It's been an amazing day of football on the Betfair Exchange with two clubs matched at huge odds In-Play before producing remarkable comeback wins. Mike Norman has the details...
"Following the defeat Liverpool drifted out to 6.05/1 in the Premier League Winner market, and now trade as third favourites behind Chelsea, 2.3811/8, and Manchester City, 4.3100/30."
Title-chasing Liverpool were on the wrong end of a brilliant fightback by Bournemouth this afternoon as they lost ground at the top of the table with a 4-3 defeat.
The Reds looked to be in complete control of matters when they led 3-1 with just over 15 minutes to go thanks to goals from Sadio Mane, Divock Origi, and Emre Can.
At that point the Cherries were trading at 700.0699/1 on the Exchange to win the game but few would have expected Eddie Howe's men to produce what they did.
Second half substitute Ryan Fraser - who had earlier been fouled resulting in Callum Wilson's converted penalty - reduced the arrears in the 76th minutes, and just 120 seconds later Bournemouth were level when Steve Cook superbly swivelled and volleyed home Fraser's cross.
Both sides went for all three points as the game drew to a conclusion but it was the home side that completed the remarkable turnaround when in the 93rd minute Nathan Ake tapped home after Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius spilled Cook's long distance shot.
Following the defeat Liverpool drifted out to 6.05/1 in the Premier League Winner market, and now trade as third favourites behind Chelsea, 2.3811/8, and Manchester City, 4.3100/30.
We don't usually drift from Premier League action in this round-up but special mention today must go to AFC Wimbledon who got the better off Curzon Ashton 4-3 in a FA Cup second round tie this afternoon.
Nothing special about that you may think, but when we tell you that the National League North side led 3-0 with just over 10 minutes remaining then you can begin to understand the magnitude of Wimbledon's victory.
In fact the League One outfit were trading at the ceiling price of 1000.0 to win the game on the Exchange before three quick-fire goals brought them level at 3-3. And deep into time added on Tom Elliott got his second of the game to complete a stunning fightback.
Back to the Premier League and today's second game saw Manchester United concede a late equaliser at Everton as the sides shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic had given United a first half lead but a Leighton Baines penalty - after former Toffee Marouane Fellaini had felled Idrissa Gueye - with just five minutes remaining rescued a point for the home side.
United moved up to sixth in the table and are available to back at 4.47/2 in the Top 4 Finish market.