You Bet Bellamy And Rhodes Will Be Star Men On Wednesday

Scotland and Wales warm up for World Cup qualification with friendlies against Australia and Bosnia this week with Championship strikers, Jordan Rhodes and Craig Bellamy, offered at 9/2 by William Hill to both score.

“Craig Bellamy and Jordan Rhodes may both be plying their trade in the Championship but our punters only seem interested in backing those guys to grab the goals on Wednesday,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Wales and Bosnia are both 17/10 for the win with the draw at 21/10. Craig Bellamy is 9/2 to net first for Wales and 6/5 to score any time. Scotland are the 6/4 favourites to emerge triumphant against Australia with Jordan Rhodes 9/2 to get the first goal.

Both teams have been drawn in Group A of Europe’s World Cup Qualifying section although Brazil 2014 looks like a far stretch for both. It is 1/6 they both miss out on qualification, 7/2 one and 100/1 two. Scotland are 16/1 to win Group A with Wales 25/1. Former Celtic striker Scott McDonald is hoping to put in a good performance against the Scots to force his way in at club level and is 15/2 to open the scoring.

International Specials:

Scotland and Wales World Cup qualification: 1/6 Neither, 7/2 Exactly One, 100/1 Two

World Cup Qualifying Match Bet (league position): 8/11 Scotland, 1/1 Wales

9/2: Craig Bellamy and Jordan Rhodes Both to score (both must start or bets are void)

Match Result:

6/4 Scotland, 11/5 Draw, 9/5 Australia

First Goal Scorer: 9/2 Jordan Rhodes, 6/1 Steven Naismith, 7/1 Jamie Mackie, 7/1 Archie Thompson, 15/2 Scott McDonald, 15/2 Shaun Maloney, 8/1 Robbie Kruse, 8/1 Robert Snodgrass, 9/1 Brett Holman, 9/1 James Forrest, 10/1 BAR

Anytime Goal Scorer: 6/5 Jordan Rhodes, 7/4 Steven Naismith, 2/1 Jamie Mackie, 2/1 Archie Thompson, 9/4 Scott McDonald, 11/4 Robbie Kruse, 11/4 Robert Snodgrass, 10/3 Brett Holman, 10/3 James Forrest, 7/2 BAR

Match Result: 17/10 Wales, 21/10 Draw, 17/10 Bosnia

First Goal Scorer: 9/2 Craig Bellamy, 11/2 Steve Morison, 6/1 Edin Dzeko, 6/1 Gareth Bale, 13/2 Vedad Ibisevic, 7/1 Simon Church, 7/1 Sam Vokes, 9/1 Aaron Ramsey, 9/1 Zvjezdan Misimovic, 9/1 Sejad Salihevic, 10/1 BAR

Anytime Goal Scorer: 6/5 Craig Bellamy, 6/4 Steve Morison, 7/4 Edin Dzeko, 7/4 Gareth Bale, 15/8 Vedad Ibisevic, 2/1 Simon Church, 2/1 Sam Vokes, 10/3 Aaron Ramsey, 10/3 Zvjezdan Misimovic, 10/3 Sejad Salihevic, 7/2 BAR

World Cup Qualifying Group A: 7/4 Belgium, 15/8 Croatia, 2/1 Serbia, 16/1 Scotland, 25/1 Wales, 66/1 Macedonia

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
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Football Bets Service Doors Open Again

Doors have opened up again over at the Football Bets Service after a short summer break. This season Ex Bookmaker Phil Brown will be the sole soccer betting expert there. Phil has an excellent long term record of tipping success. The Premier League is obviously a few weeks away but there is still a lot […]

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South American’s Dominate London 2012 Goal Scoring Race, Neymar 11/2

Tipped for world stardom, Brazil’s wonderkid Neymar has been installed as the 11/2 favourite with William Hill to top score at this summer’s Olympic football tournament and his side are 7/4 favourites to win gold.

Spain are 2/1 second favourites and have Atletico Madrid striker, Adrian in their ranks. He is the second favourite at 7/1 to top score this summer. Hulk is 8/1 along with Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani is 9/1. Daniel Sturridge is the highest Team GB player in the betting at 16/1 with Craig Bellamy at 20/1.

“There will be a lot of young talent on show in the men’s football tournament. Neymar, Adrian, Sturridge, Suarez and Cavani are all superb strikers and it could be as tight as the Euros for top scoring supremacy,” said William Hill spokesman Mark Young.

