Man City and Liverpool’s Luis Suarez top Premier League markets

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Updated: November 19, 2012
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Reigning Premier League champions Man City are now 11/8 joint-favourites (from 9/4) with their close rivals Man Utd (11/8 from evens) with Boylesports to win the Premier League following their 5-0 thrashing of Aston Villa on Saturday. United lost 1-0 at Norwich. It is the first time this season that City have topped the table.

In other markets, Luis Suarez is now 3/1 from 5/1 to be the Premier League’s top scorer this season after bagging a double for Liverpool at the weekend. Man Utd’s Robin van Persie, who failed to find the net on Saturday, remains the market leader at 2/1 (from 13/8). Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez each also scored two goals on Saturday and are now 8/1 (from 10/1) and 14/1 (from 16/1), respectively, with Boylesports to be the top flight’s top scorer this season.

In the relegation battle, QPR are 8/11 (from 7/5) to drop to the Championship following a 3-1 home defeat to fellow strugglers Southampton (7/10 from 8/15). Reading, who beat Everton 2-1 on Saturday, are now 7/10 from 8/13 to return to where they came from last season.

Nicola McGeady, PR spokesperson at Boylesports, said: “It was a topsy-turvy sort of weekend in the Premier, more glorious uncertainty than comforting predictability, which very much keeps everyone’s hopes and bets alive.”

She added: “City have not been playing particularly well but now find themselves top of the table. Our customers are taking this as an ominous sign for their rivals.”

Boylesports Premier League prices:
Outright betting
11/8 Man City
11/8 Man Utd
9/2 Chelsea
40/1 Arsenal
125/1 bar

Top scorer
2/1 Robin van Persie
3/1 Luis Suarez
8/1 Sergio Aguero
14/1 Carlos Tevez
16/1 bar

To be relegated
7/10 Southampton
7/10 Reading
8/11 QPR
7/4 Aston Villa
2/1 Norwich
9/4 Wigan
6/1 bar

Betting without Man City or Man Utd
3/10 Chelsea
3/1 Arsenal
18/1 Spurs
20/1 Everton
25/1 Liverpool

 

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