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MAN UNITED are 2-1 favourites to win next season's Premier League title with William Hill – and 4-1 to do so by beating Chelsea into second place.

Hills make Chelsea 9-4 second favourites for the 2011-12 title and also offer 7-2 Man City, 5-1 Arsenal, 12-1 Liverpool, 33-1 Spurs and 150-1 Everton and Villa.

Spokesman Graham Sharpe said: “The early gamble has seen Liverpool backed down from 33-1 for the title since Kenny Dalglish was appointed but their defeat by Spurs may slow down the rush to back them.”

With Arsenal losing at home to Villa, Hills make Arsene Wenger a 4-1 chance to be gone before the start of next season and skipper Cesc Fabregas 5-6 to have left by then.

Sharpe added: “Arsene will not have enjoyed the boos at the end of the game and it has been yet another barren season for the Gunners who now have it all to do to finish third in the table.”

Hills make Arsenal 2-5 to win nothing again next season and Man City are 8-13 to finish third this season ahead of  6-5 Arsenal.

West Ham are 7-1 with Hills to win the Championship next season and 2-1 to come straight back up.

Blackpool, who travel to Old Trafford for the final day on Sunday, are 2-7 favourites to join them in the Championship.

Hills also expect Birmingham and Wigan to fight it out for the other drop spot. Both are 8-13 to go down and 6-5 to stay up.

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