Goals from Gareth Bale and Aaron Lennon helped Tottenham register a 2-1 victory in the North London derby and that means Andre Villas-Boas’ charges are now just 2/7 at Ladbrokes to secure a top four berth, with Chelsea 1/5 following a 1-0 success against West Brom.
Ladbrokes have also clipped Bale to 1/3 to be named Player of the Year while the Gunners are 7/4 to pick up a trophy in the next year – assuming they don’t win this season’s Champions League – and Ladbrokes make them 2/5 to emerge empty-handed.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes told Betrescue: “It’s a sad state of affairs for Arsenal that they had to rely on Bale to get them on the score sheet today. The win for Spurs is just another thorn in Wenger’s side and it’s hard to see how they’ll finish in the Top 4 now.”
Ladbrokes latest betting
Top 4 finish
Arsene Wenger to be in charge of Arsenal on the first game of the Premier League 2013/14 season
Gareth Bale to be at Spurs on the first game of the Premier League 2013/14 season
Arsenal to win a trophy during 2013/14 season
Gareth Bale to win PFA Player of the Year 2012/13 1/3