Manchester City V Manchester Utd Betting Tips

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… […]

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Aston Villa v Liverpool Betting Tips

The Televised Game Of Weekend   Premier League – Aston Villa v Liverpool    live on Sky Sports at 4:00pm on Sunday 31st March    Game of the weekend this week comes from Villa Park when Aston villa search for precious points to ease relegation worries against Champions league outsiders Liverpool.   Firstly, here are […]

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Premiership: Fergie Failure: When Will Rvp Hit Back Of Net?

Following a disappointing result for Manchester United, Manchester City have been trimmed from 13/10 to 6/5 to win the Premiership title. Hills now offer even money that Manchester United will not top the Premiership table in 2012 and although it is 4/5 that Van Persie breaks his duck at the weekend, it is 7/2 he fails to hit the back of the net in the next four fixtures.

“Tonight was a great result for the bookies and Sir Alex & RVP will need to raise their game if they are to win back their title,” said Hill’s spokesman Rupert Adams.

Will Manchester United Top The Premiership Table Before Dec 31st?: 8/11 Yes, 1/1 No

When Will Robin Van Persie Score His First Man Utd Goal?: 4/5 Fulham, 3/1 Southampton, 9/2 Wigan, 10/1 Liverpool, 7/2 None of these Four

William Hill Premiership Winner: 6/5 Man city, 9/4 Man Utd, 9/2 Chelsea, 16/1 Arsenal, 25/1 Liverpool, 25/1 Tottenham, 125/1 Newcastle, 250/1 Everton, 750/1 Sunderland, 1500/1 Fulham, 2000/1 Villa, 2500/1 Bar

William Hill Premiership Top Goalscorer: 7/1 Tevez, 7/1 Rooney, 8/1 Van Persie, 8/1 Torres, 9/1 Aguero, 14/1 Balotelli, 18/1 Suarez, 20/1 Ba, 20/1 Hernandez, 20/1 Cisse, 25/1 D Bent, 25/1 Dzeko, 25/1 Podolski, 25/1 Michu, 25/1 Petric, 25/1 Jelavic, 25/1 Giroud, 33/1 Sturridge, 33/1 Welbeck, 33/1 Adebayor, 33/1 Borini, 33/1 Defoe, 40/1 Bar

Rupert Adams
Media Relations

T: 020 8918 3858
M: 0784 1011 584
William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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Arsenal Put Up Fight But Fall Short…chelsea Ease Into Last Eight Of Fa Cup

Arsenal fought bravely but fell just short as they aimed to conquer the mountain that was a four goal deficit against AC Milan. Before the game, William Hill punters piled into Arsenal – to win the match (23/20), to qualify (20/1) and to win 5-0 (125/1), all amounting to liabilities of well over £1 million.

“As Van Persie’s penalty hit the back of the net, I have to say we were torn,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “It would have been fantastic to have witnessed such an epic comeback, but at the same time, we would have been on the receiving end of a seven figure walloping.”

Hills think that Arsene Wenger’s side showed such guts to get back to 4-3 and Hills think that they could well ride the crest of such a good performance, offering 8/15 that they finish in the top four of the Premier League, to continue their rich tradition in the Champions League. Alex Oxlade Chamberlain ran himself to a standstill during the game and William Hill are offering 5/4 that he makes it into the England squad for the European Championships.

Progression in the Champions League would have been the only thing to keep alive Arsenal’s hopes of ending their six year drought without a trophy, but Hills think that they could make up for that, offering 2/1 that they win at least one piece of silverware next season.

For the first time, Robin van Persie has moved to odds on (8/11) that he is no longer at Arsenal on the first day of next season (he is even money to still be there).

Wenger 1st day of next season: 2/5 yes 7/4 no
Van Persie 1st day of next season: EVES yes 8/11 No
Arsenal to win a trophy in 2012/13: 2/1
(Only Prem, FA Cup, Carling Cup, Champions League/Europa League count)
Alex Oxlade Chamberlain to make the England Euro 2012 squad: 4/7 no; 5/4 yes


Chelsea eased through to the quarter finals of the FA Cup despite a tricky first half under Roberto Di Matteo and William Hill make them 11/4 to win the cup behind 5/2 joint favourites Liverpool and Tottenham. Fernando Torres endured yet another tricky match and Hills make him 11/8 to have left the club before the start of next season.

FA Cup Outright:
Liverpool 5/2
Tottenham 5/2
Chelsea 11/4
Everton 6/1
Sunderland 9/1
Stoke 16/1
Bolton 28/1
Leicester 66/1
Stevenage 150/1

EW 1/3 1-2

Chelsea FA Cup stage of elimination:
Quarter final 4/1
Semi Final 11/8
Runner Up 10/3
Winner 11/4

Di Matteo Chelsea manager for the last premier league game of the season: 1/50 yes 12/1 no

Torres a Chelsea player on the 1st day of the next premier league season: 8/15 Yes 11/8 No

Premier League top four: 1/16 Spurs; 8/15 Arsenal; 13/8 Chelsea; 5/1 Liverpool; 12/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164

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

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