Moyes 5/4 to quit Everton before start of next season
David Moyes has been backed from 6/1 to 4/1 second favourite with William Hill to be the next Premier League boss to leave his job.
And Hills are now offering 5/4 that he has left Everton by the start of next season, but is a 4/7 chance still to be there then. 'David Moyes is very highly rated as a boss, and should a high profile position come along it is difficult to see him not being interested if his club's current lack of transfer resources is maintained. He is unikely to want to be linked with relegation candidates if Everton's fortunes remain on the down-turn.' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.
David Moyes still Everton boss first day of next Prem season: 4/7 yes; 5/4 no
Next Premier League Boss to leave his club this season: 4/5 Grant; 4/1 Moyes; 5/1 Ancelotti; 14/1 McLeish; 16/1 Hughes- Martinez.
All Premier League Champions League Final: 5/1
William Hill offer 5/1 that both Champions League finalists will be Premier League clubs - 13/8 that neither will, and 8/11 that one will. Spurs are 10/11 to progress through from their tie with AC Milan, who are 4/5 to eliminate the Londoners.
Hills offer 7/1 that Tuesday's match will produce five or more goals, and 4/5 that both teams score, 19/20 that they don't.
AC are 8/11 favourites to win Tuesday's match, with Spurs 4/1 and the draw 5/2.
Champions League Outright: 7/4 Barcelona; 4 Real M; 5 Chelsea; 6 Man U; 20 Inter; Arsenal; Bayern; AC; 25 Spurs; 50 Roma- Valencia; 66 Shakhtar D; 80 Schalke; 125 Marseille-Lyon; 250 FC Copenhagen.
Which Premier League team will do best? 5/4 Chelsea; 15/8 Man U; 4 Spurs; 11/2 Arsenal.
Premier League Top scorer: 2/1 Messi; 11/4 Eto'o; 5 Ronaldo; 8 Anelka; 12 Gomez, Ibrahimovic, Villa.
Birmingham have drawn their last four home Premier League games against Newcastle and William Hill offer 21/10 that the match will again end all square, with a home win 6/4 and awat 19/10.
Hills offer 19/20 that both sides score, 4/5 they don't.
Hills make Birminmgham 13/2 to go down and 12/1 to finish bottom, with Newcastle 12/1 and 33/1 respectively.