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Sanchez favourite to be next 'home' manager to go, but:
WILL THE MIDNIGHT CHIMES TOLL FOR THE END OF THE McCLAREN ERA?
William Hill are offering odds of 13/2 that Steve McClaren will cease to be England manager before midnight on Saturday, following England's game against Israel.
McClaren is 2/1 with Hills to be out of his job when the Euro 2008 finals get underway and England are 2/5 to qualify for those finals and 7/4 not to
And Hills have already installed Martin O'Neill and Terry Venables as 5/1 joint favourites to succeed McClaren as permanent manager of the England side. Stuart Pearce is 6/1 third favourite with Hills who also offer 8/1 Curbishley; Scolari; 10/1 Allardyce; Coppell; 12/1 Mourinho; 14/1Alan Shearer.
Meanwhile, McClaren has been installed as 5/1 third favourite to be the next 'home' international boss to leave his role, with Hills making Lawrie Sanchez of Northern Ireland 10/11 favourite ahead of the Republic's Steve Staunton, who is 13/8 second favourite while John Toshack of Wales is 7/1 and 'new boy' Alex McLeish of Scotland the 20/1 outsider.
William Hill are quoting England at 11/10 to keep a double clean sheet in their two Euro qualifiers against Israel and Andorra. They are 2/1 to concede just one goal in the two games; 7/2 two; 8/1 three; 40/1 four or more.
Andy Johnson is a 1/ 2 chance with William Hill to start both of England's Euro qualifiers against both Israel and Andorra. He is 6/4 to fail to start both, and Hills offer 9/4 that David Nugent will play any part in the Israel game.
Hills have also opened a book on how many goals England will score in the two goals and offer 5/2 for three or less; 11/10 for 4 - 6; and 7/4 seven or over.
England are 8/11 to take all six points from the two games; 7/4 to take four; 7/2 three; 25/1 two; 25/1 one; 250/1 none.
William Hill have opened a book on whether certain England players will play the whole game against Israel at the weekend. The bets depend on the players starting, and Hills offer 1/5 that Jamie Carragher will last the whole game, 10/3 that he doesn't; 1/4 that Steven Gerrard will, 11/4 that he won't; 2/7 Owen Hargreaves does; 5/2 he doesn't; 1/ 2 Rooney does, 6/4 doesn't; 5/6 Johnson does; 5/6 he doesn't.
William Hill have installed England as 8/11 favourites to win their vital Euro qualifying game in Israel this weekend - with the home side 7/2 and the draw a 21/10 chance.
***ENGLAND UNDER 21s, who 'christen' the Wembley pitch on Saturday with their game against their Italian equivalents are 6/5 favourites to win the game with Hills who make the draw 2/1 and an Italian win 2/1.
WHAT PRICE SCOTLAND AND WALES TO QUALIFY?
Scotland are also favourites, at 4/11 to beat 7/1 shots Georgia, 11/4 the draw. Scotland are 13/2 to make it to the Euro finals and 1/14 not to. Hills have opened a book on how many points Scotland will pick up from their two matches against Georgia and Italy and offer 10/1 none; 4/1 one; 14/1 two; 4/5 three; 7/2 four; 10/1 six.
SCOTLAND IN EUROPE
1 Will Scotland Qualify for the Euro 2008 finals?
YES 13/2 NO 1/14
2 Scotland plays Georgia on Saturday and Italy next week. How many points
will Scotland take from these 2 games?
3 Head to Head. To score most goals on Saturday
4/9 BOYD v ARVELADZE 13/8
(Bets void if it is a draw, both players must start)
4 Saturday to score any time in 90 minutes.
5 To score a hatrick on Saturday
Hills make Republic of Ireland 4/6 to beat Wales, 7/2, with the draw 23/10 while N Ireland are 1/3 to win against Liechtenstein who are 7/1 with the draw 3/1. William Hill have opened a book on how many points Wales will take from their two Euro games against the Republic and San Marino and offer 33/1 none; 10/1 one; 25/1 two; 8/11 three; 11/5 four; 4/1 six.
Republic are 7/1 to qualify; Wales 8/1 and N Ireland 8/1.
LATEST WILLIAM HILL EURO 2008 ODDS; 6/1 Germany; 13/2 Italy; 71 Holland; France; England; 9 Spain; 14 Portugal; 16 Switzerland; 20 Czech Rep; Croatia; 25 Sweden; 33 Turkey; Russia; 40 Denmark, Greece; 50 Austria; Romania; Serbia; Ukraine. 150 Rep Ireland; 200 Scotland; 750 Wales; 1000 N Ireland.
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