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.
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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.
Biography of Eamonn ‘The Terminator’ Magee and debut by cross-Channel champ Tom Gregory tie in first William Hill Sports Book of the Year dead heat
A Boy in the Water by Tom Gregory (Particular Books) and The Lost Soul of Eamonn Magee (Mercier Press) by Paul D. Gibson have today, Tuesday 27th November, been jointly awarded the 2018 William Hill Sports Book of the Year.
For the first time the odds suggest that Theresa May will manage to get the withdrawal agreement through Parliament, with William Hill offering 4/6 that she does.
The latest odds from William Hill suggest that should there be a Confidence vote in the Prime Minister, Theresa May will come out on top at 2/5. As a result Hills have reopened their betting on the year she leaves office and 2018 has drifted from 1/3 to 7/4.
It has been a long day for Theresa May and the latest odds suggest that she is 1/3 to leave the office of PM before the end of the year. Dominic Raab is the big mover in the market to be the next Conservative Party leader and is now the joint 5/1 favourite alongside Boris Johnson. Jacob Rees-Mogg has also been popular at 6/1, as has Penny Mordaunt at 9/1.
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.
After an impressive victory early today, William Hill have cut the price of the Nicky Henderson trained Epatante to win the Trull House Novice Hurdle (8/1 from 10/1) and she is 7/1 to win any race at the Cheltenham festival. Vindication was also an impressive winner for Kim Bailey and is 20/1 for the JLT and 16/1 to win any race at the festival.
William Hill have trimmed the price of a White Christmas across the UK, as punters gear up for next week’s snow. The Scottish cities are all 3/1, whilst Liverpool & Manchester have both been trimmed from 6/1 to 5/1. London is currently one of the outsiders at 8/1.