Fer-Nando no chicken when it comes to scoring
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Andre Villas Boas confirmed that he is unconcerned about the pre-season form of Fernando Torres and William Hill think that his assurances are founded, offering 2/1 that he manages between 16 and 20 goals this season.
He is 7/4 to score 21 to 25 goals.
Hills also think that Torres has the full support of his manager and he is 9/4 to start 26-30 Premier League games this season.
"It would be fair to say that Torres endured a rocky patch at the start of his Chelsea career, but the odds suggest that Villas Boas will have faith in him and in return, the goals will flow," said Hill's spokesman Joe Crilly.
Torres Premier League Starts: 10/3 Under 10; 7/1 11-15; 6/1 16-20; 5/2 21-25; 9/4 26-30; 9/2 Over 30
Torres Premier League Goals: 12/1 Under 6;8/1 6-10; 4/1 11-15; 2/1 16-20; 7/4 21-25; 5/1 Over 25
Should I Stay Or Should I Go Now...Want Away Players On The Move?
William Hill are offering a market on whether the all four of the Premier League's high profile want away players leave their clubs by the end of the Summer transfer window.
Hills go 9/2 about all four of Tevez, Nasri, Fabregas and Modric having left their clubs by the 31st August 2011 .
Hills are also offering 6/4 that Cesc Fabregas is the first of the four to go, while Carlos Tevez is 13/8 to do so.
It would appear that Arsenal have more hope of keeping Nasri than Fabregas and he is offered at 10/3 to be the first of the four to go, while Modric is 6/1.
"These four players have all shown their desire to move to pastures new and itcertainly looks like a possibility that all four will be gone by the time the transfer window slams shut at the end of August," said Hill's spokesman Joe Crilly.
Who will go first: 6/4 Fabregas; 13/8 Tevez; 10/3 Nasri; 6/1 Modric
All four to have changed clubs by the end of the transfer window (August 31st 2011): 9/2 yes; 1/8 no