Premier League Odds 2014: EPL Title Race's Latest Betting Info

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Premier League Odds 2014: EPL Title Race's Latest Betting Info
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Only five weeks remain in the 2013-14 English Premier League season, as the race for the English league title is drawing close to its end. Following Arsenal's 3-0 loss to Everton on Sunday, just three candidates remain in the running to lift the EPL trophy at the end of the season.

Liverpool hold down the top spot on the table, followed closely by Chelsea and Manchester City, with the latter still having two games in hand. Let's take a look at the full EPL table and go over the odds for each of the teams still vying for the title:

Premier League Table Week 33
1 Liverpool 33 23 5 5 50 74
2 Chelsea 33 22 6 5 41 72
3 Manchester City 31 22 4 5 55 70
4 Arsenal 33 19 7 7 16 64
5 Everton 32 18 9 5 21 63
6 Manchester United 33 17 6 10 18 57
7 Tottenham Hotspur 32 17 5 10 -4 56
8 Southampton 33 13 9 11 6 48
9 Newcastle United 33 14 4 15 -13 46
10 Stoke City 33 10 10 13 -11 40
11 West Ham United 33 10 7 16 -7 37
12 Hull City 33 10 6 17 -6 36
13 Aston Villa 32 9 7 16 -13 34
14 Crystal Palace 32 10 4 18 -16 34
15 Swansea City 33 8 9 16 -4 33
16 West Bromwich Albion 32 6 14 12 -11 32
17 Norwich City 33 8 8 17 -26 32
18 Fulham 33 8 3 22 -41 27
19 Cardiff City 33 6 8 19 -35 26
20 Sunderland 30 6 7 17 -20 25


Premier League Title Betting Odds
Team Latest Odds
Machester City 8-11
Liverpool 15-8
Chelsea 13-2


Manchester City hold the best odds of all the teams remaining in the hunt, courtesy of two games in hand and the top spot waiting for the Citizens if both games are won.

The way the schedule looks doesn't hurt either, as shared by FansAllStar Football:

City and Liverpool will play each other on Sunday, with the winner of that match taking a very strong option on the EPL title. In case of a draw, the odds should change slightly in City's favour, as the rest of the schedule looks very manageable for the club.

The most difficult matchup remaining is a trip to Goodison Park to take on Everton, who still have a chance of ending the season ranked fourth and qualifying for the UEFA Champions League.

The Toffees have looked very strong in recent weeks, culminating in the dominant 3-0 win over Arsenal, but the squad is young and inexperienced and shouldn't pose too many problems for the all-star ensemble that City field.

Liverpool and Chelsea will still play each other, and the Blues will have to win at Anfield and not drop any more points along the way if they are to have any hope of winning the EPL title.

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While the schedule may look favourable outside of the matchup with Liverpool, the lack of difficult matches for the Reds and the Citizens makes it unlikely Chelsea will have plenty more opportunities to gain ground on both teams, with their best chance coming this Sunday.

As for Liverpool, the team have won seven straight and haven't dropped any points at home since January, and a heavyweight battle with City couldn't come at a better time. You can't win championships without beating the best teams, and the Reds will get the opportunity to prove they deserve to lift the trophy for the first time since 1990 when they face the Citizens.

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The final stretch of the EPL title race looks to be fairly straightforward, with the match between Liverpool and City most likely deciding how the rest of the season plays out at the top of the table.

But as the League's official Twitter account shows, nothing has been straightforward in this year's title race:

If Liverpool don't beat City on Sunday, the Citizens will still be the safest bet to go the distance, while Chelsea's odds will greatly improve. But given the kind of form the Reds are in and the fact the game will be played at Anfield, Liverpool are likely the safest bet to emerge victorious from that match.

And if that happens, the title is Liverpool's to lose.

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