both ends of the table go down to the wire,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Odds:

Relegation outright: 1/150 Blackburn; 1/4 Bolton; 9/4 QPR; 33/1 Wigan

To stay up: 1/200 Wigan; 1/3 QPR; 11/4 Bolton; 20/1 Blackburn

Top four finish: 1/16 Arsenal; 1/6Tottenham; 4/1 Newcastle; 7/1 Chelsea

Any side to be relegated on goal difference 10/1

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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

Race For Top Four Back On…bolton 10/3 To Lose Last Two Games

The race for fourth place took another twist as Newcastle won at Chelsea ad Spurs thumped a woeful Bolton Wanderers. Spurs are in to 1/5 to finish the season in the top four, with Arsenal 1/12 and Newcastle 5/2. Chelsea’s best hope of Champions League football next season is to win this year’s competition as they are now 20/1 to bag a top four spot.

“The race for the top four has really warmed up again and this could be yet another battle in the Premier League that could go down to the wire,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Harry Redknapp is 5/1 to be named the next England manager after a disappointing week on that front, while Alan Pardew, who has masterminded a fantastic rise to the top for Newcastle, is 12/1.

At the other end of the table, Bolton are 10/3 with Hills to lose their final two games of the season. Bolton are 5/6 to be relegated with Blackburn 1/66 and QPR 5/6.

Relegation: 1/66 Blackburn; 5/6 QPR; 5/6 Bolton; 20/1 Wigan; 20/1 Aston Villa

Without Manchester: 2/5 Arsenal; 2/1 Tottenham; 8/1 Newcastle; 40/1 Chelsea

Relegation Trebles: 10/11 Wolves/Bolton/Blackburn; 10/11 Wolves/Blackburn/QPR; 20/1 Wolves/QPR/Bolton; 25/1 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn; 25/1 Wolves/Blackburn/Aston Villa; 33/1 BAR

Top four finish: 1/12 Arsenal; 1/5 Tottenham; 5/2 Newcastle; 20/1 Chelsea

5/1 Harry Redknapp to be NEXT England manager

12/1 Alan Pardew to be NEXT England manager

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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

Tight At The Bottom: 5/2 For Goal Difference To Decide Relegation

Spurs and Chelsea both claimed vital wins in their bids to claim the final Champions League spot in the Premier League, while at the same time preventing Blackburn and QPR from getting wins that would see them inch closer to safety. William Hill now make Blackburn … to be relegated this season, while QPR are … QPR’s defeat by five goals means that they are only five ahead of Bolton on goal difference and Hills offer 5/2 that any side are relegated on goal difference alone.

“As tight as it is at the top, it is also just as tight for that final relegation spot,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “It may well just go down to goal difference.”

Chelsea’s appearance in the Champions League Final means that fourth place may not necessarily earn a Champions League spot although Hills offer 6/4 that Tottenham grab fourth and play in the Champions League next season, while Arsenal are 11/2 to do so, Newcastle 7/1 and Chelsea 5/4.

To finish 4th place and play in next season’s champions league:

Arsenal 11/2
Chelsea 5/4
Tottenham 6/4
Newcastle 7/1

Premier League relegation: 1/66 Blackburn; 8/13 QPR; 5/4 Bolton; 16/1 Aston Villa; 20/1 Wigan

To stay up: 1/100 Wigan; 1/150 Aston Villa; 4/7 Bolton; 6/5 QPR; 14/1 Blackburn

Top four finish: 1/12 Arsenal; 8/11 Tottenham; 6/5 Chelsea; 9/2 Newcastle

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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

Latest Prem Odds

PREM ODDS LATEST

TOP FOUR FINISH….1/12 Arsenal (6/1 not) ; Evens Spurs (8/11); 6/4 Newcastle (1/2); 2/1 Chelsea (4/11)

WITHOUT MANCS- 2/7 Arsenal; 6/1 Newcastle; 9/1 Spurs; 12 Chelsea

William Hill…….Relegation….1/500 Wolves; 1/3 Blackburn (9/4 stay up); 1/2 Bolton (6/4 stay up); 4/1 Wigan; 9/1 Villa

Relegation trebles:

EVSWolves/Bolton/Blackburn
9/4Wolves/Blackburn/QPR
11/4Wolves/QPR/Bolton
5/1Wolves/Wigan/Bolton
11/2Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn
11/1Wolves/Wigan/QPR
80/1QPR/Bolton/Blackburn
100/1Wigan/QPR/Bolton
125/1Wigan/QPR/Blackburn
Teams to be relegated in any order

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