Ticket Prices Just 7/2 To Be Capped In Time For Next Season
With the furore surrounding ticket prices refusing to die down despite Liverpool backing down over the increase in some prices, William Hill are offering 7/2 that all 20 Premier League clubs agree on a maximum price for away tickets before the start of next season (1/6 they do not).
“Football prices have come to the fore in recent days and the Twenty’s Plenty proposal has been mooted for a number of years now,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. “With odds of just 7/2, the implementation of the scheme looks closer than it ever has been.”
Louis van Gaal is 4/7 to have left Manchester United before the start of next season and Jose Mourinho is 1/4 to become the next whenever Louis van Gaal leaves the club.
This Sunday’s football really is super with the current top four facing each other. Arsenal are the 2/1 favourites with Leicester 9/4, Manchester City 10/3 and Tottenham 9/2.
Leicester have been in scintillating form with three English players at the fore of most of the good football that they have been producing and William Hill offer 1/8, 9/2 and 10/1 respectively that the trio of Jamie Vardy, Danny Drinkwater and Marc Albrighton make England’s Euro 2016 23 man squad.
William Hill odds:
All 20 Premier League clubs to agree a maximum price of an away ticket for the start of the 2016/17 season: 7/2 yes; 1/6 no
Next permanent Manchester United manager: 1/4 Jose Mourinho; 5/1 Ryan Giggs; 12/1 Mauricio Pochettino; 14/1 Diego Simeone; 16/1 Fabio Capello; 20/1 Mark Hughes; 25/1 Gary Neville; 25/1 Laurent Blanc; 33/1 Antonio Conte; 33/1 Joachim Low; 40/1 BAR
Louis van Gaal to still be Manchester United manager on the first day of the 2016/17 Premier League season: 4/7 no; 5/4 yes
To make England’s 23 Man Euro 2016 squad:
Danny Drinkwater: 1/8 no; 9/2 yes
Jamie Vardy: 9/2 no; 1/8 yes
Marc Albrighton: 1/33 no; 10/1 yes
To win the Premier League dual forecast: 5/2 Arsenal/Leicester; 7/2 Leicester/Manchester City; 7/2 Manchester City/Arsenal; 9/1 Arsenal/Tottenham; 11/2 Leicester/Tottenham; 8/1 Manchester City/Tottenham
Premier League winner: 2/1 Arsenal; 9/4 Leicester; 10/3 Manchester City; 9/2 Tottenham; 40/1 Manchester United