Chelsea edged to within two games of winning the league after a nil-all draw at Arsenal today.
In a classic Mourinho-era performance, the Blues were content to allow their opponents possession while restricting chances to a minimum. The 0-0 final score was backed at [12.0].
Chelsea have five games left in their Premier League campaign and a 10 point margin over Manchester City and Arsenal. A victory at Leicester in midweek will leave Chelsea just one win from sealing the title. They can no longer be backed in the Premier League winner market, in which they have traded at a high of [4.4]. The lowest price traded on any other team over the course of the season was Manchester City at [2.46].
There was far more entertainment in the early kickoff at Goodison Park where Everton pulled off a memorable defeat of Manchester United, scoring three times without reply to pull off an against-the-odds win. The 3-0 final score, achieved via goals from James McCarthy, John Stones and Kevin Mirallas, was backed at [120.0].