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Monday, 22 October, 2018

Gareth Bale 6-1 for summer Man United switch

Wales face Uruguay in China Cup final

Gareth Bale has had a frustrating season at Real Madrid
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Gareth Bale etched his name into Welsh football history, breaking Ian Rush’s national goalscoring record thanks to Thursday’s hat-trick against China, but there is less certainty over his future at club level.

Sky Bet make Bale 4-5 to still be a Real Madrid player after the summer transfer window while he is 10-11 to leave the Spanish giants.

However, Betfair go 1-5 that the Welshman stays in Madrid, 6-1 about a summer switch to Manchester United and 12-1 about a return to Tottenham.

Bale is 33-1 to start next season at Paris St-Germain and 40-1 with Sky Bet to move to a Chinese club.

Wales will face Uruguay in the final of the China Cup at 11.35am on Monday morning as the South Americans defeated the Czech Republic 2-0.

Star strikers Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani scored the goals with Suarez converting a penalty – a positive for punters tempted by his World Cup Golden Boot odds of 25-1.

Goals from MirandaPhilippe Coutinho and Paulinho gave Brazil a 3-0 friendly win over World Cup hosts Russia.

Tite’s men, missing injured star Neymar, are 5-1 to become world champions this summer and 23-10 to win Tuesday’s friendly against Germany in Berlin.


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Paul Clement has been confirmed as Jaap Stam’s successor as Reading manager and the former Swansea boss takes over with the Royals 20th in the Sky Bet Championship – just three points above the relegation zone.

Reading are 7-1 to go down and Clement’s reign kicks off with a home fixture against QPR next weekend.

Charlton take on Plymouth in League One under the temporary stewardship of Lee Bowyer and Johnnie Jackson.

Bowyer is 5-4 with Sky Bet to get the job on a permanent basis after Karl Robinson’s departure but Crawley boss Harry Kewell is 4-6 favourite to take charge at The Valley.


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Goals from Miranda, Philippe Coutinho and Paulinho gave Brazil a 3-0 friendly win over World Cup hosts Russia
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