Men’s Olympic Football Gold Medal Winners: 7/4 Brazil, 2/1 Spain, 6/1 Uruguay, 8/1 Team GB, 9/1 Switzerland, 14/1 Mexico, 25/1 BAR

Men’s Olympic Football Top Goal Scorer: 11/2 Neymar, 7/1 Adrian, 8/1 Hulk, 8/1 Leandro Damiao, 8/1 L Suarez, 9/1 A Pato, 9/1 E Cavani, 12/1 A Hernandez, 12/1 Rodrigo, 16/1 C Tello, 16/1 D Sturridge, 20/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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Euro Final Set To Be Biggest Since World Cup Final

Up to 500 bets per minute are set to be placed on tonight’s Euros Final once the game kicks off, report William Hill. Anywhere up to £25 million is expected to have been wagered on the match in the build up to the game in the UK alone. “The final of any major tournament is always going to be a massive draw for our punters and they have already been getting involved with gusto. As things stand, over half of all bets placed have been for Spain to win,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “This match is set to be the biggest since the World Cup Final in 2010.”

Spain are 23/20 to win the match in 90 minutes, with Italy 11/4 and the draw 21/10. Spain are 8/15 to lift the trophy, while Italy are 6/4 to do so. Hills are offering a couple of matchwinners for tonight’s game, going 7/1 for Balotelli to score and Italy to win in 90 minutes, while the same price is offered for Iniesta to score anytime and Spain to win in 90 minutes. The match is 4/1 to go to penalties.

Llorente and Torres are the 6/1 favourites to open the scoring tonight, but should Del Bosque decide that he wants to start with no strikers once again, Fabregas and Pedro are offered at 7/1 and 9/1 repectively. Mario Balotelli looks the most likely to score for the Italians at 7/1.

Euro Final:

90 minutes: 23/20 Spain; 11/4 Italy; 21/10 Draw

Lift the trophy: 8/15 Spain; 6/4 Italy

Match to go to penalties: 4/1

First scorer: 6/1 Fernando Llorente; 6/1 Fernando Torres; 7/1 Mario Balotelli; 7/1 Cesc Fabregas; 7/1 Alvaro Negredo; 9/1 Pedro; 9/1 Antonio Di Natale; 10/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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M: 07850 518 164
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8/1 Chelsea Hold Firm At The Bridge… Are Newcastle The Most Entertaining Premier League Side Ever?

CHELSEA are up against it in their Champions League semi final with William Hill making the home side 4/1 to win the match and Barcelona odds on at 8/11 to return to the Nou Camp with the advantage. Chelsea‘s back line will have to stand firm against the predicted barrage and Hills are offering 8/1 that Roberto Di Matteo’s men win to nil.

“Punters are backing Barcelona as if they cannot lose but Chelsea have been waiting a few years for revenge and it could come on Wednesday night,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

If any Barcelona player has to be stopped, it is Lionel Messi and William Hill are offering odds on who will be the first to foul him, making Michael Essien and Raul Meireles the 6/1 joint favourites with John Terry and John Obi Mikel both 7/1. Messi is 12/5 to outscore the entire Chelsea team on Wednesday night.

To celebrate 20 years of the Premier League, the FA are doing a ’20 Seasons Of Premier League Awards’ and amongst the categories are best goal, best match and best celebration. Bookmakers, William Hill make Dennis Bergkamp (vs Newcastle 2001/02) and Paolo Di Canio (vs Wimbledon 1999/2000) the joint 9/2 favourites to win the award while Matt Le Tissier (vs Blackburn 1994/95) and Thierry Henry (vs Manchester Utd 2000/01) are 11/2 joint third favourites.

It is not just the strikers getting recognised at the awards however, as the men between the sticks are also represented by the ‘Best Save of the 20 Seasons’ Awards. Possibly the greatest ever Premier League goalkeeper, Peter Schmeichel, shares 4/1 favouritism for the award with his effort against Newcastle in the 1997/98 season, with Joe Hart (vs Liverpool 2007/08) the same price. Craig Gordon (vs Bolton Wanderers 2010/11) is the 5/1 third favourite.

Newcastle are involved in the three favourites for the ‘Match of the 20 Years’ award with their 3-4 defeat to Liverpool in 1995/96 offered at 8/15 (having originally opened at 4/1). Their thrilling 4-4 comeback against Arsenal in 2010/11 is offered at 8/1 and their 5-0 victory over Manchester United in 1996/97 9/1.

