Premier League Title Odds

Manchester City 1.18
Manchester United 18.50
Chelsea 26.00
Tottenham Hotspur 30.00
Liverpool 65.00
Arsenal 80.00
*Correct as of 17:00 18/11

Arsenal picked up their first victory against Spurs since 2014 in the early kick-off on Saturday in a typically controversial North London Derby. Referee Mike Dean was arguably to blame for the first goal after giving a questionable decision against Davinson Sanchez while it was the other Sanchez - Alexis - that netted the second for the Gunners to cap off a dominant display by the home side.

As a result, Mauricio Pochettino's men moved from 17.50 to win the title to 30.00.

In the 3pm kick-offs, Eddie Howe's Bournemouth continued their resurgence with a resounding victory against Huddersfield, the Cherries have now put some much needed distance between themselves and the bottom three heading into a trio of vital games against Swansea, Burnley and Southampton. David Wagner's side meanwhile have seen their good start to the season drop off somewhat and are 2.34 from [3.04] for relegation.

Likewise West Brom were sent hurtling towards the drop zone courtesy of a 4-0 Chelsea demolition are are now 3.20 to be plying their trade in the Championship next season.
Tony Pulis was a man under severe pressure before kick off and he may not find himself at the Baggies helm for much longer.

Premier League Relegation Odds

Swansea 1.47
Crystal Palace 1.87
Huddersfield 2.34
West Brom 3.20
West Ham 3.35
*Correct as of 17:00 18/11

It was a relatively subdued afternoon for Pep Guardiola's 'Invincibles Part Two' with just the two goals scored against Leicester City. They're the second team in Premier League history to win their first six away games in a campaign and are 1.18 from 1.21 to clinch the title.

Selhurst Park hosted arguably one of the most entertaining games of the day with David Unsworth's Everton fighting back for a 2-2 draw at Crystal Palace... before the half-time whistle.

The action cooled somewhat in the second half and frustratingly for both managers, a point doesn't do much for either side in their bid to stave off relegation. According to Opta, only one team in Premier League history - Everton in 1994/95 - has survived relegation with a haul of five or less points from their opening 12 games; not something Eagles fans will want to dwell upon but the 1.87 available may be a touch of value. 

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