Chelsea fantastically drew with Barcelona with ten men and William Hill make the Blues 7/4 to lift the trophy. With John Terry getting sent off and going 2-0 down, the Blues were as long as 20/1 to qualify from the tie. The mastermind behind the victory, Roberto Di Matteo, is in to 10/11 from 7/4 to become the next permanent Chelsea boss.
Chelsea are 7/2 to win both the Champions League and the FA Cup.
A fantastic turnaround from Chelsea and Di Matteo has been backed in from 7/4 to 10/11 in the space of 15 minutes since Torres scored the equaliser, said Hills spokesman Joe Crilly.
Bolton got a vital victory at the bottom of the table and William Hill make them 1/2 to avoid relegation (6/4 to go down). Villa, on the other hand, have been dragged into the relegation dogfight and they are 6/1 to go down.
When will English team win the Champions League: 7/4 2012; 11/2 2013; 7/1 2014; 10/1 2015; 11/1 2016; 7/4 no English CL win before 2017
Champions League Outright: 5/4 Real Madrid; 7/4 Chelsea; 9/4 Bayern Munich
10/11 Roberto Di Matteo to be named as the next permanent Chelsea manager
To finish 19th in Premier League: 6/5 Blackburn; 3/1 QPR; 7/2 Bolton; 8/1 Wigan; 12/1 Aston Villa
Premier League Relegation trebles: 13/8 Wolves/Blackburn/QPR; 15/8 Wolves/Bolton/Blackburn; 7/2 Wolves/Wigan/Blackburn; 9/2 Wolves/QPR/ Bolton; 8/1 Wolves/Wigan/QPR; 9/1 Wolves/Wigan/Bolton
Premier League relegation: 1/6 Blackburn (7/2 to stay up); 5/4 QPR (4/7); 6/4 Bolton (1/2); 6/1 Aston Villa (1/12)
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