The day started with Liverpool's title chances at 1.71but what did Man City's victory against Arsenal do to that? Jasmine Baba looks at the Premier League odds.
Entertainment at the Etihad
After their 2-1 defeat to Newcastle in midweek, a victory was paramount to Manchester City if they wanted keep their title hopes alive.
And it didn't take long for them to get going scoring against Arsenal. Alex Iwobi was dispossessed just outside of the box and the ball found it's way to Sergio Aguero to put them 1-0 up a minute within kick-off. Surprisingly, it didn't last long, after a Laurent Koscielny header in the 11th minute put Arsenal on equal terms.
Aguero then found the net once again just before half time to put the hosts back ahead, but his day wasn't over there, completing his hat-trick in the 61st minute.
The win puts them just two points behind the league leaders Liverpool before they play at West Ham tomorrow, and their odds for the title has shortened from 2.72 to 2.48. The market on the Reds has barely moved and stays around the 1.70 mark.
Arsenal has now dropped down to sixth from fourth, but remain in touching distance to both fifth (one point) and Chelsea in fourth (three points). Their Top Four chances have gone from 4.10to 4.90.
Momentum Manchester United
The Ole Gunnar Solskjaer effect is still in place with Manchester United extending their unbeaten league run to eight games after their 1-0 win away at Leicester. It wasn't the best of displays from the team, with the difference coming within the first 10 minutes of kick-off, a misplaced pass finding Paul Pogba and beautifully played into Marcus Rashford for his 10th goal of the season. However, apart from that, there was not much else.
The hosts had 45% of possession which worked for their counter-attacking style and managed to attempt 16 shots, six of those on target but there was no real end-product.
This win means that Manchester United have won five consecutive away games in all competitions for the first time since October 2012, they're two points off Chelsea in fourth and their Top Four chances have now shortened from2.80 to 2.40.
Son keeps Spurs in contention
Heung-min Son's late winner in a 1-0 victory over Newcastle put Tottenham just four points behind Liverpool with the Reds yet to play. Spurs' Premier League outright has shortened to 28.00, however, with Man City moving back above the North London club, their price hasn't moved from this mark.
Higuain and Hazard combine against Huddersfield
It was a rout against the league's rock bottom club, Huddersfield, as Chelsea got back on track following their 4-0 defeat against Bournemouth in midweek, winning 5-0. The Blues' newbie Gonzalo Higuain finding the net twice, with Eden Hazard also scoring a brace. They're odds-on to finish in the Champions League qualification spots at1.65 despite Manchester United's resurgent form.
The Terriers are now 13 points off safety and remain 1.01 to get relegated.
Victory for Cardiff makes relegation picture interesting
It was an emotional day for Cardiff City as tributes to Emiliano Sala took precident in their match against Bournemouth. A Bobby Reid brace confirmed a 2-0 victory in what was a difficult day for the club.
The win takes them to two points away from safety, behind Newcastle, Southampton and Burnley who are all on 24 points. The latter two faced each other on Saturday but points were shared in a 1-1 draw. The market is still out on The Bluebirds to be safe by the end of the season, with their relegation price at1.59. Burnley is the second favourite to go down out of those four at [3.2], with Newcastle and Southampton at 9.00and 14.00respectively.