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Redknapp still expected to take over England job

| 04.04.2011

HARRY REDKNAPP is 25/1 with Ladbrokes to mastermind Tottenham to Champions League glory this season then go on to manage the England side, according to Ladbrokes.

The firm have priced up a series of specials in advance of Spurs’ clash with Real Madrid and it’s 9/2 The Special One takes over as the next manager at White Hart Lane (16/1 he is sent to the stands during the match).

Adebayor is a 10/1 shot to be sent off in either leg of the tie with the same price applying should Gareth Bale sign for Madrid this summer.

Despite losing their unbeaten record at the weekend, Real are 4/9 to win the first leg of the tie, with Spurs 13/2. Madrid are also favoured to qualify at 1/3 (Tottenham 11/5) which ties in with the 1/2 quote that they face Barcelona in the semi-final.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “Harry has been thought of as an ideal England manager for some time now and should he steer Spurs to the Champions League we’d be forced to slash his price for the role. The odds are stacked against Tottenham but we just can’t rule them out on the basis of their exploits in the competition so far.”

Ladbrokes latest betting
Real Madrid – 4/9
Draw – 16/5
Tottenham – 13/2

To qualify
Real Madrid – 1/3
Tottenham – 11/5

To score first
C Ronaldo – 5/2
G Higuain – 3/1
E Adebayor – 7/2
A Morata – 11/2
M Ozil – 6/1
A Di Maria – 7/1
Canales – 9/1
E Granero – 9/1
P Leon – 9/1
R Van der Vaart – 9/1
J Defoe – 10/1
P Crouch – 11/1
R Pavlyuchenko – 12/1

Match specials
El Classico! Barcelona – Real Madrid Champions league semi-final – 1/2
Jose Mourinho to be next Tottenham manager – 9/2
Adebayor to be sent off at anytime in tie v Tottenham – 10/1
Bale hat-trick v Real Madrid 05/04/11 – 125/1
Mourinho to be sent to the stands v Tottenham 05/04/11 – 16/1
Redknapp to win the Champions League – 2010/11 & to be the next England manager – 25/1
Gareth Bale to sign for Real Madrid in the summer transfer window – 10/1

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.