Arsenal become title favourites
Premier League leaders Arsenal have hit favouritism for the title for the first time this season with Sky Bet.
Sky Bet moved them into 7/4 on Saturday, a price which makes them the firm's joint favourites alongside Manchester City, as their title rivals continued to stumble.
Ladbrokes still make City, who were held to a 1-1 draw at Southampton, favourites at 17/10 and the Gunners follow at 2/1.
Arsenal entertain Everton on Sunday when victory would take them seven points clear at the top.
Chelsea lost 3-2 to a late goal at Stoke and Manchester United's woes went on as they went down 1-0 at home to Newcastle.
The Blues are 9/2 with Sky Bet after losing late on at the Britannia Stadium, while Liverpool, who sit second after thrashing West Ham 4-1, are 9/1 shots.
United are way out at 33/1 after losing back-to-back home games in the league for the first time since May 2002.
Newcastle's win, achieved thanks to Yohan Cabaye's second-half goal, was their first at Old Trafford since 1972.
Manager David Moyes will now be under further scrutiny and he's 9/4 with Sky Bet to leave his post before the end of May. The former Everton boss, who only took charge of his first competitive game at United in August, is 1/3 to still be place come June.
Even a top-four finish - and Champions League football - now looks in doubt. They are now 6/4 to finish in the top-four.
City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool are now all odds-on to finish in the Champions League places, the latter are into 10/11.
Tottenham won 2-1 in the Saturday Night Football clash against Tottenham and remain 66/1 with BetVictor and Boylesports to win the title and have been trimmed to 3/1 for a top-four spot.
It was a good day for Crystal Palace and Norwich at the other end of the standings.
The Eagles are still odds-on for the drop at 4/11 with Boylesports and Stan James despite the resurgence under new manager Tony Pulis.
Cardiff were beaten 2-0 at Selhurst Park on Saturday and Malky Mackay's men have been cut to 11/4 for the drop.
Norwich won 2-0 at West Brom and the Canaries have been pushed out to 5/1 to go down by Ladbrokes. The Baggies can be backed at 12/1 with Paddy Power.
Sunderland and Fulham remain odds-on to be playing in the Sky Bet Championship next season with Hull and West Ham also expected to be fighting for survival.