Premier League round-up
Manchester United are slight favourites to win their match against Chelsea, with William Hill making the Reds 6/4 with Chelsea 11/5 and the draw 21/10.
Across the two games between Chelsea and Manchester United last season, there were three red cards and William Hill offer 2/1 that there is a red card in the match (4/11 that there is not).
Chelsea's manager, Jose Mourinho, is also famed for his impassioned sermons from the touchline and it is 20/1 that he is sent to the stands during Monday evening's match.
"This is the first title clash of the season and there is every chance that things could boil over as they so often do when Chelsea and United meet up," said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
There has been much speculation this summer as to the future of Wayne Rooney, but David Moyes says he has no problem in playing the wantaway striker, who is 8/1 to score the opening goal of the game and 11/4 to score anytime.
With both managers still new in their roles, David Moyes is 8/11 to have left Manchester United before Mourinho leaves Chelsea (Even money vice versa).
William Hill odds:
Mourinho sent to the stands tomorrow 20/1
Red card in the match?
Who will go first?
Match Odds: 6/4 Manchester United; 11/5 Chelsea; 21/10 draw
Manchester City have drifted to 9/4 to win the Premier League at William Hill after their shock defeat to Cardiff.
Chelsea now top the betting at the top of the table at 2/1 with Manchester United 5/2.
At the bottom of the table, Crystal Palace are in danger of being cut adrift already this season and they are 1/3 to finish in the bottom three. Hull are 8/11 with Cardiff rounding off the top three in the betting at 15/8.
After their victory against Swansea, Tottenham are 5/4 for a top four finish and 16/1 to win the Premier League.
Premier League winner: 2/1 Chelsea; 9/4 Manchester City; 5/2 Manchester United; 14/1 Arsenal; 16/1 Tottenham; 20/1 Liverpool; 400/1 BAR
Top four finish: 1/16 Chelsea; 1/12 Manchester City; 1/10 Manchester United; 1/1 Arsenal; 5/4 Tottenham; 7/4 Liverpool; 20/1 BAR
Premier League relegation: 1/3 Crystal Palace; 8/11Hull; 15/8 Cardiff; 3/1 Norwich; 3/1 Stoke; 10/3 Sunderland; 7/2 Newcastle; 11/2 West Brom; 13/2 BAR
Joe Hart to start England's next match against Moldova: 1/10 yes; 11/2 no