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Sky Bet makes newly-crowned Premier League champions Manchester United the 6/4 favourites to retain the title next term.

Last Updated: 22/04/13 at 23:32 Post Comment

Manchester United: Favourites to retain the PL in title in 2013/14

Manchester United: Favourites to retain the PL in title in 2013/14

United eased to another championship with four games to spare courtesy of a first-half Robin van Persie hat-trick in a 3-0 win over relegation haunted Aston Villa at Old Trafford on Monday night.

Noisy neighbours Manchester City are 15/8 second favourites to win back the crown they pipped United to on the final day last season. Chelsea are a 5/1 shot with Arsenal 14/1 and Tottenham 18/1.

The online bookmakers also offer 6/1 that Alex Ferguson's charges win all their remaining four league games this season or 9/1 that they stumble over the finish line and fail to win another game.

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