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Liverpool now odds-on favourites to win the Premier League

British bookmakers have slashed odds on Liverpool winning the league, with Jurgen Klopps side favourite with bookmakers??to win the Premier League for the first time.
The Reds added their eighth straight league win in as many matches this past year, prompting bookies to lower chances in to 8/11 from 6/5.
Reigning champions Manchester City have slipped down the pecking order, drifting from 8/15 out to the very best price of 6/4 are meant by that.
Theres a brand new favourite in the combination, although well out of the race based on bookies, using Chelsea and Arsenal leapfrogging Spurs , however, are priced in 125/1 to topple City and Liverpools stranglehold on top of the table.
Punters are piling into Liverpool to win the jackpot, with a 74 percent of stakes in the previous 24 hours backing the Reds.
In contrast, only 18 percent of all bets in the market are financing City, with the rest of the bets disperse over Chelsea (6%) and Arsenal (2 percent ).
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson:The mood in Manchester in the moment is a solemn one, with the red half more likely to be relegated (125/1) than win the league (750/1) and the blue half shedding points to the third time this year.
Even though all is rosy on Merseyside, with Liverpool continued to go from strength to strength, and rewarding the 54 percent of punters who encouraged them to win against the league at the pre-season.
Regardless of City being favourites pre-season, Liverpool gathered much more attention out of Oddschcecker punters, that will be seeing the title race with fantastic interest.
Premier League winner:
Liverpool – 8/11
Man City – 6/4
Arsenal – 125/1
Chelsea – 150/1
Spurs – 200/1
Leicester – 400/1
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