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William Hill Prem Predictor tips – how to try and win £50 million

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William Hill are giving away £50 million if you can predict the Premier League standings next season

*STOP PRESS* This competition is now CLOSED although you can enjoy an exclusive free £50 bet with William Hill by clicking here

Wow. William Hill are putting up a life-changing amount of money ahead of the 2015/16 Premier League season, with their Prem Predictor game giving new and existing customers the chance to land themselves a life-changing £50 million.

Hills have guaranteed that anyone able to predict the right finishing order of the 2015/16 Premier League table will walk away with this incredible amount of money – the same amount of cash that Manchester City paid Liverpool for Raheem Sterling!

So, how do you play the Prem Predictor?
Click here to register a William Hill account (or log in)
Enter the promotional code P20 when signing up
Place £10 and get £20 free

Then you have a chance to play the game! It will cost you £2 per entry for the Prem Predictor game and we have some handy tips for how to select your finishing order.

Prem Predictor Tips
Let’s start with some assumptions. Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal will finish top four. And Chelsea will win the league.

We’ll have Liverpool and Tottenham in fifth and sixth place respectively. And then we’ll have Southampton, Stoke, Everton and Crystal Palace making up the top ten.

For 11th to 14th place, we’ll go for Swansea City, Newcastle United, West Brom and Norwich City, while 15th to 17th will feature Sunderland, West Ham and Bournemouth.

That leaves Watford, Leicester City and Aston Villa in the relegation zone – sorry guys but we have to consign someone to virtual relegation and we’re not convinced by any of the above chances of survival.

So that leaves us with a Prem Predictor of:

Chelsea
Arsenal
Manchester City
Manchester United
Liverpool
Tottenham
Crystal Palace
Stoke City
Southampton
Everton
Swansea City
West Brom
Norwich City
Newcastle United
Bournemouth
West Ham
Sunderland
Watford
Aston Villa
Leicester City

Naturally, this is a very difficult assignment for the £50 million although we think the teams are all in the right sort of places to mount a serious challenge with this entry.

There are stacks of betting markets to enjoy and we wouldn’t put anyone off the Leicester City at 14/1 to finish bottom of the Premier League with William Hill.

We also like Crystal Palace in the “without big six” market at odds of 12/1, with Yohan Cabaye arriving at Selhurst Park recently and Alan Pardew having waved a magic wand with Newcastle United and then the Eagles last season.

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