“There have been some fantastic performances throughout the 20 years of the Premier League, although perhaps none as entertaining as the Liverpool win that effectively ended Newcastle’s title aspirations in 1995/96 and that match is clear favourite to win,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

20 Years Of The Premier League Awards:

Best Goal: 9/2 Dennis Bergkamp; 9/2 Paolo Di Canio; 11/2 Matt Le Tissier (vs Blackburn 94/95); 11/2 Thierry Henry; 7/1 Eric Cantona; 8/1 Alan Shearer; 8/1 Tony Yeboah; 9/1 Wayne Roney; 10/1 Matt Le Tissier (vs Newcastle 93/94); 10/1 David Beckham

Best Save: 4/1 Joe Hart; 4/1 Peter Schmeichel (vs Newcastle); 5/1 Craig Gordon; 11/2 Jussi Jaskelainen; 11/2 Peter Schmeichel (vs Liverpool); 7/1 Tomasz Kuszczak (vs Wigan); 8/1 Carlo Cudicini; 12/1 Brad Friedel; 12/1 Tomasz Kuszczak (vs Birmingham); 14/1 Shay Given

Best Match: 8/15 Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle 95/96; 8/1 Newcastle 4-4 Arsenal 10/11; 9/1 Newcastle 5-0 Man Utd 96/97; 10/1 Arsenal 4-4 Tottenham 08/09; 10/1 anchester United 4-3 Manchester City 09/10; 10/1 Liverpool 4-4 Arsenal 08/09; 11/1 Tottenham 3-5 Manchester United 01/02; 11/1 Manchester United 8-2 Arsenal 11/12; 16/1 Manchester United 1-6 Manchester City 11/12; 20/1 Portsmouth 7-4 Reading 07/08

Champions League:

First Player to foul Messi: 6/1 Michael Essien; 6/1 Raul Meireles; 7/1 John Terry; 7/1 John Obi Mikel; 8/1 Ramires; 8/1 David Luiz; 8/1 Gary Cahill; 9/1 Branislav Ivanovic; 10/1 Frank Lampard; 10/1 Juan Mata; 10/1 Oriol Romeu; 11/1 Jose Bosingwa; 12/1 Salomon Kalou; 12/1 Ashley Cole; 12/1 Paulo Ferreira; 16/1 Didier Drogba; 16/1 Daniel Sturridge; 16/1 Florent Malouda; 20/1 Fernando Torres

Goalscorer match bet: 2/1 Chelsea; 12/5 Lionel Messi; 1/1 Tie

Gareth Bale to join Barca before end of summer transfer window: 9/2 yes; 1/8 no

4/1 Chelsea; 8/11 Barcelona; 5/2 draw

8/1 Chelsea to win to nil

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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Dan The Man And How Many Goals Will England Euro Top Scorer Notch ?

TWO GOALS AGAINST DUTCH – THREE IN ENTIRE EURO FINALS?

William Hill have opened a book on how many goals England’s top scorer in the Euro finals will score and make THREE their 2/1 favourite, with TWO a 9/4 chance and ONE, the ‘winner’ in the last World Cup, a 7/2 shot. ‘Whoever manages the side in the Euros will need to prioritise his strikers pretty quickly as, at the moment, there are several contenders to start up front in the opening game to stake a claim for a permanent place in the side’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

And Hills make Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck their 11/2 joint favourites to top score for the country innthe tournament.

DAN THE MAN?

William Hill are betting on which Dan – Sturridge or Welbeck, will score more goals and play more minutes during the Euro finals – and reckon Welbeck is likely to outdo Sturridge in both areas. ‘The two Dans are amongst our most promising players and it will be very interesting to see which of the two enjoys the better tournament’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Playing Minutes –

Welbeck – 8/13

Sturridge – 6/5

Euro Goals –

Welbeck – 2/1

Tie – 10/11

Sturridge – 11/4

Specials – To Start Opening Euro Game v France?

