You Bet Manchester Sides Will Bounce Back With Victory On Sunday

After their joint defeats in the Europa League on Thursday, Manchesters United and City will be hoping to get back to winning ways on Sunday although William Hill are offering 60/1 that both sides lose against West Brom and Swansea. In all reality, the two sides are big favourites to win with United 1/3 to win and City 4/6. Hills think that the home advantage Manchester United have will enable them to have an easier time of things, with the match Even money to see the most goals on Sunday.

Manchester City are 1/18 to be top of the table come Monday morning and only a defeat in all reality could see United overtake them (15/2 for United to sit top of the table on Monday).

Sunday mythical match bet: 10/11 Manchester United; 17/10 Manchester City; 10/3 draw

Both Manchester sides to lose: 60/1

Who will be top of the table on Sunday evening: 1/18 Manchester City; 15/2 Manchester United

Highest scoring Sunday match:
1/1 Manchester United/WBA; 11/5 Swansea/Manchester City; 11/5 Norwich/Wigan

How many points clear will Manchester City be clear on Monday 12th March: 15/2 not top; 7/2 goal difference; 33/1 1 point; 5/6 2 points; 33/1 3 points; 7/1 4 points; 14/1 5 points

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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William Hill Weekend Specials…12/1 For City And United Tied At The Top On Final Day

William Hill Weekend Specials…12/1 For City And United Tied At The Top On Final Day

Things are very close at the top of the Premier League and William Hill are offering 5/6 that Manchester City sit atop the table come the end of this round of fixtures (the same price for United to be top on Sunday evening). Hills also go 12/1 that the two Manchester sides finish the season on the same amount of points.

It is not just tight at the top with at least five sides caught in the dogfight at the foot of the table and Hills think that the magic 40 point mark may not be necessary this season, offering 5/4 that the 17th placed side in the Premier League finishes with either 37, 38 or 39 points.

How many points will the winner of the Premier League have: 10/3 90 or more; 11/4 87-89; 11/4 85-86; 4/1 83-84; 5/1 81-82; 9/1 80 or less

How many points will 17th place in the Premier League have come the end of the season: 2/1 40 or more; 5/4 37-39; 5/2 34-36; 10/1 33 or less

Who will be top of the league on Monday 6th February: 5/6 Manchester Utd; 5/6 Manchester City

Who will be fifth on Tuesday 7th February: 1/1 Newcastle; 2/1 Liverpool; 5/2 Arsenal

12/1 Manchester United and Manchester City to finish the 2011/12 season on level points

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

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You Bet Spl Will Go Down To The Wire

Rangers and Celtic face off on Easter Sunday in what is one of the most hotly anticipated Old Firm clashes in recent memory, a game for which Rangers are the 5/4 slight favourites at William Hill. Celtic are 7/4 to win the game, although they have the upper hand in the race for the SPL, with Hills offering them as the 4/6 favourites while Rangers are 11/10. The title race is 8/15to be decided on the final day of the season. El Hadji Diouf is unsurprisingly the 7/1 favourite to receive the first red card of the match, joint favourite with Scott Brown.

No player has scored a league hat-trick in the Old Firm derby since 1966 and Hills offer 22/1 that that statistic is consigned to history come Sunday evening.

William Hill Old Firm Odds:

RANGERS V CELTIC

TO WIN SPL
Celtic 4/6
Rangers 11/10

TITLE TO BE DECIDED ON FINAL DAY OF SEASON
Yes 8/15
No 11/8

MATCH ODDS
Rangers 5/4
Draw 11/5
Celtic 7/4

MATCH WINNER OFFERS
Over 3 goals in the match 3/1
Rangers to score a penalty 7/1
Commons to score anytime& Celtic to win 7/1

HANDICAP ODDS
Rangers (-1) 9/2
Tie 5/2
Celtic (+1) 8/15

Rangers (+1) 4/11
Tie 7/2
Celtic (-1) 5/1

DRAW NO BET
Rangers 4/6
Celtic 11/10

DOUBLE CHANCE
Rangers or Draw 4/11
Celtic or Draw 11/20
Rangers or Celtic 1/4

TO WIN MATCH AND WIN SPL
Rangers 2/1
Celtic 5/2

TO LOSE MATCH AND WIN SPL
Rangers 7/1
Celtic 9/2

TO WIN MATCH AND NOT WIN SPL
Rangers 7/2
Celtic 3/1

ACTION PACKED MATCH
Penalty Awarded
Red Card in Match
Both Teams To Score
The Above 3 ALL to happen 7/1

BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE
Yes 4/6
No 11/10

PENALTY REF
How many Penaltys will be Awarded
None 1/3
1 – 2 5/2
3 or more 10/1

PENALTY AWARDED
Yes 9/4
No 1/3

Penalty Awarded and Scored 11/4
Penalty Awarded and Missed 10/1

Rangers to be awarded a Penalty 5/1
Celtic to be awarded a Penalty 6/1

TOTAL MATCH GOALS
None 15/2
One 7/2
Two 12/5
Three 14/5
Four 5/1
Five 9/1
Six or More 12/1

TOTAL RANGERS GOALS
None 12/5
One 8/5
Two 5/2
Three 13/2
Four Or More 14/1

TOTAL CELTIC GOALS
None 15/8
One 29/20
Two 14/5
Three 8/1
Four Or More 20/1

EARLY OR LATE GOALS
MATCH GOAL – 1st -15th Minute
Yes 2/1
No 4/11

MATCH GOAL – Injury Time
Yes 9/2
No 1/8

No-one has scored a Hat-trick in an Old Firm game since
Ally McCoist in 1983/84. The last Hat-trick in an Old Firm
League match was Stevie Chalmers in 1966
Any player to score a Hat-trick in todays match 22/1

GOALSCORER MATCH BETS
Gary Hooper 5/6
Nikica Jelavic 5/6

Anthony Stokes 1/2
David Healy 6/4

Georgios Samaras 8/11
Kyle Lafferty EVS

Kris Commons 1/2
El Hadji Diouf 6/4

Scott Brown 6/5
Steven Whittaker 8/13

Both players must start or Match Bets Void
Tie = Void bet

WHO WILL SCORE THE WINNER
Nikica Jelavic 11/2
David Healy 9/1
Kyle Lafferty 9/1
Steven Naismith 9/1
El Hadji Diouf 10/1
Maurice Edu 16/1
Steven Whittaker 16/1
David Weir 50/1
Gary Hooper 8/1
Anthony Stokes 10/1
Georgios Samaras 12/1
Kris Commons 12/1
Paddy McCourt 14/1
Freddie Ljungberg 16/1
Scott Brown 25/1
Emilio Izaguirre 40/1
(Bets Settled on Player scoring the Winnings Sides Last Goal
of The Match

LEAD AT HALF TIME AND NOT WIN
Rangers 9/1
Celtic 17/2

COME FROM BEHIND AND WIN
Rangers 17/2
Celtic 10/1

COME FROM BEHIND AND DRAW
Rangers 15/2
Celtic 15/2

COME FROM BEHIND AND WIN OR DRAW
Rangers 4/1
Celtic 9/2

TO SCORE IN BOTH HALVES
Rangers 12/5
Celtic 3/1

TO KEEP A CLEAN SHEET
Rangers 15/8
Celtic 12/5

TO WIN TO NIL
Rangers 13/5
Celtic 7/2

WHO WILL RECEIVE THE FIRST CARD?
El Hadji Diouf 7/1
Scott Brown 7/1
Daniel Majstorovic 8/1
Lee McCulloch 8/1
Madjid Bougherra 9/1
Mark Wilson 9/1
Steven Naismith 9/1
Anthony Stokes 12/1
Kyle Lafferty 12/1
Steven Whittaker 12/1
Biram Kayal 14/1
David Weir 14/1
Georgios Samaras 14/1
Glenn Loovens 14/1
Charlie Mulgrew 16/1
Kyle Hutton 16/1
Nikica Jelavic 16/1
Sasa Papac 16/1
Fraser Forster 20/1
Jamie Ness 20/1
Kris Commons 20/1
Richard Foster 20/1
Steven Davis 20/1
Thomas Rogne 20/1
Daryl Murphy 25/1
David Healy 25/1
Efrain Juarez 25/1
Emilio Izaguirre 25/1
Gary Hooper 25/1
Greg Wylde 25/1
John Fleck 25/1
Ki Sung-Yueng 25/1
Maurice Edu 25/1
Niall McGinn 25/1
Paddy McCourt 25/1
Allan McGregor 33/1
Freddie Ljungberg 33/1
James Forrest 33/1
No Card 14/1

FIRST CARD
Rangers 23/20
No Card 14/1
Celtic 7/10

LAST CARD
Rangers 23/20
No Card 14/1
Celtic 7/10

RED CARD IN MATCH
Yes 6/4
No 1/2

CARD SHOWN – 1st To 15th MINUTE
Yes 9/4
No 1/3

SPL SPLIT SPECIALS

TOP 6

WHICH CLUB WILL GET MOST POINTS?
Rangers 5/4
Celtic 6/4
Hearts 5/1
Dundee Utd 10/1
Kilmarnock 20/1
Motherwell 20/1

