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Premier League winner odds: City three clear after Reds are held

| 09.05.2022

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Manchester City extended their lead at the top of the table to three points at the weekend and the title is now theirs to lose according to the Premier League winner odds.

Liverpool’s draw with Tottenham was a rare slip-up by either of the two title contenders and City took full advantage with a 5-0 thrashing of Newcastle.

There are now just three matches remaining for both teams so here we take a look at the run-in.

Manchester City

Premier League winner odds: 1/10

Home games: Aston Villa (May 22)

Away games: Wolves (May 11), West Ham (May 15)

City bounced back from their Champions League disappointment by taking a big step towards another Premier League title on Sunday.

Pep Guardiola’s men have again missed out on the trophy they crave the most but they are now well on course for a fourth domestic crown in five years after four successive wins during which they have scored 17 goals and conceded just one.

It means City are three points clear at the summit and have a superior goal difference by four, so even a defeat in their last three games could see them stay top.

They have back-to-back away games against Wolves and West Ham this week, which are potentially both tricky given their opponents are eighth and seventh respectively in the table.

City are then at home to Aston Villa on the final day where Liverpool may be relying on their former captain Steven Gerrard to do them a favour.


Premier League winner odds: 11/2

Home games: Wolves (May 22)

Away games: Aston Villa (May 10), Southampton (May 17)

Liverpool’s 1-1 draw against Tottenham, their first time they had not won in the Premier League at Anfield since October, has left them needing City to drop at least three points.

Even that still requires Liverpool to have a perfect finish to the campaign, a situation they have been living with since their current unbeaten run began at the turn of the year.

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Since only their second league defeat of the season against Leicester at the end of December, Jurgen Klopp’s side have won all but three of their matches.

Next up is a trip to face Gerrard’s Villa on Tuesday night before they take a break from the Premier League for the FA Cup final on Saturday.

They go to Southampton next Tuesday before finishing at home to Wolves on the final day.

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Andrew McDermott

Andrew is a sports betting content journalist at PA Media. He is a lifelong Huddersfield Town fan but when he isn't reminiscing about their Premier League days he is also a junior cricket coach and enjoys cycling.