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Newcastle 7-2 to finish in the top 10 next season

Leading bookmaker Coral make Newcastle 7-2 to finish in the top 10 in the Premier League next season after the north-east club secured promotion from the Championship last night. Newcastle are odds-on at 4-11 to stay up at the end of the campaign, while Rafa Benitez is 2-5 to still be in charge for the opening game of next season.

Elsewhere, Coral make Tottenham 14-1 to win all six of their remaining Premier League games this season as they big to overhaul Chelsea at the top of the standings. Spurs are the 2-1 favourites to secure the signature of Michael Keane, while Kyle Walker is odds-on at 1-2 to leave the club this summer.

*Manager specials

**Arsene Wenger to be in charge of Arsenal for the first game of the 2017/18 Premier League season
4-9 Yes, 13-8 No

**Claudio Ranieri to manage in the Premier League on the opening game of the 2017/18 Premier League season
7-1

**David Moyes to be in charge of Sunderland on the opening day of the 2017/18 season
7-4 Yes, 2-5 No

**Slaven Bilic to be in charge of West Ham for the opening game of the 2017/18 Premier League season
4-6 Yes, 11-10 No

*Player specials

**Harry Kane to become the all-time leading Tottenham goalscorer
10-1

**Harry Kane to become the all-time leading Premier League scorer
14-1

**2017 Ballon d’Or winner
10-11 Lionel Messi, 13-8 Cristiano Ronaldo, 11-2 Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 6 Luis Suarez, 7 Antoine Griezmann, 8 Neymar. 16 Gareth Bale, 25 Robert Lewandowski, 33 Eden Hazard

*Team specials

**Tottenham to win all six of their remaining Premier League games
14-1

**Newcastle 2017/18 Premier League specials
4-11 To stay up, 2-5 Rafa Benitez to be manager on the opening day of the season, 2 To be relegated, 7-2 To finish in the top 10, 40 To finish in the top four, 750 To win the Premier League

**Brighton 2017/18 specials
1-2 To remain in the Premier League, 6-4 To be relegated

*Transfer specials

**Luke Shaw’s next club
5-2 Tottenham, 4 Everton, 6 West Ham, 7 Crystal Palace, Stoke, 9 Liverpool, 10 Arsenal, 12 Newcastle, West Brom, 16 Southampton, 20 Leicester, 25 Swansea, 33 Sunderland

**Michael Keane’s next club
2 Tottenham, 3 Everton, 4 Manchester United, 7 Chelsea, 8 Arsenal, Manchester City, 9 Liverpool, 12 Newcastle, 16 Crystal Palace

**Players to leave Tottenham in summer transfer window
1-2 Kyle Walker, 9-4 Danny Rose, 5 Harry Kane, 6 Dele Alli

**Players/manager to leave Manchester City in the summer transfer window
5-6 Yaya Toure, 11-8 Sergio Aguero, 7-2 Pep Guardiola

ENDS
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