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Tuesday, 20 November, 2018

League leaders cap costly day for the bookies

Spurs got punters off to perfect start

Marcos Alonso of Chelsea celebrates scoring his sides third goal against Bournemouth
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Premier League leaders Chelsea kept the chasing pack at bay with a 3-1 win at Bournemouth and the Blues’ victory sealed a profitable day for punters in the top flight.

Home bankers Tottenham kicked off the weekend with a 4-0 win over Watford before 2-9 shots Manchester City eased past Hull 3-1. Spurs are 10-1 to pip 1-14 Chelsea to the title while the Citizens are 125-1.

There were more winning favourites in the shape of Liverpool, 2-1 victors at Stoke, Southampton – 1-0 winners at West Brom – and West Ham, who won their crunch clash with Swansea thanks to a goal from Cheikhou Kouyate.

The only fixture that failed to produce a winner was Middlesbrough’s home game against Burnley but the goalless draw wasn’t a major shock – no goalscorer had been as short as 5-1 before kick-off.

Boro are just 1-14 to be playing in the Sky Bet Championship next season with Sunderland, who face Manchester United today, 1-80 for relegation.

Swansea are 11-10 for the drop with Hull 11-8 and Crystal Palace, who host Arsenal on Monday, 6-1.

Newcastle’s 2-1 defeat at Sheffield Wednesday leaves Brighton two points clear at the top of the Championship.

The only fixture that failed to produce a winner was Middlesbrough’s home game against Burnley but the goalless draw wasn’t a major shock
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