Champions elect Chelsea have extended their lead at the top of the table to ten points despite being held by Burnley.
Chelsea looked in control early on thanks to Pedro’s goal but Burnley do not have one of the best home records in the Premier League for no reason.
And just before the half-hour, deadline day signing Robbie Brady curled home a brilliant free-kick to help them claim a point.
The draw has done little to impact on Chelsea’s odds for the title, indeed they have even shortened with those who are yet to start paying out on Antonio Conte’s men.
— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) February 12, 2017
The best odds you can get on Chelsea, if you still fancy trying to get some money on is with BetVictor at 1/5.
SuperSunday was just that for Manager of the Month Paul Clement, whose continues to turn things around at The Liberty Stadium as they grabbed a huge 2-0 win over champions and fellow relegation contenders Leicester City.
Firsrt-half goals from Alfie Mawson and Martin Olsson was enough for The Swans.
Swansea are now four points clear of the drop-zone and they have leaped to 15th in the table on the back of an excellent display in South Wales.
Leicester are now in 17th place, a point off the bottom three and they could be getting ready to re-write the record books – a champion has not gone down the following season since Manchester City did it in 1938.