Premier League Betting: Man Utd & Liverpool same price for title

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Updated: October 21, 2013

After the weekend Premier League matches, Arsenal now lie top of the table on nineteen points with Boylesports cutting the Gunners into 5/1 from 13/2 for Premier League glory.

Chelsea who last won the Premier League in the 2009/10 season are now 13/5 second favourites to win the title whilst Manchester City have also shortened into 7/4 from 15/8 to win back the title from neighbours, Manchester United.

The current champions could only manage a draw at the weekend with Southampton and now only lie in eighth place which has forced Boylesports to push the Red Devils out to 9/1 from 7/1. United are currently 4/7 for a Top 4 Finish.

In the relegation battle, Sunderland who have only registered a single point so far this season are 4/6 to be relegated whilst Crystal Palace are available at 2/11 to exit the Premier League.

Leon Blanche, Head of Communications at Boylesports said “Liverpool despite only drawing with Newcastle at the weekend currently lie in third place and the Reds are available at 6/5 for a Top 4 finish in the 2013/14 Premier League.

He added “Chelsea are a massive ante-post liability and with Jose Mourinho back in charge at Stamford Bridge the Blues continue to be supported and are now as short as 13/5 to win the 2013/14 Premier League.

2013/14 Premier League

Man City 7/4

Chelsea 13/5

Arsenal 5/1

Man United 9/1

Liverpool 9/1

Tottenham 16/1

100/1 Bar

EW 1/3 1, 2

Top 4 Finish

Man City 1/9

Chelsea 1/7

Arsenal 2/7

Man United 4/7

Liverpool 6/5

Tottenham 6/5

Everton 8/1

22/1 Bar

To be relegated

Crystal Palace 2/11

Sunderland 4/6

Hull City 2/1

Cardiff 2/1

Norwich 3/1

Fulham 7/2

Stoke 4/1

8/1 Bar

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