P/C – SuperCelticAreFantastic So GIRUY

 

 

 

SPL

 

Match Home Draw Away
St Mirren v Inverness 11/8 23/10 15/8
Dundee Utd v St Johnstone 5/6 12/5 16/5
Hearts v Motherwell 11/10 23/10 5/2
Celtic v Hibernian 3/10 4/1 9/1
Hamilton v Kilmarnock 11/8 9/4 19/10
Aberdeen v Rangers 9/2 13/5 8/13

 

 

 

2010 – 2011

Total

Pos

Team

Pld

W

D

L

F

A

Diff

Pts

1

Rangers

5

5

0

0

13

3

10

15

2

Celtic

5

5

0

0

11

1

10

15

3

Hearts

5

2

2

1

9

6

3

8

4

Aberdeen

5

2

1

2

7

5

2

7

5

Motherwell

5

2

1

2

6

5

1

7

6

Kilmarnock

5

2

0

3

5

6

-1

6

7

Hibernian

5

1

2

2

5

8

-3

5

8

Dundee Utd.

5

1

2

2

5

11

-6

5

9

Inverness C.T.

5

1

1

3

6

6

0

4

10

St Johnstone

5

1

1

3

4

7

-3

4

11

St Mirren

5

1

1

3

4

9

-5

4

12

Hamilton

5

1

1

3

3

11

-8

4

 

 

 

Celtic v Hibs

Last 6 matches

 

 

Celtic

3

2

Hibernian

17/04/2010

Hibernian

0

1

Celtic

04/04/2010

Celtic

1

2

Hibernian

27/01/2010

Hibernian

0

1

Celtic

30/08/2009

Hibernian

0

0

Celtic

17/05/2009

Celtic

3

1

Hibernian

24/01/2009

 

There’s a very good chance that only one person who started the game in April will start for us on Saturday, and that would be Stokes!  What a massive turnaround.  I have to say however that I would like to see more of Gary Hooper.  He liked pretty impressive midweek.  Average goals scored at home this season is 3.5.  Average scored away by Hibs is 1.5.  Does that say 3 – 1 or what?

 

Match Score Odds
St Mirren v Inverness 0 – 0

13/2

Dundee Utd v St Johnstone 1 – 0

6/1

Hearts v Motherwell 1- 1

5/1

Celtic v Hibernian 3 – 1

9/1

Hamilton v Kilmarnock 0 – 1

15/2

Aberdeen v Rangers 1 – 2

13/2

 

England

And so onto England.  After an indifferent start to the season for Liverpool Paddy Power offer odds on whether Roy Hodgson lasts the season, where Liverpool will finish in the league and if Sunderland will hit Liverpool with another one of their late late goals.

 

Elsewhere in the Premier League, with managers such as David Moyes and Arsene Wenger already showing the strain this season there is betting on the next boss to be sent off whilst following Dimitar Berbatov’s hat-trick against Liverpool Paddy Power bet on which player from the big Six will next score three in a league match.

 

Handshake Betting II

The match of the weekend between Manchester City and Chelsea could see Wayne Bridge and John Terry come face-to-face once again for the first time since Wayne Bridge memorably shunned Terry’s offer of a handshake. Paddy Power offer 6/4 the former friends shake hands prior to kick off, believing it more likely they will bury the hatchet this time round compared to the 6/1 on offer when the two met at Stamford Bridge back in February.

 

The clash of the big spenders could be a showdown between the big strikers with Didier Drogba scoring 19 goals in his 19 Premier League matches in 2010 and Carlos Tevez almost as impressive with 17 in 22 this year. Paddy Power bets on which striker scores most in the game, the first to shoot on target and who will score first of the two.

 

PADDY POWER MONEY-BACK SPECIAL

Man City v Chelsea – Blue Moon Rising

If Carlos Tevez scores the last goal of the match Paddy Power will refund losing first/last goalscorer, correct score & scorecast singles on the game.

Premier League

4-5 Chelsea; 5-2 Man Utd; 6 Arsenal; 12 Man City; 66 Spurs, Liverpool

 

Top 4 Finish

8/15 Man City; 9-4 Liverpool; 5-2 Spurs; 10 Everton

 

Top Prem Scorer

5-8 Drogba; 6 Berbatov; 8 Tevez; 9 Torres; 10 Rooney; 12 Bent; 16 Malouda; 20 Chamakh; 22 Anelka

 

Sack Race

2 Martinez; 3 Grant; 6 Mancini; 10 Moyes; 11 Hughton; 16 McLeish; 18 Hughes, Houllier; 22 Di Matteo, Holloway, Hodgson; 25 Bruce, Allardyce, Pulis; 28 McCarthy, Coyle; 40 Ferguson; 50 Redknapp; 80 Ancelotti, Wenger

 

 

Liverpool finishing position

9/4        Top 4

7/2        5th

7/2        6th

6/1        7th

8/1        8th

11/2      9th or worse

 

 

Roy Hodgson to still be Liverpool manager at the end of the season

1/6        Yes

7/2        No

 

 

7/1        Sunderland to score after the 85th minute v Liverpool

16/1      Sunderland to score an equaliser after the 85th minute v Liverpool

28/1      Sunderland to score a winning goal after the 85th minute v Liverpool

 

 

So there we have it.  Our money back special.  Our re-visit to earlier times with songs we thought had been consigned to the last century and our free bet.  But most of all Celtic were fantastic. GIRUY!

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