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William Hill World Darts Championship Set To Hit £10m Turnover

The William Hill World Darts Championship kicks off on Thursday and the sponsors are predicting that betting turnover on the event could top £10m for the first time ever.
On the eve of the tournament, Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor is the current 2/1 favourite to win the William Hill World Darts Championship for a seventeenth time, while the defending World Champion Michael Van Gerwen can be backed at 11/4 with the sponsors.
“Darts fans look set to join in the celebrations of our first year of sponsorship and turnover on the Championship could soar to a mammoth £10 million”, said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

To win the William Hill World Darts Championship: (Sponsors bet): 2/1 Phil Taylor, 11/4 Michael van Gerwen, 13/2 Gary Anderson, 12/1 Adrian Lewis, 16/1 James Wade, 22/1 Stephen Bunting, 40/1 Dave Chisnall, 40/1 Peter Wright, 50/1 Raymond van Barneveld, 66/1 Kim Huybrechts, 66/1 Michael Smith, 66/1 Simon Whitlock, 80/1 Mervyn King, 80/1 Robert Thornton, 100/1 Terry Jenkins, 125/1 Keegan Brown, 150/1 Ian White, 150/1 Wes Newton, 200/1 Andy Hamilton, 200/1 Brendan Dolan, 200/1 Jamie Caven, 200/1 Justin Pipe, 200/1 Vincent van der Voort, 250/1 Christian Kist, 250/1 Dean Winstanley, 300/1 Benito van de Pas, 300/1 Jelle Klaasen, 300/1 Kevin Painter, 400/1 Andrew Gilding, 400/1 Paul Nicholson, 500/1 Darren Webster, 500/1 Gerwyn Price, 500/1 Kyle Anderson, 500/1 Mark Webster, 500/1 Ronny Huybrechts, 500/1 Steve Beaton, 750/1 Daryl Gurney, 750/1 Ronnie Baxter, 1000/1 Andy Smith, 1000/1 Joe Cullen, 1000/1 John Part, 1000/1 Mensur Suljovic, 1000/1 Micky Mansell, 1000/1 Rowby-John Rodriguez, 1000/1 Stuart Kellett, 1500/1 Dave Pallett, 1500/1 Jamie Lewis, 1500/1 Jani Haavisto, 1500/1 Jason Hogg, 1500/1 John Henderson, 1500/1  Jyhan Artut, 1500/1 Max Hopp, 1500/1 Ron Meulenkamp, 1500/1 Ryan de Vreede, 1500/1 Wayne Jones, 2000/1 Christian Perez, 2000/1 Cristo Reyes, 2000/1 Dave Richardson, 2000/1 Jermaine Wattimena, 2000/1 John Michael, 2000/1 John Weber, 2000/1 Laurence Ryder, 2000/1 Robert Marijanovic, 2000/1 Scott Mackenzie, 2500/1 Alex Hon, 2500/1 Boris Koltsov, 2500/1 Haruki Muramatsu, 2500/1 Kim Viljanen, 2500/1 Mark McGrath, 2500/1 Nolan Arendse, 2500/1 Sascha Stein, 2500/1 Scott Kirchner
(1/2 Odds Place 1,2) - William Hill are ‘Best or joint best price’ on all players to win the William Hill World Darts Championships between 9am Thursday 11th and 7pm Thursday 18th December (First Dart) in comparison to Ladbrokes, Bet365 and Paddy Power, displayed on

Premier League Weekend Specials: How Will City Cope Without Aguero?

Manchester City are just 9/4 to win the Premier League – the shortest price that they have been since the opening weekend of the Premier League although with Sergio Aguero injured, the task has become slightly more difficult. William Hill make them 5/2 to win their next five Premier League matches and 5/1 to score 16 or more goals in those games, however, Aguero himself, has seen his odds of top scoring in the Premier League drift from 5/6 to 5/4 while Diego Costa is now the favourite at 5/6. 

Leicester currently find themselves at the bottom of the Premier League and their manager is the 11/10 favourite to be the next manager to leave his job. Leicester are 4/6 second favourites for the drop behind Burnley at 2/7.

Andy Carroll had a blistering return to form for West Ham last weekend and he is 11/10 to make England’s next international squad in March (4/6 not to).

