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David Thompson 3rd Mar 2012 - 16:40

AVB Stands On The Brink!

 

CHELSEA BOSS JUST 2/7 TO BE NEXT MANAGER OUT

 

Chelsea's woeful run continued with defeat to West Brom and William Hill are offering 2/7 that Andre Villas is the next boss to leave his job with 8/11 for him to no longer be Chelsea manager on the first day of next season. Chelsea's faltering season sees their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League hanging by a thread and William Hill offer 8/15 that they do not play in Europe's elite competition next season.

 

"AVB is staring at the abyss right now and a bad result against Birmingham could be the end of him...that is of course if he lasts that long," said Hill's spokesman Joe Crilly.

 

Fernando Torres made yet another cameo and rather unsurprisingly, failed to find the net. Hills are now offering 9/4 that he fails to score in any of the next four Chelsea games, although he is Even money to score anytime against Birmingham. Chelsea are out to 10/1 to finish as top London club this season, with Spurs 1/8 and Arsenal 13/2.

 

In complete contrast to Chelsea, Manchester City have now won 19 consecutive home games and William Hill make them 9/2 to win all their remaining home games this season, although they are 10/11 to fail to win in their next home match against Chelsea.

Torres Next Score?

Birmingham (A) (FAC)

EVS

Stoke (H)

5/2

Napoli (H) (UCL)

5/1

Man City (A)

8/1

None of these

9/4

 

**Must start vs Birmingham or bets void.

 

Chelsea to play in 2012/13 Champions league?

Yes - 11/8

No - 8/15

 

 

AvB at Chelsea on 1st day of 12/13 Premier League season?

Yes - EVS

No - 8/11

 

 

Man City fail to win at home?

Chelsea 19/03

10/11

Sunderland 31/03

6/1

West Brom 11/04

17/2

Man Utd 30/04

10/3

QPR 13/05

25/1

Win all remaining home games

9/2

**MUST BE PLAYED IN ABOVE ORDER.

Premier League Relegation: 1/5 Wigan; 4/6 Bolton; 8/11 QPR; 8/11 Blackburn; 4/5 Wolves; 14/1 Aston Villa; 20/1 BAR

 

Premier League Winner: 8/15Manchester City; 13/8 Manchester United; 66/1 Tottenham; 250/1 BAR

 

Top London: 1/8 Spurs; 13/2 Arsenal; 10/1 Chelsea

 

Next Premier League manager to go: 2/7 Andre Villas Boas; 5/1 Owen Coyle; 6/1 Alex McLeish; 6/1 No Manager to leave; 10/1 Steve Kean; 20/1 BAR

 

 
 
 

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