Chelsea are the new 3.39/4 favourites to win the Premier League title after a last gasp 2-1 victory over Manchester City (3.613/5) at Stamford Bridge this afternoon.
Manuel Pellegrini's men looked to have earned themselves a point after coming from behind after Andre Schurlle had given Chelsea a first half lead. The German international was matched at 21.020/1 in the First Goalscorer market.
City were lucky not to be further behind after the Blues created some good chances towards the end of the first period, but early in the second half the Citizens were level thanks to a stunning Sergio Aguero finish from the left hand side of the area.
The game never really ignited after that as both sides protected what they had, but just when the 1-1 draw looked the likely outcome, up stepped Fernando Torres to score a dramatic late winner. City defender Matija Nastasic attempted to head a ball back to goalkeeper Joe Hart, but he managed only to nod it past his out-rushing keeper into the path of Torres who had a simple task to finish.
The 2-1 Correct Score was matched at 15.014/1 In-Play, with a Chelsea victory hitting a high of 12.011/1 as the game neared a conclusion.
Tottenham moved to within three points of league leaders Arsenal after a late Roberto Soldado penalty gave Andre Villas-Boas' men three points against Hull at White Hart Lane.
Spurs hit a high of 3.55 for the victory, while Soldado was matched at 7.26/1 to score the first goal of the game. The 1-0 Correct Score was matched at 8.07/1.
The Lillywhites are fourth in the table and can be backed at 22.021/1 for the title; leaders Arsenal can be backed at 6.411/2 and third placed Liverpool at 8.415/2. Incredibly, neither of the Manchester clubs are in the top six after nine games of the season have been played.
In the lunchtime kick-off Sunderland got their first win of the season with a 2-1 victory over Newcastle in the Tyne-Wear derby.
Gus Poyet's men got off to the perfect start when Steven Fletcher - matched at 9.417/2 to score first - headed home Adam Johnson's cross inside five minutes. But Newcastle deservedly equalised early in the second half thanks to Mathieu Debuchy tapping home at the far post. Debuchy was matched at 23.022/1 To Score anytime.
Newcastle were inches away from taking the lead with some long range efforts but it was the Black Cats that got the winner when Fabio Borini struck a superb 25-yard drive into the top corner with just minutes remaining.
Sunderland were matched at 7.87/1 for the win, while the 2-1 Correct Score hit a high of 13.5.
The result means Crystal Palace now occupy bottom spot in the Premier League table and the Eagles are as short as 1.121/8 in the Relegation market. Sunderland can be backed at 1.855/6, just ahead of Cardiff (3.185/40), Hull (3.55/2), and Norwich (3.814/5).
Elsewhere today Swansea drew 0-0 with West Ham in a dull encounter at the Liberty Stadium. The Draw was matched at a high of 4.47/2 with the goaless draw being backed at 15.014/1.