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Bookies salute 10,169/1 Hughes 7-timer on wonderful day for punters

Champion jockey shoo-in failed to win just one of eight races at Windsor

Ladbrokes undecided whether Mancini will see red this season

The Italian's tendency to lose his rag on the touchline could well see him sent to the stands

Arsenal save bookies on busiest Super Sunday of season so far

Man Utd are now favourites for the Premier League after Man City's home draw with Arsenal

Never Say Never with Justin Bieber starring in 50 Shades

Justin Bieber joked about playing the lead role on The Jonathan Ross Show

Heavy backing shortens Johnson’s prices to be Prime Minister

London mayor now also stand alone favourite to be next Tory leader

England looking strong for flawless qualification campaign

Moldovan demolition causes Ladbrokes to slash odds on Three Lions

Ladbrokes commission survey to coincide with Chris Kamara ad

A survey of 2,000 people has shown forgetting names are a big embarrassment

Ladbrokes take biggest ever CBB bet on Clary victory

One punter has staked £15,000 on the TV funnyman winning Celebrity Big Brother

The Price is right for Flintoff

Former England captain to swap the square for the ring

Sunderland backed to rock Gunners in Premier League opener

With Robin Van Persie's departure punters are siding with the underdog at The Emirates

What next for Bolt? 1/5 he lines up in Rio for Olympics

It is 25/1 that Usain Bolt is Prime Minister of Jamaica by 2050

Hope Powell’s women slashed to win Olympic gold in London

You can also back Team GB to break yet another attendance record

China fancied to take home most Olympic gold medals

China have enjoyed the best start in the aquatics events

Redgrave heavily odds-on for Olympic gold number six

David Beckham is also being supported to light the cauldron at the opening ceremony

Old Firm bank pays eight per cent interest on season-long investment

Celtic and Rangers newco are both massively short prices to win their respective divisions

Haye and Chisora bout to break British betting records

In-play boxing records could be broken if the Upton Park fight goes into the later rounds

Gosling favourite to star in box office version of 50 Shades of Grey

While it is Mila Kunis that leads the market to play Anastasia Steele

Odds of a 2012 election halve as coalition unrest continues

But Nick Clegg is still expected to lead the Lib Dems at the next general election

Murray 1/7 to never win Wimbledon and 4/1 to be sponsored by Kleenex

Attentions now turn to the Olympics where Murray has a second chance of victory in London

England to washout Australia in cricket before the rain does

Ladbrokes are offering the top price on all England top runscorers for Old Trafford

Murray set to serve up a winner for patient patriotic punters

Up to 20,000 in-play bets are expected per set in the men's Wimbledon final

Fury targets Klitschko and is 4/1 to be heavyweight champ by 2014

Tyson Fury hardly put a foot or punch wrong against Vinny Maddalone

Theo & Robin 2/1 to link up next season at Arsenal or elsewhere

Robin Van Persie and Theo Walcott are both on the brink of leaving Arsenal

10/1 that FA Cup final is decided by goal line technology

THE ODDS of a goal being awarded via goal-line technology next season have been slashed by Ladbrokes. The bookies have cut the odds that the development is introduced for kick off next season to 6/4 (from 5/2) following the news that the Hawk Eye & Goal Ref systems have been approved. It’s virtually assured that... Read more »

Rooney to spend the summer on the racecourse after first winner

Co-owned by Wayne Rooney, Yourartisonfire was a winner at Haydock

Celtic cut to 1/33 for SPL 2012/13 in what looks one-horse race

Celtic's chances are increased by Rangers newco being rejected entry by other clubs

Barclays banking on Jenkins after Diamond resignation

Anthony Jenkins and Bill Winters head the list of possible replacements at Barclays

Rain expected to fall throughout July and during Olympic ceremony

Some punters may even expect this July to be the wettest ever on record

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