Liverpool have been pushed out to 12/1 by Sky Bet to win the Barclays Premier League after drawing 2-2 at home to Aston Villa on Saturday.
The Reds remain in fourth and now sit eight points behind leaders Arsenal following a 2-0 win for the Gunners against Fulham at the Emirates Stadium.
Santi Cazorla scored both goals for Arsene Wenger's side but they remain behind both Manchester City and Chelsea in the title betting at 100/30.
Manchester City were 4-2 winners at home to Cardiff and the team currently one point behind Arsenal in second are back as odds-on favourites at 10/11 to finish the season on top.
Third-placed Chelsea host Manchester United in a blockbuster Super Sunday clash and the Blues are 3/1 shots to finish at the summit.
Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool are all odds-on to finish in the top four with Manchester United (13/8) the side fancied to put the pressure on despite being behind both Everton (4/1) and Tottenham (100/30) in the table.
Crystal Palace are now out to 8/11 with Sky Bet for relegation after another win for Tony Pulis.
The Eagles have climbed out of the relegation zone on 20 points following a 1-0 success over Stoke at Selhurst Park.
The result leaves Cardiff propping up the table on goal difference on 18 points and they are 10/11 for the drop.
Fulham are also priced up at 10/11 to go down with Sunderland and West Ham both available to back at 11/8.
Meanwhile, Leicester are odds-on favourites at 4/5 to win the Sky Bet Championship after winning 1-0 at Leeds to start the day's action.
QPR now sit in second in both the table and the betting at 7/4.
Leyton Orient are back at the top of Sky Bet League 1 after winning 2-1 at Crewe but are third-favourites at 5/2 to end the season at the summit.
Second-placed Brentford head the betting at 11/8 with Wolves in third rated as their most likely challengers at 7/4.
Sky Bet League 2 leaders Scunthorpe drew 0-0 at home to AFC Wimbledon but remain the title favourites at 5/2.
Chesterfield (3/1), Fleetwood (4/1) and Rochdale (6/1) are the clubs expected to put the Iron under the most pressure.