Chelsea cut after late show

Chelsea are 6/4 for the Barclays Premier League title with Sky Bet after their last-gasp win against Everton on Saturday.

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Frank Lampard and John Terry celebrate after Chelsea's winner

Frank Lampard and John Terry celebrate after Chelsea's winner

Chelsea are 11/8 for the Barclays Premier League title with Sky Bet after their last-gasp win against Everton on Saturday.

John Terry was credited with the winning goal that came in the third minute of added time and secured a 1-0 win for Jose Mourinho's team.

The Blues were cut for the league title after overcoming a credible opponent, while Arsenal and Manchester City also collected three points from easier assignments.

Arsenal are a point behind Chelsea in second after they beat Sunderland 4-1 at the Emirates thanks to goals from Olivier Giroud (2), Laurent Koscielny and Tomas Rosicky.

The Gunners are 8/1 for the Premier League with Sky Bet, despite remaining two points ahead of third-placed Manchester City.

City have a game in hand on the top two but they only scraped to a 1-0 victory at the Etihad, Yaya Toure's 70th-minute strike ensuring the three points over Stoke.

Manuel Pellegrini's team remain favourites for the league, with Sky Bet offering 13/10.

Liverpool are 9/1 ahead of their home match with Swansea on Sunday.

At the other end of the table, Cardiff were cut to 1/3 to go down following a 4-0 home defeat to Hull City.


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