Bookies cut Manchester United into 12-1 for title
Manchester United have been cut into 12-1 (from 14-1) to win the Premier League title following their victory over rivals Liverpool today. The Red Devils have also shortened in the top four betting where they are now available at 1-6 (from 1-4).
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has been slashed into 3-1 to be the next Premier League to leave, while the firm go 13-8 that he is not in charge of the club on the final game of the Premier League season.
“The betting suggests United are looking good for a top four spot this season and are still in with an outside shot of capturing the title itself. Liverpool, on the other hand, have a lot to do to finish in the top four, while manager Brendan Rodgers has been cut for an early departure this season,” said Coral’s John Hill.
**Premier League outright
2-5 Chelsea, 11-4 Man City, 12 Man United, 50 Arsenal, 300 Bar
1-6 Man United, 2-5 Arsenal, 9-2 Southampton, 5 Liverpool, 6 Tottenham, 11 Everton, 14 West Ham, 40 Bar
4-9 Burnley, 8-13 Leicester, 11-8 QPR, 15-8 Crystal Palace, 2 Hull, 3 West Brom, 10-3 Sunderland, 11-2 Aston Villa, 14 Bar.
**Next Premier League manager to leave
11-10 Nigel Pearson, 3 Brendan Rodgers, 9-2 Alan Irvine, 10 Steve Bruce, 16 Harry Redknapp, 20 Bar.
**Brendan Rodgers to be in charge of Liverpool for final game of 2014/15 season?
4-9 Yes, 13-8 No.
**For more info please contact:
John Hill, 07889 645520