Tottenham are the latest movers in the Premier League top-four betting, drifting out to 6/5 from 4/5 with bet365 after a recent spell of inconsistency.
Manchester United have been cut from 1/3 to 2/7 to make the top four after their recent resurgence, which has taken them three points clear of reigning champions Liverpool at the top. Everton and Aston Villa also come in to 11/2 and 10/1 respectively following their recent good performances.
Latest Premier League top-four odds
Manchester City are 1/40 favourites, with Liverpool 1/14 and Manchester United 2/7.
- Manchester City @ 1/40
- Liverpool @ 1/14
- Manchester United @ 2/7
- Tottenham Hotspur @ 6/5
- Chelsea @ 11/8
- Leicester @ 5/2
- Everton @ 11/2
- Aston Villa @ 10/1
- Arsenal @ 14/1
All odds courtesy of bet365 are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.
Who will finish in the top four of the Premier League?
As implied by the latest bookmakers’ odds.
Top-four race shaping up
Manchester City (1/40) and Liverpool (1/14) remain prohibitively short in the Premier League top-four odds, with Manchester United edging in the same direction at odds of 2/7.
Chelsea remain 11/8 to claim one of the Champions League berths despite a poor run that has seen them plummet down the table. Jose Mourinho’s Spurs side are now 6/5 but their struggles to keep hold of a lead in matches are hampering their attempts at getting into the top four.
Leicester City’s price is consistently shortening and the Foxes are now 5/2 to finish in the top four after recent wins at Tottenham and Newcastle United have put them right in the mix.
Aston Villa (10/1) have entered the reckoning of late after some impressive showings. They held Chelsea at Stamford Bridge after thrashing Crystal Palace just two days before, and were unlucky not to take something from their match against United at Old Trafford.
Everton have been cut to 11/2 after a brilliant victory at Wolverhampton Wanderers despite having an injury-hit line-up, while Arsenal have drifted to 14/1 after a 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace.