..

Chelsea Odds to Win the 2011 – 2012 Premier League

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Jun/21/2011
Chelsea Odds to Win the 2011

Chelsea odds to win the 2011 – 2012 Premier League were set at 11/4 at a number of British online bookmakers.  Quite a few were offering odds of 5/2.  We hate to say it but William Hill was offering some of the worst odds on Chelsea at 9/4.  Our other sponsor, 888Sport.com did have Chelsea at 11/4 odds.  These odds are subject to change and Gambling911.com encourages punters to lock them in as early as possible. 

120x60 £

Manchester United was the 7/4 favorite.  Man City came in with 3/1 odds.  Liverpool was at 11/1 and Arsenal 15/2.

André Villas-Boas was set to take over as Manager of Chelsea.  He previously worked as an assistant under Mourinho at Chelsea with the responsibility for compiling "incredibly detailed scouting dossiers, both in video and in print". 

A Chelsea spokesman said on Monday: "We hope to be able to make an announcement regarding the new manager in the next few days or so, but until then we will not be commenting further on the speculation surrounding that appointment."

His former club, Porto, has already announced Villas-Boas decision to leave.

"Porto can inform the stock market that FC Porto has received notification from its coach André Villas-Boas, of the intention to resign with immediate effect. As such his employment contract shall be considered rescinded upon deposit of the stipulated amount."

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

Football News News

RB Leipzig vs. Atletico Madrid Tips, Betting Odds Champions League 13 August

RB Leipzig vs. Atletico Madrid Tips, Betting Odds Champions League 13 August

Champions League betting is available with RB Leipzig (5/2) v Atletico Madrid  (5/4) Draw (2/1). Betting markets, odds and tips are can be found here

FanDuel "Act of God" Clause Could Cancel College Football Futures

FanDuel "Act of God" Clause Could Cancel College Football Futures

Many sportsbooks have stopped taking bets on college football in light of the Big 10 and PAC 12 cancelling their fall seasons.

With the Big 10 and PAC 12 officially cancelling their college football slate this fall, one has to wonder how this will impact the sportsbooks bottom line.  Of course, attempts to play in the spring would likely more than make up for any losses down the road.

The Impact on Sportsbooks With Big 10, PAC 12 Cancelling Fall Season

With the Big 10 and PAC 12 officially cancelling their college football slate this fall, one has to wonder how this will impact the sportsbooks bottom line.  Of course, attempts to play in the spring would likely more than make up for any losses down the road.

Will There Be College Football This Fall?  Live Coverage

Will There Be College Football This Fall? Live Coverage

The Big 10 Presidents were set to meet at 10:30 am ET to discuss whether they will have fall football.  Should they decide not to, the Pac-12 is likely to follow.  Among the remaining three Power 5 teams, the Big 12 has stayed quiet while both the SEC and AAC are leaning more towards playing.  Throwing a monkey wrench into the situation, some Big 10 teams like Nebraska have said they are willing to play elsewhere should the conference cancel. 

Atalanta vs. Paris Saint-Germain

Atalanta vs. Paris Saint-Germain Tips, Betting Odds Champions League 12 August

Champions League betting is available with Atalanta (5/2) v PSG (1) Draw (3/1). Betting markets, odds and tips are here.

Syndicate