Arsenal’s victory at Everton takes them to within 2 points of Chelsea and the current champs have been eased out to 5/6 with now.
Man United could only manage another point on the road but hand around menacingly in the top 3 as they always do; they are currently 7/2 with Blue Square.
Man City seem to drift longer every week and Ladbrokes now have them at 18/1 to win the league after another goalless affair left many fans in uproar but they are certainly fancied to still make the top 4 – just a 1/2 chance with Stan James.
Last year’s 4th placed team, Tottenham, are 10/3 with Betdaq to reclaim that honour while Liverpool are 5/1 with Coral after a miserable 2-0 loss to Stoke. Liverpool are 10/11 to get a top 6 spot though while Everton are 9/5 (both Totesport).