Mike Norman brings us details of some of today's In-Play odds matched and an update on some of the markets effected following this afternoon's results...
"Aaron Ramsey, who started his career at the Welsh club, scored twice (10.09/1 to score first, 13.5 to score two goals or more) to continue his remarkable season; the Welshman can still be backed at 6.05/1 to win this season's PFA Player of the Year award."
Arsenal are 3.9 to win the Premier League title after stretching their lead at the top of the table to seven points with a 0-3 victory over Cardiff this afternoon.
Aaron Ramsey, who started his career at the Welsh club, scored twice (10.09/1 to score first, 13.5 to score two goals or more) to continue his remarkable season; the Welshman can still be backed at 6.05/1 to win this season's PFA Player of the Year award.
Mathieu Flamini was Arsenal's other scorer and he was matched at a huge 40.039/1 to net at anytime, while the 0-3 Correct Score hit a high of 85.084/1 In-Play.
Everton climbed into the top four of the Premier League - for one day at least - thanks to a 4-0 win over Stoke at Goodison Park, a scoreline that was matched at 30.029/1 during the game.
Gerard Deulofeu, on loan from Barcelona and making his first league start for the Toffees, scored on the stroke of half time to give the home side a deserved 1-0 lead at the interval. Deulofeu was matched at 10.09/1 in the First Goalscorer market.
With Leighton Baines out injured you'd have perhaps got long odds about two Everton full-backs getting on the scoresheet but that's exactly what happened at the start of the second half.
First Seamus Coleman - matched at 16.015/1 to score anytime - and then Bryan Oviedo (15.5) put Roberto Martinez' men firmly in command before on-loan striker Romelu Lukaku added a fourth late in the game.
Everton can be backed at 9.617/2 to record a Top 4 Finish.
Elsewhere today there were wins for Norwich over Crystal Palace, and West Ham over Fulham, while Aston Villa played out a goalless draw with Sunderland at Villa Park.
Gary Hooper was matched at 7.87/1 before getting the only goal of the game at Carrow Park (the 1-0 Correct Score was backed at 9.08/1), while Mohamed Diame rewarded his first goalscorer backers at 25.024/1 at Upton Park. Carlton and Joe Cole were the Hammers' other scorers.
Crystal Palace remain bottom of the table and are a very short 1.211/5 in the Relegation market, while Sunderland (1.9420/21 to go down) and Fulham (2.0421/20) are second and third bottom respectively.