Tottenham drew with Everton to fall further behind Arsenal and Manchester City while Chelsea finally got back to winning ways with a comprehensive defeat of Crystal Palace
"Spurs slide to 14.013/1 in the Premier League winner market. City head the betting at 2.226/5, Arsenal can be backed at 2.68/5."
A good weekend for Arsenal and Manchester City has concluded with a 1-1 draw between Everton and Spurs in the late kick-off. The title looks a two horse race now.
Former Spurs winger Aaron Lennon put Everton ahead almost completely against the run of play halfway through the opening 45 minutes. Tottenham's wunderkind Dele Alli equalised just before the break, pulling down a Toby Aldereweireld long ball and sliding past Tim Howard.
An entertaining second-half threatened goals at either end throughout but neither side could make the breakthrough.
Spurs slide to 14.013/1 in the Premier League winner market. City head the betting at 2.226/5, Arsenal can be backed at 2.68/5.
Chelsea picked up one of their best results of a tumultuous season with a 3-0 win at Selhurst Park in the early kick-off.
Willian, Oscar and Diego Costa were the stars of the show, all three scoring and assisting in the comprehensive victory.
The Blues rise to 14th on the back of the victory while Palace remain in seventh. Chelsea can be backed at 7.87/1 for a Top Four finish.