Manchester City and Tottenham have strengthened their position in the Premier League’s top four and they are both strongly fancied to qualify for next season’s Champions League after they won their respective games on Sunday.
City, who moved up to third after their 2-0 win at the Stadium of Light, are no better than 1/8 while Spurs are now just 1/6.
Those results followed Liverpool’s 3-1 win over Arsenal and Manchester United’s failure to see off 10-man Bournemouth at Old Trafford, which leaves the latter 2 clubs losing ground.
Liverpool are now 8/11 with Bet365 to finish the season in one of those Champions League spots, while Arsenal are now 7/5 with Betfair to extend their long sequence of finishing in the top four, and United can be backed at best price 2/1 with Unibet.
Harry Kane, who scored another two goals for Spurs against Everton, has been cut to Evens (generally) to be the division’s top scorer for a second successive season.
Kane leads Romelu Lukaku by one and the Everton man is 7/2 with Betfred. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who will learn early this week if he is to serve a three-match ban for his elbow on Tyrone Mings on Saturday, has now been pushed out to 14s with Bet365.