Man City 14-1 not to lose another league game

Manchester City return to Premier League action after suffering a shock defeat to 22-1 shots Norwich last weekend and bet365 make the Citizens 14-1 to remain unbeaten for the rest of their league campaign.

The champions, who host Watford, remain 8-11 for the title despite allowing 6-4 shots Liverpool to open up a five-point lead after just five matches.

City are 1-33 with bet365 to lose at least one more league game this season although bookmakers don’t expect them to slip up this weekend as visitors Watford are 25-1 for victory at the Etihad.

Liverpool bid to extend their winning start to the season to six league matches when they travel to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea on Sunday.

The Reds are 9-1 with bet365 to win their next five top-flight games and break Chelsea’s record for the longest winning run from the start of a Premier League season.

Jurgen Klopp’s side are evens to see off the Blues before fixtures against Sheffield United (away), Leicester (home), Manchester United (away) and Tottenham (home).

Arsenal have been trimmed from 13-2 to 11-2 to win the Europa League after Thursday’s 3-0 victory away to last season’s semi-finalists Eintracht Frankfurt.

Manchester United were less impressive in their 1-0 home win over Astana and the Red Devils have been eased from 5-1 to 11-2 to lift the trophy.

Wolves are out to 25-1, from 16-1, following their home defeat to Braga and Nuno’s men are 2-1 to win Group K, which also features Besiktas and Slovan Bratislava.



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