The final season of Game of Thrones is just over a month away from starting and after nearly a decade of death and deception, we should finally find out who will rule the Seven Kingdoms.
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With Theresa May attempting to win favour before the next meaningful Brexit vote, William Hill are offering 1/6 that Article 50 is still in place on 30th March and the UK has not left the EU.
A William Hill customer has made history over the weekend after he correctly predicted the result of an astonishing twenty football matches. His achievement means that he is now richer by a monster £185,162.09, having placed a £50 bet. The customer is a regular and placed the bet in a William Hill shop in Warwickshire on Saturday morning. The customer, who wishes to remain anonymous, has family in Sweden and is planning a trip to visit them with some of the winnings.
Olivia Colman defied the odds by winning the Best Actress Oscar, but William Hill customers were cheering across the country after taking the bookies for over £10,000. William Hill are now offering 6/1 that Olivia Colman is made a Dame before the end of the year.
William Hill can report a move for a second referendum and as a result the price has been cut from 5/2 to 7/4. “The odds of a second referendum have been slashed today and it now looks a real possibility again,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
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.
William Hill now make Clan Des Obeux their clear 7/2 favourite for the Gold Cup, with Presenting Percy is 4/1 from 7/2 and Native River 6/1 from 11/2. “Everyone is raving about Clan Des Obeaux and on this seasons form he is the one to beat,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
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 resignations of seven Labour MPs on Monday morning may have damaged the Party’s hopes of winning the next General Election, whenever it may be, however, the odds suggest it is water off a duck’s back for Jeremy Corbyn.
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.