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David Moyes cut to evens for Celtic job

David Moyes has been cut into evens (from 11-8) by leading bookmaker Coral to be the next permanent Celtic manager after the firm took a flurry of bets on the Scot in the last 24 hours. Former Bhoys boss Neil Lennon is second best in the market at 3-1, while Roy Keane can be backed at 8-1 to make a return to Celtic Park.

Elsewhere, Coral is quoting 4-6 that Jack Wilshere makes the England squad for Euro 2016 after making his return to action as substitute for Arsenal against Sunderland, while the Gunner is 2-1 to start for the Three Lions in their opener against Russia.

Everton boss Roberto Martinez is 4-7 with Coral not to be in charge of Everton for the opening game of the 2016/17 Premier League season, while he can be backed at 5-4 to still be at Goodison Park for that game.

**Next Celtic manager

Evs David Moyes, 3 Neil Lennon, Steve Clarke, 6 Michael O’Neill, 8 Roy Keane, 10 Steve Evans, Malky Mackay, Gavin Strachan, 12 Henrik Larsson, Brendan Rodgers, Alan Stubbs, 16 Bar.

**Roberto Martinez to be Everton manager for the opening game of the 2016/17 season

5-4 Yes, 4-7 No

**Next Everton manager

7-4 David Moyes, 6 Roberto Mancini, Manuel Pellegrini, 8 Marcelo Bielsa, 12 Jose Mourinho, 14 Duncan Ferguson, Alan Stubbs, 16 Eddie Howe, 20 Bar.

*Premier League specials

**Top Premier League goalscorer

4-9 Harry Kane, 2 Sergio Aguero, 14 Jamie Vardy, 100 Romelu Lukaku

**LMA Manager of the Year

1-6 Claudio Ranieri, 7-2 Mauricio Pochettino, 33 Arsene Wenger, Manuel Pellegrini, 50 Eddie Howe, 66 Bar.

**To finish third

11-10 Arsenal, 2 Manchester City, 12-5 Manchester United, 25 Tottenham, 40 Bar.

**To finish fourth

11-10 Manchester City, 2 Arsenal, 4 Manchester United, 14 Liverpool, 22West Ham, 25 Bar.

*Manager specials

**Jose Mourinho’s next club

1-3 Manchester United, 13-10 PSG, 16 Real Madrid, 20 England, 25 Inter Milan, Juventus, 28 Arsenal, 33 Bar.

** Louis van Gaal to be manager of Manchester United in their first Premier League game of the 2016/17 season.

5-2 Yes, 1-4 No

**Arsene Wenger to be manager of Arsenal in their first Premier League game of the 2016/17 season

1-4 Yes, 5-2 No

**Next Aston Villa manager

8-11 Nigel Pearson, 9-2 Simon Grayson, 5 David Moyes, 8 Steve Bruce, 14 Mick McCarthy, Neil Warnock, 20 Ian Holloway, 25 Chris Coleman, Gareth Southgate, Ryan Giggs, 33 Bar.

**Next England manager

7 Gary Neville, 8 Eddie Howe, 9 Alan Pardew, 10 Jose Mourinho, Brendan Rodgers, 16 David Moyes, Gareth Southgate, Arsene Wenger, 25 Glen Hoddle, Gareth Southgate, 33 Bar.

**Next Manchester United manager

1-3 Jose Mourinho, 3 Mauricio Pochettino, 5 Laurent Blanc, 11-2 Ryan Giggs, 14 Ronald Koeman, 28 Diego Simeone, 33 Bar.

*Transfer specials

**Gareth Bale’s next club

4-5 Manchester United, 5 Chelsea, 7 Bayern Munich, Manchester City, 10 PSG, 33 Liverpool, 40 Arsenal, Juventus, Tottenham.

**Saido Berahino’s next club

6-5 Tottenham, 5-2 Stoke, 5 Newcastle, 12 Chelsea, 16 Southampton, West Ham, 18 Everton, 20 Arsenal, Leicester, Swansea, 22 Manchester United, 25 Bar.

**Antoine Griezmann’s next club

2 Chelsea, 4 Manchester City, PSG, 9-2 Bayern Munich, 8 Barcelona, Manchester United, 10 Real Madrid, 16 Arsenal, 20 Juventus.

