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United and City in Premier League Dogfight


It appears as though the betting for the 2011/12 English Premier League winner is down to just two plausible winners after the Super Sunday fixtures saw Manchester come up trumps on both accounts with late victories proving the rule of the day. Mario Ballotelli fired home the winning penalty for a tough 3-2 victory for the Citizens while Danny Welbeck proved his worth at United by slotting home in the final minutes to put United ahead at the Emirates.


Manchester City remain odds-on for their first Premier League title in, basically, eons. After spending big on a number of proven international stars, Sheikh Mansour's men are now trading at a 4/9 listing to hoist the trophy at the end of the season.

You'll find United priced at a 2/1 listing to pull off their traditional late-season charge once again. It really all comes down to whether Fergie's men stay injury free and are able to focus on their Premier League dates without having to get bogged down by two much Europa League-related travel.

Paul Scholes return could certainly prove to be crucial by adding just a little bit more poise and experience alongside Ryan Giggs in midfield. Darren Fletcher's long term absence could prove a thorn in Sir Alex Ferguson's side, however.

It appears as though neither side will make any moves in what has proven to be an extremely slow transfer window. The biggest signings were short-term frees that saw the aforementioned Ginger Ninja return to United and Thierry Henry sign up at Arsenal for a few months once again.

Spurs are sitting at 22/1 margin to win the Premier League and are really the only other team with a slightly plausible price. You'll find Chelsea sitting at an 80/1 listing while Arsenal trade at 200/1. That's your top five folks. It looks to be a two-horse race from here.


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