Chelsea odds cut after Blues cruise
BetVictor have cut Chelsea to 5/2 for the Premier League title but Manchester United are now 100/1 chances after losing 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.
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That is the general price with Hills, Sky Bet and bet365 as well but Coral and Paddy Power make them a 13/5 chance for more glory in May.
United suffered a seventh defeat of the season and have been pushed right out to 100/1 by Ladbrokes and bet365 to retain the trophy as they trail current leaders Arsenal by 14 points.
BetVictor spokesperson Jack Milner said: "Chelsea were good but were ultimately flattered by a poor Manchester United side which was without Wayne Rooney or Robin Van Persie.
"The Red Devils are now 1/4 to miss out on a Champions League place and 11/4 for a top four finish.
"It was a bad day for David Moyes, who has been shortened to 16/1 to be the next Premier League manager to leave his post whilst Samuel Eto'o's hat-trick for Chelsea has seen him cut to 10/1 (from 66s) for January's Premier League player of the month."
United are 14/1 at William Hill to start four or more new signings in their first match after the transfer window shuts, which is at home against Fulham on February 9. They are 13/8 to start no new players on that day.
"Things are anything but rosy for Manchester United at the moment and a few new faces must surely come through the door if their diminishing hopes of a top-four finish are to be realised," said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
Swansea earlier suffered another defeat - this time 3-1 at home to Tottenham - and they seem to be heading towards the relegation zone.
They are three points above the danger zone but their price for the drop ranges from 8/1 to 12s.