Quarter Final Chaos: William Hill Specials

The last two quarter finals are to be played over the weekend as the top two from Groups C and D come head to head. Spain are 4/5 for a 90 minute victory over Group D runners up France whilst England and Italy cannot be separated at 9/5 each in 90 minutes and 10/11 each for qualification.

Spain have been dominant in possession in this tournament and face a France team who’s confidence may well be in tatters after the final group game defeat to Sweden. Spain are 11/4 to have 71% or more of the possession with William Hill. It is 6/4 they have between 61% and 70%, 5/4 that they have 51%-60% and 6/1 that they lose their touch and have under 50% of the ball.

Fernando Torres has filled the striker’s role in the last two matches for Spain but Cesc Fabregas started the first game in an advanced position and has two goals to his name. William Hill are betting on specials if he were to come from the bench. He is 2/1 to come off the bench and score, 9/2 to come off the bench and be booked and 33/1 he gets a red card after coming on.

France are a big price at 2/1 to qualify considering they were highly fancied at the beginning of the tournament. Mexes is banned so Koscielny comes in. The 90 minutes draw is 23/10 with the game 11/2 to go to penalties.

England play Italy in the final game of the last eight on Sunday and Wiliam Hill are finding it difficult to split them. With both camps talking about penalties it seems as though that could is the way Hill’s are heading too. It is 19/10 for the draw and 9/2 for the match to go to penalties.

Steven Gerrard and James Milner are 9/2 favourites to be the first England player’s to miss from the spot if they get to penalty shoot outs. John Terry is 6/1 after a famous miss in Moscow in 2008.

There has been a lot of coverage over Mario Balotelli leading up to this encounter and the stormy Italian has provoked some specials from William Hill.

If he is to start he is 4/6 to be substituted before anything else. He is 5/2 to be booked ahead of 3/1 to finish the match and 10/3 to score. The Manchester City striker is 25/1 to be sent off.

He is also 11/4 to score more goals than Wayne Rooney in the game, it is 8/13 they score the same amount and 5/2 that Rooney wins that battle of the Manchester based strikers.
Match Result (To Qualify): 4/5 Spain (4/11), 23/10 Draw, 4/1 France (2/1)
11/2 Match to go to penalties
Cesc Fabregas Specials:
What Will Happen First? (Bets void if Fabregas Starts)
2/1 Come off the bench and score
9/2 Come off the bench and receive a yellow card
33/1 Come off the bench and be sent off
Spain possession Vs France
6/1 Under 50%
5/4 51-60%
6/4 61-70%
11/4 71+%
Match Result (To Qualify): 9/5 England (10/11), 19/10 Draw, 9/5 Italy (10/11)
Mario Balotelli Specials:
What Will Balotelli do first? (Bets void if Balotelli doesn’t start)
4/6 To be substituted
5/2 To be Booked
3/1 Finish the Match
10/3 Score
25/1 Be sent Off
Rooney Vs Balotelli Goals Match Bet? (Both players must start or bets Void)
5/2 Rooney
8/13 Tie
11/4 Balotelli
First England player to miss a penalty in a penalty shootout: (Bets are void if a penalty shootout does not take place with England involved in the rest of the tournament.)
9/2 Steven Gerrard, 9/2 James Milner, 5/1 Wayne Rooney, 6/1 John Terry, 6/1 Any Other, 7/1 Ashley Cole, 7/1 Andy Carroll, 8/1 Ashley Young, 9/1 Scott Parker, 10/ Danny Welbeck, 12/1 Theo Walcott, 14/1 Joleon Lescott, 20/1 Joe Hart
9/2 Match to go to penalties

Further Information
Mark Young
PR Assistant, William Hill
Email: myoung@williamhill.co.uk
Phone: 02089183981

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Reliable From The Spot? Not Gerrard And Milner

With penalties a hot topic going into the knockout stages of Euro 2012 William Hill are betting on who will be the first England player to miss one in a dreaded shootout. Steven Gerrard and James Milner are both 9/2.

