Pep Guardiola's in-form Manchester City have been cut to 14/1 from 33/1 to win the Premier League by 10 or more points following Arsenal's defeat to Brighton.
Previously trailing leaders Arsenal by a margin of eight points at the top of the Premier League, Manchester City are now four points clear with a game in hand.
Having been in the box seat to clinch their first Premier League title since the Invincibles in 2004, Arsenal have faltered in recent weeks, drawing three matches in a row against Liverpool, West Ham and Southampton, since being humbled at the Etihad by Man City before Brighton turned up at the Emirates and put three past Mikel Arteta's side.
The dropped points opened the door for City to march in and steal a third consecutive title, with Guardiola's charges appearing to have hit peak form at the perfect time having won 11 consecutive matches in the Premier League and reached the semi-finals of the Champions League and final of the FA Cup.
bet365’s Steve Freeth said: “Man City are in such scintillating form and if Arsenal continue to wobble, City could yet win the title by another double figure margin.”
Below are the latest odds for Man City's Winning Margin of this year's Premier League:
Odds of Evs for City to scoop the title by 7-9 points look appetising at present given the Citizens' imperious form; should Guardiola's side pick up maximum points from their remaining games, and Arsenal take either four or six points from their final two games (Nottingham Forest away, Wolves at home), City will win the title by that winning margin.
However, City's run-in isn't the easiest, with trips to Brighton and Brentford after hosting Chelsea, while juggling the Champions League and FA Cup, and a winning margin of 4-6 points therefore also looks to be viable, priced up at 6/5.
|Chelsea (h)||21st May|
|Brighton (a)||24th May|
|Brentford (a)||28th May|