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Nic Ladds 4th Jan 2011 - 22:27

Manchester United Specials


Hernandez 11/10 to outscore Rooney, as:

UNITED 12/1 TO STAY UNBEATEN AND 10/11 TO PROVE STRONGER IN SECOND HALF OF SEASON

With Manchester United still unbeaten in the Premier League, William Hill have opened a book on how many games they will lose during the season and make them 12/1 to go unbeaten throughout, and 4/1 to lose five or more games. And Hills are also backing Alex Ferguson's belief that United traditionally do better in the second half of the season, by making them 10/11 to clock up more points in their last 19 games than the first 19 in which they collected 41 points.

With Hernandez threatening to keep Wayne Rooney out of the United side if he continues to score regularly, Hills make the Mexican 11/10 to out score Rooney in terms of Prem goals this season.

'The United to remain unbeaten bandwagon is rolling now, but we are sceptical that they will manage to match Arsenal's unique Premiership achievement of an unbeaten campaign, but it is quite possible that United will fulfill Sir Alex's prediction of a more successful second half of the season - and Hernandez looks well capable of embarrassing Rooney by out-scoring him' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.

How Many Games Will Man Utd Lose In The Premier League?
0.....12/1
1.....4/1
2.....11/4
3......11/4
4.......4/1
5.....+4/1

Who Will Score The Most Premier League Goals?
Hernandez [6] 11/10
Rooney [2] 11/8
Tie 10/3

**Bets void in event of a tie. Current totals in brackets.

Will Man Utd better their points haul from the first half of the season?
Yes...10/11
Same amount of points...6/1
No........6/5

**41 points from the first 19 games played. The second half of their season began by beating Stoke on 04/01/11.

 

Wolves are 1/2 favourites for relegation (6/4 to stay up) with Hills who also offer 5/2 Birmingham; 5/2 Blackpool; 11/4 WBA; 3/1 Fulham; 4/1 Blackburn; 9/2 Villa; 6/1 Newcastle.

 

 
 
 

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