Sporting Index traders have installed Manchester United as favorites in their Premier League point spread market. Sir Alex Ferguson's side have a spread of 80-81.5 and buyers may be interested to hear that they finished at 80 points in 2010/11. The Red Devils have been busy in the transfer window and scattered players will keep an eye on David De Gea's start in goal.

Chelsea are second favorites and are available at 78-79.5 after getting 71 points last year. The Blues' scattered supporters will be shocked by the news of Michael Essien's knee injury, which will exclude the midfielder for six months. Elsewhere, Arsenal have faced ongoing transfer speculation surrounding Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabergas with buyers of Arsenal's points spread at 72.5, waiting to see the result before they play. The new signing, Gervinho, grabbed a sling on his first outing to the club, and it has given scattered sellers of their 71 points something to think about.

Any spread buyer of Liverpool's 69-70.5 points is hoping for a better start than last year under Roy Hodgson. The Reds improved dramatically as Kenny Dalglish took over as manager and scattered buyers will look for the side to continue in a similar way. Dalglish has added the services of Charlie Adam, Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson and it may cause sellers of the club to worry a bit.

After Manchester City claimed the last Champions League place, scattered buyers of their 76 points expect Roberto Mancini's team to push on again this year. Carlos Tevez, who finished as the top scorer in the league, intends to leave the club and it will be well received by those who want to sell their points to 74.5.

Tottenham secured a Europa League place after completing four points over Liverpool, and anyone who buys Spurs' point spread of 61.5-63 will be desperate for the club to hold on to Luka Modric. Croatia have become an invaluable asset and sellers of their point spread would be delighted to see the midfield leave White Hart Lane.

David Moyes' outfit finished just four points behind their City rivals and outside of Europe, but buyers of their points spread at 53.5-55 will expect it will not be an advantage not to have to balance both next season. Money is tight again at Goodison Park and given that there have been no significant signings, spread sellers of their score of 53.5 would argue that the campaign will be a tough one for such a small group.

At the other end of the table, the three new pages will be the hot topic. West Ham finished at the bottom with 33 points in the previous campaign, and scattered players who sold one of the newly promoted sides' points totals are hoping for a similar sum at the end of May. https://www.livescorebkk.com/%e0%b8%82%e0%b9%88%e0%b8%b2%e0%b8%a7%e0%b8%...

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Tottenham secured a Europa League place after completing four points over Liverpool, and anyone who buys Spurs' point spread of 61.5-63 will be desperate for the club to hold on to Luka Modric. Croatia have become an invaluable asset and sellers of their point spread would be delighted to see the midfield leave White Hart Lane.