Man City odds-on for title
Manchester City are odds-on with Sky Bet to win the Premier League after a 2-1 victory over Liverpool on Boxing Day moved them a point behind leaders Arsenal.
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Manuel Pellegrini's side retained their imperious 100 per cent home record by making it an impressive nine out of nine - with 37 goals scored - thanks to goals from Vincent Kompany and Alvaro Negredo.
This triumph over the Christmas table-toppers underlined City's status as title favourites and they are now 10/11 with Sky Bet to lift the trophy.
Arsenal have been trimmed to 9/2 following their 3-1 victory at West Ham, who had taken a surprise lead against the Gunners.
Arsenal hit back through a quick-fire Theo Walcott brace which took his season's goal tally to five before Lukas Podolski marked his return with a goal to seal the points.
Chelsea are available at the same price as they moved up to third with a narrow 1-0 victory over Swansea while Liverpool are out to 13/2 after dropping to fourth as a result of their defeat at the Etihad Stadium.
Defending champions Manchester United aren't completely out of the equation having beaten Hull in the day's opening fixture but they are 14/1 to retain their crown.
At the other end of the table, Crsytal Palace climbed out of the bottom three after winning at Aston Villa and they are 1/2 for relegation.
Tony Pulis' side won 1-0 at Villa Park on a day when the bottom three heading into the afternoon all won, with Fulham and Sunderland also recording vital away victories.
Sunderland drifted to 5/6 for the drop after they ended Everton's unbeaten record at Goodison Park for the year, a Ki Sung-Yueng penalty ensuring a 1-0 win for the Black Cats.
They remain bottom, while Fulham are also in the relegation zone despite a 2-1 win away at Norwich.
Scott Parker scored the late winner at Carrow Road and the Cottagers are now 13/8 to go down.
West Ham and Cardiff were the main two cut in the relegation market following defeats against Arsenal and Southampton respectively.
The Hammers are 9/4 for the drop, while Cardiff are 13/8 after their 3-0 defeat.
Hull also lost after going in front against Manchester United and the Tigers are 100/30 to go down.