We have provided a Spurs Premier League title win odds update, following their brace of defeats over the past seven days, coupled up with injury setbacks for James Maddison and Micky van de Ven.
Ange Postocoglu's first genuine ‘week from hell' at the Spurs helm began with a Monday night 4-1 thrashing at home to Chelsea, which saw both of those players go off injured, while Cristian Romero and Destiny Udogie were dismissed. And the ill-effects manifested themselves in Saturday's lunchtime kickoff, as Spurs saw three points become zero in stoppage time at Molineux.
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In his pre-game press conference ahead of the Wolves defeat, Ange Posetcoglou revealed that Maddison and Van de Ven will be ruled out until the new year after their respective injuries suffered against Chelsea.
Both had been pivotal in keeping Spurs at the top of the table going into November, as Maddison has three goals and five assists in the PL, while Van de Ven had played 90 minutes in every match prior, keeping four clean sheets.
As if that wasn't enough, Manchester City were the only top-five team to win last weekend, which only compounds the sense of an opportunity missed for Spurs after Wolves' fightback.
Very soon, the question might be whether Spurs can even finish in the top-four, let alone win a maiden PL title. But for now, they remain in the title frame going into the November international break.
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Manchester City (4/9)
The Sky Blues won the coveted treble last season, and still look hungry as ever to add another title to their growing trophy cabinet. An expected win away at Chelsea on Sunday would doubtless shorten their odds further.
Arsenal are fairly distant outsiders to take the title away from City, despite being second-favourites. The Gunners took them almost all the way last term, but fell at the final hurdle.
The defeat at Newcastle was their first in the PL this campaign, and despite sitting in fourth place in the table at the moment, they are only three points off of the top.
Historically, Liverpool have been City's closest challengers over the last few years, and even pipped them to the title in 2019/20. They prevented City from winning six in a row, and are only three points off of the pace this campaign.
Differently to City and Arsenal, Liverpool are also competing in the UEFA Europa League this season instead of the Champions League, and so can afford to rotate their squad to keep them fresh for the PL.
Tottenham Hotspur (18/1)
Spurs have been in very few title races in the PL era, and perhaps their latest odds reflect that. Yet, Spurs have no European football to contend with this season, so this could yet play to the Lilywhites' advantage.