Manchester United penalty taker Wayne Rooney is 5/1 with John Terry, who missed a penalty in the Champions League final in 2008 at 6/1. Ashley Cole scored a magnificent penalty in Chelsea’s shootout win against Bayern Munich and is a 7/1 chance to miss first, as is Liverpool forward Andy Carroll.

Joe Hart has taken a few penalties in his time and has said he would step up in the first five if called upon. The confident stopper is 20/1 to be the first player to miss. He scored penalties for the Under 21’s against Sweden in 2009 and in a friendly for Manchester City against LA Galaxy last year.

“The captain and Milner are favourites to miss first but they have been good takers at club level in the past, Milner more so at Villa but we believe that the pressure of taking a must score penalty could get to one or two of these lions as nerves have definitely hit in years gone by,” said Hill’s spokesman Mark Young.

First England player to miss a penalty in a penalty shootout:

9/2 Steven Gerrard, 9/2 James Milner, 5/1 Wayne Rooney, 6/1 John Terry, 6/1 Any Other, 7/1 Ashley Cole, 7/1 Andy Carroll, 8/1 Ashley Young, 9/1 Scott Parker, 10/ Danny Welbeck, 12/1 Theo Walcott, 14/1 Joleon Lescott, 20/1 Joe Hart

*Bets are void if a penalty shootout does not take place with England involved in the rest of the tournament.

Further Information
Mark Young
PR Assistant, William Hill
Email: myoung@williamhill.co.uk
Phone: 02089183981

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England Defensive? 12/1 To Be Tournament’s Top Scorers

William Hill have almost £1 million liabilities on England winning the Euros and after Friday’s thrilling victory over Sweden, look like they will at least qualify for the quarter finals – meaning that by the time they kick off against Ukraine, that liability could well be into seven figures. England are 2/7 to qualify from Group D and 2/1 to win the group. The Three Lions are 10/1 to win the tournament.

After their one goal apiece against Sweden Danny Welbeck and Andy Carroll are both 3/1 to be England’s leading scorers at the Euros, while with four goals already, England are 12/1 to be the tournament’s leading scorers. Wayne Rooney is 1/20 to return against the Ukraine and Hills make his 2/1 that he scores one goal, 10/1 two and 33/1 three or more.

“England threw off the defensive shackles that Roy Hodgson’s sides have shown in the past and the last 20 minutes showed that England can attack with the best and we think they could now prove a few people wrong (including Laurent Blanc) and be the tournament’s top scorers,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Despite the victory, John Terry did not have his best game in an England shirt and he is 9/2 to fail to start against Ukraine while James Milner is 9/4 to be dropped to the bench.

England top goalscorer: 3/1 Danny Welbeck; 3/1 Andy Carroll; 11/2 Theo Walcott; 6/1 Wayne Rooney; 10/1 Joleon Lescott; 10/1 Ashley Young; 14/1 BAR

Match odds: 23/20 England; 5/2 Ukraine; 11/5 Draw

To start vs Ukraine: 5/6 Carroll; 5/6 Welbeck; 1/20 Rooney

How many will Rooney score vs Ukraine: 2/5 none; 2/1 exactly one; 10/1 exactly two; 33/1 three or more

John Terry to start vs Ukraine: 1/8 yes; 9/2 no

James Milner to start vs Ukraine: 1/3 yes; 9/4 no

Group D winner: 8/15 France; 2/1 England; 6/1 Ukraine

To qualify from Group D (not to): 1/200 France (25/1); 2/7 England (5/2); 5/2 Ukraine (2/7)

England to be the highest scoring team in the tournament: 12/1

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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Bookies In A Spin: As Punters Splash The Cash On Spain Winning Euro 2012

William Hill have seen considerable support for Spain today after offering a standout 3/1 that they will win Euro 2012. Germany are currently the joint favourites at 3/1, with Holland 13/2 and England 10/1 shots.

“The 3/1 for Spain has proved extremely popular with all our customers and we will try to hold the offer for as long as possible,” said Hill’s spokesman Rupert Adams.

