Liverpool remain the 1.82 favourites in the Premier League Winner market after coming from behind to beat Crystal Palace 4-3 on Saturday afternoon while Manchester City stay four points adrift after their 0-3 victory at Huddersfield.
It was a far from comfortable afternoon for Jurgen Klopp's Reds however as they trailed Palace by the only goal of the game - scored by Andros Townsend - at half-time, and they briefly traded at around the 2.00 mark to win the title as the prospect of dropping at least two points loomed large.
But normal service was resumed - albeit briefly - in quick-fire fashion in the second half when goals from Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino put Liverpool 2-1 up, though nerves were tested once again when James Tomkins levelled for the Eagles with just their second shot on target.
But further goals from Salah and Sadio Mane gave the Reds the cushion they needed to seal the points despite Max Meyer grabbing a late consolation.
The Citizens remain 2.28second favourites to win the title following their victory at the John Smith's Stadium.
Pep Guardiola's men did no more than they were expected against the Premier League's bottom club with the goals coming from Danilo, Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane.
Next up for the reigning champions in the league is a trip to St James' Park a week on Tuesday to play Newcastle.
United win again to close gap on top four
Manchester United are now trading at just 2.68 to record a Top 4 Finish following a 2-1 win over Brighton on Saturday afternoon, their seventh consecutive victory under interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The win keeps United sixth in the table but they are now just three points behind fourth-placed Chelsea who lost 2-0 to Arsenal in the tea time kick-off.
The Blues can be backed at 1.48 to stay in the top four come the end of the season while the Gunners are relative outsiders, trading at 5.20.
Magpies fly out of bottom three
Newcastle produced one of their best performances of the season in beating Cardiff 3-0 at St James' Park on Saturday afternoon.
The victory moves Rafa Benitez's men out of the relegation zone and above the Bluebirds who replaced the Magpies in the bottom three. Newcastle are out to 5.10 in the Relegation market while Cardiff can be backed at 1.40.
Huddersfield's defeat to Man City saw the Terriers shorten to 1.06 to be relegated, while Fulham - who fell to a 94th minute defeat to Tottenham on Sunday afternoon - are the other side trading at odds-on to go down, available to back at 1.40.