2/1 Micah Richards (Yes)…. 4/11 Micah Richards (No)

5/6 Glen Johnson (Yes)…. 5/6 Glen Johnson (No)

4/7 Danny Welbeck (Yes) …5/4 Danny Welbeck (No)

8/11 Daniel Sturridge (Yes)…. Evs Daniel Sturridge (No)

7/4 Kyle Walker (Yes) ….2/5 Kyle Walker (No)

6/1 Fraizer Campbell (Yes) …1/12 Fraizer Campbell (No)

10/3 Jermain Defoe (Yes) ….1/5 Jermain Defoe (No)

9/2 Andy Carroll (Yes) ….1/8 Andy Carroll (No)

11/4 Adam Johnson (Yes)….1/ 4 Adam Johnson (No)

9/4 Chris Smalling (Yes)……1/3 Chris Smalling (No)

9/4 Stewart Downing (Yes)…1/3 Stewart Downing (No)

4/6 John Terry (Yes)…………11/10 John Terry (No)

5/6 James Milner (Yes)……….5/6 James Milner (No)

EURO 2012 – HOW MANY GOALS WILL TOP ENGLAND SCORER SCORE ?

None
16/1

One
7/2

Two
9/4

Three
2/1

Four
5/1

Five or more
8/1

EURO 2012 – TOP ENGLAND GOALSCORER

Wayne Rooney
11/2

Danny Welbeck
11/2

Ashley Young
6/1

Daniel Sturridge
7/1

Steven Gerrard
9/1

Theo Walcott
11/1

Frank Lampard
14/1

Jermain Defoe
20/1

Darren Bent
20/1

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
20/1

Phil Jones
33/1

Andy Carroll
33/1

Adam Johnson
33/1

Gabriel Agbonlahor
33/1

Stewart Downing
33/1

James Milner
33/1

Scott Parker
33/1

Peter Crouch
33/1

Bobby Zamora
33/1

Gary Cahill
40/1

Fraizer Campbell
50/1

John Terry
50/1

Gareth Barry
50/1

Leighton Baines
50/1

Micah Richards
66/1

Ashley Cole
100/1

Kyle Walker
100/1

Each-way one third the odds a place 1 , 2.

England captain for France game: 4/6 Scott Parker; 7/4 Steven Gerrard; 4/1 Joe Hart; 12/1 Frank Lampard; 14/1 Gareth Barry; 25/1 Ashley Cole; 33/1 Rio Ferdinand

Manager at Euro 2012: 1/6 Redknapp; 5/1 Pearce; 8/1 Any other

Next Permanent England manager: 1/7 Redknapp; 8/1 Pearce; 9/1 Guardiola; 14/1 Hodgson; 16/1 Hiddink; 20/1 Mourinho; 25/1 BAR

Euro 2012 winner: 9/4 Spain; 3/1 Germany; 7/1 Holland; 8/1 England; 14/1 Italy; 14/1 France; 20/1 Portugal; 20/1 Russia; 40/1 BAR

TO WIN GP D- 13/8 England; 8/15 France; 4/1 Ukraine; 11/2 Sweden (Qualify- 2/5 E; 8/15 f; 11/8 U; 2/1 S)

Gary Cahill and Ashley Young both grabbed a goal each against World Cup finalists, Holland, and Hills make Cahill 10/1 to score at the Euros and Young 11/4 to do so.

PREMIER LEAGUE WEEKEND SPECIALS –

HighestScoringMatch_

Man City v Bolton
3/1

Fulham v Wolves
5/1

Tottenham v Man Utd
5/1

Liverpool v Arsenal
6/1

Blackburn v Aston Villa
7/1

Stoke v Norwich
8/1

West Brom v Chelsea
8/1

Newcastle v Sunderland
8/1

QPR v Everton
11/1

Wigan v Swansea
11/1

E/W – 1/5TH ODDS 1-2-3

HighestScoringTeam_

Man City
10/3

Fulham
15/2

Liverpool
12/1

Stoke
12/1

Newcastle
12/1

Chelsea
12/1

Man Utd
12/1

Blackburn
14/1

Tottenham
14/1

Wigan
16/1

Everton
16/1

Arsenal
16/1

QPR
20/1

Aston Villa
20/1

West Brom
22/1

Norwich
22/1

Swansea
25/1

Sunderland
25/1

Wolves
28/1

Bolton
40/1

E/W – ¼ ODDS 1-2-3

FastestScoringTeam_

Man City
8/1

Fulham
10/1

Liverpool
12/1

Blackburn
12/1

Stoke
12/1

Wigan
12/1

Newcastle
12/1

Tottenham
12/1

Everton
12/1

Chelsea
12/1

Man Utd
12/1

QPR
16/1

West Brom
16/1

Arsenal
16/1

Aston Villa
16/1

Norwich
16/1

Swansea
16/1

Sunderland
16/1

Wolves
16/1

Bolton
25/1

E/W – ¼ ODDS 1-2-3

TotalRedCards_

None
9/2

One
2/1

Two
2/1

Three
4/1

Four or more
5/1

HatTrickScored_

Yes
7/2

No
1/6

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Graham Sharpe,

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8/13 City/united Forecast…tevez May Be Kicking His Heels For Some While Yet

