Ferguson 3/1 odds to be fired, Gunners 4/1 odds for title

 With Manchester United facing the prospect of being nine points behind Chelsea if they lose to them this weekend, William Hill are offering odds of 3/1 that Sir Alex Ferguson will no longer be United boss on the first day of next season. Hills also offer 8/13 that United will fail to win any of the four major trophies this season.
'Sir Alex has to quit sometime and if they trail Chelsea all season, end up trophy-less and perhaps lose Ronaldo before the start of next season, who knows whether Sir Alex will want to start all over again next season' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe. However, Hills offer 2/9 that he will still be manager on the first day of the 2009/10 campaign.
United are 250/1 to win all four major trophies, for which Chelsea are 100/1 - and 11/8 to win nothing.

After having his red card rescinded so that he will be able to play against Man U at the weekend, John Terry is 25/1 with William Hill to be sent off during the game - and 100/1 to be sent off only to have his red card rescinded again.
**Hills are also offering 16/1 that either Scolari or Ferguson will be sent from the dugout during the game.
**Hills offer 1/3 that no red cards will be shown during the game; 11/4 that one will be; 8/1 that two or more will be shown. (Players and managers all included)

Following their win over Bolton, Arsenal are 4/1 third favourites to win the Premiership title with William Hill who make Chelsea 10/11 favourites with Man U at 5/2 and Liverpool 9/1.
Hills now make Stoke 2/7 favourites to be relegated (5/2 to stay up) with Hull 4/9 for the drop (13/8 to stay); WBA 11/8; 6/4 Bolton; 5/1 Fulham; Newcastle; 6/1 Wigan; 7/1 Sunderland; 9/1 Blackburn.


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