City 6-5 to overhaul Liverpool in title race
It remains tight at the top of the Premier League title betting after champions Manchester City cut Liverpool's lead to four points thanks to a cosy 3-0 victory at relegation favourites Huddersfield.
Goals from Danilo, a 28-1 chance to open the scoring, Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane secured the points for City, who are 6-5 to retain their league title by overhauling 8-11 favourites Liverpool.
Tottenham are a distant third in the title betting at 100-1 but they claimed a vital victory in the battle for a top-four place with substitute Harry Winks scoring an injury-time goal in their 2-1 win at Fulham.
Spurs, who trailed to a first-half own goal from striker Fernando Llorente, traded at 25-1 in-play before Winks's late intervention and they are 1-4 to finish in the top four.
Their win at Craven Cottage gives them a four-point cushion over fourth-placed Chelsea, with Arsenal and Manchester United a further three points back.
United, resurgent under interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, are 13-8 to finish in the top four with Chelsea 1-2 and Arsenal 7-2.
Tottenham's comeback was a huge blow to Fulham's chances of staying in the Premier League and the Cottagers are 1-4 for an immediate return to the Sky Bet Championship.
Huddersfield's prospects are even bleaker - the Terriers are ten points from safety and 1-33 for the drop.
Cardiff (1-2) and Burnley (7-4) are also in the thick of the battle while Newcastle, at 4-1, are the only other club shorter than 20-1 to go down.
Spurs just about scraped home in their first game of a challenging time without Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son but Mo Salah is the 8-11 favourite to retain his Golden Boot title.
Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is 3-1 with Sergio Aguero 7-1, Kane 14-1 and Sterling trimmed to 40-1 from 50-1 by Betfred after taking his league goal tally to ten.