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Man City Slashed to 2-1 Odds to Win Premier League 2011 – 2012 Outright

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Sep/03/2011

Man City has seen its odds to win the 2011 – 2012 Premier League dip from 3/1 to 2/1 this past month at 888Sport.com.  Man City was tied with Manchester United for the most number of points at 9. 

Manchester City enjoyed a dominant 5-1 win over Tottenham at White Hart Lane over the weekend. 

The €27 million signing of Edin Dzeko appeared to be paying off with his 4 goals during the Tottenham game.  He has scored a total of 6 this season.  888.com has him nearly favored as the top goalscorer this year at  7/2.

Bosnia's Zeljeznicar boss Amar Osim gave Dzeko his senior debut and offered this to the Manchester Evening News

"Dzeko is a player who depends on those around him, so he needed time to adjust.

“He’s not an individual player who will dribble past five players like Lionel Messi. He is a team player.

“Roberto Mancini always knew what Dzeko was capable of, and the fans are starting to see that now as well.”

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Premier League table
Sunday, 28 August 2011 17:54 UK

 

 

 

P

GD

PTS

1

Man Utd

3

10

9

2

Man City

3

9

9

3

Liverpool

3

4

7

4

Chelsea

3

3

7


5

Wolves

3

3

7

                   

6

Newcastle

3

2

7

                   

7

Aston Villa

3

2

5

                   

8

Wigan

3

2

5

                   

9

Stoke

3

1

5

                   

10

Bolton

3

1

3

                   

11

Everton

2

0

3

                   

12

QPR

3

-5

3

                   

13

Sunderland

3

-1

2

                   

14

Norwich

3

-2

2

                   

15

Swansea

3

-4

2

                   

16

Fulham

3

-3

1

                   

17

Arsenal

3

-8

1

                   

18

West Brom

3

-3

0

                   

19

Blackburn

3

-4

0

                   

20

Tottenham

2

-7

0

                   

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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