City odds continue to tumble

Bookmakers refuse to take on Manchester City, who have seen their odds cut again for the Premier League title.

For the first time in English top-flight history, three clubs have remained unbeaten in their opening 12 games, in the shape of City, Liverpool and Chelsea.

But despite the fact two of City’s main rivals are yet to taste defeat – Bookmakers can only see one winner in the Premier League.

City are now 1/4 – which is an 80% implied probability, ahead of Liverpool at 4/1 and Chelsea at 20/1. City are also 11/2 to go the season unbeaten – with Liverpool at 14/1 and Chelsea on 28/1.

Punters are now getting behind City in numbers to put in an unbeaten Premier League campaign. Ilkay Gundogan’s late goal settled their Manchester derby with United by a margin of 3-1 after Anthony Martial had given the visitors hope with a second half penalty.

It put Pep Guardiola’s side back to the top of the table after Liverpool occupied the position temporarily following their 2-0 victory over Fulham.

BoyleSports have trimmed Manchester City even further into 2/7 from 1/3 to win their second consecutive league title while Liverpool are still 4/1 to win their first title since 1990.

The result at the Etihad has left Manchester United 7 points adrift of Tottenham in fourth and their chances of finishing the season in the Champions League spots are now out to 3/1 from 5/2 as they sit below both Bournemouth and Watford in the Premier League table.

Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “Manchester City just look on another level and despite a very strong start from Liverpool, they still find themselves chasing the reigning champions.

“You could be forgiven for wondering where a loss is going to come from for Pep’s side and we make it just an 11/2 shot that nobody manages to inflict a defeat on City between now and the end of the season.”

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