Hill have opened a book on how many games controversial
Newcastle caretaker boss Joe Kinnear will stay in charge of
the club for:
How many games will Joe Kinnear be the Newcastle caretaker
13 or more 6/5
For purposes of this bet, game no 1 will be Everton v
JOE KINNEAR is 20/1 with William Hill to be sent from the
dugout during the first match as Newcastle boss that he is
entitled to go into it - against Manchester City!
KINNEAR is currently 9/1 fourth favourite to be appointed as
next permanent Newcastle boss with William Hill who make
Keegan 11/10 favourite with Gus Poyet and Alan Shearer both
at 8/1, Terry Venables at 12/1; Steve Bruce and David Moyes
both 14/1; Alan Curbishley 16/1.
**HILLS OFFER 6/1 THAT DAVID MOYES WILL LEAVE EVERTON BEFORE
JOE KINNEAR, 1/12 TO DO VICE VERSA, DEPARTS NEWCASTLE.
WHO'LL BE TOP AND BOTTOM OF PREM ON MONDAY NIGHT?
WILLIAM HILL:Top of the premier league on Monday:
Aston Villa 10/1
**HILL'S PREM TITLE ODDS.....10/11 Chelsea; 5/2 Man U; 6
Arsenal - Liverpool; 50 Man C; Villa WITHOUT BIG 4....11/8
Villa; 9/4 Man City; 7 Portsmouth; 9 Spurs; 12 Everton; 16
West Ham; 20 Blackburn.
WILLIAM HILL: Bottom of the premier league on Monday:
JUANDE THE SPURS BOSS WILL GO............
EVERTON's UEFA Cup exit saw David Moyes cut from 6/1 to 4/1
second favourite by William Hill to be the next permanent
Premiership boss to leave his job this season. But Spurs'
manager Juande Ramos is the favourite at 13/8 with Hills,
who also offer: 11/2Gary Megson; 12/1 Redknapp; 14/1 Bruce;
Hughes; Ince; Keane; 16 Benitez; Hodgson; Pulis; Next
Permanent Newcastle boss; 20 Brown; No manager to go; 25
Mowbray; Southgate; 33 O'Neill; Zola; 40 Ferguson; Scolari;
HUGHES NEXT FOR SPURS?.......William Hill offer 7/1 that
Mark Hughes will become Spurs boss before the end of this
season.(1/14 that he will not).
When Will Spurs Next Win a Premier league Match?
Hull (h) 4/6
Stoke (a) 3/1
Bolton (h) 9/2
Arsenal (a) 28
Liverpool (h) 20
No Wins From These Games 12
**SPURS are 10/1 to be relegated with Hills who make Stoke
3/10 favourites for the drop and also offer 5/6 Hull; 5/4
WBA; 11/8 Bolton; 11/4 Newcastle; 4 Fulham; 7 Sunderland; 8
Wigan; 17/2 Middlesbro.
WHO'LL TAKE THE MICHAEL?
With the news that Michael Owen may be a free agent by the
end of the season, William Hill have opened a book on where
he will start season 2009/10:
Where Will Owen Be 1st Day 09/10? : Newcastle 8/13 ; Man
City11/2 ; Tottenham 15/2; Liverpool 8/1; Chelsea 11/1; Any
Spanish Club 11/1 ;Any Italian Club 16/1(Others on request)
OWEN is 25/1 to end the season as Prem top scorer with Hills
who make Torres 7/2 favourite and also offer 6 Adebayor;
Ronaldo; 7 Defoe; 12 Drogba; 14 Berbatov; 16 Anelka; Carew;
Van Persie; 18 Bent; 20 Zaki; Robinho; Agbonlahor; Yakubu;
UEFA LATEST: 11/4 TEAM NOT IN IT TO WIN IT
WILLIAM HILL offer 11/4 that one of the teams yet to appear
in the UEFA Cup will end up winning it.Of those currently
contesting the trophy, Hills make AC Milan 5/1 favourites
and also offer 10 Man City; 12 Sevilla; Valencia; Villa; 14
Spurs; 20 Portsmouth; Schalke; 28 Hamburg; 33 Ajax;
Sampdoria; Standard Liege.
WILLIAM HILL: Furthest progressing British club in the UEFA
Man City 15/8
Aston Villa 2
Saint Helens are red hot
favourites to lift rugby league's Superleague Grand Final
against Leeds on Saturday.
William Hill make Saints 2/5 favourites to win the event,
with Leeds 7/4. Saints are 4/9 to win in 80 minutes play,
with Leeds 9/5 and the draw 16/1.
On the handicap market,Leeds have a seven point start with
Hills and are 10/11 on that basis, with Saints also 10/11
and a tie 20/1.
Hills make Saints 8/13 to be in front at the interval, with
Leeds 11/8 and the game 12/1 to be level at that stage.
Gardner of Saints is 10/1 favourite to score the first try
of the game with Hills who also offer 12 Donald; Meli; 14
McGuire; Pryce; Gidley; Talau;Webb;16 Senior; Smith; Burrow;
Hall; 18 Ablett; 20 Cunningham; Roby.
Long and Pryce are 5/1joint favourites with Hills to win the
Harry Sunderland Award for man of the match and they also
offer 10 Burrow; Cunningham; 12 Webb; 14 Graham; Roby;
Sinfield; 16 McGuire; Peacock; Wilkin; 20 Ellis.