Man United 1-2 to finish outside the Top 4

Coral are offering 1-2 for Manchester United not to finish in the Top 4 of the Premier League following their 2-1 defeat at home to Tottenham. The result means that United now sit seventh in the table, five points adrift of an Champions League qualification spot.

It’s 9-4 for the Manchester Untied manager David Moyes not to be at Old Trafford at the start of the 2014/15 season, and Coral quote 20-1 for Moyes to be the next Premier League manager to go.

“With Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool all looking very solid at the top of the league table, Manchester United may have to settle for a Europa League spot next season,” said Coral’s Tim Reynolds.

“United have a very busy period ahead of them and with a league fixture away to Chelsea before the end of January, it’s not looking good for David Moyes and his side,” added Reynolds

In the Premier League title race, Coral have cut Manchester City to evens to go on and claim the title following their 3-2 victory away to Swansea. The result means that City remain one point behind table toppers Arsenal, who are 4-1 to claim the title after their 2-0 victory over Cardiff.

Elsewhere, Chelsea and Liverpool both claimed maximum point to keep up their challenge for the title. It’s 10-3 for Jose Mourinho’s side to be crowned Premier League champions with the Mersersiders 9-1.

**David Moyes to start next season as Manchester United manager
3-10 Yes, 9-4 No

**Manchester United not to finish in the Top 4
1-2 No

**Premier League Outright
Evs Man City, 10-3 Chelsea, 4 Arsenal, 9 Liverpool, 28 Man United, 50 Tottenham, 66 Everton, 1000 bar

**Premier League Top 4 Finish
1-50 Man City, 1-10 Chelsea, 1-7 Arsenal, 4-5 Liverpool, 6-4 Man United, 3 Tottenham, 7-2 Everton, 40 Newcastle

**2014 General Specials
4 Will Man City be unbeaten at home in the Premier League during 2014

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