William Hill Euro 2012 Latest Prices: 3/1 Spain, 3/1 Germany, 13/2 Holland, 10/1 England, 10/1 France, 14/1 Italy, 20/1 Portugal, 20/1 Russia, 50/1 Ukraine, 50/1 Poland, 50/1 Chez Republic, 50/1 Croatia, 66/1 Sweden, 66/1 Greece, 80/1 Rep Of Ireland, 100/1 Denmark

England Top Tournament Scorer: 6/1 Wayne Rooney, 6/1 Steven Gerrard, 6/1 Danny Wellbeck, 13/2 Ashley Young, 7/1 Andy Carroll, 9/1 Theo Walcott, 10/1 Jermain Defoe, 12/1 Frank Lampard, 20/1 No Goalscorer, 25/1 James Milner, 25/1 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 28/1 John Terry, 33/1 Gary Cahill, 33/1 Stewart Downing, 40/1 Scott Parker, 50/1 Phil Jones, 66/1 Glen Johnson, 66/1 Ashley Cole, 66/1 Leighton Baines, 66/1 Joleon Lescott, 100/1 Phil Jagielka

Rupert Adams
Media Relations

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William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
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Uncapped England Stars Backed To Grab Caps…goal-line Technology Just 2/1 For Next Season

James Milner and Joleon Lescott took the press conference today and while Lescott looks certain to start, James Milner looks less likely, with William Hill making him 4/9 to start the match on the bench (13/8 to start match on pitch). With Roy Hodgson confirming that Wayne Rooney will not be taking part in any of the game on Saturday, Hills are betting on who will start up front and with Danny Welbeck suffering with a slight injury, Hills make Andy Carroll 1/6 to lead the line, while Jermain Defoe is 6/4 to do so.

There will be three uncapped players who will be hoping to make an impact in Norway (Martin Kelly, John Ruddy and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain) and Hills offer 2/1 that all three win their first caps while 10/1 is offered that none of them do.

It has been confirmed that goal-line technology will be used for England’s home game against Belgium on the 2nd June and William Hill are offering 2/1 (from an original 6/1) that it is introduced into the Premier League by the start of next season (it is 4/11 for it to not be in place).

“The move towards getting goal-line technology appears to be gathering momentum and we are now the shortest price ever for it to be introduced next season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

James Milner to start vs Norway: 4/9 no; 13/8 yes

Start up front:
Carroll: 1/6 yes; 7/2 no
Defoe: 6/4 yes; 1/2 no

Uncapped players to earn a cap vs Norway (Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kelly, Ruddy): 10/1 none; 2/1 one; 8/13 two; 2/1 three

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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Media Relations Director.

Twitter- @sharpeangle

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M: 07803 233702
E: gsharpe@williamhill.co.uk

William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,

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Pearce’s “old” Boys Could Feature In Future If He Gets Permanent Role

Stuart Pearce allowed Stewart Downing to take the Press Conference for England today and William Hill make the Liverpool winger 33/1 to be England’s captain for their first Euro 2012 game (the same price as Rio Ferdinand). James Milner holds the record for most under 21 appearances, many of which were under Pearce and he is 14/1 to be given the captain’s armband for the France game. Steven Gerrard is the 10/11 favourite although there is a suggestion that should Pearce be in charge at the Euros, he will turn to a number of his U21 stalwarts. Micah Richards is 5/2 to start England’s first game of the tournament, with Kyle Walker 7/4, Danny Welbeck 4/6 and Daniel Sturridge 8/11.

“Pearce knows a lot of these players from his U21 days and he certainly would not have called them up if he thought they would not be up to task,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Frazier Campbell has impressed since returning to action following a year on the touchline and he could mark his miraculous return to form with an England cap. William Hill make him 1/4 to make any form of appearance on Wednesday (11/4 to remain unused).

The match against Holland will be a good test for England against a side who must be confident of reaching the latter stages of the Euros and Hills are offering 12/1 that they meet in the tournament and England qualify.

