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Premier League Title Odds: Advantage Chelsea

Premier League RSS / / 04 October 2009 /

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"There were happy scenes at the Emirates where Arsenal celebrated the 13th anniversay of Arsene Wenger's tenure with a 6-2 battering of Blackburn Rovers. Sam Allardyce's men twice took the lead at the Emirates to enable the home team to climb to [1.8] on the exchange. Short price backers were happy to take [1.1] about Rovers given a 2.5 goal headstart.

Liverpool beaten as Chelsea retake summit and title favouritism

Chelsea took maximum advantage of Mancester United's saturday slip with a comprehensive defeat of Liverpool today.

The 2-0 win sends the Blues to the top of the league where, thanks to a two point cushion, they assume clear favouritism from the Old Trafford club in the betting at [2.7].

Liverpool struggled to create a clear chance throughout and have now jumped to double figures in the title odds at [10.0].

There were happy scenes at the Emirates where Arsenal celebrated the 13th anniversay of Arsene Wenger's tenure with a 6-2 battering of Blackburn Rovers.

Sam Allardyce's men twice took the lead at the Emirates to enable the home team to climb to [1.8] on the exchange. Short price backers were happy to take [1.1] about Rovers given a 2.5 goal headstart.

The win makes Arsenal third favourites for the title ([7.2]), and sends Wenger's men into the top four ahead of Manchester City's visit to Aston Villa.

There was drama at Upton Park where West Ham snagged a last-ditch draw after giving up an early lead against Fulham.

Backed into [1.17] after Carlton Cole's opener, the Hammers conceded two in quick succession to trail going into the last 30 minutes. And they used up almost all that time to peg back their west London rivals before securing the draw thanks to Junior Stanislas 92nd minute effort. The draw drifted to a high of [8.2].

Another team who disappointed the home fans was Everton who could only manage a 1-1 draw with Stoke. That result was backed at [5.8] in-running on Betfair.

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