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Chelsea Title Hopes Gone after Dropped Points

chelsea title hopesBookies have written off Chelsea title hopes after a drawing with Everton Thursday night. But, per head sportsbook sources wasn't delighted with the results because Everton was out-of-form.

Chelsea was the league leader of the Premier League in the early part of December. However, it is now four points behind Man City. As a result, online sportsbook software reacted and changed Chelsea's odds to win the title.

At present, Chelsea is now 8/1 to win the Premier League title. It used to have odds of 11/4 at the start of the month. However, fans are unhappy with the team's performance. As a result, some bookies think that Thomas Tuchel will be the next Premier League manager to leave his post.

Chelsea Title Hopes Gone

Despite the uplifting point, Rafael Benitez is considered the most probable next supervisor out of the entryway. Having supervised only one win in 11, Benitez is by, and large accessible at 4/6 and is just about as short as 1/4 in certain spots.

Additionally, on Thursday night, Liverpool overcame an early deficit and won against Newcastle 3-1. Also, they have odds of 5/2 to defend their title. It was the Reds' 6th progressive success since losing to West Ham toward the beginning of November.

Notwithstanding, the bookies can't see past Pep Guardiola's Manchester City for the crown. According to bookie tutorials and news sites, nine successes out of ten have shot them to the highest point of the Premier League, and they are currently 8/15 to make it consecutive titles.

At the opposite finish of the table, Norwich (1/8), Newcastle (4/6), and Watford (8/11) remain top choices for the drop.

Leeds supervisor Marcelo Bielsa will be experiencing a couple of restless evenings later their 7-0 lowering because of Man City, notwithstanding. The Argentine can be supported at 9/2 to be the following supervisor to leave their post, while the not Mighty Whites are 7/2 to slip again into the Championship.

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