|ODDS TO BE RELEGATED|
|Nov 8||30 Sept||17 Aug|
Interestingly despite the fact we've not won all season, our odds have remained relatively static over the past six weeks. While at 8/11 we're still odds on to be relegated, we're not the favourites as that title is held by Southampton, who are 4/9.
Those are the only two who are odds on to go down and bizarrely bottom placed QPR are still 9/5 to go down. I've got to think that's worth a punt, with a tenner netting you £18 in profit. Norwich are 7/5, with their odds having drifted out after two recent wins while Aston Villa have come in to 5/2 despite a win at Sunderland. Wigan's odds have also lengthened to 100/30 while Swansea are now 5/1 having started the year 2/1.
If you fancy betting on Reading to survive, odds of 6/5 isn't a bad one to go on as a win on Saturday and 'easier' fixtures against Villa and Wigan giving the Royals the chance to make their survival prospects look a lot more rosy.
At The Top
Manchester United are the current favourites with odds of 5/4. Manchester City are a best price of 11/5 to retain their title while Chelsea are 100/300.
Reading are now 50/1 with Bet Victor to finish inside the top half this season.
If you fancy the Pog to go on some amazing goal scoring spree he's now 200/1 to end the season as the Premier League's top goalscorer. Jason Roberts is out at 500/1 as is Noel Hunt.
Robin van Persie leads the betting at 7/4, with Luis Suarez at 13/2 and Sergio Aguero level with Fernando Torres at 14/1.
The Sack Race
Nigel Adkins is the overwhelming favourite to be the next manager to leave his post at odds of just 4/9 with Skybet. QPR manager mark Hughes is at 4/1 followed by Roberto Mancini at 16/1.
Brian McDermott is as high as 40/1 and as low as 33/1 to be the next manager to leave his job.