Tottenham’s title odds tumble following stunning City win
Tottenham Hotspur’s Premier League odds have tumbled following their excellent win over Manchester City.
Spurs’ superb 2-0 win inflicted the first defeat of Pep Guardiola’s City reign, and in turn saw stakes flying in on the White Hart Lane outfit to claim this season’s title.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men went into the weekend as 20/1 shots, but those odds have more than halved into 15/2.
Following a relatively quiet summer in the transfer market, few were genuinely tipping up Spurs as genuine title contenders, but they must be seriously respected now.
A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “Tottenham laid down a true marker of their title ambitions in their defeat of Manchester City, and Spurs fans will be fully justified in believing that this year could finally be their year.”
Finally it’s 8000/1 Tottenham win the lot this year and bag a quadruple.
Ladbrokes latest betting
Tottenham Season specials
*Tottenham to reach a major Cup final – 5/6
Tottenham to remain unbeaten in the Premier League for 2016 – 14/1
*Tottenham to win 2 or more trophies this season – 20/1
Tottenham to win the Premier League & the Emirates FA Cup – 80/1
Tottenham to go unbeaten in the 2016-17 Premier League season – 200/1
Tottenham to win the Premier League & Champions League – 300/1
Tottenham to win the Premier League, Champions League and Emirates FA Cup – 2750/1
*Does not include Europa League
Tottenham trophy odds:
Premier League – 9/1
Emirates FA Cup – 9/1
League Cup – 10/1
Champions League – 40/1
Premier League & Emirates FA Cup – 80/1
Premier League & League Cup – 80/1
FA Cup & League Cup – 100/1
Premier League & Champions League – 300/1
FA Cup & Champions League – 350/1
League Cup & Champions League – 375/1
Premier League, FA Cup & League Cup – 750/1
Premier League, FA Cup & Champions League – 2750/1
FA Cup, League Cup & Champions League – 3000/1
Premier League, League Cup & Champions League – 3000/1
Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup & Champions League – 8000/1
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing