Man United 80/1 to retain title
Manchester United are out to 80/1 with Sky Bet to retain the Barclays Premier League title after the 3-1 defeat to Chelsea on Sunday.
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Sky Bet have pushed the Red Devils, who are six points behind fourth-placed Liverpool, out to 5/2 for a top four finish with Tottenham cut to 9/4 for a Champions League qualification place after beating Swansea 3-1.
Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool are all odds-on to still be the top-four when the season ends with Everton, who face West Brom on Monday, rated as a 4/1 shot.
Chelsea are 5/2 in Sky Bet's title betting behind even-money favourites Manchester City, who sit just one point adrift of leaders Arsenal and one point ahead of the third-placed Blues.
The Gunners are rated as the third most likely side by Sky Bet to end the season on top at 7/2.
Liverpool are 16/1 to finish the campaign at the summit.
Manchester United manager David Moyes has been cut to 16/1 by Sky Bet in the firm's next Premier League manager to go market.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce heads the field at 6/4 and the Hammers are 11/8 for the drop after a 3-1 defeat to Newcastle on Saturday.
Crystal Palace are out to 8/11 to go down following another win for Tony Pulis.
The Eagles have climbed out of the relegation zone on 20 points following a 1-0 success over Stoke at Selhurst Park.
Cardiff are propping up the table on goal difference on 18 points and they are 10/11 for the drop.
Fulham are also priced up at 10/11 to go down with Sunderland joining West Ham as available to back at 11/8.
Meanwhile, Leicester are odds-on favourites at 4/5 to win the Sky Bet Championship after winning 1-0 at Leeds to start the day's action.
QPR now sit in second in both the table and the betting at 7/4.
Leyton Orient are back at the top of Sky Bet League 1 after winning 2-1 at Crewe but are third-favourites at 5/2 to end the season at the summit.
Second-placed Brentford head the betting at 11/8 with Wolves in third rated as their most likely challengers at 7/4.
Sky Bet League 2 leaders Scunthorpe drew 0-0 at home to AFC Wimbledon but remain the title favourites at 5/2.
Chesterfield (3/1), Fleetwood (4/1) and Rochdale (6/1) are the clubs expected to put the Iron under the most pressure.