The Premier League title is all but over after Manchester City's recent run of form.
The latest: Arsenal's title lead crumbled away after a disasterous four-game stretch in April. The Gunners four-game winless streak was capped with a blowout loss to their title rivals City. They're not officially dead in the water but it would take a small miracle for them to come back.
Here are the latest Premier League odds ahead of Matchday 36.
Premier League odds
Check out the latest odds to win the Premier League. Click linked odds to add selection to betslip.
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Premier League odds as of 4:06 p.m. on 05/10/2023.
Best Premier League odds
The favourite: Manchester City (-1,250)
Manchester City are undefeated in their last 13 Premier League games with 12 wins in that span. That run of form included two critical wins over Arsenal on the road and at home, has Pep Guardiola's side in the driver's seat.
Goals from De Bruyne, Stones and Haaland put Arsenal to the sword in @premierleague title clash! 💪— Manchester City (@ManCity) April 26, 2023
Here's how it happened 👇 pic.twitter.com/36s6scZq7F
Manchester City have scored 89 goals — six clear of Arsenal — and posted 11 clean sheets. They also unsurprisingly lead the league in goal differential (plus-58).
It's hard to compete with a team like City considering the firepower they have everywhere on the pitch. Kevin de Bruyne is among the best midfielders in the world, Jack Grealish has found his form and Erling Haaland just broke the Premier League record for most goals scored.
The Norweigan superstar has scored 35 goals through 32 appearances, including four hat tricks. He's far and away been the most impressive player this season and can flip a game on its head at a moment's notice.
All City have to do is hold serve through the final four games and the title is theirs.
Other Premier League choices
Best value: Arsenal (+800)
Mikel Arteta's side had won seven straight Premier League games and were looking to challenge for their first title since 2004.
Then disaster struck — three consecutive draws to Liverpool, West Ham and Southampton and a loss to City have Arsenal back as heavy underdogs to win it all. They're currently one point back of Manchester City but the Sky Blues have a game in hand, too.
The Gunners have generally been clinical this season, but the question we've been asking all year was if they could keep pace for the full 38 games?
It seems like the answer to that was no.
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