After a successful first game in charge, William Hill make Neil Lennon their 5/6 favourite to be the Celtic manager on day one of next season, with Steve Clarke the nearest challenger at 9/2. Hills are 11/10 that Celtic win the treble this year and it is 2/1 that they win the Scottish Premiership by 15 or more points.
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The North London derby is always a key fixture but William Hill believe that Saturday’s early kick-off has extra significance this year as the odds suggest that if Arsenal lose, they can kiss goodbye to Champions League football this season. “Arsenal are currently 13/8 outsiders for a top four finish, all things being equal, if they lose to Spurs they will drift to 5/2,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
The fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup kicks off this weekend and the sponsors believe that well over £2.5m will be wagered across the eight matches.
Mauricio Pochettino is the 6/4 favourite to be the Manchester United manager on the first day of next season with current caretaker, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the 5/2 second favourite with William Hill.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been confirmed as Manchester United manager for the remainder of the season and has immediately become the favourite to bag the job on a permanent basis with William Hill.
After some mild confusion, the UEFA Nations League semi-finals draw confirmed England will face Holland and they are 4/6 to qualify for the final and 13/10 to do so in 90 minutes.
Quique Sanchez Flores is the 7/4 favourite with William Hill to be the next permanent Southampton manager ahead of 5/1 shot Paolo Sousa and Leonardo Jardim at 7/1.
We are now a quarter of the way through the Premier League season and Manchester City have already notched up an astonishing 36 goals. William Hill have now opened a book on the number of goals City score this season and they are 9/4 favourites to score 110 or more. Meanwhile they are 6/1 to remain unbeaten all season, 11/10 to gain over a hundred points and 2/7 to win the EPL.
William Hill are just 8/1 that Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho will no longer be in charge of his side for their next fixture against Burnley on Sunday. Meanwhile he is 4/9 to be gone by the end of the season.
The heat has been turned up on Jose Mourinho following defeat to Brighton and William Hill have him as the 7/2 FAVOURITE to be the first manager to leave his job, overtaking Claude Puel who is the 4/1 second favourite.