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Man United 10-11 to top the table by nine points or more

| 18.04.2013

Coral are offering 10-11 for Manchester United to go on and claim the Premier League title by nine points or more following their 2-2 draw away to West Ham. The result means that United are now 13 points ahead of their rivals Man City, who have a game in hand.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s men now only need six points from their remaining five Premier League games to claim the title. Coral quote 12-1 for United to go on and win every game between now and the end of the season.

Elsewhere in the Premier League, Chelsea’s 3-0 victory over Fulham means the Blues are now third in the table, one point above Arsenal with a game in-hand. It’s 1-6 for Chelsea to finish the season in the Top 4 with Arsenal 1-2 (6-5 Tottenham).

“Despite Man United dropping two points against West Ham, it only looks a matter of time before United are crowned champions. They host Aston Villa next in the league so victory over Villa would mean that United would only need three points from their remaining four Premier League matches to claim a 13th Premier League title,” said Coral’s Tim Reynolds.

“Chelsea’s victory over Fulham means the Blues are now in a commanding position to finish in the Top 4 so it does look like Arsenal and Tottenham will be battling it out for the final Champions League qualification spot,” added Reynolds.

**Man United winning margin

10-11 Over 8.5, 10-11 Under 8.5

**Man United to win their remaining 5 league matches.

12 Yes

**Premier League Outright

1-250 Man United, 40 Man City

**Premier League Top 4 Finish

1-6 Chelsea, 1-2 Arsenal, 6-5 Tottenham, 9 Everton, 80 Liverpool

**Premier League W/O Man Utd and Man City

7-10 Chelsea, 13-8 Arsenal, 5 Tottenham, 50 Everton

**Premier League relegation

1-100  Reading, 1-50 QPR, 6-4 Wigan, 11-4 Aston Villa, 7-2 Stoke, 5 Sunderland


Further Information Contact Tim Reynolds +350 56001714



Tim Reynolds

Tim joined Coral in July 2012, having previously worked for Sky Bet for 10 years across their marketing and PR department. Tim is based out of Gibraltar with Coral’s new interactive division and works across a range of different projects including, Coral’s sponsorship of the Premier League Darts. Tim’s main sports include football, darts and cricket and when not working, Tim can usually be found fishing along the Spanish coastline or sat in the sun writing about his number one passion.