Odds suggest Terry could play huge part in Villa’s promotion bid

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John Terry will play a huge part in Aston Villa’s Premier League promotion push next season, according to the latest odds. 

The former Chelsea captain completed a move to the West Midlands outfit today and we’ve reacted by going just 1/3 he plays 30+ league games for his new club next season.

We’re also offering odds of 2/5 on Terry grabbing two or more goals next term, while 7/4 says he wins promotion with Aston Villa at any stage in his career.

A mid-season Villa Park exit looks unlikely at 6/1, and there’s even less chance of Terry taking over from Steve Bruce as boss for the 2018-19 season (20/1).

And with Villa set to kick-off their campaign at home against Hull City, it’s just 5/1 the former England skipper gets on the scoresheet.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Villa fans must still be pinching themselves, but the fact of the matter is that Terry is now officially now one of their own – and our traders reckon he’ll play a huge part in his new side’s promotion push next season.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

John Terry Specials

To play 30+ Championship games next season – 1/3

To score 2+ Championship goals next season – 2/5

To win promotion with Aston Villa – 7/4

To score on his debut v Hull City – 5/1

To leave Aston Villa in January 2018 – 6/1

To succeed Steve Bruce as manager in 2018-19 season – 20/1

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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William Geldart

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