England Captain for Euro 2012 game vs France: 10/11 Steven Gerrard; 7/4 Scott Parker; 11/2 Joe Hart; 10/1 Frank Lampard; 14/1 Gareth Barry; 14/1 James Milner; 20/1 Ashley Cole; 33/1 Rio Ferdinand; 33/1 Stewart Downing

England vs Holland goal scorer match bet: 10/3 Daniel Sturridge; 10/3 Danny Welbeck; 4/7 tie
*both must start or bets void

Frazier Campbell to make his debut: 1/4 yes; 11/4 no
*Debut counts as minutes played, even as a substitute

To start for England vs France at Euro 2012:

Micah Richards: 5/2 yes; 2/7 no
Glen Johnson: 8/11 yes; 1/1 no
Danny Welbeck: 4/6 yes; 11/10 no
Daniel Sturridge: 8/11 yes; 1/1 no
Kyle Walker: 7/4 yes; 2/5 no

Next permanent England manager: 4/9 Harry Redknapp; 6/1 Stuart Pearce; 7/1 Pep Guardiola; 11/1 Guus Hiddink; 12/1 BAR

FA Trophy: Luton Favs As They Draw Bogey Team

Despite drawing bogey side, York, Luton are the 6/4 favourites to win the FA Trophy, with William Hill making York and Newport 9/4 shots with Wealdstone 8/1 outsiders. Hills think that the final will be contested by Luton and Newport County, offering odds of 5/4 that these two line up at Wembley on the 20th May.

FA Trophy Winner: 6/4 Luton; 9/4 York; 9/4 Newport; 8/1 Wealdstone

FA Trophy – Nominate the finalist: 5/4 Luton/Newport County; 13/8 York/Newport County; 5/1 Luton/Wealdstone; 6/1 York/Wealdstone

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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5/1 Three Or More England Scorers Against Montenegro……5/6 Lampard To Start

5/1 THREE OR MORE ENGLAND SCORERS AGAINST MONTENEGRO……5/6 LAMPARD TO START

William Hill offer 5/1 that three or more England players will score against Monenegro. England are 23/10 to win the game by 1 goal; 15/4 by two; 17/2 by three; 16/1 by four or more.

England are 2/1 to score in both halves.

England are 17/20 to keep a clean sheet and 8/5 to win to nil.

12/5 goal scored in first 15mins of game.

90minute odds…..4/1 Montenegro; 5/2 draw; 8/11 England

ROONEY is Evens to score at any time with Hills, 4/1 to score the first goal of the game; Bent and Carroll are both 6/4 and 11/2 respectively to do likewise.

To Start Against Montenegro:
Andy Carroll – 5/2 Yes, 2/7 No.
James Milner – 7/4 Yes, 2/5 No.
Adam Johnson – 2/1 Yes, 4/11 No.
Phil Jagielka – 6/4 Yes, 1/2 No.
Stewart Downing – 8/11 Yes, Evens No.
Theo Walcott – Evens Yes, 8/11 No.
Frank Lamapard – 5/6 Yes, 5/6 No.
Gary Cahill – 2/5 Yes, 7/4 No.

Total England Goals v Montenegro:
3/1 – none
17/10 – one
23/10 – two
5/1 – three
10/1 – four or more

ENGLAND are 1/200 to qualify for the Euro 2012 Finals with Hills who go 25/1 that they miss out.

ENGLAND ARE 40/1 WITH Hills TO WIN EURO 2012 BY WINNING EVERY ONE OF THEIR REMAINING GAMES IN 90MINS PLAY. England are 8/11 to win in Montenegro with Hills, who make the home side 4/1 and the draw 5/2.

