Every Premier League side playing scored this weekend, the second time that it has happened this season and cost William Hill over £1 million. A quarter of all football coupon bets every weekend are placed on Both Teams To Score coupon, which is still in its relative infancy, having only been introduced at the start of the 2009/10 season. Earlier this year, Hills were hit for another seven figure sum when every Premier League team scored.
At the start of this season, the Both Teams To Score coupon accounted for around 10% of our football coupon turnover, since then, however, it has grown to around 25% of revenue, said Hills spokesman Joe Crilly, helped, no doubt, by the fact that the bet runs for the full 90 minutes of the match if you back both sides to score.
This Weekends Both Teams To Score:
Blackburn / Manchester United: 8/11 Yes; 1/1 No
Sunderland / Wolves: 10/11 Yes; 10/11 No
West Brom / Everton: 4/6 Yes; 11/10 No
Blackpool / Bolton: 1/2 Yes; 6/4 No
Chelsea / Newcastle: 1/1 Yes; 8/11 No
Arsenal / Aston Villa: 10/11 Yes; 10/11 No
Liverpool / Tottenham: 8/11 Yes; 1/1 No
Birmingham / Fulham: 1/1 Yes; 8/11 No
Wigan / West Ham: 13/20 Yes; 23/20 No
Manchester City / Stoke: 1/1 Yes; 8/11 No
Zola Cut To Be Next Chelsea Manager!
Gianfranco Zola has been cut from 25/1 to 16/1 with Hills to become Chelseas next permanent manager following the news that he is being lined up as a coach by the Stamford Bridge outfit. Carlo Ancelotti is now 8/13 to have been relieved of his duties at Chelsea and Guus Hiddink is 5/2 favourite to take over with Jose Mourinho the 11/4 second favourite.
A few years back, Gianfranco Zola was voted Chelseas best ever player, it now seems as if he could follow that up by becoming manager, said Hills spokesman Joe Crilly.
Next Permanent Chelsea Manager: 5/2 Guus Hiddink; 11/4 Jose Mourinho; 5/1 Pep Guardiola; 8/1 Andre Villas Boas; 10/1 Didier Deschamps; 12/1 Martin ONeill; 14/1 Frank Rijkaard; 14/1 Jurgen Klinsmann; 14/1 Marco van Basten; 16/1 David Moyes; 16/1 Gianfranco Zola; 16/1 Harry Redknapp; 16/1 Rafael Benitez; 20/1 BAR
Spurs / Man City:
Hills are expecting a goal fest, when Spurs take on Manchester City in a game which looks set to decide the final Champions League spot. It is 4/1 for four or more goals to be scored during the match, in which City are the 19/20 favourites. Spurs are 3/1 while the draw is 23/10. Mario Balotelli is 5/1 to open the scoring, while Edin Dzeko is 11/2. Hills are 7/10 that both teams score during the game.
Manchester City / Spurs Odds:
Outright: 19/20 Manchester City; 3/1 Tottenham; 23/10 Draw
4/1 Four or more goals to be scored during the game
Both teams to score: 7/10 Yes; 21/20 No
TO WIN SPL
TO FINISH BOTTOM
St Mirren 11/2
HOW WILL TITLE BE WON?
Rangers By 7 points 50/1
Rangers By 6 Points 40/1
Rangers By 5 points 16/1
Rangers By 4 points 8/1
Rangers By 3 Points 4/1
Rangers By 2 Points 10/1
Rangers By 1 Point 11/8
Rangers on Goal Difference 20/1
Celtic By 5 Points 150/1
Celtic Bt 4 Points 40/1
Celtic By 3 Points 20/1
Celtic By 2 Points 8/1
Celtic By 1 Point 4/1
Celtic on Goal Difference 16/1
Rangers To win Last 2 Matches 4/9
Celtic to win last 2 matches 8/13
Both to win last 2 matches 11/8
How many Goals will Rangers score
in their final 2 games?
Under 5.5 5/6
Over 5.5 5/6
How many Goals will Celtic score in
their final 2 games?
Under 5.5 4/6
Over 5.5 11/10
Who Will Score the most in final 2 games?
SFL PLAY OFFS
FIRST DIVISION OUTRIGHT
Ayr Utd 13/5
SECOND DIVISION OUTRIGHT
Queens Park 11/4
Further Information…Joe Crilly…0208 918 3746