Manchester City have shortened to 2.111/10 to win the Premier League title after they produced a magnificent display to thrash Watford 0-6 at Vicarage Road on Saturday afternoon.
Pep Guardiola's men had beaten the Hornets 5-0 in their last meeting just before the end of last season, and went into the game full of confidence after beating Liverpool 5-0 last Saturday and Feyenoord 4-0 away from home in the Champions League in midweek.
And although it took the Citizens almost half an hour to break the deadlock at Vicarage Road the performance thereafter was simply stunning.
Sergio Aguero rightly received all the plaudits after scoring his sixth City hat-trick, and he is now just two goals shy of the club's all-time goalscoring record. Gabriel Jesus, Nicolas Otamendi, and Raheem Sterling were also on the scoresheet as Man City move three points clear at the top of the table before Sunday's game.
Big win for United but Chelsea drift following goalless draw
Manchester United also shortened in the Winner market - from 4.57/2 into 3.814/5 - following a 4-0 win over Everton on Sunday afternoon, but it was far from as comfortable as the scoreline suggests with United once again scoring late goals.
Antonio Valencia scored as early as the fourth minute with a quite brilliant long range effort but Everton grew into the game and had plenty of possession, and chances until late in the second half.
But the Toffees failed to find a breakthrough, and just like United had done against West Ham and Swansea already this season, three late goals followed through Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Romelu Lukaku against his former club, and Anthony Martial.
Earlier on Sunday defending Premier League champions Chelsea could manage just a goalless draw at home to Arsenal, meaning they drifted out to 7.06/1 to win the title.
Spurs and Liverpool on the drift after home points dropped
Going in the opposite direction to the two Manchester clubs in the Premier League Winner market Tottenham and Liverpool can be backed at 18.017/1 and 30.029/1 respectively after surprisingly dropping home points on Saturday afternoon.
The Reds were strong favourites to beat Burnley at Anfield, but had to come from behind to secure a point after Scott Arfield had given the Clarets a surprise lead. Mo Salah quickly restored parity, but despite Jurgen Klopp's men registering no fewer than 35 shots at goal during the game they failed to score the second goal that would have secured all three points.
Talk of Tottenham's Wembley jinx was reignited after Mauricio Pochettino's men failed to beat Swansea despite dominating proceedings. The Lilywhites have now registered 54 shots at goal, including 13 on target, in their last two home league matches, yet have just one goal, and two points, to show for their efforts.
In the Top 4 Finish market Spurs have drifted slightly to 1.8810/11, while Liverpool can be backed at 2.166/5.
No immediate response from Hodgson's Eagles
Crystal Palace lost their fifth straight Premier League game - all without scoring a goal - thanks to a 0-1 home defeat at the hands of Southampton in Roy Hodgson's first game in charge following Frank de Boer's sacking.
The former England boss named just one change to the side that last played under De Boer, and there was no instant improvement as the Eagles produced another below par display in front of their own fans; the Saints' Steven Davis scoring the only goal of the game.
Crystal Palace are now the shortest team listed in the Relegation market, available to back at 1.855/6, ahead of Brighton, 2.186/5, Huddersfield, 2.6613/8, and Bournemouth, 3.185/40, who got the better of the Seagull's in Friday night's live TV game.
Weekend Results in Full
Bournemouth 2 - 1 Brighton
Crystal Palace 0 - 1 Southampton
Huddersfield 1 - 1 Leicester
Liverpool 1 - 1 Burnley
Newcastle 2 - 1 Stoke
Watford 0 - 6 Man City
West Brom 0 - 0 West Ham
Tottenham 0 - 0 Swansea
Chelsea 0 - 0 Arsenal
Man Utd 4 - 0 Everton