Even if Manchester City were defeated surprisingly by Aston Villa in the weekend they remain the favourite for the Premier League title.
After what has been a thrilling weekend we have looked at the results and we can say we have learned few things that can help us in the betting for the rest of the Premier League season. We have asked Marco Narardi from BettingTips4you.com to tell us what lessons we can take from this weekend.
It was a bad day at the office for Manchester City last Saturday as they suffered a 3-2 defeat at Villa Park against Aston Villa. We have asked Marco Narardi, tipping expert working for www.bettingtips4you.com, if they are still the team to back for the title race. ‘It will be a very open race, that is for sure. Arsenal for example can be now considered the outsiders in this as they were the only one of the top sides to claim a victory and are in great shape. They have now been cutted at 9/2 to win the league but they remain behind both Chelsea and Manchester City. City are still the favourites at 23/10 despite losing and the reason is that they have a very complete squad that should allow them to edge this race. The Red Devils, on the other hand, are now 14/1 and it is not surprising: realistically the title is already beyond David Moyes.
So for the title we are going with the bookmakers as I don’t see that Chelsea and Arsenal will be able to keep up for much longer with Pellegrini’s squad. It is very interesting also the next Premier League manager to be fired. David Moyes is at 33/1. Surely he didn’t had a good start however unless the things will become unbearable it is difficult to think that United will make such a decision so early. Realistically the next to go should be Martin Jol: after the home defeat to Cardiff City the Dutchman is now at 8/11 to go.