IT was another great day for Man United who have been cut to 4-6 by Ladbrokes to win the title after their 5-0 thrashing of Birmingham City.
Arsenal are 5-2 after climbing into second by beating Wigan at the Emirates with Man City the main losers as they drifted from 8-1 to 9-1 after defeat at Aston Villa. Chelsea, who face Bolton tomorrow night, are also 9-1.
Aston Villa debut hero Darren Bent has been cut from 25-1 to 16-1 to be the Premier League's top scorer by William Hill who now make hat-trick king Dimitar Berbatov evens favourite ahead of 11-4 Carlos Tevez.
Meanwhile, it could be better late than never for Blackburn today after Santa arrived back at Ewood Park.
Roque Santa Cruz enjoyed a magnificent first spell with Rovers before a disappointing time with Man City.
His arrival should be a further boost to boss Steve Kean after he was named permanent replacement to Sam Allardyce and handed a contract until 2013.
Blackburn remain strong at home with a 3-1 victory over Liverpool proof of that. With Santa Cruz in the line-up I reckon they'll be too strong for a West Brom side who had been in the mire until last week's win against Blackpool.
Rovers are a biggest 13-10 with Chandler while Santa Cruz is 6-1 at Blue Square to score first and 15-8 with bet365 to net at any time.
West Brom are 5-2 with boylesports and Chandler while the draw pays 12-5 at Betfred. Peter Odemwingie netted two against Blackpool after getting his head sorted and he is 7-1 with Paddy Power to bag the opener.
The other Sunday game sees Championship leaders take on Coventry at home and they look sure to win. Rangers have strengthened by bringing in experienced trio Ishmael Miller, Pascal Chimbonda and Wayne Routledge as Neil Warnock attempts a big push towards promotion.
Coventry have been struggling with only one win in six but could welcome back hitman Marlon King.
Santa Cruz to score