TOP GOALSCORER
Nikica Jelavic 7/2
Gary Hooper 4/1
Anthony Stokes 11/2
Kyle Lafferty 6/1
Kris Commons 7/1
Steven Naismith 7/1
David Goodwillie 10/1
Rudi Skacel 16/1
Johnny Russell 20/1
Stephen Elliot 20/1
Jamie Murphy 25/1
John Sutton 25/1

BOTTOM 6

WHICH CLUB WILL GET MOST POINTS?
Hibernian 15/8
St Mirren 7/2
Aberdeen 9/2
Hamilton 11/2
Inverness 11/2
St Johnstone 6/1

TOP GOALSCORER
Derek Riordan 3/1
Michael Higdon 3/1
Chris Maguire 7/2
Adam Rooney 5/1
Scott Vernon 5/1
Colin Samuel 10/1
Nigel Hasselbaink 12/1

All prices are for the 5 remaining SPL matches post
split. The Inverness v Celtic match does NOT count as this is a rearranged match.

Further Information…Joe Crilly…07850 518 164

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Sunderland Favourites To Avenge Their Tyne/wear Humiliation

William Hill are offering 100/1 that Sunderland can reverse the 5-1 drubbing that they received at the hands of their bitter rivals, Newcastle, earlier in the season while Sunderland are 5/4 to win the game outright. Hills are offering 4/7 that Sunderland finish above Newcastle in the Premier League this year with Newcastle 5/4 to finish above Sunderland. Sunderland are 4/1 to qualify for Europe this year while Newcastle are 14/1 to do so. Darren Bent is 9/4 to outscore Andy Carroll on Saturday.

“Sunderland have been on an incredible run of form recently and they will be itching to set the record straight after the 5-1 thumping at the hands of their neighbours earlier in the season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “The odds suggest that come Sunday evening, it will be the Mackems that are celebrating.”

William Hill Sunderland/Newcastle Football Specials:

Sunderland vs. Newcastle Season Match Bet: 4/7 Sunderland; 5/4 Newcastle

Top Four Finish: 33/1 Sunderland; 50/1 Newcastle
Qualify For Europa League: 4/1 Sunderland; 14/1 Newcastle
Sunderland Finishing Position: 2/7 Top Half; 5/2 Bottom Half
Newcastle Finishing Position: 6/4 Top Half; 1/2 Bottom Half
Top/Bottom Half Doubles: 5/6 Sunderland Top/Newcastle Bottom; 6/1 Newcastle Top/Sunderland Bottom
Bent v Carroll Match Bet (who will score most on Saturday): 9/4 Darren Bent; 11/4 Andy Carroll; 4/5 Tie*
*BOTH MUST START FOR BETS TO STAND
HIGHEST SCORING MATCH
Chelsea v Blackburn 11/2
West Brom v Blackpool 6/1
West Ham v Arsenal 13/2
Man City v Wolves 7/1
Birmingham v Aston Villa 9/1
Sunderland v Newcastle 9/1
Liverpool v Everton 9/1
Tottenham v Man Utd 9/1
Stoke v Bolton 10/1
Wigan v Fulham 10/1

EW 1/5 1,2,3 DEAD HEAT RULES APPLY. ALL GAMES MUST GO AHEAD OR BETS VOID.

FASTEST SCORING TEAM
Chelsea 6/1
Man City 7/1
Arsenal 8/1
West Brom 12/1
Man Utd 12/1
Sunderland 14/1
Liverpool 14/1
Tottenham 14/1
Stoke 14/1
Birmingham 14/1
Aston Villa 14/1
Blackpool 14/1
Wigan 14/1
Everton 16/1
Fulham 16/1
Newcastle 16/1
Bolton 16/1
West Ham 18/1
Blackburn 20/1
Wolves 20/1

EW 1/4 1,2,3,4 DEAD HEAT RULES APPLY. ALL GAMES MUST GO AHEAD OR BETS VOID.

HIGHEST SCORING TEAM
Chelsea 4/1
Man City 5/1
West Brom 6/1
Arsenal 6/1
Man Utd 11/1
Sunderland 12/1
Blackpool 12/1
Stoke 14/1
Liverpool 14/1
Birmingham 16/1
Wigan 18/1
Tottenham 20/1
Aston Villa 20/1
Fulham 22/1
Everton 25/1
Newcastle 25/1
Bolton 25/1
West Ham 40/1
Wolves 50/1
Blackburn 50/1
EW 1/4 1,2,3,4 DEAD HEAT RULES APPLY. ALL GAMES MUST GO AHEAD OR BETS VOID.