Manchester City made relatively light work of Blackburn and William Hill are offering 8/15 that they win the league. Their nearest rivals, Manchester United, are 13/8 to win the league. Hills are offering 8/13 for Manchester City to finish first with their rivals in second.

Carlos Tevez was nowhere to be seen as City lined up to face Blackburn and despite his apology, he may face a thankless task getting his old spot back seeing as Dzeko, Balotelli and Aguero all netted. William Hill are offering odds on when he will next don a City shirt and offer 11/4 that it is when they face Bolton on the 3rd March, 5/2 Swansea, 7/2 Chelsea, 5/1 Stoke and 11/2 Sunderland. He is 3/1 to take no part in any of these games. He is, however, 1/8 to play for City this season (9/2 not to).

“Tevez’s apology has paved the way for a return to action, but he may have to wait a while as there are three strikers ahead of him bang in form,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Premier League outright: 8/15 Manchester City; 13/8 Manchester United; 20/1 Spurs; 200/1 Chelsea; 250/1 Arsenal; 1000/1 Liverpool

Premier League top four finish: 1/300 Manchester City; 1/200 Manchester United; 1/14 Tottenham; 8/11 Chelsea; 13/8 Arsenal; 3/1 Liverpool; 12/1 Newcastle; 100/1 Sunderland; 125/1 BAR

Premier League relegation: 1/3 Wigan (9/4 to stay up); 4/6 Wolves (11/10); 8/11 Blackburn (1/1); 8/11 Bolton (1/1); 5/6 QPR (5/6); 14/1 BAR

Top London club: 1/8 Tottenham; 7/1 Chelsea; 10/1 Arsenal

Winner without Manchester: 1/8 Tottenham; 7/1 Chelsea; 10/1 Arsenal; 40/1 Liverpool

To finish bottom: 13/8 Wigan; 10/3 Wolves; 10/3 Bolton; 4/1 QPR; 4/1 Blackburn

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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M: 07850 518 164
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Wednesday Specials…relegation Battle, Wenger And Senegalese Hotshots

Three of the sides involved in the Premier League relegation battle are involved on Wednesday’s Premier League fixtures and William Hill are betting on how many points Bolton, Blackburn and QPR get between them. Hills offer 66/1 that all three sides win and 7/1 that all three lose. Hills also offer 2/7 that QPR are the highest placed out of the three Premier League teams following Wednesday’s fixtures.

Arsenal take on Bolton followed swiftly by a match against fellow strugglers Blackburn, who beat them earlier in the campaign, and two victories could see them back in the race for a top four place, Blackburn and William Hill offer 11/10 that they take maximum points from the two games. Two defeats, however and Arsene Wenger could be under intense pressure. Hills go 33/1 that they are beaten twice. Arsene Wenger is 11/10 to have left Arsenal by the first game of next season and 11/4 to be the boss of Real Madrid come the first game of next season.

“These two Arsenal matches could defining in more ways than one and two victories for the Gunners could have a massive impact at both ends of the table,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Hills make Robin van Persie 5/4 to outscore the rest of the Arsenal team against Bolton.

Newcastle’s two Senegalese strikers could be back from International duty to play against Blackburn and William Hill go 11/4 that Demba Ba scores more than new boy, Papiss Cisse in the match (10/3 vice versa and 4/7 for the tie).

