Football By Joe Crilly

Will Pards And Wenger Shake Hands This Time Around?

Where Next For Berahino And Ings?


Crystal Palace host Arsenal for Saturday’s early kick off with a history between the clubs’ two managers. Despite the fact that both Pardew and Wenger claim their bust ups are a thing of the past, William Hill are offering 7/2 that the pair refuse to shake hands after the game.


“Both Pardew and Wenger have suggested their previous arguments are behind them however, both are passionate men and it would not be massively surprising to see tensions boil over again during Saturday’s game,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.


Saido Berahino is a 6/4 shot to stay at West Brom for the start of next season. There has been plenty of discussion about him leaving the club in recent weeks and it would seem that Liverpool head the race to sign him. They are 2/1 with William Hill and Spurs are just behind at 7/2.


Danny Ings is another player who could be on the way in the summer. He is all the way out at 16/1 to remain at Burnley and looks likely to join David Moyes at Real Sociedad. He is Even money to head over to Basque country with Liverpool just behind at 6/4.


Sam Allardyce is the 9/4 favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave his job as rumours continue that he will not carry on at West Ham into next season. He is the 9/4 second favourite to get the axe next although he remains behind Nigel Pearson who is the 7/4 favourite with William Hill.


Will Wenger and Pardew shake hands at the end of the match on Saturday: 1/6 yes; 7/2 no


Berahino club on first day of next season: 6/4 West Brom; 2/1 Liverpool; 7/2 Tottenham; 8/1 Southampton; 10/1 Manchester United; 12/1 Everton; 16/1 Arsenal


Ings club on the first day of next season: 1/1 Real Sociedad; 6/4 Liverpool; 3/1 Tottenham; 8/1 Manchester United; 16/1 Burnley; 20/1 Southampton


Next Premier League manager to leave: 7/4 Nigel Pearson; 9/4 Sam Allardyce; 11/4 Gus Poyet; 6/1 no manager to leave; 12/1 Steve Bruce; 25/1 Sean Dyche; 33/1 Garry Monk; 33/1 Manuel Pelligrini; 33/1 Roberto Martinez; 50/1 Tim Sherwood; 50/1 Tony Pulis; 66/1 Alan Pardew; 676/1 Brendan Rodgers; 66/1 Mark Hughes; 66/1 Mau5icio Pochettino; 66/1 Ronald Koeman; 100/1 Arsene Wenger; 100/1 Jose Mourinho; 100/1 Louis van Gaal