Spurs on the drift after draw
Tottenham missed the opportunity to move up to second in the Premier League on Sunday following a goalless draw at Everton - a result which prompted Sky Bet to push out their title and top-four odds.
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Spurs failed to make the most of considerable possession and a number of chances in the first half but may feel slightly relieved with a point after Everton dominated after the break.
The Toffees, who are not regarded realistic title challengers at odds of 100/1 even though they too would have gone second with a victory, are now out to 8/1 for a top-four finish.
With Man City (1/9), Chelsea (1/6) and Arsenal (1/4) all considered dead certs in this market, Spurs' main rivals are seemingly Manchester United (1/2) and Liverpool (13/10).
In the relegation betting, Cardiff have been eased to 11/4 following their 1-0 victory in the first top-flight south Wales derby over Swansea on Sunday.
The result lifted them up to 12th in the table, one place above Swansea, who have been cut to 22/1 in this market.
Looking back at Saturday's action and Manchester City became favourites again at 2/1 to win the Premier League crown after a thumping 7-0 victory at home to Norwich.
Chelsea had taken over at the head of the title market after last weekend's 2-1 victory over City but the disappointing 2-0 defeat at Newcastle has seen Jose Mourinho's men move out to 11/4.
Arsenal are the side currently sitting top of the Premier League and are five points clear of second-placed Chelsea following their 2-0 win over Liverpool.
The Gunners have been cut to 7/2 to stay at the summit but Liverpool are out to 9/1 following the Emirates Stadium loss.
Manchester United beat Fulham 3-1 at Craven Cottage and David Moyes' outfit are 8/1 shots for the title with an eight-point gap to make up to Arsenal.
Bottom side Crystal Palace are 1/20 to be relegated and Sunderland are also odds-on at 4/7 after having two players sent off in the 1-0 defeat at Hull.
Norwich are 2/1 for the drop after being thrashed at the Etihad Stadium, while Fulham and Hull are both available at 11/4.
Fulham boss Martin Jol is now 5/6 favourite to be the next Premier League manager out of a job and Norwich chief Chris Hughton has been shortened to a 9/4 chance.