William Hill Wednesday Specials:

Highest Scoring Match:

9/4 Bolton/Arsenal
3/1 Blackburn/Newcastle
10/3 Sunderland/Norwich
4/1 Fulham/West Brom
9/2 Aston Villa/QPR

Highest Scoring Team: 10/3 Arsenal; 5/1 Sunderland; 5/1 Fulham; 11/2 Aston Villa; 7/1 Newcastle; 7/1 Blackburn; 14/1 Bolton; 14/1 Norwich; 16/1 West Brom; 18/1 QPR

Fastest Scoring Team: 9/2 Arsenal; 5/1 Sunderland; 11/2 Fulham; 6/1 Aston Villa; 13/2 Newcastle; 13/2 Blackburn; 9/1 Bolton; 9/1 Norwich; 10/1 West Brom; 11/1 QPR

Who will be highest in the Premier League after 1st Feb Matches: 2/7 QPR; 7/2 Bolton; 11/2 Blackburn

Total points combined (QPR, Bolton, Blackburn) 1st February: 66/1 nine; 14/1 seven; 8/1 six; 12/1 five; 3/1 four; 7/2 three; 6/1 two; 3/1 one; 7/1 none

Total goals for Robbie Keane while at Villa (currently two): 2/1 three or under; 5/4 four or five; 7/4 six goals or more

Robin van Persie vs Arsenal team season match bet: 5/4 Van Persie (currently on 19); 4/7 Arsenal team (currently on 20)
*bets void in the event of a tie

Who will score more goals vs Bolton: 5/4 Robin van Persie; 11/10 Arsenal (excluding RvP); 10/3 tie

Arsenal points vs Bolton & Blackburn: 11/10 six; 9/5 four; 16/5 three; 14/1 two; 12/1 one; 33/1 none

Arsene Wenger still at Arsenal on first day of next season: 4/6 yes; 11/10 no

Real Madrid manager on the 1st day of the Spanish La Liga season 2012/13

Jose Mourinho 7/4
Arsene Wenger 11/4
Rafa Benitez 7/1
Joachim Low 7/1
Guus Hiddink 20/1
Juan Martinez 20/1
Fabio Capello 20/1
Sven Goran Erikkson 25/1

Papiss Cisse/Demba Ba Match Bet vs Blackburn: 11/4 Ba; 10/3 Papiss Cisse; 4/7 Tie

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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You Bet Ferdinand And Terry Will Fail To Shake Hands

***************************William Hill – FA CUP SPECIALS******************************************

250/1 Ferdinand/Terry both sent off:
YOU BET FERDINAND AND TERRY WILL NOT SHAKE HANDS

William Hill have cut their odds about Anton Ferdinand and John Terry FAILING to shake hands before the QPR- Chelsea match on Saturday from an opening 11/10 to 4/11, and now quote 2/1 that they WILL shake. ‘Wayne Bridge refused t shake hands with John Terry and the betting suggests the England and Chelsea skipper is in for a second public snub’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

9/2 QPR player booked for a foul on John Terry. John Terry must start or bets are void.

13/2 Chelsea player booked for a foul on Anton Ferdinand. Anton Ferdinand must start or bets are void.

Ferdinand/Terry each 20/1 to get sent off, 250/1 for both to be sent off in the match.
(Bets void if Ferdinand/Terry play no part in game)

Gary Cahill – What will happen first vs QPR: 4/7 Complete 90 minutes; 4/1 Subbed; 4/1 Yellow; 8/1 Goal; 33/1 Straight Red

BATTLE OF STUTTERING STRIKERS:

WITH both Torres and Carroll struggling for form, William Hill are betting on which of the two will score quicker for their club in Saturday’s FA Cup matches – and offering 4/6 that neither of them will manage to hit the target. Bets will be voided if one or the other, or both, fails to start the game.

Fernando Torres to score quickest- 9/4
Andy Carroll to score quickest- 7/2
Neither to score a goal- 4/6
Both must start, or bets void.

HIGHEST SCORING MATCH

Arsenal v Aston Villa 7/2
West Brom v Norwich 5/1
QPR v Chelsea 11/2
Bolton v Swansea 13/2
Brighton v Newcastle 13/2
Liverpool v Man Utd 13/2
Derby v Stoke 15/2
Sunderland v Middlesbrough 17/2

DEAD HEAT RULES APPLY, EACH WAY 1/5 1-2-3

HIGHEST SCORING TEAM:

Arsenal 7/2
Chelsea 13/2
West Brom 13/2
Newcastle 9/1
Sunderland 9/1
Bolton 10/1
Liverpool 12/1
Man Utd 12/1
Norwich 14/1
Stoke 16/1
Brighton 22/1
Derby 22/1
Swansea 22/1
Aston Villa 22/1
QPR 22/1
Middlesbrough 28/1

