Chelsea cut in Premier League title betting

Chelsea's victory against Arsenal shows the Blues are true title challengers

Coral have cut Chelsea to 3-1 to claim their fourth Premier League title, following their 2-1 victory over their bitter rivals Arsenal.

Manchester City, who came from a goal down to beat Fulham at Craven Cottage, are now 6-4, with their rivals Manchester United drifting to 2-1, after losing 3-2 to Spurs.

“Chelsea’s victory against Arsenal shows the Blues are true title challengers this season, but we feel they still may have to play second fiddle to one of the Manchester clubs,” Coral’s Tim Reynolds told Football Betting News.

A hat-trick from Luis Suarez was enough to secure Brendan Rodgers his first league win as Liverpool manager. The Uruguayan footballer, is now 7-1 to be the Premier League’s top goalscorer, with Manchester United’s Robin van Persie, the 11-4 favourite.

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Latest Coral Odds

**Premier League Outright

6-4 Man City, 2 Man Utd, 3 Chelsea, 12 Arsenal, 40 Tottenham, 66 Liverpool, 66 Everton, 300 Newcastle, 1000 Sunderland, 1250 Fulham, 1500 West Brom, 2000 Stoke, 2000 Aston Villa, 2500 West Ham, 2500 QPR, 3000 Swansea, 7500 Southampton, 7500 Wigan, 10000 Norwich, 10000 Reading

**Premier League Relegation

8-11 Norwich, 4-5 Reading, Evs Southampton, 15-8 Wigan, 11-4 Aston Villa, 7-2 Swansea, 7-2 QPR, 4 West Ham, 9 Stoke, 11 West Brom, 22 Fulham, 22 Sunderland, 66 Newcastle, 80 Liverpool, 150 Everton, 300 Tottenham, 750 Arsenal

**Premier League Top Goalscorer

11-4 R van Persie, 6 Fernando Torres, 7 Carlos Tevez, 7 Luis Suarez, 9 Sergio Aguero, 14 Demba Ba, 14 Nikica Jelavic, 16 Jermain Defoe, 20 Wayne Rooney, 20 Edin Dzeko, 20 Steven Fletcher, 25 Lukas Podolski, 25 Javier Hernandez, 25 Papiss Cisse, 33 Bar

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Posted on:- 30/09/2012 - 11:55 AM
Filed in:- Chelsea Betting News, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United

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