Jack Wilshere has announced he is to end his 17 year association with Arsenal when his contract expires at the end of the month and William Hill make West Ham his most likely destination at 7/4.
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The long wait is over with the World Cup kicking off on Thursday and over the course of the last seven days, interest and betting turnover has reached fever pitch.
England are just about to start their World Cup campaign. You are at the pub with your friends and there is a queue for the bar, a queue for the toilet and someone’s head is right in the way of the TV screen.
England 16/1 For World Cup Glory… Kane First Name On Team Sheet – Alexander-Arnold Set To Warm The Bench
England are 16/1 with William Hill to win the World Cup after Gareth Southgate announced his World Cup squad. They are seventh favourites behind 9/2 joint favourites, Germany and Brazil, France (11/2), Spain (6/1), Argentina (9/1) and Belgium (11/1).
Steven Gerrard has been appointed as the new Rangers Manager and as it stands the odds suggest(4/7) that Rangers will finish second in the SPL in his first season in charge. Rangers are currently 9/1 to win the 2018-19 title but it is 5/2 that Gerrard will have left his job by January 1st.
Despite Jose Mourinho hinting that Paul Pogba could be allowed to leave Manchester United in the summer, William Hill offer odds of 2/5 that he is still at the club come the closing of the summer transfer window.
Liverpool’s odds of winning the Champions League have been cut from 3/1 at William Hill to 9/4 which makes them joint second favourites to win the competition alongside Bayern Munich and behind 2/1 favourites Real Madrid.
Cristiano Ronaldo is 4/9 to win this year's Puskas Award after his incredible overhead kick against Juventus in the Champions League last night.
Marco Silva is the 5/2 favourite with William Hill to take over from Alan Pardew at West Brom with Michael O’Neill the 11/4 second favourite and Michael Appleton 5/1.
Bookies William Hill took a £17,000 hit this evening after Lewis Cook got a run out for England.