Premier League Betting Update | 24th October 2016
It was another epic weekend in the Premier League with plenty of talking points and one massive humiliation for someone special so let’s see how the odds have changed.
It’s no win in five games now for Manchester City after they drew at home to Southampton on Sunday. Despite this, Pep Guardiola’s side remain favourites to win the division at odds of 2.30.
Arsenal and Liverpool are level on points with Manchester City but it’s the Reds who are fancied more according to the 188BET betting. The Anfield outfit are 4.50 to win their first title in 27 years while Arsenal (who slipped up at home to Middlesbrough on Saturday) are 6.00 to go all the way.
Sunday won’t be a day Jose Mourinho looks back on fondly. He went back to his old stomping ground of Stamford Bridge and suffered a humiliating 4-0 defeat. Manchester United are now as big as 21.00 to win the title after falling six points behind the leaders and are 2.00 to finish in the Top 4.
In the relegation betting it’s becoming increasingly bleak for Sunderland and David Moyes. Their late loss to West Ham means they remain the only side in the top four English divisions still searching for a win this season. The Black Cats are 1.30 to go down.
After a bright start to the season Hull’s campaign is beginning to crumble and after four straight defeats they’re now just 1.40 to suffer relegation.
Burnley pulled off a fantastic victory against Everton on Saturday to jump up to 14th place in the table, yet despite this 188BET reckon relegation still awaits and they’re priced at 1.60 to return to the Championship at the first time of asking.
There’s also a Rock Bottom market which focuses on the side who finish bottom of the table and it’s Sunderland who are favourites here at odds of 2.60.
10 more games coming up this weekend with the action spread over three days.