Premier League on Betfair: No change at the top as Chelsea win late and Man City thrash Stoke

Willian was Chelsea's late match winner tonight
Willian was Chelsea's late match winner tonight

Mike Norman brings us all the In-Play odds details from tonight's six Premier League matches as Chelsea leave it late to beat Everton, and Man City win easily at Stoke...

"The attacking midfielder was matched at 27.026/1 to score the first goal of the game, while a Chelsea win hit a high of 6.411/2 In-Play as the minutes ticked by."

Chelsea maintained their seven-point lead at the top of the Premier League table with a last-gasp 1-0 win over Everton at Stamford Bridge tonight.

The Blues, who gave a full debut to Deadline Day signing Juan Cuadrado, looked as though they would be frustrated as the game neared a conclusion, but just moments after Gareth Barry received his marching orders for a second bookable offence, Willian saw his deflected shot hit the back of the net.

The attacking midfielder was matched at 27.026/1 to score the first goal of the game, while a Chelsea win hit a high of 6.411/2 In-Play as the minutes ticked by.

There was no such late drama at the Britannia Stadium however as Manchester City easily beat Stoke 1-4 despite the Potters having a clear penalty turned down with the score at 0-0.

Sergio Aguero put the defending Premier League champions in front just after the half hour mark but Peter Crouch levelled meaning the sides went into the interval locked at 1-1.

But Manuel Pellegrini's men stepped up a gear in the second half and goals from James Milner, Aguero (penalty) and Samir Nasri rounded off a much needed victory.

The Citizens hit a high of 2.56/4 to win the game, while the 1-4 Correct Score was matched at 42.041/1.

Chelsea remain strong favourites at 1.162/13 to win the title; Man city can be backed at 8.88/1.

Elsewhere tonight Manchester United climbed above Southampton to third in the table after beating Burnley 3-1 at Old Trafford while the Saints could manage only a goalless draw at home to West Ham.

Chris Smalling, matched at 50.049/1 to score at anytime (he wasn't matched in the First Goalscorer market) scored the opener for the Red Devils but Danny Ings levelled soon after. But another goal from Smalling and a Robin van Persie penalty secured the win for Louis van Gaal's men.

United were matched at 1.855/6 to win the game with the 3-1 Correct Score hitting a high of 15.5. The goalless draw at St mary's was matched at 13.012/1.

Man Utd can now be backed at 1.564/7 in the Top 4 Finish market with Arsenal trading at 1.4840/85. Southampton are available at 3.613/5 after tonight's draw, just ahead of Tottenham, 4.3100/30, and Liverpool, 4.94/1.

In tonight's other games Crystal Palace against Newcastle - billed as Alan Pardew v John Carver - ended all-square, while West Brom secured a crucial 2-0 win over Swansea.

A full round-up of tonight's In-Play odds matched can be seen below.

Chelsea 1 Everton 0
Chelsea Win - 6.4
Willian First Goalscorer - 27.0
0-0 Half Time Score - 3.5
Sending Off - 6.0
1-0 Correct Score - 7.6

Stoke 1 Manchester City 4
Man City Win - 2.5
Sergio Aguero First Goalscorer - 5.5
1-1 Half Time Score - 38.0
Penalty Taken - 4.5
1-4 Correct Score - 42.0

Manchester United 3 Burnley 1
Man Utd Win - 1.85
Chris Smalling To Score (anytime) - 50.0 (nothing matched on him in First Goalscorer market)
2-1 Half Time Score - 26.0
Penalty Taken - 4.6
3-1 Correct Score - 15.5

Southampton 0 West Ham 0
The Draw - 4.2
0-0 Half Time Score - 3.15
Sending Off - 6.4
0-0 Correct Score - 13.0

Crystal Palace 1 Newcastle 1
The Draw - 4.4
Papiss Cisse First Goalscorer - 8.8
0-1 Half Time Score - 16.0
1-1 Correct Score - 8.4

West Brom 2 Swansea 0
West Brom Win - 3.5
Browns Ideye First Goalscorer - 8.8
0-0 Half Time Score - 2.76
2-0 Correct Score - 20.0

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