That means neighbours Man City are pushed out slightly to 4/6 from 1/2 while Spurs remain odds-on 1/8 for a top four finish. Chelsea, minus Andre Villas Boas, are 13/8 for a Champions League spot.
“Any remaining doubts that the title race was a two-horse race between the Manchester rivals were dispelled by United’s win at White Hart Lane, while interim Chelsea boss, Roberto Di Matteo, faces an uphill task to secure Champions League football at Stamford Bridge next season. Arsenal and Spurs are favoured in the betting for a top four slot, once again suggesting that Roman Abramovich’s habit for firing managers does nothing to aid success on the pitch,” said Coral’s David Stevens.
**Premier League outright
4-6 Manchester City, 6-5 Manchester United, 100-1 Bar
**Top 4 Finish
1-8 Tottenham, 4-7 Arsenal, 13-8 Chelsea, 6-1 Liverpool, 14-1 Newcastle