High Press Episode 20: Premier League POTY – Half a season? No problem for Kevin De Bruyne!
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by Eilon.Sabag@888williamhill.com
7h ago
High Press Episode 20: Episode 20 of High Press focuses on the race for Premier League Player of the Year. The panel evaluate the leading candidates for the award, including Erling Haaland, Mo Salah and Declan Rice. PFA POTY Updated Rules Host Alison Bender is joined by Anne-Marie Batson, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Charlie Wyett for the discussion. Wyett starts out the episode with an explanation of how PFA Player of the Year voting works. The award has notably moved later in the year, as voting previously had to take place in March. Rodri is City’s most important player Bender introduces the discu ..read more
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Lee Phelps’ Premier League Picks: Villa overvalued at Kenilworth Road
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by News Team
2d ago
William Hill spokesperson Lee Phelps gives his picks for this Saturday’s Premier League action, taking a glance at the teams towards the bottom of the league table to find some value. Sheffield United fans will be watching this weekend’s action through their fingers, with a Monday night match against Arsenal and all their relegation rivals playing today and tomorrow. Let’s look at Everton, Nottingham Forest and Luton’s games and see who may pick up valuable points. Obviously, the Toffees are already three better off after their appeal, but they’re only five points clear and with no win in nine ..read more
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Premier League Betting Preview: United to dent City’s title hopes?
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by News Team
2d ago
The Etihad Stadium is the focus for the Premier League title race this weekend as Man City welcome Man Utd on Sunday afternoon. Leaders Liverpool visit Nottingham Forest on Saturday, while Arsenal wrap up the matchweek at Sheffield Utd on Monday evening. Elsewhere, David Moyes returns to Everton with a West Ham side buoyed by their 4-2 win over Brentford, and strugglers Burnley host Bournemouth. As always, we’ll have great offers on all the action, including Nicole Holliday’s picks, Enhanced Odds and much more. And, if you’ve not used it already, don’t forget your Epic Boost is available befor ..read more
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Next Liverpool manager: Current favourites to replace Jurgen Klopp
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by News Team
2d ago
Having had a few weeks for Liverpool fans to come to terms with Klopp’s farewell at the end of the season, the attention turns towards who will succeed him this summer. We take a look at the three favourites below. Bet on Manager Specials with William Hill Xabi Alonso 4/6 On the day of the announcement, Xabi Alonso was already made the favourite to take over in the summer from Klopp. The Spaniard has taken the Bundesliga by storm this season with Bayer Leverkusen, who are currently top of the league by eight points, set to lift their first ever first division trophy. Naturally, as an ex-Liverp ..read more
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FA Cup Round 5 Preview: United face battle at City Ground
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by News Team
2d ago
Following the drama of the Carabao Cup, we turn our attention to the FA Cup 5th round where 16 teams remain to battle it out in the primary English knockout competition. We preview two of the upcoming fixtures below. Bet on the FA Cup with William Hill Blackburn Rovers v Newcastle United – Tuesday 20:00   Blackburn face off against their FA Cup bogey team Newcastle, who have eliminated them from seven of their nine FA Cup ties – most recently a 4-2 defeat at home in a third-round replay in 2018/19. Newcastle enter the fixture as 1/2 favourites and, given they have progressed from each of ..read more
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High Press Episode 19: League Cup Final Preview
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by Eilon.Sabag@888williamhill.com
1w ago
High Press Episode 19: Episode 19 of High Press focuses on this weekend’s League Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool at Wembley. Host Alison Bender is joined by Anne-Marie Batson, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Charlie Wyett to give their match predictions and look at how a win would impact both clubs. Can Pochettino win his first English trophy? Starting with what the fixture means to Mauricio Pochettino at Chelsea, Wyett says, “It’s massive for Pochettino, massive for Chelsea. He’s obviously a manager who’s still looking for that first trophy in England… “It’s been a more difficult season than wh ..read more
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Lee Phelps’ Premier League picks: United to get by without Hojlund
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by News Team
1w ago
It’s another good Saturday of Premier League action. Manchester United should win their fifth straight league match at Old Trafford against Fulham – you have to go back to August 12th to find the Cottagers last away win in the top flight. The big issue is they’re missing Rasmus Hojlund. His goal involvements account for nearly half of United’s haul in their last six matches, but I think there’s enough confidence in the side and goals from other angles to get the three points. The odds-on price doesn’t excite me too much, but neither do United’s chances of keeping a clean sheet, so a home win w ..read more
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League Cup Final preview: Wembley showdown to go the distance
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by News Team
1w ago
The first domestic final of the season is upon us and the anticipation is growing for this Wembley spectacle! As the iconic stage prepares to host this hotly awaited clash between Chelsea and Liverpool, join us in previewing the final, with the latest news, key trends, and the unforgettable moments that will shape the narrative of this encounter. We preview Sunday’s Final below. Bet on Football with William Hill Sterling can strike first blow Chelsea have won this competition five times in their history, most recently in 2015 when defeating Tottenham Hotspur two goals to nil. Diego Costa was a ..read more
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Premier League Betting Preview: Who you got this weekend?
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by News Team
1w ago
Liverpool and Man City picked up midweek wins to keep the Premier League title race extremely interesting. With the Reds in EFL Cup final action on Sunday, City and third-placed Arsenal have the chance to cut Liverpool’s lead with wins this weekend. City travel to Bournemouth on Saturday evening, while Arsenal host Newcastle a few hours later. Elsewhere, there’s a huge game at the bottom as Crystal Palace host Burnley in Oliver Glasner’s first match in charge of the Eagles. Will he make a winning start? As always, we’ll have great offers on all the action, including Nicole Holliday’s picks, En ..read more
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Lee Phelps’ Champions League Picks: Arsenal to pinch first-leg lead
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by News Team
1w ago
As we reach the final matchday of the Champions League Round of 16 fixtures, William Hill’s Lee Phelps gives his picks on the remaining two fixtures in the draw. Porto v Arsenal – 20:00 Arsenal are trying to get past this stage of the Champions League for the first time in eight attempts and have the form and goals to do it. Despite the fact no-one seems to be rating their chances of winning a trophy, I think they can go deep here. Porto are traditionally good on home soil, but struggle on the road, so a result for Mikel Arteta’s team tonight would obviously be huge. They’re 4/6 to win though ..read more
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