QPR summoned up just their second away win of the season while Leicester picked up their third home victory as both clubs showed some fight in the relegation scrap. Joe Dyer rounds up the big betting stories from a busy day in the Premier League...
"Leicester remain bottom but are now just three points off Burnley. The Foxes are 1.412/5 to go down."
Liverpool's top four bid looks dead after a 4-1 defeat at Arsenal left them with a seven point gap to Manchester United. Once backed as low as 1.4740/85 to end the season in the Champions League places, the Anfield giants are now 9.28/1 in the market.
The thumping win sends Arsenal into second place, two points clear of Manchester City in third and four off leaders Chelsea, though the Blues have two games in hand ahead of their evening clash with Stoke. Over 4.5 Goals was backed at a high of 21.020/1 on Betfair's Exchange.
Manchester United round out the top four after a 3-1 defeat of Aston Villa, but it wasn't a convincing display with the visitors scoring a late goal to give the home side a fright. It was only comfortable once Ander Herrera scored United's third in the 90th minute.
There was plenty of drama at the bottom of the table, with a rare pair of wins for QPR and Leicester. Rangers' victory at West Brom was just their second away win of the campaign and takes them above Burnley in 18th. Three first-half goals, including a long-range Bobby Zamora special, sent the west London side on their way to a 4-1 win. QPR were backed at a high of 6.05/1 to pick up the three points and 110.0109/1 to win scoring four or more goals.
Leicester left it late to score the decisive goal in an end-to-end battle with West Ham, Andy King scoring the winner in the 86th minute to delight the home faithful. Leicester remain bottom but are now just three points off Burnley. The Foxes are 1.412/5 to go down.
Hull remain in trouble, just three points off 18th, following a 3-1 defeat at Swansea. Steve Bruce's outfit are 2.915/8 to be playing Championship football in 2015-16.
There was a solitary goal in the game between Everton and Southampton, Phil Jagielka scoring to take the Merseysiders up to 11th.