Spurs Odds and Percentages Thread

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Well after last night's result the title chances are now Chelsea 92.2%, us 7.8%. Winning tonight probably wouldn't even shift them in our favour by more than about 0.5% unfortunately.
 
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Should also mention, we're being given about 63% chance of winning tonight, and Chelsea are being given about 52% chance of not beating Everton on Sunday. And of course, we need both of those happen (~33% chance) to stand any chance of the title. So I make it about a two-thirds chance that come Sunday night, we can forget about the title.

(Not trying to be pessimistic, just objective!)
 

Blanchflower

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Sky Bet odds for 17/18 PL

City - 9/4
Utd - 11/4
Chelsea - 3/1
Spurs - 9/1
Liverpool - 11/1
Scum - 14/1

Paddy Power and Betway have the Scousers at lower odds than us
 
Resurrecting this thread for this season. Obviously it's not that interesting this early on, but later on in the season it'll be interesting to look back on to see how things change. Read the first post in the thread if you want to see where this all comes from.

Premier League Winners: Man City 50.6%, Man Utd 24.1%, Chelsea 14.5%, Tottenham 5.1%, Liverpool 3.1%, Woolwich 2.4%
Premier League Top 4: Man City 95.7%, Man Utd 94.3%, Chelsea 76.0%, Tottenham 56.2%, Liverpool 46.5%, Woolwich 35.5%
Premier League Top Scorer: Kane 24.1%, Lukaku 23.0%, Aguero 17.6%, Morata 11.6%, Jesus 7.0%, Lacazette 5.4%
Champions League Winners: Real Madrid 17.7%, PSG and Bayern Munich both 13.3%, Barcelona 12.7%, Man City 9.5%, Man Utd 6.2%, Juventus 5.2%, Atletico Madrid 5.1%, Chelsea 4.9%, Napoli 2.7%, Tottenham 2.6%, Liverpool 2.3%, Woolwich 0.0%
FA Cup Winners: Man City 14.5%, Chelsea 13.4%, Man Utd 12.9%, Tottenham 9.9%, Liverpool and Woolwich both 9.3%, Everton 4.4%
League Cup Winners: Man City 20.6%, Man Utd 17.2%, Chelsea 14.4%, Woolwich 10.9%, Tottenham 10.6%, Leicester 5.6%

I'd like to be able to give chances for things like qualifying from our Champions League group or reaching the Champions League quarter-finals too, but the markets for those aren't active enough yet.
 

paddygspur

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Resurrecting this thread for this season. Obviously it's not that interesting this early on, but later on in the season it'll be interesting to look back on to see how things change. Read the first post in the thread if you want to see where this all comes from.

Premier League Winners: Man City 50.6%, Man Utd 24.1%, Chelsea 14.5%, Tottenham 5.1%, Liverpool 3.1%, Woolwich 2.4%
Premier League Top 4: Man City 95.7%, Man Utd 94.3%, Chelsea 76.0%, Tottenham 56.2%, Liverpool 46.5%, Woolwich 35.5%
Premier League Top Scorer: Kane 24.1%, Lukaku 23.0%, Aguero 17.6%, Morata 11.6%, Jesus 7.0%, Lacazette 5.4%
Champions League Winners: Real Madrid 17.7%, PSG and Bayern Munich both 13.3%, Barcelona 12.7%, Man City 9.5%, Man Utd 6.2%, Juventus 5.2%, Atletico Madrid 5.1%, Chelsea 4.9%, Napoli 2.7%, Tottenham 2.6%, Liverpool 2.3%, Woolwich 0.0%
FA Cup Winners: Man City 14.5%, Chelsea 13.4%, Man Utd 12.9%, Tottenham 9.9%, Liverpool and Woolwich both 9.3%, Everton 4.4%
League Cup Winners: Man City 20.6%, Man Utd 17.2%, Chelsea 14.4%, Woolwich 10.9%, Tottenham 10.6%, Leicester 5.6%

I'd like to be able to give chances for things like qualifying from our Champions League group or reaching the Champions League quarter-finals too, but the markets for those aren't active enough yet.
Bayern price must of drifted after tonight
 
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Resurrecting this thread for this season. Obviously it's not that interesting this early on, but later on in the season it'll be interesting to look back on to see how things change. Read the first post in the thread if you want to see where this all comes from.

Premier League Winners: Man City 50.6%, Man Utd 24.1%, Chelsea 14.5%, Tottenham 5.1%, Liverpool 3.1%, Woolwich 2.4%
Premier League Top 4: Man City 95.7%, Man Utd 94.3%, Chelsea 76.0%, Tottenham 56.2%, Liverpool 46.5%, Woolwich 35.5%
Premier League Top Scorer: Kane 24.1%, Lukaku 23.0%, Aguero 17.6%, Morata 11.6%, Jesus 7.0%, Lacazette 5.4%
Champions League Winners: Real Madrid 17.7%, PSG and Bayern Munich both 13.3%, Barcelona 12.7%, Man City 9.5%, Man Utd 6.2%, Juventus 5.2%, Atletico Madrid 5.1%, Chelsea 4.9%, Napoli 2.7%, Tottenham 2.6%, Liverpool 2.3%, Woolwich 0.0%
FA Cup Winners: Man City 14.5%, Chelsea 13.4%, Man Utd 12.9%, Tottenham 9.9%, Liverpool and Woolwich both 9.3%, Everton 4.4%
League Cup Winners: Man City 20.6%, Man Utd 17.2%, Chelsea 14.4%, Woolwich 10.9%, Tottenham 10.6%, Leicester 5.6%

I'd like to be able to give chances for things like qualifying from our Champions League group or reaching the Champions League quarter-finals too, but the markets for those aren't active enough yet.
Not saying we'll win them, but objectively speaking we're probably decent value as dark horses for both the CL and PL. Also took United at very long odds for the PL at the start of the season. I'm amazed that bookies still think they have less than half of a chance against City.
 

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paddygspur

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alexwooty alexwooty what's the price on a Spurs league cl double.

It's probably academic as I'd have self combusted in the excitement and wouldn't be able to collect my money.

Do winning betting slips still stand and pass to your estate in the event of death
 
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