How many goals will Manchester City score in their next five games: 14/1 0-5 goals; 6/1 6-7 goals; 10/3 8-9 goals; 5/2 10-11 goals; 10/3 12-13 goals; 6/1 14-15 goals; 5/1 16 goals or more

Manchester City to win their next five games: 5/2

Premier League top scorer: 5/6 Diego Costa; 5/4 Sergio Aguero; 9/1 Alexis Sanchez; 33/1 Robin van Persie; 40/1 Charlie Austin; 40/1 Romelu Lukaku; 40/1 Wayne Rooney; 40/1 Wilfried Bony; 50/1 BAR

Next Premier League manager to leave: 11/10 Nigel Pearson; 4/1 Alan Irvine; 4/1 Brendan Rodgers; 10/1 Steve Bruce; 16/1 Mauro Pochettino; 16/1 Neil Warnock; 20/1 BAR

Premier League relegation: 2/7 Burnley; 4/6 Leicester; 11/8 QPR; 7/4 Crystal Palace; 7/4 Hull; 5/2 West Brom; 3/1 Sunderland; 6/1 Aston Villa; 12/1 BAR

Premier League winner: 1/2 Chelsea; 94Manchester City; 12/1 Manchester United; 66/1 Arsenal; 150/1 Liverpool; 250/1 Southampton; 300/1BAR

Will Andy Caroll be in the next England squad (March 2015): 11/10 yes; 4/6 no


Champions League: English Sides Could All Draw German Sides…

There will be three British sides represented in the Champions League draw on Friday and it looks as though German opposition could be on the cards according to bookmaker, William Hill. It is 5/2 that Arsenal draw Bayern Munich, while the same price is offered for Manchester City to draw Borussia Dormund. It is 2/1 that Chelsea draw Bayer Leverkusen. 
“Given the way in which the Champions League has panned out so far, the most likely outcome is for all three English sides to draw all three German sides in the first knock out stage,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

Who will Arsenal draw in the last 16 of the Champions League: 5/2 Bayern Munich; 4/1 Monaco; 5/1 Atletico Madrid; 5/1 Barcelona; 5/1 Porto; 5/1 Real Madrid

Who will Manchester City draw in the last 16 of the Champions League: 5/2 Borussia Dortmund; 4/1 Monaco; 5/1 Atletico Madrid; 5/1 Porto; 5/1 Barcelona; 5/1 Real Madrid

Who will Chelsea draw in the last 16 of the Champions League: 2/1 Bayer Leverkusen; 7/2 PSG; 4/1 Basel; 4/1 Juventus; 4/1 Shakhtar Donetsk

Champions League winner: 3/1 Bayern Munich; 3/1 Real Madrid; 9/2 Barcelona; 6/1 Chelsea; 12/1 Manchester City; 20/1 Arsenal; 20/1 Atletico Madrid; 20/1 Borussia Dortmund; 20/1 PSG; 33/1 Juventus; 66/1 Porto; 100/1 Bayer Leverkusen; 100/1 Monaco; 150/1 Schalke 04; 250/1 Basel; 250/1 Shakhtar Donetsk

5/2 That Manchester City Do Not Miss Aguero!

Manchester City are 5/2 to not miss Sergio Aguero and win all five of their next five league fixtures according to William Hill. City are 16/1 to score four or more goals against Roma this weekend and 5/1 to score 16 or more across their next five league matches. 
Manchester City are 15/8 to win their match away to Roma on Wednesday with the home side 6/4.
“Aguero is a huge loss for City but they have such an incredible strength in depth that they should be able to cope,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill odds:

5/2         Manchester City to win their next five Premier League matches Leicester (a), Palace (h), West Brom (a), Burnley (h), Sunderland (h))
*must be played in this order or bet void

Total Manchester City goals in next 5 Premier League matches: 14/1 0-5; 6/1 6-7; 10/3 8-9; 5/2 10-11; 10/3 12-13; 6/1 14-15; 5/1 16 or more

Total Manchester City goals vs Roma on Wednesday: 11/5 none; 6/4 one; 13/5 two; 7/1 three; 16/1 four or more