Premier League top-four odds: Spurs’ odds shorten after Burnley win

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Everton are 11/4 to finish in the Premier League top four Credit: Getty

The Premier League top four odds have Spurs joining Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City as odds-on to seal a Champions League spot

The bookies are now showing more faith in Tottenham Hotspur finishing in the top four, moving them to joint-third favourites with Chelsea.

Manchester City and Liverpool are still by far the favourites to seal a Champions League spot while the race below is starting to shape up nicely.

Chelsea and Tottenham are seen as next in line to join City and Liverpool, but the market is chopping and changing after losses for Arsenal and Everton this week.Latest Premier League top four odds.

Latest Premier League top four odds

Manchester City are the 1/12 favourites while reigning champions Liverpool are 1/8 and Chelsea 8/11.

  • Manchester City @ 1/12
  • Liverpool @ 1/10
  • Chelsea @ 5/6
  • Tottenham Hotspur @ 5/6
  • Manchester United @ 6/4
  • Arsenal @ 5/2
  • Everton @ 11/4
  • Leicester City @ 6/1
  • Wolves @ 12/1
  • Leeds @ 14/1

All odds courtesy of bet365 are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

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Who will finish in the top four of the Premier League?

As implied by the latest bookmakers’ odds.

Top-four race shaping up

Tottenham’s 1-0 win against Burnley has moved them to joint 5/6 third favourites to finish in the Premier League top four with Chelsea. The Blues drew with Manchester United, resulting in the bookies losing a bit of confidence in them and lengthening their odds slightly. Frank Lampard’s team have picked up nine points from their opening six games.

Manchester City and Liverpool are still the comfortable favourites, City’s draw with West Ham at the weekend not denting the bookies’ confidence.

United are 6/4 after picking up just seven points in five games, and Arsenal’s odds have drifted from 7/4 to 5/2 after losing 1-0 to Leicester, whose price has subsequently shortened from 8/1 to 6/1.

Everton (11/4) tasted defeat for the first time this season against Southampton but are still top of the league on goal difference with 13 points. Wolves (12/1) and Leeds (14/1) are both unfancied to crash the top-four party come May.

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