22/1 for Villa to win FA Cup and finish in top 4 but just 16/1 for Spurs to do the same
Monday 8th March 2010 – A second-half resurgence against Reading saw Aston Villa through to the semi-final stage of the FA Cup and Boylesports have made it 22/1 for an FA Cup win / Champions League place double triumph for the West Midlands side. Harry Redknapp’s Tottenham were held at Fulham, but their odds for an equivalent double celebration are just 16/1.
Martin O’Neill’s team will meet Chelsea in the FA Cup semis and should Spurs make it through they face the easier prospect of Portsmouth. Boylesports are also offering odds on which teams will meet in the final, making Chelsea v Tottenham the most likely match-up at 15/8. Aston Villa and Spurs are 9/2 to meet in the final at Wembley.
“Villa looked fantastic in the second 45 minutes on Sunday, but O’Neill would have hoped to avoid Chelsea in the next round,” comments Boylesports Head of PR Leon Blanche. “Despite not yet qualifying for the semi-finals, you can see how much shorter Spurs’ are to win the cup and qualify for Europe’s top club competition – partly because they appear to be in a stronger position in the league, partly because they aren’t due to meet Chelsea until the Cup final.”
Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur Specials
Aston Villa FA Cup / Premier League Double
Villa Win The FA Cup & Finish In Top 4 22/1
Villa Win The FA Cup & Not Finish In Top 4 5/1
Villa Not Win The FA Cup & Finish In Top 4 9/2
Villa Not Win The FA Cup & Not Finish In Top 4 4/11
Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup / Premier League Double
Spurs Win The FA Cup & Finish In Top 4 16/1
Spurs Win The FA Cup & Not Finish In Top 4 10/3
Spurs Not Win The FA Cup & Finish In Top 4 5/1
Spurs Not Win The FA Cup & Not Finish In Top 4 1/2
Aston Villa v Tottenham – Season Match Bet
Who Will Finish In The Highest Position In The 2009/2010 Premier League?
Aston Villa EVS
When Will Aston Villa Be Eliminated From The 2009/2010 FA Cup?
Semi Final Loser 4/11
Runners Up 9/2
When Will Tottenham Be Eliminated From The 2009/2010 FA Cup?
Quarter Final Loser 2/1
Semi Final Loser 10/3
Runners Up 12/5
FA Cup 2009/2010 Specials
Name The Finalists
Chelsea & Tottenham 15/8
Chelsea & Portsmouth 5/2
Aston Villa & Tottenham 9/2
Aston Villa & Portsmouth 6/1
Chelsea & Fulham 13/2
Aston Villa & Fulham 14/1
Champions League Specials
Will More Goals Be Scored In Tuesday’s Or Wednesday’s Champions League Games? (90 Minutes Only)
Tuesday’s Games 7/4
Wednesday’s Games 10/11
How Many Of This Week’s 4 Champions League Matches Will Go To Extra Time?
0 Games 3/10
Exactly 1 5/2
2 Or More 20/1
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