RED CARDS

None 13/2
One 2/1
Two or more 1/2

ALL GAMES MUST GO AHEAD OR BETS VOID.

HAT-TRICK SCORED?

Yes 4/1
No 1/7

ALL GAMES MUST GO AHEAD OR BETS VOID.

TOTAL WEEKEND PREMIER LEAGUE GOALS
Under 27.5 – 5/6
Over 27.5 – 5/6
ALL GAMES MUST GO AHEAD OR BETS VOID.

HOW MANY RED CARDS IN THE THREE “DERBY” GAMES?
Under 2.5 – 5/6
Over 2.5 – 5/6

Villa vs Birmingham, Sunderland vs Newcastle & Liverpool vs Everton.

Further Information…Joe Crilly… 0208 918 3746 / 07850 518 164

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Goals Galore But Ancelotti 7/1 To Go After Zilina Game

Goals Galore But Ancelotti 7/1 To Go After Zilina Game

Chelsea and Arsenal are representing Britain in Tuesday’s Champion’s League ties and William Hill are offering 4/9 that the Blues outscore the Gunners . Arsenal are 16/5 to score more than Chelsea while it is 4/1 to be a tie. Chelsea are playing Zilina, while Arsenal are playing Braga and the pair hit a total of 10 goals in the corresponding fixtures. Arsenal are 33/1 to go one better than the six they hit past the Portuguese and score seven. Chelsea are 11/4 to knock five past Zilina following their 4-1 victory in September.

Arsenal threw away victory against Tottenham on Saturday and Hills are offering 33/1 that they lead at half-time against Braga, but go on to lose the game.

With speculation about Carlo Ancelotti’s future at Chelsea reaching fever pitch on Sunday evening, Hills are quoting 7/1 that the Zilina game is his last in charge.

“When Arsenal and Chelsea play at their best, they can score for fun. The odds suggest that both sides can put a disappointing weekend behind them and get a couple of Champion’s League goals each,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Despite their poor showing recently in the Premier League, Chelsea are the 6/4 favourites to progress the furthest of all the British teams in the Champion’s league, followed by 15/8 Manchester United.

Spanish Giants Barcelona and Real Madrid are 11/4 and 7/2 respectively to win the competition.

William Hill Champion’s League Odds:

Outright: 11/4 Barcelona; 7/1 Real Madrid; 4/1 Chelsea; 8/1 Man Utd; 10/1 Arsenal; 14/1 Inter Milan; 14/1 Bayern Munich; 25/1 Tottenham; 25/1 AC Milan; 33/1 BAR

British Team To Go The Furthest: 6/4 Chelsea; 15/8 Man Utd; 10/3 Arsenal; 6/1 Tottenham; 33/1 Rangers

Arsenal/Chelsea To Score Most: 4/9 Chelsea; 16/5 Arsenal; 4/1 Tie

Arsenal HT/Braga FT: 33/1

33/1 Arsenal score 7 or more
11/4 Chelsea score 5 or more

7/1 Ancelotti last game in charge is against Zilina

Further Information…Joe Crilly…07850 518 164

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S P L Specials

SPL Specials 13th November
The record number of Hat-tricks in an SPL season was 11 in the
opening season of 1998/99. Already this season there have been 6.
7 or more was priced up at 8/1 only 2 months ago

How many hat-tricks will there be in the SPL this season?
Six14/1
Seven9/1
Eight6/1
Nine3/1
Ten11/4
Eleven7/2
Twelve or more11/2

Which Side will Score the most Hat-tricks this season?
Celtic (2)EVS
Rangers (1)11/4
Hearts (1)10/1
Motherwell (1)10/1
Aberdeen (1)14/1
Dundee Utd16/1
Kilmarnock16/1
Hibernian20/1
St Mirren33/1
St Johnstone40/1
Hamilton50/1
Inverness50/1
Current Totals in Brackets Dead Heat Rules Apply

Of the Six who have scored a Hat-trick will one of them be next
to score another?
Who will be next to Score a Hat-trick in the SPL?
Anthony Stokes9/2
Gary Hooper9/2
Kenny Miller9/2
Nick Blackman10/1
Rudi Skacel16/1
Paul Hartley20/1
Any Other Player6/4
No More Hatricks14/1

How many Hat-tricks will be scored this weekend in the SPL?
None1/3
One3/1
Two8/1
Three or more25/1

