Tottenham are now 8/11 with Coral to finish above rivals Arsenal after they grabbed a late equaliser to draw with Manchester United.
Robin van Persie’s header had given the visitors the lead but Clint Dempsey popped up in injury time to dramatically earn Spurs a draw and take them a further point ahead of their North London neighbours.
The result means Spurs remain fourth while the Gunners are in sixth, seven points adrift of Tottenham following a 2-1 defeat to Chelsea, a loss that means they’re now 5/4 at Coral to finish in the Champions League places.
“It’s going to take a huge performance for Arsenal to finish above Tottenham this season. Spurs look to be getting stronger with every match and are currently unbeaten in their last seven Premier League games,” Coral’s Tim Reynolds told Betrescue.
“Arsenal on the other-hand are going to have to invest in the transfer window, if they are going to finish the season in a Champions League qualification spot,” added Reynolds.
**To Finish Higher
Evs Arsenal v Tottenham 8-11
**Premier League Top Four Finish
1-9 Chelsea, Evs Tottenham, 5-4 Arsenal, 5 Everton, 7 Liverpool
**Premier League Outright
2-7 Man United, 11-4 Man City, 25 Chelsea, 250 bar
**Rafa Benitez Chelsea manager first day of the 2013/14 season
1-4 Yes, 5-2 No
**Arsene Wenger manager of Arsenal first day of the 2013/14 season
1-6 Yes, 7-2 No
**Who win the most silverware this season this season
10-11 Chelsea, 10 Arsenal, Evs Both clubs fail to win a major trophy.
**Premier League Straight forecast
1-3 Man United/Man City
**Premier League Tri-cast
2-5 Man United/Man City/Chelsea