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English Premier League – End of Season 2009/10 bets

March 15th, 2010

There are just 8-9 games to go in the Premier League, and the markets are hotting up in the race for the title, and relegation betting as well, with additional markets for finishing in the top four and earning a Champions League spot. 

Manchester United and Chelsea are now joint favourites for the Premier League title with European firm Interwetten offering prices of 2.60 for each of the two clubs to win the league.

London club, Arsenal are 3rd favourite at 3.75 at Victor Chandler, as the only other viable option for the title now.

Meanwhile Manchester City are 2.70 favourites to finish fourth this season, despite their 1-1 draw at Sunderland on Sunday.

Spurs, who are currently two points ahead of City in fourth place, are 3.25 having defeated Blackburn 3-1 on Saturday while Liverpool are 3.50 and Aston Villa are 5.00

(all top four prices taken from Irish bookmaker Paddy Power)

At the bottom of the Portsmouth are certainties for relegation and unbackable, while Burnley are almost certain to join them priced at a top 1.22 at Betfred, following a 2-1 home defeat against fellow strugglers Wolves.

Hull City are fancied as the 3rd side to go down (odds 1.62 at Bet365) while Wolves have now skipped out to 3.25 (also at Bet365).

Wigan Athletic were thumped 0-4 by Bolton Wanderers and are 7.50 at Canbet for the drop, while West Ham are another option – at 7.00 (Bet365)

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