Will there be a Hat-trick in these games this weekend?YES
Rangers v Aberdeen13/2
St Mirren v Celtic15/2
Dundee Utd v Kilmarnock14/1
Hamilton v Inverness16/1
Hibernian v Motherwell16/1
St Johnstone v Hearts16/1

Rangers v Aberdeen
Aberdeens visit to Glasgow last weekend saw them concede
9 Goals at Parkhead
Rangers to win 9-0300/1
Exactly 9 goals in match33/1
Rangers -514/1
Rangers -413/2
Rangers -314/5
Rangers -2 7/5
Rangers -11/2

The Rangers Number 9 is Kenny Miller
Kenny Miller to score4/7
Kenny Miller to score first5/2
Kenny Miller to score 2 or more5/2
Kenny Miller to score a Hat-trick12/1
Kenny Miller to score first and Rangers to win11/4
Kenny Miller to score anytime and Rangers to win7/10

Two players Scored Hat-tricks v Aberdeen last week
Any TWO players to score a Hat-trick v Aberdeen150/1

Aberdeen are favourites to be bottom of the SPL this weekend
Who will be bottom of SPL on Sunday Evening?
Aberdeen 4/5
Hamilton5/4
St Mirren12/1
St Johnstone20/1
Hibernian25/1

Will the Old Firm both lose this weekend?
Aberdeen and St Mirren to Win95/1
Aberdeen (+1) and St Mirren (+1)14/1
Aberdeen (+2) and St Mirren (+2)3/1

Gary Hooper and Anthony Stokes both scored Hat-tricks
last weekend.
Gary Hooper to score a Hat-trick16/1
Anthony Stokes to score a Hat-trick16/1
Any Celtic Player to Score a Hat-trick15/2
Celtic to be awarded a Penalty7/2
Celtic to be awarded a Penalty and Score5/1
Celtic to be awarded a Penalty and Miss16/1

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Weekend S P L Specials

*************************************William Hill WEEKEND SPL ODDS SPECIALS***************************************

William HillTo Win the SPL
Celtic 8/13
Rangers 6/5
Hibernian 33/1
Dundee Utd 40/1
Aberdeen 100/1

Hills…Will there be a Non Old Firm Winner of the SPL?
YES 12/1
NO 1/50

Hills: To win SPL w/o Old Firm
Dundee Utd 6/4
Hibernian 6/4
Aberdeen 6/1
Motherwell 7/1
Hearts 10/1
St Mirren 80/1
Kilmarnock 100/1
St Johnstone 100/1

To Finish Bottom
Falkirk 6/4
Hamilton 15/8
St Johnstone 9/2
Kilmarnock 7/1
St Mirren 9/1

Who will be the First SPL Manager to go?
Eddie May 11/4
Craig Levein 4/1
Csaba Laszlo 4/1
Walter Smith 6/1
Jim Jeffries 13/2
Mark McGhee 16/1
Tony Mowbray 16/1
Billy Reid 25/1
Gus McPherson 25/1
Jim Gannon 25/1
Derek McInnes 40/1
John Hughes 50/1
No Manager to Leave during season 12/1

Who Will be top of SPL on Sunday Evening?
Celtic 2/7
Rangers 7/2
Hibernian 7/1

Who will be Bottom of the SPL on Sunday Evening?
Falkirk 1/6
Kilmarnock 4/1
Hamilton 14/1

How many goals will be scored in the SPL this weekend?
Under 8 16/1
8 – 11 6/1
12 – 15 11/8
16 – 19 11/10
20 or more 16/1

Celtic v Aberdeen

Handicap Odds
Celtic (-2) 5/2
Tie 7/2
Aberdeen (+2) 8/13

Super Samaras
Georgios Samaras has scored in last 3 games at Parkhead
Georgios Samaras to Score EVS
Georgios Samaras to Score First 4/1
Georgios Samaras to score a Hatrick 25/1
Georgios Samaras to score first and Celtic to win 5/1
Georgios Samaras to score at anytime and Celtic to win 5/4

Georgios Samaras to Score in Next 3 fixtures at Parkhead 15/2
(Aberdeen, Hamilton and Rangers)
Samaras must play at least 45 minutes in each match

Falkirk v Rangers

Handicap Odds
Falkirk (+2) 1/2
Tie 7/2
Rangers (-2) 16/5

Rangers have only scored 4 goals away from home in the SPL
How many goals will Rangers score?
None 5/1
One 23/10
Two 11/5
Three 18/5
Four or more 9/2
Further information……graham sharpe….0208 918 3731

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