DEAD HEAT RULES APPLY, EACH WAY 1/4 1-2-3

FASTEST SCORING TEAM

Arsenal 8/1
Chelsea 8/1
West Brom 10/1
Newcastle 10/1
Sunderland 10/1
Bolton 10/1
Man Utd 10/1
Liverpool 12/1
Norwich 12/1
Stoke 12/1
Derby 14/1
Swansea 14/1
Brighton 16/1
QPR 18/1
Aston Villa 20/1
Middlesbrough 20/1

DEAD HEAT RULES APPLY, EACH WAY 1/5 1-2-3-4

FA Cup Outright: 4/1 Chelsea; 9/2 Tottenham; 11/2 Manchester United; 6/1 Arsenal; 9/1 Liverpool; 16/1 Everton; 16/1 Stoke; 16/1 Newcastle; 16/1 Sunderland; 28/1 Fulham; 33/1 Aston Villa; 33/1 West Brom; 40/1 Bolton; 50/1 QPR; 50/1 Norwich; 50/1 Swansea; 50/1 Southampton; 66/1 Leicester; 100/1 Birmingham; 100/1 Blackpool; 100/1 Hull; 100/1 Derby; 125/1 Middlesbrough; 125/1 Middlesbrough; 125/1 Millwall; 200/1 Brighton; 200/1 Watford; 300/1 Sheff Weds; 300/1 Sheff Utd; 500/1 Notts County; 500/1 Crawley; 750/1 Swindon; 750/1 Stevenage
PRICES SUBJECT TO FLUCTUATION FOLLOWING FRIDAY GAMES

To Qualify:

9/2 Watford; 1/8 Tottenham
8/13 Everton; 6/5 Fulham
9/4 QPR; 1/3 Chelsea
5/6 Liverpool; 5/6 Manchester United
11/10 Millwall; 4/6 Southampton
2/5 Hull; 7/4 Crawley
4/6 West Brom; 11/10 Norwich
1/2 Blackpool; 6/4 Sheffield Wednesday
8/13 Stevenage; 6/5 Notts County
5/4 Derby; 4/7 Stoke
1/1 Sheffield Utd; 8/11 Birmingham
4/6 Bolton; 19/10 Swansea
1/5 Leicester; 10/3 Swindon
13/8 Brighton; 4/9 Newcastle
4/9 Sunderland; 13/8 Middlesbrough
1/4 Arsenal; 11/4 Aston Villa

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
Twitter- @sharpeangle

T: 020 8918 3731
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Carling Cup Specials…when Will Carroll Score?

Manchester City face Liverpool in the Carling Cup with a one goal deficit and William Hill make them 2/1 to qualify for the final, Liverpool are 2/5 and in the driving seat. The only goal at the Etihad was a penalty scored by Steven Gerrard and Hills offer 3/1 that a penalty is awarded during the match. Manchester City are 7/1 to win after extra time while Liverpool are 14/1. After winning their match against Spurs in added time on Sunday, Hills offer 16/1 that an injury time goal settles the tie.

“The previous match between these two was hardly a classic and both sides will want to avoid any early mistakes,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “It is quite possible that this one could go down to the wire.”

Andy Carroll and Edin Dzeko are struggling for goals at the moment and William Hill are offering 12/5 that either one of the misfiring strikers nets the first goal, while 6/1 is available for them both to find the net at anytime during the match. Andy Carroll has scored just the one goal since Luis Suarez started his ban and William Hill offer 11/8 that he fails to score in the remaining three matches of Suarez’s absence. He is 5/4 to score one, 7/2 two, 8/1 three and 10/1 four or more.

90 minutes betting: 7/4 Liverpool; 9/5 Manchester City; 19/10 Draw

To Qualify: 2/1 Manchester City; 2/5 Liverpool

3/1 Penalty to be awarded during the match

Carroll or Dzeko to score first: 12/5

Carroll and Dzeko to score anytime: 6/1

Total Andy Carroll goals in next three games (Manchester City; Manchester United; Wolves): 11/8 none; 5/4 one; 7/2 two; 8/1 three; 10/1 four
*Must start vs Manchester City and fixtures played in above order

An injury time goal to settle the time: 16/1
*Game must be heading into extra time in 90 minutes, any goal scored to avoid extra time is a winner

What will Balotelli do first against Liverpool: 1/1 be substituted; 11/4 complete 90 minutes; 3/1 score; 10/3 receive yellow card; 25/1 red card
*Balotelli must start vs Liverpool for bets to stand

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
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