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Stuart Dalgleish 7th Oct 2010 - 13:01

Defeat Is Not An Option Say Bookies

William Hill are offering an enhanced price fourfold in preparation for Friday's Home Nations' international games. Hills are offering 10/1 that Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland all avoid defeat.

Jamie Mackie is set to make his Scottish Debut and Hills make him a 7/2 shot to score first and are offering 15/2 that he scores anytime and Scotland win in Prague. Kenny Miller is the 9/4 favourite to score first and 50/1 to score a hat-trick on what will be his 50th Scottish cap.

The next week could go a long way to determine whether Scotland qualify for Euro 2012 and Hills are offering just 13/10 that Scotland get no points against Czech Republic and Spain. They are 33/1 to claim all six points. Scotland are 10/3 to qualify for Euro 2012.

"Scotland have got a very difficult task ahead of them in the next two games and we certainly do not think that they will cause an upset, in what are the two most important games of Craig Levein's short Scotland career," said Hill's spokesman Joe Crilly.

Wales are up against it in their bid to qualify for Euro 2012 and William Hill are offering 20/1 that they manage to emerge from the group. Brian Flynn has taken over the Wales job  on an interim basis, however Hills are not expecting much of a honeymoon period and are offering just 9/4 that they get no points in the next two games although he is 6/5 to get the job on permanent basis.

Recently crowned Welsh footballer of the year, Gareth Bale, is an 8/1 shot to get the first goal and 11/4 to score anytime.

"Brian Flynn has been entrusted to guide Wales through two very tricky fixtures. Should his side show promise, he could well get the manager's role permanently," said spokesman Joe Crilly.

 

William Hill International Football Prices:

7/4 Wales; 7/4 Bulgaria; 2/1 Draw

7/10 Czech Republic; 9/2 Scotland; 12/5 Draw

 

Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland all to avoid defeat 10/1.

 

 

Scotland Specials

Scotland to win Euro 2012

125/1

To Win Group I

Spain

1/10

Czech Republic

15/2

Scotland

12/1

Lithuania

33/1

Liectenstein

2500/1

Will Scotland Qualify for 2012

YES

10/3

NO

1/5

How many Points will Scotland Get in Group I?

Under 9

13/8

9 - 11

6/4

12 - 14

11/4

15 - 17

6/1

Over 17

16/1

Top Scotland Goalscorer in Group I?

Kenny Miller

EVS

Steven Fletcher

11/2

Chris Iwelumo

8/1

Jamie Mackie

8/1

Steven Naismith

8/1

Kris Boyd

10/1

Stephen McManus

14/1

Darren Fletcher

20/1

Garry O'Connor

20/1

Match Odds

Czech Republic

4/6

Draw

23/10

Scotland

7/2

Handicap Odds

Czech Republic (-1)

15/8

Tie

13/5

Scotland (+1)

EVS

Dream Debut?

Jamie Mackie could make his Scotland debut in Prague

Jamie Mackie to Score

7/2

Jamie Mackie to Score First

10/1

Jamie Mackie to Score 2 or more

14/1

Jamie Mackie to Score a hat-trick

66/1

Jamie Mackie to score first and Scotland to win

20/1

Jamie Mackie to score anytime and Scotland to win

15/2

Miller Time

Kenny Miller could join the Hall of Fame with his 50th Cap

Kenny Miller to Score

9/4

Kenny Miller to Score First

15/2

Kenny Miller to Score 2 or more

11/1

Kenny Miller to score a hat-trick

50/1

Kenny Miller to score first and Scotland to win

16/1

Kenny Miller to Score anytime and Scotland to win

5/1

To Keep a Clean Sheet

Czech Republic

4/5

Scotland

3/1

To Win To Nil

Czech Republic

6/5

Scotland

6/1

Total Match Goals

None

15/2

One

14/5

Two

11/5

Three

3/1

Four

11/2

Five

12/1

Six or more

16/1

The next week could go a long way to determine if Scotland

will be qualifying for Euro 2012

How Many Points will Scotland get in their next two games?

None

13/10

One

2/1

Two

10/1

Three

4/1

Four

8/1

Six

33/1

How Many Goals will Scotland Score in their next two games?

None

11/8

One

15/8

Two

7/2

Three

7/1

Four or more

14/1

Scotland to Keep a Clean Sheet in Both games

20/1

Scotland to Score in Both games

3/1

Two 0-0 Draws

50/1

Who will Score the most goals in the two games

Kenny Miller

11/10

Jamie Mackie

15/8

Steven Naismith

9/4

if none of them score bets are void

 

 

 
 
 

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