Football By Joe Crilly

Reds’ Skipper 6/4 To Score And 3/1 To Kiss The Camera!

With Liverpool playing Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon the match result (for which Liverpool are 4/9 to win) is almost inconsequential as Steven Gerrard says goodbye to Anfield. The Reds’ skipper is 6/4 to score during the game and 7/4 to be named as Sky’s man of the match.

Famed for his free kicks and thunderbolts, it is 4/1 he scores from outside the area and he is 80/1 to score a hat trick.

One (or rather two) of his most famous moments came when he kissed a television camera after scoring a goal at Old Trafford. He is 3/1 to celebrate scoring a goal by doing exactly the same.

“Steven Gerrard has been the focal point of the week’s football stories, more so than the Champions League, Gareth Bale and even John Carver and he is bound to receive a rousing reception from Anfield and probably from Sky as well,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. “It would be just like Gerrard to sign off with a goal as well.”

Gerrard is 2/1 to play for Liverpool at any point next season. 

Steven Gerrard Specials:

6/4         Gerrard to score anytime

7/4         Gerrard to be voted Sky’s man of the match

2/1         Gerrard to play a league match for Liverpool during the 2015/16 season

3/1         Gerrard to be booked

3/1         Gerrard to kiss the camera if he scores

3/1         Gerrard to score anytime and Liverpool to win

10/3       Gerrard to score first or last

16/5       Gerrard to be first Liverpool scorer

4/1         Gerrard to score from outside the penalty area

6/1         Gerrard to score a header

13/2       Gerrard to score first

8/1         Gerrard to score first and Liverpool win

10/1       Gerrard to score 2 or more

14/1       Gerrard to score in the first 10 minutes

16/1       Gerrard to score in both halves

25/1       Gerrard to be sent off

25/1       Gerrard to score first and last

80/1       Gerrard to score a hat trick


What minute will Gerrard be subbed: 7/1 65:00-75:00; 6/4 75:00-85:00; 1/2 85:00 to final whistle