Tue, Aug 29, 9:25am by Head Editor
Anfield was rocking on Sunday as Liverpool continued their unbeaten run to the season with a 4-0 win over fellow title contender Arsenal.
Brazilian Roberto Firmino opened the scoring in the 17th minute, before Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Daniel Sturridge piled on the pain for Arsene Wenger and his charges, who eventually lost 4-0.
Huddersfield continued their dream start to the campaign by collecting another crucial point against Southampton. The 0-0 draw moves the Terriers unbeaten run to three, but hasn’t affected their quote, which remains at $501.
The team setting the pace is Manchester United, who made it three wins from as many starts, with a 2-0 win over Leicester. They remain second favourite at $3.10. The Red Devils have not conceded a goal yet, and have an astounding goal difference of ten.
Their cross-town neighbours remain top pick, moving in from $2.37 to $2.20 following their last-gasp win over Bournemouth. A goal from Raheem Sterling in the seventh minute of stoppage time earned them a dramatic 2-1 win.
Chelsea’s quote also shortened marginally, from $5.50 to $5. The Blues took all three points from their match with Everton after both Cesc Fabregas and Alvaro Morata netted in the first half.
Everton slid down to 12th on the table following their first loss of the season, and their quote also slid, out from $51 to $81.
Tottenham remain a $9.50 shot after dropping more points against Burnley. New Zealand international Chris Wood scored a stoppage-time equaliser, which denied the Spurs all three points.
Man City $2.20
Man Utd $3.10
West Ham $226
West Brom $501
Crystal Palace $501
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