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Premier League, FA, Carling & UEFA Cup Odds

Those of you who like the odd flutter can check out the very latest Manchester City odds for this seasons Premier League, FA, Carling & UEFA Cup competitions.

City to win the Premier League

William Hill, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power and several other bookmakers are offering 200/1 while Coral, BetFred and totesport are offering 250/1.

Relegation

The majority of bookies suggest 12/1 while SkyBet are offering odds of 33/1.

Win the FA Cup

The best you will find will be 25/1 at BetFred, Bet365 and PartyBets

Carling Cup

Bet365 are offering a massive 25/1 for City to win the Cup while the others are in the 12/1 - 16/1 range.

UEFA Cup

I can only find four bookies who are offering odds against Manchester City winning the UEFA Cup.

Paddy Power - 28/1 - Coral & SkyBet - 25/1 and finally BetFair who are offering a miserable 18/1.

Whatever you do, bet sensibly!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday July 5 2008
Time: 6:14PM

Comments

0
so the bookies reckon you'll win nowt then!
merlin
05/07/2008 20:45:00
0
What year was it, oh yes 1976. Only 32 years & counting...
storagematt
05/07/2008 21:36:00
0
You won't have to count much longer.
alphieblues
06/07/2008
0
Several bookies offering 7-1 for us to win the league without the self proclaimed big 4. May be worth a punt!!
oliverblue
06/07/2008 06:57:00
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