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Stuart Dalgleish 29th Apr 2013 - 10:42

Hart 10/3 for axe, Lampard odds-on to break record

Despite winning their match against West Ham on Saturday, the game was marred by a horrific mistake by Joe Hart. William Hill are offering 10/3 that he does not start England's next game against Ireland at the end of May.

"To even talk about Joe Hart being dropped at the start of the season would have been unthinkable, but he is now under increasing pressure following a couple of clangers and given that Ben Foster is out of international retirement, there is even more pressure on the City keeper," said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

Frank Lampard netted again in Chelsea's victory against Swansea and he is now just two goals away from becoming Chelsea's all time leading goalscorer. He is 1/3 to grab those goals before the end of the season (9/4 not to). Lampard is Even money to still be at Chelsea on the first day of next season, 8/11 to have left.

Gareth Bale scooped a fantastic PFA double and he is 11/2 to scoop the senior award next season. Robin van Persie is 3/1. William Hill have also included some of world football's top names with some sensational rumours doing the rounds. Cristiano Ronaldo is 20/1 to win the award, while Falcao is 10/1 and Edinson Cavani 33/1.

1/5 Joe Hart to start against Ireland (29/5) - 10/3 not to start

1/3 Frank Lampard to beat Chelsea's goalscoring record before the end of the season (requires two more goals) - 9/4 not to

1/1 Frank Lampard to be at Chelsea on the first day of next season - 8/11 not to be

PFA player of the year 2013/14: 3/1 Robin van Persie; 11/2 Gareth Bale; 7/1 Luis Suarez; 8/1 Wayne Rooney; 10/1 Falcao; 12/1 Juan Mata; 12/1 Eden Hazard; 14/1 Jack Wilshere; 20/1 Cristiano ROnaldo; 33/1 Edinson Cavani...others on request

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