It was another dramatic weekend in the Premier League as Leicester stretched their lead at the top of the table and West Ham produced a magnificent fightback at Goodison Park. Mike Norman has the details...
Leicester are in to 2.285/4 to win the Premier League title after stretching their lead at the top of the table to five points with a 1-0 win at Watford on Saturday evening.
After nearest title rivals Tottenham and Arsenal played out a 2-2 draw in the north London derby earlier in the day the Foxes took full advantage with a solitary Riyad Mahrez goal sealing the points at Vicarage Road, taking them clear in the title race with just nine games to go.
Claudio Ranieri's men are now trading at the shortest price they have been all season to win the Premier League, and they have a 44% chance of winning the title according to the Winner market.
Tottenham remain second favourites for the title despite letting slip a 2-1 lead at home to 10-man Arsenal.
The Gunners led 1-0 at half time thanks to Aaron Ramsey's excellent flick but a red card for Francis Coquelin 10 minutes into the second half appeared to turn the game in Spurs' favour, with superb goals from Toby Alderweireld and Harry Kane giving the home side the advantage.
But Arsenal weathered the storm, and with 15 minutes remaining Alexis Sanchez scored a precious equaliser.
Mauricio Pochettino's men can be backed at 4.216/5 to win the Premier League with Arsenal trading at 6.25/1.
Manchester City are 10 points behind Leicester and can be backed at 7.613/2 to win the title after recording a straightforward 4-0 win over Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium thanks to goals from Sergio Aguero (two), Yaya Toure, and Raheem Sterling.
West Ham's charge for a Champions League slot continued with a superb come-from-behind win at Goodison Park. Everton led 2-0 with 12 minutes to go but goals from Michail Antonio, Diafro Sakho and Dimitri Payet completed a memorable victory for Slaven Bilic's men.
The Hammers can be backed at 9.617/2 to record a Top 4 Finish.
At the other end of the table both Bournemouth and Swansea went a long way to securing their Premier League status for next season with crucial wins over relegation-threatened Newcastle and Norwich respectively, while a 1-1 draw for Sunderland at Southampton meant that none of the bottom four recorded a win.
With Villa almost certainly relegated the other two clubs to drop down to the Championship looks increasingly likely to be between Norwich - 1.422/5 in the Relegation market - Sunderland, 1.68/13, and Newcastle, 1.695/7.
Liverpool and West Brom were the victors in Sunday's two Premier League games, getting the better of Crystal Palace and Manchester United respectively.
The Reds - who had James Milner sent off just after the hour mark - came from a goal behind to win at Selhurst Park and had a stoppage-time Christian Benteke penalty to thank for the victory, while the Baggies sealed the points at the Hawthorns courtesy of a solitary Salomon Rondon strike.
Liverpool move up to seventh in the table, three points and one place behind United, though a Top 4 Finish still looks a tough ask for both clubs with them trading at 7.26/1 (Liverpool) and 5.04/1 (Man Utd) in that particular market.