BODOG have reacted to the furore caused by Karren Brady's newspaper column by putting out prices on which club will be handed the Olympic Stadium.
West Ham director Brady suggested David Beckham's arrival at White Hart Lane was linked to the club's attempt to move to the new venue.
That of course was denied and bodog make the Hammers 4-6 favourites to be chosen ahead of 11-10 Spurs.
Staying with Becks and bodog go 4-5 the club will be lower in the table when he leaves than when he started training. Higher is 2-1 and the same 7-4.
Thierry Henry is training at former club Arsenal and they are 7-4 with bodog to be lower in the table when he returns to the States, 11-10 to be higher and 1-1 the same.
Bodog make title challengers Man City, who drew a blank at Arsenal recently, 9-2 not to score at Man United on February 12 and at Chelsea on March 19. Here's one I like – Edin Dzeko is 4-1 with Ladbrokes to outscore Wayne Rooney in the Premier League this season.
Rooney is 1-6 to add to his current tally of two and stay ahead of Man City's new signing while it's 10-1 a tie. If Dzeko translates his excellent Bundesliga scoring record to the Premiership he could easily score eight goals or more which is a 9-2 shot. It's 6-4 he manages between five and seven and it's 10-1 he either fails to score or only nets once.
William Hill still make Arsenal the Carling Cup favourites despite their semi-final first leg defeat to Ipswich. The Gunners are 8-15 ahead of 4-1 West Ham, 9-2 Birmingham and 12-1 Ipswich. Arsenal are 1-5 to knock out the Championship men who are 10-3 and I expect Birmingham to overcome their one-goal deficit and beat West Ham.
Kenny Dalglish has been lengthened from 10-11 odds-on favourite to 5-4 by William Hill to get the Liverpool manager's job on a permanent basis after his side failed to beat Blackpool. And Hills have cut Liverpool from 25-1 to 20-1 to finish in the top four. They are 6-4 to finish between fifth and seventh and 6-5 for eighth to 10th.