LIVERPOOL proved Anfield is still a fortress and Rangers edged closer to ending 10 in a row on a busy Sunday.
Leicester were tipped by many to win but fell well short while Rangers hammered Aberdeen 4-0 to move 11 points clear of Celtic and that's a significant lead.
Spurs now lead Liverpool at the top on goal difference but the Reds look the team to beat as they continue to win without key players while the transfer window draws ever nearer.
Liverpool have been cut by Coral to 7-5 (from 7-4) to win the Premier League with Manchester City out to 11-4. Spurs are 5-1, Chelsea 11-2 and Leicester way out to 33-1 with Manchester United.
Considering the players they have out it was a superb display by Liverpool as they made it a club-record 64 unbeaten at home and they certainly look the side to beat.
Man United are out to 15-8 with Coral to finish in the top four with the firm making Liverpool, Manchester City (both 1-16), Chelsea (4-9) and Tottenham (1-2) all odds on for a Champions League spot. Leicester are out to 3-1 while Arsenal are 9-2.
Celtic have two games in hand on Rangers but could be 14 behind by the time they next play and the way Steven Gerrard's men are performing I wouldn't back against them. Rangers are no bigger than 2-7 with Celtic out to 11-4 at bet365.
Well done to all the winners on Sunday including SlipsTips with another BetBuilder success this time on Napoli vs AC Milan and two out of three on the Rangers game with a 5-2 winner.
My Super Single had one Rangers goal too many and my both to score treble was a couple of short.
On Monday we have another two Premier League games – Burnley vs Crystal Palace and Wolves vs Southampton.
Elsewhere it's Athletic Bilbao vs Real Betis in La Liga and some lower-league games to look at.
Bookings have been tipped on the site at Burnley and I can see why while most expect goals at Bilbao.
I don't have strong feelings on any of three matches but can see Palace and Southampton avoiding defeat. Burnley have taken just two points from 21 on a horror run while Saints have won six out of seven although miss top scorer Danny Ings against a Wolves side clearly missing the genius of Diogo Jota.