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Premier League Title Odds At A Glance

Thu 11th Dec 2014 | Money & Finance

After the latest round of Premier League games, it is once again tough to predict who will take the Premier League crown.

Current frontrunners Chelsea suffered a setback in their bid to clinch their first title since 2010 under manager Jose Mourinho, commonly referred to as ‘The Special One’. With the best title odds from Paddy Power available at freebets.co.uk and Chelsea going unbeaten in their opening fourteen games in the Premier League, it looked as if Mourinho was targeting an invincible season with The Blues; however they came crashing back down to earth with a 2-1 defeat a Newcastle United on Saturday.

Manchester City ensured they kept their names in the title-chasing category following a slender 1-0 win at home to Everton thanks to a Yaya Toure penalty. City have won the Premier League twice in the last three season, so despite their stuttering form so far this season, Manuel Pellegrini’s side are making sure they get a good run of form together to keep up with the current pacesetters.

Manchester United have put their bad start to the season well and truly behind them with a glittering run of form that has seen The Red Devils win their last four games in the Premier League. Louis Van Gaal is getting one over on his early-season critics with his side now sitting in third place. With United winning the title in 2013, Van Gaal will be determined for the other side of Manchester to once again enjoy title success.

Arsenal have not enjoyed a good start to the season despite the arrival of Alexis Sanchez, whose goals have been vital in gaining points that could have easily been dropped. A double against Sunderland and a last-minute goal against Southampton have rescued points for The Gunners recently, but after a 3-2 defeat at Stoke City on Saturday, Arsene Wenger’s side appear to be struggling on the title front.

The current outright odds for winning the Premier League promotion with Paddy Power are: Chelsea @ 1/2, Manchester City @ 5/2, Manchester United @ 16/1 and Arsenal @ 80/1.

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