**Eden Hazard’s next club

4-7 Real Madrid, 2 PSG, 15-2 Barcelona, 8 Bayern Munich, Manchester City, 16 Juventus, Manchester United, 20 Arsenal.

**Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s club after summer transfer window

9-4 Manchester United, 3 PSG, 8 Chelsea, 10 LA Galaxy, Any Chinese club, 12 AC Milan, 20 Arsenal, 25 New York City FC, New York City Red Bulls, 33 Bar.

**Harry Kane’s next club

7-4 Manchester United, Real Madrid, 6 Barcelona, Manchester City, 8 Chelsea.

**Cristiano Ronaldo’s next club

Evs Manchester United, 2 PSG, 8 sporting Lisbon, 10 Bayern Munich, 14 Chelsea, 16 LA Galaxy, Manchester City, 80 Barcelona.

**John Stones’ next club

Evs Chelsea, 9-4 Manchester City, 4 Manchester United, 14 Barcelona, 20 Arsenal, Real Madrid, 33 PSG.

**John Terry’s next club

3 New York Red Bulls, 4 LA Galaxy, Manchester United, 11-2 New York City FC, 6 Any Chinese club, 10 Orlando City, 12 Portland Timbers, PSG, 14 Colombus Crew, Vancouver Whitecaps, 20 Bar.

*Euro 2016 specials

**Top England scorer

7-4 Harry Kane, 9-2 Jamie Vardy, 5 Wayne Rooney, 7 Daniel Sturridge, Danny Welbeck, 10 Dele Alli, 16 Theo Walcott, 18 Raheem Sterling, 25 Bar.

**To make England Euro 2016 squad

1-50 Joe Hart, 1-25 Harry Kane, 1-16 Fraser Forster, Wayne Rooney, 1-14 Jamie Vardy, 1-12 Gary Chaill, Chris Smalling, 1-10 Dele Alli, James Milner, 1-9 Raheem Sterling, 1-8 Ross Barkley, 1-6 Eric Dier, Danny Rose, John Stones, 1-5 Nathaniel Clyne, Adam Lallana, Daniel Sturridge, 1-4 Danny Welbeck, 1-3 Ryan Bertrand, 4-9 Tom Heaton, 1-2 Danny Drinkwater, Phil Jagielka, 4-7 Ben Foster, 8-13 Theo Walcott, 4-6 Jordan Henderson, Kyle Walker, Jack Wilshere, 11-8 Phil Jones, 6-4 Fabian Delph, 5-2 Leighton Baines, 3 Michael Carrick, 4 Alex Oxlader-Chamberlain, Luke Shaw, 6 Kieran Gibbs, 8 Jonjo Shelvey, 10 Andy Carroll, Marcus Rashford, Andros Townsend, 16 Bar.

**To start vs Russia in England’s Euro 2016 opener

1-25 Joe Hart, 1-12 Harry Kane, 1-4 Dele Alli, Chris Smalling, 1-3 Eric Dier, 4-11 Gary Cahill, 1-2 Raheem Sterling, 8-13 Nathaniel Clyne, Danny Rose, 4-6 Wayne Rooney, 8-11 James Milner, 10-11 Danny Welbeck, Evs John Stones, 5-4 Adam Lallana, Kyle Walker, 7-4 Ross Barkley, Jamie Vardy, 2 Danny Drinkwater, Jordan Henderson, Daniel Sturridge, Jack Wilshere, 9-4 Ryan Bertrand, 3 Theo Walcott, 5 Phil Jagielka, 7 Leighton Baines, 8 Phil Jones, 10 Bar.

**England to be knocked out on penalties

7-1

*Other specials

**Ballon d’or winner 2016

5-4 Cristiano Ronaldo, 6-4 Lionel Messi,  12 Gareth Bale, Luis Suarez, 14 Neymar, 16 Thomas Muller, 20 Antoine Griezmann, 25 Paul Pogba, 33 Bar.

**Who will host the 2026 World Cup?

4 Canada, 13-2 Mexico, 13-2 Colombia, 8 USA, 12 England, 16 Morocco, 20 Australia/New Zealand, 33 Kazakhstan.

ENDS

Further contact information:

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