Champions League latest - Ferdinand 4/7 To Leave United
With the Champions League returning this mid week William Hill have released a number of specials including Manchester United's clash with Braga priced at 15/8 to be the highest scoring match involving an English team.
Ajax Vs Manchester City is 9/4, Arsenal Vs Schalke is 5/2 and Chelsea's trip to Ukraine to face Shahktar Donetsk is 4/1.
Manchester United are even money to top score out of the English sides this week despite only scoring three goals so far.
Manchester City are 5/2 to score the most, Arsenal are 10/3 and Chelsea are 6/1.
Celtic face an unenviable trip to Barcelona on Tuesday night and are 25/1 to win the game. Barcelona are 1/12 and will be lead by the unstoppable Lionel Messi. Celtic are odds on at 1/3 to not score in Spain despite the Catalan giants lacking fit centre backs at present and conceding four at the weekend in a 5-4 victory at Deportive.
Barcelona are odds on at 17/20 to net four or more goals against the Scottish champions. Messi is 9/2 to hit a hat trick whilst team mate Andres Iniesta is 5/2 to score in a Barcelona win.
"It is likely to be backs against the walls for Celtic on Tuesday night trying to keep Messi, Villa, Pedro, Sanchez, Iniesta and Co quiet but with a lack of centre backs fit for Barca, a goal could be achievable," said William Hill spokesman Mark Young.
Highest scoring match: 15/8 Manchester United/Braga; 9/4 Ajax/Manchester City; 5/2 Arsenal/Schalke; 4/1 Shakhtar Donetsk
Highest scoring side: 1/1 Manchester United; 5/2 Manchester City; 10/3 Arsenal; 6/1 Chelsea
9/2 Lionel Messi to score a hat trick vs Celtic
11/10 Lionel Messi and David Villa to anytime
6/1 Gary Hooper to score anytime
Total Barcelona goals: 16/1 none; 7/1 one; 18/5 two; 3/1 three; 17/20 four or more
Toal Celtic goals: 1/3 None, 2/1 One, 11/1 Two, 55/1 Three, 125/1 Four or more
To Come from behind and win: 8/1 Barcelona, 35/1 Celtic
To Come from behind and win or draw: 7/1 Barcelona, 22/1 Celtic
5/2 Iniesta to score anytime and Barcelona to win
66/1 Gary Hooper to score anytime and Celtic to win
7/2 MVP (Messi, Villa, Pedro to score anytime)
Fergie Set To Mirk Ferdinand In Contract Dispute
Rio Ferdinand's Manchester United career looks like it could be coming to an end, with a dispute with his manager not fully resolved and a contract coming to the end at the close of the season. William Hill are offering 4/7 that the Manchester United stalwart has left the club by the first day of next season (5/4 that he is still there).
"Rio has been a magnificent servant for Manchester United but his time looks as though at the club is coming to an end," said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
o Manchester United are unbeaten in their last eight Champions League games against Portuguese opposition (W5 D3 L0), but have drawn three of the last four, including the last two at Old Trafford.
o Braga have won four and lost none of their last five matches against English sides in Europe, keeping four clean sheets and conceding just one goal.
o Braga ended a run of six visits to England without a win (D2 L4) when they beat Birmingham City in last season's Europa League Group Stage.
o Braga have lost just one of their last eight European matches away from home (W3 D4 L1).
o United's woodwork has been struck three times this season, more than any other side in the Champions League.
o Robin van Persie has scored five goals in his last five Champions League appearances.
o There has been a goal scored inside the first 15 minutes in each of the last five Champions League games involving Man Utd.
o United have scored in their last 18 European matches in a row.