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Antony Heath 4th May 2012 - 13:42

You bet cup final can out do Manc derby!

William Hill are predicting that the FA Cup Final will produce a bigger betting turnover than the crucial Manchester City v Manchester United Premier League title showdown game earlier this week. 'Some £20m was gambled on the Manchester derby, but with a north versus south clash in the Cup Final and with both managers battling to secure their futures at the clubs we are anticipating a betting bonanza exceeding that total' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Chelsea are favourites to lift the trophy, at 4/6 with William Hill who offer Liverpool at 5/4; while Chelsea are 15/4 to win both the Cup and the Champions League (9/4 to win neither). Defeat at Wembley could spell the end of Kenny Dalglish's current reign at Liverpool and he is 8/11 with Hills not to be in charge at the start of next season, and Even money still to be in place. 'Liverpool's unimpressive League position could well outweigh the achievement of winning the Carling Cup, but Kenny would have a much stronger case to continue in the job if he adds the FA Cup' said Sharpe.

Roberto Di Matteo has won admirers with the way he has steadied the Chelsea ship since he took over on a temporary basis, and Hills now make him 8/11 still to hold the role at the start of next season, although other contenders include 11/2 joint second favourites Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, while Fabio Capello has suggested he would like to manage in the Premier League and has been made 9/1 joint fourth favourite for the Chelsea job - and 5/2 to be managing any Prem side by the start of next season.

 

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FA CUP FINAL

90M Play - 13/10 Chelsea; 9/4 draw; Liverpool 11/5

Match to go to penalties- 6/1

Chelsea win in extra time- 9/1.....Chelsea win on penalties - 10/1

Liverpool win in extra time - 11/1...Liverpool win on penalties - 10/1

Penalty awarded in 90m - 10/3 yes; 1/5 no

Both sides score in 90m - 10/11 yes; 10/11 no

Drogba to score anytime, Chelsea win (90m) - 5/1

Suarez to score anytime, Liverpool win (90m) - 5/1

Goals scored in 90m - 2/1 one or nil; 4/11 two or more

Win both halves - 13/2 Chelsea; 17/2 Liverpool

Come from behind to win in 90m- 9/1 Chelsea; 11/1 Liverpool

Goal in or before 15th min - 9/4

To lift the  trophy - 4/6 Chelsea; Liverpool 5/4

To win FA Cup and Champions League - 15/4 Chelsea....To win neither - 9/4

 

To be sent off during Cup Final-

ODDS

Luis Suarez

14/1

Steven Gerrard

14/1

Fernando Torres

14/1

Craig Bellamy

14/1

John Terry

14/1

Raul Meireles

14/1

Didier Drogba

16/1

Pepe Reina

16/1

Petr Cech

16/1

Ashley Cole

16/1

David Luiz

16/1

Branislav Ivanovic

16/1

Daniel Agger

16/1

Gary Cahill

16/1

Glen Johnson

16/1

Jamie Carragher

16/1

Martin Skrtel

16/1

Michael Essien

16/1

Jay Spearing

16/1

John Obi Mikel

16/1

John Flanagan

16/1

Oriol Romeu

16/1

Paulo Ferreira

16/1

Frank Lampard

20/1

Andy Carroll

20/1

Ramires

20/1

Dirk Kuyt

20/1

Daniel Sturridge

20/1

Florent Malouda

20/1

Stewart Downing

20/1

Jordan Henderson

20/1

Jose Enrique

20/1

Jonjo Shelvey

20/1

Jose Bosingwa

20/1

Martin Kelly

20/1

Sebastian Coates

20/1

Juan Mata

25/1

Maxi Rodriguez

25/1

Salomon Kalou

25/1

Ryan Bertrand

25/1

Fabio Aurelio

25/1

Singles only.

 

MAN OF THE MATCH

ODDS

Didier Drogba

11/2

Luis Suarez

11/2

Frank Lampard

8/1

Steven Gerrard

8/1

Fernando Torres

9/1

Juan Mata

10/1

Andy Carroll

12/1

Craig Bellamy

12/1

Ramires

12/1

Pepe Reina

12/1

John Terry

14/1

Maxi Rodriguez

14/1

Dirk Kuyt

16/1

Petr Cech

16/1

Ashley Cole

20/1

Daniel Sturridge

20/1

David Luiz

20/1

Florent Malouda

20/1

Raul Meireles

20/1

Salomon Kalou

20/1

Stewart Downing

20/1

Branislav Ivanovic

25/1

Daniel Agger

25/1

Gary Cahill

25/1

Glen Johnson

25/1

Jamie Carragher

25/1

Jordan Henderson

25/1

Jose Enrique

25/1

Martin Skrtel

25/1

Michael Essien

25/1

Jonjo Shelvey

33/1

Jay Spearing

40/1

John Obi Mikel

40/1

Jose Bosingwa

40/1

Ryan Bertrand

40/1

Fabio Aurelio

50/1

John Flanagan

50/1

Martin Kelly

50/1

Oriol Romeu

50/1

Paulo Ferreira

50/1

Sebastian Coates

50/1

Others on request.

Settled by EON sponsored man of the match award

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