Man United out to 3/1 for title

Manchester United have been pushed out to 3/1 by Sky Bet to win the Premier League after drawing 0-0 with Chelsea.

Last Updated: 26/08/13 at 22:59 Post Comment

Rooney: Cut to stay at Old Trafford

Rooney: Cut to stay at Old Trafford

Manchester United have been pushed out to a joint industry-best 3/1 by Sky Bet to win the Barclays Premier League after drawing 0-0 with Chelsea at Old Trafford on Monday night.

However, Wayne Rooney was arguably the home side's best player and he has been cut to remain at Old Trafford.

Rooney was named in David Moyes' starting XI for the first time and looked the most likely player to spark a breakthrough in a largely uninspiring match in which Chelsea lined up without a recognised striker.

The Manchester United forward got a rapturous applause from the crowd when tracking back to win the ball on his own touchline and he's now a best-price 1/4 with Sky Bet to stay.

Chelsea are out to 4/1 to sign him.

Mourinho's team are the 21/10 favourites with Sky Bet to win the title, with Manchester City 9/4 following their defeat to Cardiff over the weekend.

Arsenal are 14/1, while sole unbeaten duo Tottenham and Liverpool are 18/1 and 20/1 respectively.

  • Update posted at 2300 BST on 26/08/2013.


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