ENGLAND are 17/5 to WIN both halves, Montenegro 16/; England 15/2 to come from behind to win the game, Montenegro 16/1

Hills…TO WIN EURO 2012….3/1 Spain; 4/1 Germany; 9/2 Holland; 9/1 England; 9/1 Italy; 10/1 France; 16/1 Portugal. Others on request.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

T: 020 8918 3731
M: 07803 233702
E: gsharpe@williamhill.co.uk
Twitter – @sharpeangle

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Tevez Who? Aguero Backed For City Golden Boot

Manchester City have certainly got a plethora of attacking options, but William Hill punters can only see one winner in the race to be their leading scorer. Sergio Aguero has been backed in from 7/4 all the way to 5/6. Carlos Tevez is 2/1 while Mario Balotelli is 4/1. Hills are also offering a number of specials regarding Mario Balotelli and offer j4/1 that he gets suspended by the club at any point during the season and 11/4 that he earns two or more red cards during the season.

“The fans got to have their first real look at some of City’s recent signings at the open training session and the odds suggest that the new faces will help propel them to even more success,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Meanwhile across the city, Hills are offering 6/4 that Wesley Sneijder joins United from Inter Milan following continued interest from Sir Alex Ferguson.

Sergio Aguero to join Manchester United before the end of the summer transfer window: 6/4 yes; 1/2 no

Top Manchester City goal scorer: 5/6 Sergio Aguro; 2/1 Carlos Tevez; 4/1 Mario Balotelli; 8/1 Edin Dzeko; 14/1 David Silva; 14/1 Yaya Toure; 25/1 James Milner; 33/1 Adam Johnson

Mario Balotelli Specials:

To be suspended by City: 1/7 no; 4/1 yes

League Starts: 7/4 12 or less; 3/1 13-16; 7/2 17-20; 9/4 21 or more

League goals: 5/4 6 or less; 11/5 7-10; 7/4 11 or more

League red cards: 1/2 none; 4/1 one; 11/4 two or more

Manchester City finishing position: 8/13 1st or 2nd; 11/4 3rd; 4/1 4th; 7/2 5th-10th; 33/1 11th-17th; 1000/1 relegated

Manchester City Multiples: 1/3 No trophies; 20/1 Premier League and FA Cup; 20/1 Premier League and Carling Cup; 25/1 Premier League and Champions League; 28/1 FA Cup and Carling Cup; 40/1 Carling Cup and Champions League; 40/1 FA Cup and Champions League; 100/1 Premier League, FA Cup and Carling Cup; 125/1 Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League; 125/1 Premier League, Carling Cup and Champions League; 150/1` FA Cup, Carling Cup and Champions League; 500/1 Premier League, FA Cup, Carling Cup and Champions League

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

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: Capello To Ring The Changes In Time For Swiss Visit

England drew with Ghana and William Hill think that Fabio Capello may ring in the changes, offering 33/1 that he sticks with 10 or 11 of tonight’s starting XI for the match against Switzerland. He is Even money to keep between none and three. The midfield three consisted of Gareth Barry, James Milner and Jack Wilshere and Hills think that Milner will start the most games out of the three, offering him at 5/4, followed by Jack Wishere at 11/8. Andy Carroll scored his first England game and he is Even money to start the game against Switzerland.

“The match was thoroughly entertaining, although Capello will have wanted a win and the odds suggest that he will bring in a fair few changes by the time their next fixture comes around,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Following their last gasp equaliser, Ghana are 11/2 to win the African Cup of Nations.

William Hill Football Odds:

How many of tonight’s starting XI will start the game against Switzerland?
0-3 EVS
4-6 11/10
7-9 11/2
10-11 33/1

Where will Gary Cahill be on the first game of next premier league season?

Arsenal 6/4
Bolton 9/4
Liverpool 4/1
Bayern Munich 5/1
Chelsea 10/1
Man Utd 14/1

Others on request.

Will Joe Hart win more caps than Peter Shilton?
1/10 No 11/2 Yes

Who will start more of England’s 4 remaining games in qualifying: Barry, Wilshere, Milner?

Milner 5/4
Wilshere 11/8
Barry 3/1

Ghana price for African Cup of Nations
11/2

Andy Carroll to start against Switzerland:
8/11 No; 1/1 Yes

Further Information…Joe Crilly…07850 518 164

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